I've been a faithful XLT user since purchasing my unit from White's. I am also a HUGE fan of the White's website to which Carl is one of our members, and sure glad to have him!!!
Attached are a few things which are not common finds for my area in Canada. Here are a few of the items: 1858 US flying eagle, 1836 US half dime, 1820's Musket Escutcheon engraved, 1720-1790 Garter buckle (British), and a 1700 tobacco jar handles.
April 26th, 2016
I found all these relics in Loudon, Tennessee at the union camp site where General Burnside stayed in back in 1863 during the Civil War. I used the White's MXT…
April 17th, 2016
Hello to the people at White's and thank you for making such a wonderful detector. I have been a long time White's fan and have been using y'all's detectors since…
April 14th, 2016
Friday afternoon I had a few hours of daylight left after getting off work. I thought I would head out to a local site that had just been cleared and…
April 13th, 2016
This is my third year of metal detecting. My father got permission for us to detect an 1885 house. I never expected what would come next. My first good find…