It's an old fallow field which has the occupation of two old "Dobbins"...I always take em a couple of carrots !!
The Makro Racer (red)...and I went out with determined enthusiasm and my first and best find was a little silver sixpence 1946...and as you can see a buckle,musket ball and a couple of three buttons.
The soil was quite hard to fit but again I cannot complain on the performance of my old and faithful MAKRO RACER..+ Mars Tiger coil..I just wait for her to sing...and very seldom does she let me down !!
Well that's about it for now...good hunting...and many thanks for reading....
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That's a Victorian GSC button
Button bottom left possibly looks like an early military type....
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I’ve got a Racer 2, & still learning its ways. Out of interest (& appreciate different machine), what settings did you use ?
Patience.....loads of patience