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Old 07-09-2020, 12:41 PM
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It is melt your Popsicle HOT. That is not going to stop us. Back to the old coin field we go. Today we will try out the Aukey B80's. Yes the connect fast. But they also disconnected twice and there is quite a bit of crackle in them out in the field. We'll find a lot of 80 + year old coins and one nice Centennial Silver. Come join Gary for a morning of sweat and digging. Thanks for watching.

https://youtu.be/Ta9cWTwH-gc
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Old 07-09-2020, 03:10 PM
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Yes it is hit out but like you said it wont stop us I'm heading up to the park here in about hour and a half soon as I'm done with work. Congrats on a good hunt.

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Anfibio multi /Equinox 600. Total silvers FTY 118 34 rosies 45 mercs 2 v nickels 232 wheat cent. 1 silver charm 4 barber dimes 15 Washingtons . 1 barber quarter. 1 half dime 1 chuck of a Washington. 2 walkers 2 SLQ 1 silver pin. 1 morgan dollar 1 seated dime. 1 barber half. 6 war nickels.1 silver ring.

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