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May 24

Where to Metal Detect?

Where to Metal Detect

Believe it or not, you can’t metal detecting everywhere you wish. Every bit of land is technically owned by somebody and we have to gain permission to use that land to detect on before we head out in the field. As much as this should not be the case for public land, parks and beaches …

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May 23

How to Metal Detect: Tips & Tricks

How to Metal Detect Tips & Tricks

Did you know that according to statistics, 70% of diggers aren’t metal detecting correctly? Are you sure that yesterday, the day before yesterday, a month or a year ago didn’t miss your biggest find? No? Then read carefully! Here we have collected some simple but very useful tips and tricks for you. Metal detectors are easy to …

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Apr 27

Metal Detecting For Beginners: 101 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started

Want to learn more about metal detectors treasure hunting? Many hobbyists purchase thousands of metal detectors every year and go on the prowl in the beaches, historical sites, archaeological ruins and old beaches so as to satisfy their curiosity and also monetize their hobby. Treasure hunting is growing into something of a subculture amongst certain …

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Apr 18

Metal Detecting Tips For Beginners

Treasure hunting is as old as civilization itself. In the ancient days, pirates raided ships as explorers ventured into the far off islands in search of treasure. While much time has elapsed, the passion for treasure hunting has remained with us and the earth still contains many rear gems that can be unearthed through metal …

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Mar 15

Forgotten History: Metal Detecting Tips

Hello, diggers! Today I want to share some my detecting tips. I hope they will be of use to you. General Detecting Tips I get a lot of inquiries from people just starting out in the hobby asking about what type of detector they should buy. There is no canned answer to this question as …

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