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A much better result !

dirt doctor

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Tonight's 1+1/2 hrs. was much more productive than my last posted hunt .Tonight I ground balanced and the put it in "LOC" rather than let it track on its own .The last hunt I could hear the faint targets disappearing .I also kept my sweeps much closer together than I usually do .I used the 950 concentric coil as I have been on my last few hunts ( I sure like the way that thing pinpoints) . .My best finds of the night were the 1960D silver Roosie , Sac dollar and a junk ring .There was a definite tone difference between the silver and clad dime .The SAC dollar came in as a quarter signal .This is the same spot I have been hunting over and over . Tonight's hunt reassured me that there is still probably some good stuff there .


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Way to go! :clapping: Congratulations on the silver dime! Oh, are't they fun to find! I'm glad to hear that you could hear the difference between the clad and the silver. I love my stock coil too. I have many coils but 99% of the time I use the stock coil. Seeing that old beaver tail pull tab you dug up says there's old coins, etc. there. Thank you for posting your finds. HH, Nancy


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