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Removing Harmful Lead From the River

ironman200081

Active member
The fields are still full of crops, so the river is the place to go for relics. This spot was the site of three skirmishes and a long-term Yankee camp. This hunt was from a few weeks ago when it was hot as Scarlet Johansson eating an ice cream cone on a pony. It was 99 degrees with a heat index of 110! I managed to rescue some Civil War lead from polluting the environment.

[video]https://youtu.be/GjyZzXn_M-8[/video]
 

Cajuncoinhunter

Moderator
Good finds Ironman
 

Confetrit

Well-known member
Nice finds there Ironman. You really protected the river and the environment with the removal of all that CW lead. Well Done. Is that a face carved into the lead on the piece pictured on the top row far right? Nice assortment of CW bullets.
 

ironman200081

Active member
Ha! It does look like a face, but it is actually a more modern lead fishing weight.
 
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