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very difficult hunt today..

gunwolf

Well-known member
went to a "public easement" basically a street divider in an older part of town... about 10 ft wide and 25 ft long. the soil was so bad the E-trac running in auto+3 would only get up to around 10, I tried manual but the hottest sensitivity I could run in this soil was about 14-15. needless to say it was loaded with clad most 2-4" I did manage a few faint signals and worked them out to get 2 wheats at about 6-7" deep and the G men badge watch fob thing was 10", If anyone has any info on it let me know... my google surfing is horrible...
I almost forgot how much this detector loves dimes! funny though, in this soil they rang up 09/10-44 and the memorials rang up 12-44, the wheats were almost identical at 12-42..
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utmike

Well-known member
There's 2 varieties one pin back and one fob like yours. The site I found says it's believed to be from a mail in, get your prize campaign from Purvis himself. Congrats on a cool find!
 

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MikeO

Moderator
Staff member
Cool FOB. 👍🏻
 

gunwolf

Well-known member
There's 2 varieties one pin back and one fob like yours. The site I found says it's believed to be from a mail in, get your prize campaign from Purvis himself. Congrats on a cool find!
Thanks for the ID! always a half second heartstopper when i see that color in the dirt at the bottom... fun recovery none the less!
 

Mkus

Well-known member
Nice finds man those spots are some of my favorite spots to detect!
Mark
 
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