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WTH is this acceptable?????????????


Myself I feel too many are using shovels in these area. even the photos of many show using a shovel like the Sampson they cut a bigger plug than needed. I use a Lesche and a narrow tip screwdriver to pop out the ones no very deep.
I see one guy (dealer) that cut a 15 inch plug as he was using a 15 inch WOT so he would get the target, he missed it though as there was a seated dime to the side of the hole my fiend found.
I have 2 Sampson shovels that are only used in farm fields and construction site where neatness isnt required.

I started detecting in 1975. Mainly old parks. We used spades. Today they sell the shovel with a (fancy name). They do make a great clean, deep hole but people see you carrying that thing. That is the problem. Everyone with a shovel. And with their cell phones a cop or park worker shows up. Remember the days of no cell phones or shovels?