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      Cool find metal detecting

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Size:  70.7 KBFound this out metal detecting this week. Remington umc nitro club 12 gauge headstamp. Dates 1911-1915

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      I would like to get into this hobby.....

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      I think about trying this hobby as well.

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      This is what dreams and nightmares are made of .



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      Found a whole bunch of BAR tokens from the 40's and 50's.

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      Quote Originally Posted by LBrandt View Post
      Found a whole bunch of BAR tokens from the 40's and 50's.
      No metal detector needed. They were in your pocket?

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      if one were to start picking up this hobby, where would one start with model of metal detector?

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      Quote Originally Posted by LBrandt View Post
      Found a whole bunch of BAR tokens from the 40's and 50's.
      What's a token for a Browning Automatic Rifle?

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      Where you detect is sometimes not as easy as you may think. Lot of places don't allow digging up materials detected, then the trespass issue per a few friends that took up this hobby. From info I have gotten from them is don't go cheap. About $5-700
      will get you a fair unit. (???) I haven't personally looked real close.

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      Quote Originally Posted by sl1000794 View Post
      What's a token for a Browning Automatic Rifle?
      perhaps he means tavern ??

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      Quote Originally Posted by Cooz'sCatches View Post
      if one were to start picking up this hobby, where would one start with model of metal detector?


      It's a Chevy, Ford,Dodge question. I started with an older high dollar detector that my dad bought at an auction sale many years ago, It was probably a good detector but It was extremely complicated . A couple years ago I bought a Garrett 250 for around $ 200 and got used to that and our grandkids are into it so I am looking for a better one for wife and I to use and keep the 250 faround for grandkids . I am looking hard at the Garrett At Pro. and the Minelab vanquish 540. Pretty sure I'll get the AT Pro since I already know a bit about how the Garrett 250 acts but still doing some research on the vanquish. Watching youtube videos it looks like the high dollar over a grand detectors give false readings too. I have only detected in and around our farm yard with lots of junk and few coins , I am getting better with each outing and find the old nails that have flakey rust are my most common false readings.

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      I like supporting local small business whenever I can, There is a guy at Jamestown named Corey Staloch DBA Dakota Detectors that I found while searching for local dealers when I bought my first one. I have never met him but he is a great source of information with competitive pricing.

      He gave me permission to post his info on here. https://www.facebook.com/Dakota-Dete...7480695338586/

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      I have a pint jar 3/4 full of coins and another pint jar half full of everything metal from buttons to rings, Found a broach with what looked like diamonds but were just cut glass, still fun though.

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      you never know what you might find until you find it .. Haha I dug up a huge disk from a feed grinder one time. It was about the size of a 16 inch truck wheel but only a half inch thick . I never saw any other parts or pieces around the farm so the rest of it must have got hauled out for scrap during WWII.

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