We're waterlogged from the storms, but it warmed up into the high 60's this afternoon and since I've had the DT's because I couldn't detect the last few days I rolled my britches legs up and gave it a shot. Didn't find much, several pennies, three were wheaties inlcuding a 1928, and several newer clad coins, but that was enough to calm me down. I mostly used the Viper with 5.5 inch coil, but switched to the 1266 for the last half hour. Only got two coins with it, a 1951 wheatie that was about 8 inches deep and a surface clad dime. One thing for sure, anyone using a 1266 who digs targets that don't discriminate out when rejecting zinc pennies darn sure won't miss coins down to 10 inches. They also won't miss most trash targets deeper than five to six inches. The deepest target I dug was a pristine beaver tail tab, at least 10 inches deep, and it gave a signal in both disc modes with zinc pennies rejected.
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