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I got a chance on some newly disced fields but only for a few days until they start drilling. To make the most of it I was using the T2 in all metal - it's a bit deeper but signals that read say 72 in one direction were reading 10 at 90 degrees. The fields are generally quiet and signals very jumpy but a few bits came up.
What are your thoughts on the below. Is it a small stack of coins (or something else) and if so, anyone managed to get them apart?
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