- Well, I'm sweltering down here in the Texas heat, just outside of
Austin. I've had some great finds with the 250 so far including, but
not limited to, a nice 14k gold ring with a small diamond and a
birthstone, several silver rings, some were James Avery, and 2 crosses
with chains, both James Avery. I mainly coinshoot parks and schools but
also try and find some relics at old sites. My nickle count is always
up when I use the 250. I always end up with a few, unlike my other
Garrrets, which I usually give up on digging nickles with. Sweet
little 'tector with a bunch of features for just a few bucks.
--- In email@example.com, "tracker4user" <milairnut@y...> wrote:
> Welcome getpetersv and bigcatdaddy to the group. I'm Ken, the
> moderator, from central Michigan. I'm mainly a coinshooter, and love
> the 250. Where abouts are you from and what's your favorite type of
> hunting? And lastly, what's the most prized find do you have so far
> using the 250. Mine is a 70's (pure guess though)era timex watch
> that, yes, still runs! I dug it out, cleaned it off, wound it up, and
> it ran! It was down about 4" in dirt.
> We have a great group here that loves to post, so make yourselves to
> home and join in!