Jump to content

Recommended Posts

I know you’re thinking what kind of bull he’s going to shoot us now.

A friend in Oklahoma got a Nox 800 soon after I did. He keep telling me he wasn’t finding any silver are any wheats. I’d tell his you just got to get a place where others haven’t been.

I told him the trouble your Nox don’t know what to look for. Again I told this boy I would send him some silver and wheats. The first thing he need was run his coil over what I sent and tell his Nox this is what I’m looking for. Now you may not believe me but within two days he was finding silver and wheat pennies.

Here he comes again crying on my shoulder that he can’t find any rings are jewelry of any kind. So here I go sending him all different rings with some being gold  other silver plus some jewelry. Again after he got the package he started finding rings. What I didn’t tell you I sent one Indian Head penny and later this afternoon he calls to tell me he found his first said penny.

I really can’t say this will happen to you and I’m sure some will say hog wash but it won’t hurt to try it.

The Best to all 

Chuck

  • Like 2
Link to post
Share on other sites

Never heard such a story but it's funny

Link to post
Share on other sites

Guys the odd thing Is each time I’d send him something he’d start finding it. 

The Nox was new to him but Minelab coin detector is not. I don’t know off hand how long he’s been hunting but his age is 61.

Like I told him you got to find a place no one has been but better yet be better detecting than the guy before you.

I always start out with a good attitude that I’m going to find something that day. Running with that has paid off for me over 50 years now.

 I’m going to spend little over a week with this guy I’ve been talking about and I feel it will be a great time for both of us.

 I’ll get back on how that went when it’s over.

 Chuck 

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

Phoenix50 

  I’m sorry to say the ones I did have I sold long ago. I’ll be glad to bring you one if you will send me airfare so I can bring it. I just want to make sure it don’t get lost in the mail . Heck you do that I’ll bring you a whole hand full.

Chuck

  • Haha 2
Link to post
Share on other sites

A lot of detecting is about KNOWING its a targets.   Things change in the dirt/sand/water....... dont give yourself a reason NOT to dig.   Everyone should start out digging repeatable targets.   Thats how you learn that its not black and white...... just because its 13 doesnt mean every nickel hits there.   Jewelry is everywhere on the digital scale...... coins come in more verities than penny, nickel, dime and quarter.  Most of the fun in this hobby to me is digging something and being surprised.   On the beach ...... im just looking for gold, but ill be dang if i can avoid a penny or a high tone lol.  

I like to watch and talk to some of the hunters during the winter who come to Fl to hunt.   They have some great griding skills...... but have trained their ears more toward coin hunting, so it takes a little time to RETRAIN their brain and habits.

  • Like 4
Link to post
Share on other sites

Gentlemen 

I know what you say is true and the guy I sent it to knows what you say is true .

I like to add a little humor in what I write and that’s what I was doing here . The guy had never found a Indian Head penny before and he told me he had the same ID on it as soon other pennies.

On my side of the coin I just wanted to help this guy to make him better at what he was doing .

Chuck

  • Like 2
Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 4 weeks later...

Good story. Lots of things I haven't found but by you sending a variety of different things he has now found them..  If nothing else you helped train his ear

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Similar Content

    • By Erik Oostra
      I've already posed this question on Jim from Idaho's post in relation to gold bars, but I'm curious about the general consensus among detectorists..
      Is there a time period after which the 'finders keepers' rule applies?
      I'm asking because I face this dilemma every time I find valuable jewellery (especially wedding rings) on the beach, whether to turn them in at the police station in case someone has reported them lost or to hang on to them and keeping quiet.. Value could not just be monetary but also sentimental..
      Thanks for your feedback to a question I'm sure plagues the conscience of other detectorists as well.. 
      Edit: just realised I've posted this on the wrong forum, it should be on the 'Metal detecting for jewellery' forum.. Not sure how to change it..  
    • By Goldseeker5000
      Does anyone on here know anything about the laws regarding detecting for gold in the Philippines? I know gold has been found all over the Islands and sits #2 in the world for gold reserves. I would like to know about requirements, permits,where to contact for any Geological/Gold maps or production journals,are you allowed to keep the gold,  staking a claim in the Philippines, regions that produced nuggets, etc... I know of one area that produced nuggets and it was placer.
       
       
    • By metalhound
      The other day I went down to the beach with a friend to kill some time with the detector. I didn't find anything great. Just a several coins. Jokingly I said to my friend "THIS IS A TOP POCKET FIND" and put it in there. Well as we were walking home It got very hot/muggy so I took my shirt off. When I got home and went to take the coins out of my shirt pocket. They weren't there. Well today I went back to the same beach and found 1 of the coins. There should be several more in the same area so I'm going to try to find them with the MD tomorrow. Lesson learned: DON'T PUT YOUR FINDS IN YOUR TOP POCKET UNLESS IT IS SECURED
    • By GotAU?
      For those of you that carry a PLB or EPIRB, I’m not sure which Minelab or PLB and EPIRB models are affected, but there’s an interesting discussion and a Minlelab advisory about accidental activations due to a PLB sitting too close or touching an active coil. Just something to look out for if you carry one when you’re out and about.  They recommend keeping it further away than 10 cm from a active coil.
      https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au/forum/viewtopic.php?id=35628
    • By havingstl
      I am still need to metal detecting and learning an original tdi.  So lately I have been experimenting with the different controls and how they affect the machine. 
       
      I read some instructions that mentioned running the gain at the point that the threshold remained steady and did not waiver. This typically leaves me with a gain of 3 or 4.  Does this sound right or am I missing something?
    • By AUgetter
      I will be retiring in 3 months...yaaaa hoooooo!  I have been detecting for relics for about 2 years.  I plan on buying a new or used Minelab detector in the next couple of months and trying my hand at gold detecting. I will be roaming around in a custom 5th wheel set up I've been working on for the past year.  My question is, how advantageous would it be for me to take gold detecting training from a store I buy from or from a private party that offers it?
×
×
  • Create New...