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For all the guys and ( gals ) who have been detecting for a while ( like me almost 30 yrs ) what haven't you found yet.....

Mark ( ohio )

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that you think you should have... ie. Believe it or not I still haven't dug a seated anything !!! I know all about location, location. yada yada yada.. I've hunted many many areas that dated back to 1860's 1870's etc.. Barbers, 2 cent pieces, large cents, indians and so on have made it into my pouch.

What do you think. Continue the discussion.

Mark ( ohio )
I relic hunt and have found many US buckles and boxplates, lots of Confederate and Yankee buttons, bullets. The one thing that has eluded me after 37 years, is a very common Yankee breastplate. My brother has dug a few I saw them come out the hole. Dang it!! I have dug a Confederate shoulder belt plate and a CS tongue though.
I have found a Silver Three-Cent but not a Nickel Three-Cent Piece. The nickel content and small size makes them hard to find.
I've been lucky enough to dig a couple 3 cent nickels but not the 3 cent silver. The 3 cent nickels that I dug VDI'd in the 10-14 range (about the same as a .22 brass) on the DFX and V3i. Best of luck and...
Happy Hunting!
Blind Squirrel