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Found this earlier using the Deus Lite 35X 11"coil at 25khz Garys Hot no adjustments - really starting to get used to this set up and enjoying immensely all of a sudden having had many doubts and reservations to start with - you get the most extraordinary strong, slightly odd, feedback from the tiniest bits and pieces sometimes more than a few inches under. c. 10mm wide
This was in a drilled field, Herts at about 3".
Siliqua fragment, I think, but even though quite a lot to go on I am no way 75% yet on a pos ID - anyone fancy a go?!
Any knowledge much appreciated - I love finding tiny things like this with so much detail - almost as good as the real, whole thing but more intriguing!
All the B