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originally posted by: Trueman
originally posted by: SBMcG
The "spoon" looks like it could be an old school arrowhead from back in the 1960's or so...
Yeah, that crossed my mind too, an arrowhead. Not sure the age.
originally posted by: charlyv
The iron parts look like horse or oxen plowing hookup or other early farm equipment associated with hauling wagons.
I have seen stuff like that in the boundary areas of old farms, where they used to discard old or broken equipment.
originally posted by: Soloprotocol
Question, Why you digging Iron with a T2. Cant you disc it out?. I get that you dig the big iron like the pony shoe, everyone does, but surely the smaller chain links could be disc'd out with that machine.
Hey, who am i to judge though, if that's what you prefer to dig then go for it, but over here in the UK if we set our detectors to zero discrimination we wouldn't move 10 feet all day and our backs would be busted digging crap.