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Oh yes, that wind did blow yesterday. Went out very early today not light for an hour or more but could see what had been done. Much of the build up at the wall base pulled out and dumped about 10 yards out. I do like the equinox & small coil for this work its more than sensitive enough in these conditions (a vast amount of iron). There are just over 100 coins, 8 silver and a few badges. All scrap but good fun which does teach you a lot about detectors & detecting.
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Love areas like that plenty digging you might get lucky next time good luck.
Dave The Slave
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An immense haul !!
Over 100 coins without it being a hoard, plus extras.
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Wow I bet you’re aching a bit after that lot
I use the HOT programme on 17khz, reactivity at 2.5 on v5.21 with the X35 11” coil
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Well done. You can tell it's been down a long while when the gold get corrosion like that on it. Blew the beaches flat down here.
Equinox 800 x2