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TOPIC: First Etrac Finds

First Etrac Finds 03 Jul 2014 10:11 #1344

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I hunted a yard that dated to the late 1800's with my new Etrac and came up with 6 wheats, 1923, 193? D (can't read the last number), 1940 S, 1945, 1945 D, and a 1946. The Merc is 1916, unfortunately no D mint mark.


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First Etrac Finds 03 Jul 2014 10:21 #1345

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Great first hunt Mark! Did you use the factory settings or a custom setup?
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First Etrac Finds 03 Jul 2014 10:32 #1346

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Keith, I tried to set it up as close to the XS as possible. I know there are some major differences between the two machines. I kind of started out with Andy Sabisch's coin pattern and tweaked the settings a bit. All of the wheats were at least 6" deep and the dime was about 8-9". What I liked about the XS was when you pinpointed a coin, it would make a sound that let me know it was a coin. Kind of a stutter sound. So far with the Etrac, even the dime was loud on pinpoint. Anyway to get it sound like an XS? Thanks!
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First Etrac Finds 08 Jul 2014 12:30 #1348

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WTG Mark!!! After about a hundred hours on your E-trac go boack there and see what else is hiding.
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First Etrac Finds 08 Jul 2014 21:54 #1352

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Mark wrote:
Keith, I tried to set it up as close to the XS as possible. I know there are some major differences between the two machines. I kind of started out with Andy Sabisch's coin pattern and tweaked the settings a bit. All of the wheats were at least 6" deep and the dime was about 8-9". What I liked about the XS was when you pinpointed a coin, it would make a sound that let me know it was a coin. Kind of a stutter sound. So far with the Etrac, even the dime was loud on pinpoint. Anyway to get it sound like an XS? Thanks!

I know what you are talking about on the XS. I haven't tried to get the eTrac to do that. I like the loud signal then I look at the depth meter if I'm hunting a yard or a park. In the fields I dig it all. :whistle:
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