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    Hi-New here and new detector in Maine.

    Hope to meet new friends and get advice.

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    Global Moderator OxShoeDrew's Avatar
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    Hiya Youngdusty, welcome to the group! I think we have some Maineiacs here. What detector did you get?

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    Welcome from western MA. Glad your here. What type of hunting are you going to do, coins, relics, water????
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    Youngdusty

    Hi: I have three M.D's-- a BH discovery 1100, a BH 505 bought from a pawn shop and a Tecknetics Treasuretek bought from Cabela's for $99.95 on Black Friday 1/2 price sale. Can't wait for nice weather to get out and do some coin shooting. Glad to be here. My name is Ralph in Lisbon Falls, Maine

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    Hi: Just starting-only out maybe one hour total. Found hot wheels car, a quarter and six pennies so far. Plan to search lake beaches mostly. Nice to hear from you. C.U.L.

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    Sounds like you're digging the right signals Ralph. I also use a Teknetics. I look forward to your future posts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxShoeDrew View Post
    Sounds like you're digging the right signals Ralph. I also use a Teknetics. I look forward to your future posts!
    Yeah he does. And there ain't too much that gets by him either!

    Welcome aboard Ralph! Your in a great state for findin' some nice old coins and relics, and I'm sure the beachs have lotsa goodies too!
    Can't wait to see what your able to get your coil over.
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    Thank you for warm welcome. Hope to be a good member and good metal detector. Will keep updates. CUL all and good hunting.

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    Hello Youngdusty , I know a great group of hobbyists from your way . There is also some great old history and areas to detect up in Maine . Thanks for joining and best of luck .

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    Hi Dan: Thank you for welcome. Have Treasuretek basic which works well for me. Not out much yet because of winter weather. Plan to get Eurotek Pro probably in spring. Will get rid of two BH machines first. Will keep posting. See you all later.
    Last edited by Youngdusty; 01-12-2017 at 01:02 PM.

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    It's the eurotek Pro that I plan to get in the spring.

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