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PostSubject: fisher 1265 x vs whites blue and gray   January 6th 2012, 2:29 am

I wanted a fisher 1270 before i go on my wv relic hunting trip in march but know i wont have the money for it by then. But found a whites blue and gray and a fisher 1265x on ebay more in my price range. Just wondering what detector you all would go with. Not sure on coil optoins for them but would help if i could get a bigger coil just not sure they have them for the whites. I just need deapth dont care about digging iron or weight. thanks!!
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PostSubject: Re: fisher 1265 x vs whites blue and gray   January 5th 2012, 8:46 pm

I've always heard very good things about the B&G. The 1265 is good too but think the B&G would serve you better. I believe Verg owned or owns a B&G and can give you some first hand feedback.
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PostSubject: Re: fisher 1265 x vs whites blue and gray   January 5th 2012, 9:23 pm

thanks confcav. I was in winchester last weekend but didnt have a detector with me I stopped at walmart and think how many relics are probaly still in the orchard around it. I would love to hunt it. HH!!
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PostSubject: Re: fisher 1265 x vs whites blue and gray   January 6th 2012, 6:08 pm

That site was EXTREMELY productive for the guy who first walked in there. 1862 CS camp and boy was it loaded. He came away with jars (yes you heard correctly) of VA, NC, and GA buttons. Also 7 confirmed CS plates, numerous US accouterments, 5,000+ roundballs, a sword, and 14 large cents in the same hole from what I can remember. One of the plates was a beautiful GA box plate. Very interesting story of how he came across this spot in the mid-80s and somehow never hunted before even though so close to Winchester. He also located an unhunted US cavalry camp 1/4 mile or so away as the crow flies and dug 50+ US bit bosses.
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PostSubject: Re: fisher 1265 x vs whites blue and gray   January 6th 2012, 6:49 pm

man that was the good ole days wish i could have hunted back then! But im happy with my little camps i have found, just need to get a new detector and wait for march, heading to moorefeild and romney and my friend found a camp near fort ashby.
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PostSubject: Re: fisher 1265 x vs whites blue and gray   January 6th 2012, 7:42 pm

collector01 wrote:
man that was the good ole days wish i could have hunted back then! But im happy with my little camps i have found, just need to get a new detector and wait for march, heading to moorefeild and romney and my friend found a camp near fort ashby.

Gimme a shout next time you head to Moorefield or Romney if you can bring along another digger. Have heard good things about the Fort Ashby way, including colonial, but hunted it. No contacts up that way.
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