Monthly Archives: November 2016

More Scattershooting…

A VERY BRIEF UPDATE ON THE MX SPORT

Went out again with the MX Sport for about 1 and 1/2 hours the other day and decided to work some in the all-metal mode.  I set the SAT to 3, sensitivity to 4, turned on the VCO and began scanning, often forgetting that thanks to the SAT I needed to keep that coil moving.  Sheesh, this CRS thing is not getting any better….

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This site once held two homes, one quite old…photo compliments of Google Earth

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The MX Sport, Lukey Dukey and Big Tony from Bayonne…

Well it’s only been a week but I’ve become a very big fan of the MX Sport. I received it last Monday, worked through the various settings/setups in the evening and a good part of Tuesday in the backyard. I then decided to venture back to the old homesite that I talked about last update. Continue reading

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Some Days It Doesn’t Pay to Get Out of Bed…

Things were looking up…or so I thought? I received permission to hunt an old home site, had an MX Sport on the way, and then I saw this in the Saturday morning newspaper….

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Britain’s New Coin…

Thanks to John Howland for the following update on the forthcoming new £1-coin.  Now if we could only get the American public to use dollars coins…. Continue reading

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Just Scattershooting…

Got to wonder how many metal detecting videos and podcasts are out there today.  Wasn’t that long ago we had to keep reading the same treasure magazine until the next one arrived…..

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I saw these photos of Todd Hiltz modeling the new White’s backpack and I had to laugh….

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