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Todays farm field hunt with my Nox 800!

sasquache

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1700's farm field alot of target my gosh lol but useing some advanced settings the nox ran really nice pulled alot of things including my very first a military belt buckle also a large cent and a 1937 d mercury dime has a blast never been detected and the ground was super dry but still digging 8 too 10 inches down so not sorry I opted for a lighter detector
Today was HOT! Lol but if someone knows the date and type of buckle please feel free to say. Thanks Sas
 

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JimmyCT

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Holy smokes!! I love the Eagle plate!!
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Love that plate!!! All the relics have a story, part of the fun is deciphering their story.
 

Mark kus

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Here’s a killer video I just watched talk about plates in one hunt!!!
 

jim tn

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A great assortment of old targets, hit it early when its a bit cooler. I'm not big into relics, but have found a plate some years ago that looks like yours and mine was Civil War period I was told. And it was found on a period site. Nice patina on yours. HH jim tn
 

hooelo

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1700's farm field alot of target my gosh lol but useing some advanced settings the nox ran really nice pulled alot of things including my very first a military belt buckle also a large cent and a 1937 d mercury dime has a blast never been detected and the ground was super dry but still digging 8 too 10 inches down so not sorry I opted for a lighter detector
Today was HOT! Lol but if someone knows the date and type of buckle please feel free to say. Thanks Sas
Does this plate have any type of attachment on the back? This is the closest match in the buckle book.
 

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