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Item Found: Relic

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Metal Detector Used: MXT


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May 1st, 2009

Dear White's,

My friend Brian and I went for a hunt one morning last month. While driving to our hunting location I told him, "Man, I feel like we are going to recover something great today!"

As we pulled up, we readied our MXTs for a full day of hunting. We set out early in the morning just as the fog was rolling out. Brian struck first finding a General Service Eagle Cuff Button. After a few more minutes of searching, I wandered over to a large tree stump that had been cut a few years back. I got a Iron signal and dug what looked like a piece of a horse bridle part. After filling in my hole, I scanned my coil right next to where I had just dug and got a solid +85 signal and the MXT said it was about 3 inches deep.

After digging my hole, I saw an oval-shaped object flip down in to the bottom of the hole. I knew I had a good one. After picking up the object, I flipped it over and I saw the letters, "CS". I started screaming and yelling like a baby! Brian overheard my excitement and came running over. We both sat and looked at it for almost 30 minutes as it was a huge adrenaline rush!

You can view our video of the CS plate being recovered on our website at www.researchandrecoveryshow.com

Thanks for your great products and service White's!
Ian C.
Research and Recovery
www.researchandrecoveryshow.com

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