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Ring 19 is Tungsten


Picked this up on the same field but different end as the 950 ring I posted earlier. Field and track so crowded that had to stay on edge right next to track. Worked and didn't take long. Came in at 27 and had a higher tone than a pop tab. Rare month for me to find more rings than silver coins.


Ive been running my settings on 16 sensitivity and low trash. I move my coil a little faster than most and when I get a bleep I stop and use PP to get on top of Target then work it in different directions to get best tone and TDI. Most of these targets are going to be at most 3" so at this time do not worry about deeper targets. Recent drops. Even my thin gold rings have been coming in at 18, 19 TDI. Low trash pushes my nickels to 15, 16.


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Clad, when you hunt low trash and see your nickels pushed up the scale, do you also see pulltabs go up in TID?


I do see some move up but only the bulkier ones that I call figure 8 or the newer ones. Most still stay in the 12 to 14 area. Nickels are 14 to 16 and have a solid TID from both directions where a tab will move a number one way or another. Some of the bigger old style circle tabs come in around 29, 30 but will bounce also.