Went on a two hour plus hunt at a pounded spot I’ve been going to for years along a river. No tremendous waves or currents at the beach I was hunting and I concentrated in like a 25yard area. It was low tide and ground balanced my machine to the wet sand of the brackish water conditions. So although these may not be spectacular finds what is spectacular is the depth and the amount of iron bits that were found in the holes with these coins. 10 wheat pennies, 9 Memorial pennies, 2 clad dimes, 2 nickels, and 2 silver dimes a 1954 Rosie and 1944 Mercury dime. This machine is impressing me. I know I need more time on this machine but so far I’m starting to click with it. It was funny I would dig up a couple if rusted nails, I figured the machine falsed on the nails, I then would swing the coil over the hole and there was still a higher ping, I dug a little deeper and then pinpoint another target. Out comes a coin. Most were were 6” to 8”+. You can see by their condition they were in the ground a long time and never found by me with my other machines. Anyway I’d thought I’d share. Can’t wait for more hunts!