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It's Going To Be An All Nickels Number Range This Time Out


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20 on the deep ones, 26 0n the shallow and 22 to 24 mid-range. But I went to the closet and pulled out my Mystery Master Classic. Who will reign supreme? Well, the "Iron Chef" of course. Bon apatite.

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Assuming your going for jewelry? Usually concentrate on foil to nickes here.

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If some gold pops up I won't leave it in the hole.🤩Better chance for nickels at this sight. It's an old country church with tons of non-ferrous. I have taken out the old silver and copper. 

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Maybe you will pop out a few v's.  Best of luck.

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Heavy rain killed the nickel hunt. Will try again this weekend.

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Few years ago I found all these nickels in a local swim hole, most were in a small area maybe 10'sq. Figured someone was trying to drown their kid and stuff their pocket with them.

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That's allot of nickels.

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Thought you would get a kick out of that.

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I'm hunting a new permission with The Legend. I have not dug any Nickels yet but the Wheat cents are running a wide spread like George's Nickels. 38-41 TID in Multi @ 4-8 inches. Out of the ground 43-44. They have a good bit of corrosion.  The ground is very funky here. I have adjusted my TB accordingly.

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