« Back to Finds Posted June 1st, 2009 by Kris J.

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Item Found: Coin

Location: Indiana

Metal Detector Used: MXT


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MXT
$799.95
Versatile high-performance detector that's easy to use with 3 distinct programs for prospecting, relic hunting, and coins and jewelry.

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June 1st, 2009

Dear Whites,

I just wanted to take a second to thank you for such great service and for making a fantastic product. The MXT has quickly become my go to machine for hunting coins and relics around old home sites. I recently purchased the MXT after hearing such great reviews, I just had to see what all the fuss was about...well now I know!

Several months ago I received permission to hunt the site of an early 1800s school, general store and church, we have hunted this site very hard for many months and made some fantastic finds with other machines but as of late this site just stopped producing much of anything..that was until I purchased the MXT. My very first hunt with it I found a late 1700s king George copper and an 1857 British 3 pence since then this seemingly "hunted out" site has produced several more relics and a few more coins including an 1845 large cent, 1909 barber half dollar, another king George copper and a few other late 1800s British copper pieces. The MXT is very simple to operate and has the power to sniff out the deepest of targets. I also purchased the 6x10 DD coil which in my opinion is a must have! Its a great set up and you can rest assured that you wont be leaving much behind. Thanks Whites for yet another fantastic detector!

Kris J.

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