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WOW!!!

Thanks for sharing, Steve!  Just AMAZING!  What a dig -- it had to have made that guy's weekend FOR SURE!

Steve

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Geez, what a day!  Congrats and thanks for sharing, Steve.

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Super!!!!

Soldier on....

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I dont do videos........ but editing a whole days digs must be time consuming?   That was a bucket lister for sure....... nice.

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He is a friend and customer of mine.  He travels the US with detectors making top finds.  This guy is one of the few hunters who I will admit, spends more time testing, comparing and dialing in a machine, than I.  He is very good and it would not surprise me if he finds another.

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What is attached to his shaft at 1:22.?

It does not look like my WM 08

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