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Classic 111

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Anonymous

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Hello, this is my first time posting, I have been
detecting for about 2 years with a classic 11, and upgraded to a classic 111. From doing a lot of reading on this forum, the classic 111 goes really deep. Can anyone give me any tips on finding deeper coins? Will I get a good solid beep on a deep coin, or will it discriminate out? I am searching in some good spots that I know no one has been to, and I just cannot seem to find the older coins that I know are there. Any help would be appreciated
Thanks
Aaron
 
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Anonymous

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Listen for the fainter sounds , keep disc. lower than when coinshooting for modern , plenty of overlap on coil swings , try adjusting sweep speed , also all-metal is deeper by approx 20% .
If the older stuff is in range , it will find them.
Perseverence is the key.
Good luck and HH
 
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