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Item Found: Returned

Location: Kansas

Metal Detector Used: M6


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M6
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A high-performance and easy-to-use MXT-style coin and jewelry detector for all kinds of ground conditions.

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February 1st, 2013

Dear White's,

Just a short story to say you can trust the White’s metal detectors to work. A friend of mine for 15 yrs called and said he had lost his wedding ring that he has had for over 40 yrs. I responded by saying I will be over in a couple of days to look for it, he said I have another friend that is loaning me a detector so give me a chance to look for it.

So a couple days go by and I called him again and his response was come on over this detector I borrowed goes crazy and I am worn out looking. So I loaded the M6 and headed in his direction but in order to make a full day of hunting went to the lake to detect with my brother in law before going to his place.

While at the lake I found a nice ring, so I was in hope that this would be a 2 ring day. When I arrived at his house I followed his pattern of what he had done in the yard the day he lost the ring and 30 minutes later the gold band was back on his hand, a man hug later and big smiles on his face was worth it. The M6 has been my go to detector and has never let me down. My finds have been awesome and has paid for itself many times over.

Thanks White’s.

Sam (KS)
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