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Back to same park and one I hunted a lot for a dime trifecta today.

Mark kus

Well-known member
I started the day at an old park near a a beach where lots of coins have come from working with my manticore in general recovery at 7 lots of trash especially near the amusement area.
I was finding a lot of clad and then a nice dime signal which was a 1960 Rosie I spent about a hour until I went into the area where the old mini golf area is and had another great dime signal near a tree which ended up under a root!
It was worth digging as it was the 1911 barber dime!
After that hunt I was back at the park near my home which I started digging some wheats some clad then a 1941 mercury dime then two silver Rosie’s and the silver Washington 1956 end the day at about 3 6 silver day new truck seems to be good luck used the manticore all day


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Thats a good haul of coins!!!! Just have to love the Barber era, but makes you wonder how many other folks missed it. Good job recovering!!!!
Awesome trifecta! Maybe I need to buy a truck 🛻 for good luck? 🤔 🤣😂
Nice Job on sniffing out the silver! Sounds like that Manticore does really well in iron.
Do you notice the little added weight over the D2 or is it balanced pretty well?
Hi Dave for me I notice a little bit more weight over the Deus but not enough to bother my elbow.
It is very good in the iron you just have to listen to the target and circle it I attribute a lot of my success
to river hunting where homes once stood wiped out by the hurricane of 1938 there is so much iron its
hard to ever get a solid signal but the finds there continue to be good but they are more masked than
when I first hunted there coins were everywhere on the surface.