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Mission accomplished!


Went out today with a mission from the local county to clean 2 beaches from sharp metal objects!

All in the good name of friendly detecting :) Of course I found some good stuff as well.Doing this makes it hopefully easier to get permission, and also doing a good thing
help us detecting people to get a serious reputation.

So I started up the E-trac with 6x8"SEF doing noice cancel. Only to find out I had a very good target coming in at 10-41 under the coil.A small silvercoin from 1910 was recovered from the dirt.Haha..started out pretty good.

Next target was a 09-47 silverring 925 with a Nike symbol. Jippie!!

I was then digging a lot of pull tabs,tent pegs,tubes,cans,and all sorts of junk.

A lot of clads were found and had one older 2 ore 1887 bronze coin. Not very much old stuff,but fun just the same. Had a good time out,and realised once again,that the 6x8" is a fantastic little coil.
Very accurate pinpoint and stable.

Had 35 coins,one silver ring and a Thor hammer in silver.
Good day on a more modern beach.



Sounds like a great hunt! The 6x8 is a great coil,.I love mine and have been using it more often in some of the trashy areas around town.


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Great job cleaning up that beach Mike - that photo of you in mid-air is awesome:clapping:


Thanks! That was one lucky shot. Nailed the jumping image
on the first frame :)
Great day.