I'm from California.

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I have had a White's Classic 5id for about 10 years. I know, it's an entry level detector but it may fill my wants -- for now. Have only used it sparingly with limited success. Found a few current coins, a lot of pull tabs and a bunch of junk. I look forward to finding some fertile areas to prospect.
 
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wjm4161

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I have had a White's Classic 5id for about 10 years. I know, it's an entry level detector but it may fill my wants -- for now. Have only used it sparingly with limited success. Found a few current coins, a lot of pull tabs and a bunch of junk. I look forward to finding some fertile areas to prospect.
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wildlife

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I have had a White's Classic 5id for about 10 years. I know, it's an entry level detector but it may fill my wants -- for now. Have only used it sparingly with limited success. Found a few current coins, a lot of pull tabs and a bunch of junk. I look forward to finding some fertile areas to prospect.
Where in California? I'm between Disney land and Knott's berry farm.
 

wildlife

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#12
Parks, found enough coins to pay for my entry level Bounty Hunter IV. It found silver rings and a wheat cent elbow deep. And I'm 6'2" and have long arms. I upgraded to the AT Pro for more discrimination, solid signals. But sometimes I think it's a clad dime it's a copper cent. But still believe the Bounty Hunter IV could find it all, but didn't want to dig everything.
 
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