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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-12-2014, 12:27 AM Thread Starter
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I finally think I have this thing figured out.I was out Thursday night and found a 1967 quarter,1966 penny and too many pull tabs. Today I was at the brother inlaws house and let my nephew use the machine while I dug. We found 2 nickels,4 pennies and one wheat penny. We're getting there!
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-12-2014, 01:10 AM
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Yep , I would say you got it . Nickels are supposed to be one of the tougher coins to detect . Congrads !
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your hooked....lol Good luck hunting. Just wait till ya find the first old coin.

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Re: Garrett 350

Sparkchaser , if you don't already have one , get yourself a good handheld Pinpointer .It helps save time finding object in the hole and your dirt plugs .... Also gives any youngsters that want to help you a better tool to locate the hard to see smaller objects .
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Re: Garrett 350

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Sparkchaser , if you don't already have one , get yourself a good handheld Pinpointer .It helps save time finding object in the hole and your dirt plugs .... Also gives any youngsters that want to help you a better tool to locate the hard to see smaller objects .
X2! My garrett propointer is worth its weight in gold. Recovery time is amazing along with being able to dig a much smaller plug. IMO it isn't a "want" its a need for any dedicated respectable digger excavating in public places or yards.

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X3! Love my propointer!

"Now that you brought that up hang onto your paddle, and if ya hit any rocks don't hit em with ya head" Lewis
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-14-2014, 12:43 AM
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I just picked up my second pinpointer . First one still works fine , but the kids want to help now and I don't think it will hold up to abuse . You guys here convinced me to get the Gerrett . It truely is well built and worth every penny . Thanks for the advice !
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