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Will put this here subforum wise as I did do 2 spot  comparisons using 2 other model detectors.

All nonferrous.


Thought  I recovered a big flat button in the field.  Nope not a flat button.  Looks like a coin.  Measures 1 1/8” in diameter.  Reads 44 conducttive number on Etrac.  And seems edge is reeded.  Weight is on my scales 8.21 grams.




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