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Finally A Little Silver With The New Pro

Old Longhair

Crazy Ol' Foole
Staff member
I did something that I rarely do anymore, and I hit a small local park where they were tearing out the old ball diamond to put in some newfangled bike thing. Dug an old varsity Baseball pin, a bunch of copper Memorials, 6 Wheats, a '46 Nickel, and a '50 Rosie. Oddly, three of the six Wheats I dug were '56s.

Nice finds! Glad you seized the opportunity when they pulled out the old ball diamond.
So which coil did you use on the tear out??
I still had the Coiltek NOX-15 on it from the field hunts. Ran in 5kHz, All Metal, All Tones, Recovery 2, Tracking ON.
When I encounter jumpy mid to low tones that sound like maybe they're something worthwhile, I switch to 15kHz to see if it settles down. If it does, I dig it. If it doesn't, there's a good chance I'll pass on it.