« Back to Finds Posted October 1st, 2010 by John

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Item Found: Coin

Location: Mississippi

Metal Detector Used: M-Series (800-0308-1)


October 1st, 2010
   Dear White's,

First of all I would like to say thank you for making a fine product. I love my MXT and so far it has been fantastic. I first bought a known brand detector and it just was not doing it for me. I really tried to like my new detector but it just was not cutting it.

I was at my local park searching for coins and not having any luck. I was not alone at the time and seen an older guy take a few steps dig put something in his pockets and repeat the same thing over again. I am thinking huh something is not right here and I go and ask him how it was going. He showed me some of his finds and I said what kind of detector are you using He said a White's MXT.

He looked at mine and sort of grinned and asked me you want to try it? I said sure and I went back to where I used my detector and I started getting signals. I dug a quarter here and another quarter dimes pennies. So to make a long story short I sold my other detector and save a little a bought a brand new MXT 6x9 and a 4x6 DD shooter coil.

I tell y'all I am happy as can be about my new detector I love it. And I want to thank y'all for making the best detector on planet earth and being number one in sales and service. Please enclose some of my finds clad coins were found in my local park the silver was found around old abandon stores. Thanks again and God Bless.

John (MS)

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