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Item Found: Coin

Location: Colorado

Metal Detector Used: Spectra Series (800-0326)


July 1st, 2012

Dear White's Electronics,

I got out for a few hours today and decided to hunt a well hunted park where we have found many silver dimes as well as some Indian head pennies, well after about an hour and only 16 cents I decided to quit and go home! But on the way home I found a park that I have not hunted yet so I decided to give it a try.

I was next to one of those high power electric boxes giving off a lot of EMI and my v3i was pulsing in the pin point mode so I tuned the v3i using the offset option and within the first 5 minutes I found a silver ring out of the ground marked 925 Mexico, it had been in the ground so long that it was tarnished black, after about another 20 minutes and approx. 20ft away from where the silver ring was I pulled out a 14 k wedding band so like before always give it one last try before giving up the hunt. Besides the 2 rings I found very little clad I didn't even count it LOL.

Roger (CO)

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