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    Administrator del's Avatar
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    Oct 2009

    Calabash Digger

    This man has put in thousands of hours to helped so many in this hobby with various detector videos including Minelabs , Deus and Nokta detectors about trouble shooting , understanding settings and general detecting , you name it . His video here Calabash Digger Goodbye to Youtube. Pitfalls of Youtube is about him stepping away from it all .

    I want to personally give a shout out and thank Calabash Digger "CD" for helping with the learning curve of a couple of machines through his videos and wish him the very best !

    Don't be a stranger "CD" , hope to see you around , Thanks !

    "Honesty is an expensive gift ,
    so don't expect it from cheap people"

    XP Deus II , DFX ,TDI sl -

    Click here to view my finds album

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    I agree Del. I've been a watcher and fan for many, many years. I watched his video yesterday and I understand completely why he is leaving the platform. Best wishes CD.
    Oldest Coin: 100-60 BC Gallic bronze coin (Sequani Tribe)
    Oldest Silver Coin: 1156 hammered Pfennig from (now) Bavaria
    Oldest U.S. coin: 1805 Draped Bust Large Cent
    Best Coins EVER: 1625 4 Sols from Kingdom of Chateau Renaud, France
    1662 15 Kreuzers, Leopold I, Austria
    Best Relics: Bronze Age Arrowheads & Spearhead, 2c Roman silver ring, complete medieval knight's spur (x6)
    YouTube Channel: Full Metal Digger

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    Agreed. Calabash has helped a lot of folks. Although I don't agree with everything he put out there, I learned a lot from him. Especially when it came to the differences in approach when going from the D1 to the D2. He helped shorten my learning curve with the D2. I suspect we haven't seen the last of Ol' Calabash.
    Oldest find: 5,000 year old copper spearhead
    Oldest coin: 1699 William III halfpenny
    Purdiest coin: 1832 Capped Bust quarter
    Coolest find: USA button with blue threads still on shank

    "He who would search for pearls must dive below."

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    Elite Member Bucknut's Avatar
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    SE Michigan
    He knows more about a new machine after 10 minutes than I do after 10 years!
    Detectors I use: Minelab Equinox 900 & Manticore
    Favorite finds I have made:
    1,000+ silver coins
    103pcs of 1700's Trade Era Silver
    Copper Culture Indian Artifacts
    125+ War of 1812 Era buttons and relics
    My wife
    (probably should have started with that one)

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