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About cuniagau

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  • Location:
    Dana Point, Ca
  • Gear Used:
    Impulse AQ,
    Equinox 800,
    CTX 3030,
    Whites DF,
    Whites TDI Pro,
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  1. I got to hunt with KOB two days. There is just this familiarity about him. It was like I had known him for years. And I say that in a good way. LOL
  2. I could see that especially here in So Cal. Thanks, Joe
  3. We will hunt it on your next trip down this way. I enjoyed the hunting that we did get in, even though it wasn't as productive as we would like. And that little surprise at the end of todays hunt caught us both off guard. LOL
  4. I hunted with KOB yesterday and was just telling him about digging a pair of brass knuckles on an old house site. And then today I dig the gold knuckles. You just have to laugh sometimes!!!
  5. Had about an hour to hunt this morning before a Dr appointment and made the most of it. LOL The ring is 14K and weighs 16.3g. It rang up a very loud and solid 11 on the Equinox. You gotta love unique rings!!!
  6. I will add that it is not "mildly" but "wildly" magnetic. It will "jump to a magnet. Who knows why or who made it. Maybe a movie prop. I know that KellyCo sends out "copies" of Reales in some of their "bundles". I may look at that EVAPO-RUST® but doubt that I do anymore with it. I don't dig relics like I once did so it would just be a waste really for me. I also don't have the room for anything else in my apartment. LOL
  7. It is attracted to a magnet so the FE of some sort is confirmed. It does appear to be on the thin side compared to a legit silver dollar but that could be due to the rusting away of the surface. Given the fact that it is obviously iron and so little detail is left, I think that the only value is of conversation at best. LOL I find it fascinating that such odd things can be found at the beach. If someone takes anything to the beach they are liable to lose it there. In this case I am grateful that my ole detecting buddy was more curious than I was and insisted that I check out the rusted di
  8. We out a couple of days ago and as usual found something strange. I believe it is a "replica" or "counterfeit" Draped Bust Silver Dollar. When it came out of the surf it was just a rusty disc. I was going to just toss it but my ole hunting buddy talked me into cleaning it up a bit out of curiosity. It is the same diameter as a silver dollar. It only weighs 12.6 grams. It does have a reeded edge. I could make out part of UNITED STATES but the font was larger than a regular silver dollar. It appeared to have a shield with eagle wings on the reverse. I could make out a lady facing to th
  9. I haven't been out much lately due to some uncomfortable tendonitis but I made it down to a beach this afternoon for low tide. The beach was sanded in and I wasn't expecting to much from the Impulse but just needed to "get out" of the house mainly. I had the beach pretty much all to myself with just a couple of surfers and a few walkers. I was running AM and basically default settings and just enjoying the beach. I dug several bottle caps so I knew that finding something good would be a crap shoot. The Impulse was hitting the lobster trap pieces pretty hard and I was getting a double be
  10. I have had a lot of different things in a shot glass, I guess it is maybe time for some CLR. Bottoms Up!!!
  11. Thanks! These three tents stakes were sticking straight down and have a more "ring" size footprint than the ones laying horizontal which I can sometimes tell when they are not to deep. Still a learning curve on the nuances on them for sure.
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