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    That's a good point and I know the feeling. The...

    That's a good point and I know the feeling. The first horseshoe I dug up with my metal detector was in a drywash bed and I soaked it in Evapo-rust for several days. It removed most of the big chunks...
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    I should try to clean up that cartridge I found...

    I should try to clean up that cartridge I found with some brass cleaner and see if there's a headstamp on there.
    Sure didn't look like it tho.
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    Thanks again for all the info, this is great...

    Thanks again for all the info, this is great stuff to know.
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    That's good to know too about the specific rifles...

    That's good to know too about the specific rifles models. I know a lot about modern arms but practically nothing about the older stuff.
    So would the Army's cartridge-firing rifles have shown up...
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    Wow thank you for the information. I had a hunch...

    Wow thank you for the information.
    I had a hunch the miniball was old, that's why I kept it. The 44 cal. ball was on the large side so that's why I kept it, glad to hear its old too.
    Thank you for...
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    OK there we go.

    OK there we go.
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    Assistance with identifying old bullets

    I've been trying to direct this inquery to my favorite metal detecting site but its been down all weekend so I thought I'd try here..
    I dug the following up in souteastern Arizona and I'm trying to...
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    I used to go inside the store during the eighties...

    I used to go inside the store during the eighties as a kid with my parents.
    I barely remember what it was like in there.. lots of old dusty rusty things.
    I remember climbing those big stairs tho...
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    Just think if you were that metal detector in...

    Just think if you were that metal detector in England who found the "Staffordshire Hoard" who had to give it all up in the name of the Queen.
    Atleast he was able to sell it to a museum and split the...
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    Fire burning in "Glove Mine" near Tucson

    Saw this in the news today and I thought it was kind of interesting: http://www.kvoa.com/news/fire-burning-in-abandoned-mine-shaft-in-tucson/
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    That's amazing. The arrowhead is beautiful too.

    That's amazing. The arrowhead is beautiful too.
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    Is it easy to get to the Cienega station that's...

    Is it easy to get to the Cienega station that's west of the Pantano station? Its just 1/4 mile east down the train tracks from where they cross the Frontage Road, correct? Google Earth shows a big...
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    Sorry again to revive such an old post but I...

    Sorry again to revive such an old post but I couldn't help myself.
    These photos of the old mine are very interesting.
    I've hiked back into Jordan Canyon a ways but now that I've studied the map...
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    Sorry to necro-post but I just joined the site....

    Sorry to necro-post but I just joined the site.
    I have also wondered what all the stone lines were out there. Maybe something to do with water drainage? There sure are a lot of them out there.
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