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Do you ever wonder if metal detecting ever leads to anything worthwhile? Sometimes it doesn't but then again you get lucky. The dudes of Dirt Burglar struck gold on a beach somewhere — and quite literally. Dave found a half-ounce 1976 Canadian gold coin worth an estimated $650 buried in the sand. The moment they figure out what they've discovered, everyone does a little happy dance.

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