Posts Tagged ‘etrac’

 
June 20  • 

Using Minelab E-Trac with Pro-Swing Harness – A $8 Hack for More Comfort

Comparing stock E-trac coil to NEL Big Coil I've been using the excellent new NEL Big coil (it's 15 x 17 inches, y'all!) in some of my civil war...

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June 3  • 

Two-ring wedding band recovery for Dianna in Lexington

Dianna emailed me about having her rings missing in the back yard - but that her 3-year-old had told her pretty much where they were lost.  "Behind...

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May 3  • 

Silver Coins at Beautiful Old Kentucky Farms – E-Trac Live Digs with Audio

Silver, silver everywhere - live digs coinshooting silver on private property.  E-trac lessons for two-tone ferrous at beautiful places.   HD...

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January 15  • 

Metal Detecting Hunt for Coins – 1838 Half Dime

A couple of recent hunts and a previously lost clip finding an 1838 half dime!

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November 27  • 

New Live Dig Video – 8 Silvers – 3 ringer and Lessons from the Bushes

Best in HD at Full Screen - enjoy!

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October 28  • 

1838 House Reluctantly Gives up Some Great Metal Detecting Finds

The house looked perfect.  As soon as I put my coil to the ground I knew my day was going to be a tough one.  Iron filled soil immediately nulled...

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October 17  • 

Promising 1880s House Yields 2 Nice Finds in 30 Minutes

I have obtained permissions in a couple of houses in South East Central Kentucky and swung by one of them to check one out (I didn't have time to...

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October 15  • 

Metal Detecting 1835 House – Day Two: 1910 V-Nickle, 3-Ringer, Silver and more…

I headed back to the 1835 house and resumed my hunt.   Much of my time on Saturday was spent networking and chit-chatting with neighbors.   I got...

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October 7  • 

6 Silver Day at 1835 House

I decided to hit a local town and do some freestyling.  I drove around a bit in a historic area and ended up seeing a place with a beautiful big...

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October 1  • 

Very Early Flat Button With Design

At a church location from the 1830s, I found this designed flat button at around 5" with the E-Trac.  It rank up as a 12-44 and is a bit larger than...

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