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Confederate camp finds

Confetrit

Well-known member
2Much, that is Just Too Much. Sorry, I couldn't resist. That is some great finds and saves on our Confetrit History you dug in the camp. That site has given up some nice relics. Stay at it. There's bound to be more from where these Relics came from. Well Done.
 

laplander

Moderator
Staff member
That's a pile of targets well done! What state are these from? I like the fired bullets they hit square and hard.
HH Jeff
 
Been working a Confederate campsite a couple of times a month for the past several months. Some of this I’ve already posted but thought i would put it all together up through the last hunt from the other day and show you guys
Thanks for looking.
Nice finds Bill! When ya gonna take me down to Berkeley P so I can give the Deus a try...lol.
 

samuelgbrannan

New member
how did you identify the Confederate site? not looking for site info, but how you did your research if you can tell me without giving up the location. I have been using old CW maps of Georgia but getting exact locations on current Google earth position is difficult around Atlanta. On the old CW maps around Atlanta you have only the creeks and maybe one or two roads to go by and often no scales on the old CW maps. Some have scales and some don't.
 
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