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Happy detecting trails

Posted by tnsharpshooter 
Happy detecting trails
December 12, 2016 08:03PM
Gonna try my luck.
Wet as pea soup though,,,but to wait for better conditions,,,may be a while.

Cheers

Re: Happy detecting trails
December 12, 2016 11:07PM
Nice way to get around David. Temps are going to drop this week and Saturday looks to be a soaker for us both. Hope ya had a fun hunt today
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 13, 2016 12:46AM
Looks like u have all the bases covered!
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 13, 2016 01:41AM
Looks like an awesome ghost town cruiser thumbs down
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 13, 2016 01:47AM
Looks like u have all the bases covered!
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 13, 2016 02:15AM
Well,

Wound up using Racer 2 exclusively with smaller coil.

Probably my funnest detector to use,,,especially in supposed hunted out site.
Nokta relic a close second btw.
I am big Deus fan- just remember.
Not pictured a bottom of zippo lighter.

For folks wanting more info on Racer 2.
Twist caps,,,if you are after silver and copper,,you will likely dig few screw caps,,they read 70/71.

Racer 2 will peck iron a little more so in 2 tone (higher gain) vs 3 tone max gain (99).

The pocket knife was actually discovered using 2 tone,,,give a nice repeatable signal 50,, so clean signal I dug.
Did cut it in half though I think when digging.

Racer 2,,, just a joy of a detector.
Great pick for even beginners IMO.
Ergonomics pretty darn good too.





Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/13/2016 02:17AM by tnsharpshooter.
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 13, 2016 04:34PM
I could increase my hunting ten fold with one of those..

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Re: Happy detecting trails
December 13, 2016 09:17PM
What kind of good looking button is that on the right of the pic. And thanks for the pics of your finds. I wish that everyone would post their pics if they had a good hunt because, frankly, I like to see them and I am learning to identify relics by detectorists who post their findings and the ensuing converstion about the finds. Well done and Merry Christmas. kevin
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 14, 2016 12:11AM
Kevin B Wrote:
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> What kind of good looking button is that on the
> right of the pic. And thanks for the pics of your
> finds. I wish that everyone would post their pics
> if they had a good hunt because, frankly, I like
> to see them and I am learning to identify relics
> by detectorists who post their findings and the
> ensuing converstion about the finds. Well done
> and Merry Christmas. kevin


Don't know much about the button.
Found one just like it about a year ago in the same site.

I'm like you,,,I learn a lot by looking at others finds,,along with comments made by folks.
I am really relic ignorant.
Improving but still ignorant. Lol

Merry Christams to you too Kevin.
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 14, 2016 01:11AM
Have a pic of the button back?
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 14, 2016 01:22AM
Good hunt.
I like the button also
HH
Corey
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 14, 2016 09:22AM
Yep, like the button and it's got good detail, i enjoy finding them then researching their history online.
We have a database as such in the UK of button's, there's probably something similar your side of the pond?
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 14, 2016 03:05PM
Rod-PA Wrote:
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> Have a pic of the button back?


Back of button is contoured,,,poor shape-- no writing at all,,at least I can see.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 12/14/2016 03:07PM by tnsharpshooter.
Re: Happy detecting trails
December 14, 2016 07:39PM
That's a modern blazer button..

Keith

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