My buddy and I got out to a new site today in Northern Virginia and I took the Deus II on her maiden hunt; the Deus II-did not disappoint. We stumbled into a colonial house site, bricks and broken glass in heavy iron everywhere. I finished after about 5.1/2 hours today with a nice General Service Coat Button with stand up shank at about 4-6 inches, rang up 79-80 using the General Program. The two flat buttons rang up 72-74-same as shot gun shells. The blob of melted lead rang up as 70-80 same as the GS Eagle Button. The surprise find of the day was a Regimental hat letter B at about 6 inches down in heavy iron. I almost didn’t dig it as it ID as 65 and figured it was another shot gun shell; was i pleasantly surprised. Ironically I dug a Regimental hat letter A 3 years ago in PA.The partial pewter spoon was also a surprise. Now where are the large cents and Spanish Silver! 🤣🤪😆 we’re going back next Saturday to see what wise we can find. Boy the Deus sure love the brass! Happy Deus Digging!