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Topic: Found a penny today. But is it a normal penny?

New Post by Bill from Lachine on Sun Jan 20, 2019 4:43 pm

Eric,

Good luck and keeping my fingers crossed for you. Nice to see the crew putting on their thinking hats to help out of the id.

Topic: Token Site Revisited

New Post by Micheal on Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:41 pm

Geobound wrote:
gotta dig it wrote:Well done, any years stamped on any of them? 2 Silvers on 1 hunt is always nice. IF i read your post correctly 120 Plus detectors??? How do u ever really learn them? My last hunt of 2018 was Deus first...marked signal then went over with At Max, very interesting results and am going to do this in spring. Thanks



I like that idea Ward, I may try that with my CTX and AT Pro?? :tu:

And your new Deus!!!! :lmao: :lmao:
Micheal

Topic: Token Site Revisited

New Post by gotta dig it on Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:25 pm

beau wrote:Hi gotta dig it, no problem learning them,just have to spend the time.Detectors from the 60’s,70’s, I don’t use. I like using detectors from the 80’s, 90’s, and early 2000’s. Only a few took more reading than the others, Cointrax II, and the Goldtrax from Discovery Electronics took a lot more to learn.Doesnt matter what detector I take out, they all find keepers.

Right on....I only have 3 and put a pile of hrs. every year. That's enough for me. Really having fun and hope 2019 is best ever. Some of your older machines might be collector items? Cheers

Topic: Token Site Revisited

New Post by beau on Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:17 pm

Hi gotta dig it, no problem learning them,just have to spend the time.Detectors from the 60’s,70’s, I don’t use. I like using detectors from the 80’s, 90’s, and early 2000’s. Only a few took more reading than the others, Cointrax II, and the Goldtrax from Discovery Electronics took a lot more to learn.Doesnt matter what detector I take out, they all find keepers.

Topic: Found a penny today. But is it a normal penny?

New Post by gotta dig it on Sun Jan 20, 2019 1:58 pm

Woah.....be VERY careful what u do with it, i mean don't rub it or scratch it. IF it's the real deal u will shave off many thousands. Good Luck and please keep us updated.

Topic: Token Site Revisited

New Post by gotta dig it on Sun Jan 20, 2019 1:55 pm

Geobound wrote:
gotta dig it wrote:Well done, any years stamped on any of them? 2 Silvers on 1 hunt is always nice. IF i read your post correctly 120 Plus detectors??? How do u ever really learn them? My last hunt of 2018 was Deus first...marked signal then went over with At Max, very interesting results and am going to do this in spring. Thanks



I like that idea Ward, I may try that with my CTX and AT Pro?? :tu:

Dam Straight...first time I tried it and was very happy with results. Although Linda my wife will be using Max. and I will go over with At Pro just to see. I'm learning all the time and we r both retired now with some Amazing permissions set-up. 2019 should be best year ever. Cheers

Topic: Buffalo found

New Post by kevin on Sun Jan 20, 2019 1:36 pm

Great find Congrats date is readable too :tu: :tu: