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My name's Kyle, I'm 34 or so frm Colorado springs I started out detecting last September after seeing some YouTube videos. Saved up and bought a harbor freight machine. Fet I hit the jackpot with my first hobby that actually made me money, with all the coins I was finding. Still wasn't finding anything great like I was hoping for, so saved up, and bought a simplex after last Christmas. 

 

Turns out the cool finds were to follow buying the simplex.  I'll have to post some of my best finds. A little late, but better late than never.

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Welcome, Kyle!  Sounds like you're off on the correct foot now with the Simplex.  I look forward to seeing your finds.

I think there's a metal detecting club in Colorado Springs.  If you haven't done so you may want to check that out.  They probably are on Covid-19 distancing (possibly Zoom meetings) right now.

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Welcome to the forum.

Simplex is a very good machine, they recently came out with some new coils for it.

 

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Hello  Kyle!

Welcome! And looking forward to some finds! Good luck!!👍👍

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Welcome Kyle, I'm curious to learn more about the Simplex and look forward to seeing some of the things that you have found with it.

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Kyle, Glad your here on DP!!!  Simplex is an awesome machine. Hope you get the down load thing figured out.    Looking foward to your finds!!!

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Ok, here is another try. At first, all I hit was playgrounds, then they stopped producing, so started working basketball courts. Then I started working playground perimeters. These were in the same hole, about 6-8 inches deep. They are both 14k. The white gold is 1.55 carat total diamond weight. Found them at a park I've been to many times. Went back last weekend and some kids mentioned that after 4th of july, 5 detectorist were working the park.

 

I've only ever see one other person detecting in my town

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