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Jun 16

Must Have Equipment For Metal Detecting

Metal Detecting Equipment List

The metal detecting is a constant movement, and the larger the area that is covering by metal detector’s coil, the more finds you will have. This requires is the optimal set which will give freedom and forces for movement, but and bailing out in frequent situations. Equipment Metal detector. Don’t laugh, it’s really important! 😉 Batteries …

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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 26

Beach Metal Detecting Tips

Beaches are a perfect hunting ground for metal treasures and many diggers usually unearth very valuable finds here. There are many reasons for this. One of these is because the sea was once a key transit route for much of the treasure from the New World to the old world by generations of colonists. Many …

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Apr 20

How to Choose Metal Detector Headphones

There are many things that you will have to put into consideration when searching for metal detector headphones. Metal detectors usually come equipped with speakers that produce a beep sound whenever you pass over a target. The beep sounds are normally quite loud for beginners but professional relic hunters still invest in headphones. Headphones are …

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