October 16, 2019 HomeArticles2012 silver goal met with a Standing Liberty live dig! – Metal Detecting with Minelab E-trac #15 2012 silver goal met with a Standing Liberty live dig! – Metal Detecting with Minelab E-trac #15 By Reagan Mayer Articles, Blog 52 Comments Tags:coin shooting, e-trac deep coin sounds, etrac coin signals, etrac deep coin finds, etrac deep silver signals, lots of silver finds, Metal Detecting, metal detecting etrac finds, Metal Detecting Finds, metal detecting silver finds, minelab e-trac silver finds, minelab e-trac silver signals, minelab etrac deep coins, minelab etrac finds, minelab etrac metal detecting, minelab etrac signals, silver coin hunting, silver coin shooting, silver finds, slq, standing liberty quarter Related Posts TP Link 150Mbps Wireless PCIe Adapter Unboxing & Installation (TL-WN781ND) Ящики с оружием и боеприпасами прямо подо льдом! Находки на металлоискатель // Юрий Гагарин Cliff Sensor Care for iRobot Braava jet™ Robot Mop About Author admin 52 Comments Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks L4Z! If you keep looking you'll surely pull one eventually =) I'm still looking for my Franklin half and he keeps eluding me… December 19, 2012 Reply CoinHuntingDrew The ring looks a bit like a Masonic ring? December 19, 2012 Reply john24gold1 id say its a masonic, or scout ring, the other item, looks to be a comb for removing ticks from animals hair, or a hairpeice, it would sit in a hairstyle worn up behind the head, i may be wrong but cool item! great video. happy hunting! December 19, 2012 Reply william mcquiston I THINK IT IS A BOY SCOUT RING December 19, 2012 Reply MrJohnson448 Nice silver and congrats on the 200th. Something standing on that weird piece. Congrats and HH December 19, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting It does resemble one but I can't seem to find another like it anywhere so not sure. December 19, 2012 Reply Diggin' Ohio History Congrats on the silver! Id agree on the ring, some time of fraternic type ring (scouts, masons etc.) Nice SLQ! Its wierd that they almost never have a date! Wonder why December 19, 2012 Reply ebonyofold What an awesome coin for your #200! Congrats on your finds and the milestone! December 20, 2012 Reply hawker01 Boy scout ring December 20, 2012 Reply Cladiator Congrats on number 200! Pretty awesome SLQ. December 20, 2012 Reply RavenSeventy8 Nice! Only found one silver since summer 🙁 Just bought a New Whites Coinmaster GT 2012 model… I know it does not compare to the ETrac… Great find man! December 20, 2012 Reply CoinHuntingDrew Try taking a picture of it and uploading to treasurenet? December 20, 2012 Reply JD's Variety Channel Great coin for #200! SL quarters are fun to find in any shape. I found 4 this year and 3 were dateless, and the one with a date just barely had the last digit visible so I could tell it was 1918. lol December 20, 2012 Reply tthompson833 Congrats on #200!!! The ring is a boy scout ring. Very nice find. December 20, 2012 Reply stilldigin101 Is it that coil that detected that penny at 10inches or is that just how etracs are? Congrats on the silver December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting The coil helps on depth slightly but I've dug many pennies at 9"-10" with the stock coil. Keep in mind that the depth is very dependent on the soil conditions and sensitivity setting you're running. If the soil is right and you're running sens way up you can get super deep with it. December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks Jersey =) It is hard work but SO much fun too! My headphone Jack is acting up and I'm dreading having to send it in but may have to eventually. Really sucks to go without a machine… December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting 4 SLQ's is really good and It's cool you found a dated one cause they're hard to come by. I think I've found 2-3 this year but would have to go through them to see if any are dated. December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks Raven! Some of my best finds are in the 1"-6" depth range and I'm sure you'll find some great coins with the Coinmaster =) I started out with an Ace 250 and had to work my way up to the e-trac. Just stick with it and be persistant and it'll pay off. What helped me a lot is keeping a log of every site you pull wheat pennies or silver from and that way if you upgrade to a more expensive machine in the future you'll have a list of many places to go back to. December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting LOL I was wondering why those folks turned me down last time when I had my garden shovel and pick axe over my shoulder =) I think the holes look bigger on video because of the angle. The average hole is about 10" wide which is still pretty big but they fill nicely and out of 200 silvers this year maybe scratched 2 coins… December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting I think that weird piece is a afro pick? Not sure but cool design… December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks Audiver! December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting I like your nickname LOL December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks for the compliment John =) You must me from the country if picking ticks off dogs crossed your mind LOL! Done my share of dog tick pickin when I was younger, those critters are nasty! December 20, 2012 Reply Bell-Two Nice video, I concur Boy Scout ring…did you look at the back of the SLQ if no stars under Eagle it is a 1917 type 1, the rare 1916 is the same but I could see the shield on yours and the dots are too pronounced for a 1916. December 20, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Just looked at the SQL and it has three stars under the eagle. I didn't know that so thanks for the info, I'll keep it in mind next time I find one with no date =) December 20, 2012 Reply alwaysseekingsilver Congrats on reaching your 200 silver coin milestone! I love SLQ's – they're such a beautiful coin. That silver ring is cool, too. Definitely a boy scout ring. My guess is circa 1950's. December 21, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks alwayseeking! I agree SQLs are beautiful coins, they don't make them like that nowadays =) December 21, 2012 Reply trkrtreasurehunter 200 silvers!! Way to go! I just found my first standing liberty, it looked just like yours, no date. A real cool find nonetheless . Jim December 21, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks Jim! Congrats on your first SLQ! My first one had no date too but still a great find. December 21, 2012 Reply Iowa Fishing Addiction Another good video! I really like the ring. I have yet to dig a mans ring but maybe next year. December 21, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks dkdogs! A great place to find silver rings is apartment complexes and multi unit housing like frat houses =) December 21, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks =) I think it is a scout ring, used to say "be prepared" but is worn off. December 22, 2012 Reply American Coin Shooter Congrats on your 200th silver! When you found the silver ring it came in just like mine in our last video. Low ferrous and a very high conductive. Nice hunt! December 22, 2012 Reply DirtyDeedsDigger fantastic hunt… congrats on getting a SLQ for your 200th silver of the year… Loved the silver ring, and I have been wanting to find a heads or tails token for the longest. Merry Christmas December 22, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks =) ya the rings will trick you cause they read really high like a half lol. I've started noticing that many squeak high but then drop to the lower 40's which I haven't seen on a half. Congrats on your silver ring! Were you using TTF? December 23, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks DirtyDeeds! Merry Christmas to you too and good luck finding that token =) December 23, 2012 Reply Summitmetaldetecting ya gotta love those tree roots! December 23, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Very true! If I'm in an area where they're really bad I'll bring my RedHead Folding Saw that I got at bass pro. It'll chop a 2 inch tree root in about 10 seconds and they're really cheap so don't have to worry about messing it up. Works like a charm =) December 23, 2012 Reply Ronit Sharma what shovel are you using? December 23, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Lesche Sampson Pro t-handle. December 23, 2012 Reply myakinees Nice finds C-A-P the ring that you found is nice, really enjoy your videos. December 24, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks =) December 24, 2012 Reply Giant056 Great video for sure and it's ad free which I also like. Congrats on the SLQ and it being the 200th silver for you is great as well. The ring looks like a scout ring, I found a scout ring about a month ago that's sterling too. My very first silver for this year which was my first hunt January 4th I found an SLQ. 🙂 December 25, 2012 Reply Steelgreyeyes The ring is a Boy Scout ring, looks to be for the more advanced ranks of Life or Star. Nice SLQ … 200 silvers is a very nice total. Great work. December 25, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting thanks =) December 25, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting What a way to start out the year! Hopefully you can start 2013 off on the same note! December 25, 2012 Reply American Coin Shooter Hey Thanks! Yeah I was using two tone ferrous. I like it at old home sites where there is a lot of iron. Good targets are just more obvious and the etrac seems to see through the iron better. December 27, 2012 Reply Nathan Cordero what you have there is a comb of some sort. but the design is of Hopi indian descent. new mexico. happy 200. your videos rock! December 30, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting Thanks Nathan! December 30, 2012 Reply Cutaplug Metal Detecting No problem =) I'm sure if you took one into a strip club the owner would give you a discount! January 10, 2013 Reply terry O'Leary the ring looks like a eye Mason ring January 13, 2013 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. 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