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.
May 30th, 2016
While out hunting metals with my younger brothe, I had a deep target come up on the screen of my trusted V3i metal detector. Sounding off in the high…
May 20th, 2016
What you think you are looking at is 477 pieces of junk and clad coins. What I see is 477 deep knee bends, touch your toes and squats. I am…
May 19th, 2016
I have hunted this small area over and over again for years and am always amazed that I am still finding old coins and surprises! I was very ecstatic…
May 16th, 2016
With my MXT out for repair, I decided to hit a little park with my backup unit, a White's Coinmaster. This entry level unit seems to be a real winner,…