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A very successful coin pattern

Elmy

Well-known member
That is all for me folks...shutting down the computer and turning on the detector....
I may learn something .... anyway...time to hit the dirt swinging !

E L M Y

The 1-10 pattern. WHY the name ?.... it looks like 1 10 on the etrac screen.
Tight pattern...not to much trash... most iron disc'd out...a beep and dig program.
Even a one way signal can be a coin with this pattern... it is that tight on the coin
windows. A cherry picking program, not quite, I have pulled many coins while testing
this pattern. Listen to the sounds of coins to learn the tones of the etrac while still
coming home with keepers. Those with test gardens , load it up and give it a shot. It
will hit a 10 inch dime and give a 46 co target id. Deep wheat cent signals can turn up
2 cents...mercs and even worn seated dimes "Grey line disc" and dig all the deep ones.

Run it with "smooth search mode" and use the "grey line disc" and it may bury your depth guage!

Now the patterns and setting I use with it....FOR HEAD PHONES TURN THE AUDIO VOLUME LIMIT DOWN!
This is setup for not using headphones...if you don't change it, it will blow your ears out !

1 10 pattern

1-10 Pattern.jpg







1 10 pattern...."The settings"

1-10 pattern settings.jpg
 

cw3

Member
Thank you very much for posting this Elmy. I'm taking in all your information, when I get the time to use it is the issue. I love coin hunting but the recovery calls are what allow me to own top of the line detectors.

Tuesday

Thursday - This call on Thursday I did not get to sleep Friday morning at 2:00 am and back up at 6:00 am to work 10.5 hours Friday.


I've had 17 calls since July 4 and working on #18 now.

Admin if the links are not allowed delete them.

Thanks
Clare
 

Elmy

Well-known member
Thank you very much for posting this Elmy. I'm taking in all your information, when I get the time to use it is the issue.

Tuesday

Thursday - This call on Thursday I did not get to sleep Friday morning at 2:00 am and back up at 6:00 am to work 10.5 hours Friday.

I've had 17 calls since July 4 and working on #18 now.

Admin if the links are not allowed delete them.

Thanks
Clare
throw me a few likes so I know you are interested in the posts...I never really know if people are interested.
 

cw3

Member
Ok, will do just figured out we had a like button. Never knew it was there.
 

cw3

Member
I am very curious on this pattern. When I use the Bill S. trashy park pattern I loose 1 inch in depth.
 

Elmy

Well-known member
Thank you very much for posting this Elmy. I'm taking in all your information, when I get the time to use it is the issue. I love coin hunting but the recovery calls are what allow me to own top of the line detectors.

Tuesday

Thursday - This call on Thursday I did not get to sleep Friday morning at 2:00 am and back up at 6:00 am to work 10.5 hours Friday.


I've had 17 calls since July 4 and working on #18 now.

Admin if the links are not allowed delete them.

Thanks
Clare
very cool post !
 
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Elmy

Well-known member
I am very curious on this pattern. When I use the Bill S. trashy park pattern I loose 1 inch in depth.
got a test garden ...a friend built one in feburary with a 10 inch silver dime....Nailed it ! also hit a deep indian head penny in the same garden.
 
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Elmy

Well-known member
got a test garden ...a friend built one in February with a 10 inch silver dime....Nailed it !
It is a run and gun pattern that works very well....when you don't have a lot of time to dig iffy .....maybe...might be... a coin. BEEP and DIG !
 

cw3

Member
I do have a test garden. I have a 9 inch mercury dime thats been there a couple years. If i run the Andy S pattern hits with no issues. If I use the Bill S pattern it will just barley hit it. My yard is full of iron also a contractor used to own the house and did burning of construction materials. I had a hard time finding a spot to put a test garden. I will try your pattern this weekend as long as I do not get any more calls. Thanks
 

Elmy

Well-known member
I do have a test garden. I have a 9 inch mercury dime thats been there a couple years. If i run the Andy S pattern hits with no issues. If I use the Bill S pattern it will just barley hit it. My yard is full of iron also a contractor used to own the house and did burning of construction materials. I had a hard time finding a spot to put a test garden. I will try your pattern this weekend as long as I do not get any more calls. Thanks
the 1-10 pattern is a little deeper than bill s ...if it doesn't hit...going to 22 fe on the pattern is as deep as you should go or you start hitting nails.
 

Elmy

Well-known member
I do believe it will hit that 9 inch merc as it is....let us all know...Thanks
 

Elmy

Well-known member
I do believe it will hit that 9 inch merc as it is....let us all know...Thanks
If it doesn't hit it ...I just looked at bills pattern and it has a bottom of 19 fe.....the 1-10 pattern bottoms at 20....in another post I have a post for beginners to find silver....
It is a very easy pattern to copy ...try it.
I do have a test garden. I have a 9 inch mercury dime thats been there a couple years. If i run the Andy S pattern hits with no issues. If I use the Bill S pattern it will just barley hit it. My yard is full of iron also a contractor used to own the house and did burning of construction materials. I had a hard time finding a spot to put a test garden. I will try your pattern this weekend as long as I do not get any more calls. Thanks
if the 1-10 pattern doesn't hit it solid...try the pattern in my post etrac for beginners... pattern for silver
 

Monkeys Uncle

Active member
Used the "similar" pattern and your settings yesterday in an old/often detected park. Too hot (>102 deg.) to hunt very long. Dug 1 zincoln, 2 clad dimes and 1 good condition, 1918 wheatie (y) plus a small, but heavy brass pipe fitting. Unfortunately, park has tons of traffic (young parents w/kids) so lots of foil trash, etc and thus threshold nulls/blanks often. Never encountered a "truly good" target. Still need a better site. :rolleyes:
 

Elmy

Well-known member
Used the "similar" pattern and your settings yesterday in an old/often detected park. Too hot (>102 deg.) to hunt very long. Dug 1 zincoln, 2 clad dimes and 1 good condition, 1918 wheatie (y) plus a small, but heavy brass pipe fitting. Unfortunately, park has tons of traffic (young parents w/kids) so lots of foil trash, etc and thus threshold nulls/blanks often. Never encountered a "truly good" target. Still need a better site. :rolleyes:
wow...just think if you had an open pattern.....keep using it and it will get you there on a better spot to detect.
 

woodbutcher

Member
Elmy, I don't post here much but I read alot. Your threads are really good and informative. Glad to see somone who's willing to put the work in and share the results with others.
 
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