Category: Diggers tips

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Locus Maps – Offline Maps For Detecting (Detecting Secrets, Video+)

One time very long ago, i dreamed about having a gadget which i could open and it shows you your location, different labels, and more. Now this is all possible, and available. There are different apps and other software for the smartphone which are good, but as for me, the best program in my practical experience, is the Locus Map PRO for Android. I bought the full version to have 100%...

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German WW2 Dog Tags (Identifying Finds, Photos+)

On the photo above you can see four tags from the 118th stationary artillery battalion found in a bundle. These are so-called “unused”. These tokens were not given out. Today i am going to tell you about dog tags. In the German terminology this object is titled Erkennungsmarke. Any self-respecting WW2 digger has eventually found a German badge, and sometimes more than one. In the memory of many of us, this...

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Promo code for Tekneticsdirect or how to save on your Teknetics metal detectors order? (Facts, code+)

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Secret Technique For Identifying Iron Using Fisher And Teknetics Detectors (It Works!, Diggers Tips +)

The detecting season is already in full swing in some parts of the world, and therfore it is necessary to find and publish more tips and secrets about detecting so that each detectorists’ season begins productively and with a large number of finds! We share our secrets, the secrets of other fellow detectorists (who share them with us), and the secrets that we find in the Internet (and there are a lot of...

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German helmets (Identifying Finds, Photos+)

One of the best ww2 finds is unquestionably the German helmet. Of course, depending on the decals and its condition. The sample in the photo above is indisputable from the category of amazing ones only because of the SS decal on the right side. Expert on this subject can argue long about the inexhaustible number of variants, decals, etc., taking up another heap and samples during the First World War. However, in...

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Improvised WW2 Mortar Hand Grenades (Identifying Finds, Photos+)

At Leningrad, and in many other parts of the North-West direction of the former Soviet-German front on the battlefield, a lot of different hand grenades can be found, which were made from the shells of ammunition for 50 mm Soviet mortars. It seems like the Red army forces in the besieged Leningrad were forced to use this kind of innovations, due to lack of hand grenades in the units defending the...

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Why choose Garrett Z-Lynk?

We got hold of the Garrett Z-Lynk for 129 EUR in February 2017. How is this different from a set of cheap Chinese devices, you may ask? Well here is the answer! 1. The manufacturer assures us that the transmission rate is very high and there is no delay. Rather, it is little, it is equal to 17 milliseconds – that’s 0,017 seconds! This is six times faster than Bluetooth. 2. This...

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How to identify the year on old Russian coins! (Photos +)

When i once found a coin from time of Emperor Peter I, I was a bit puzzled. I was unable to find even a year on the coin after I washed it thoroughly. I could not spot any familiar markings that indicated the year. The fact is that Russian coins up to 1722 had the year written in the old Cyrillic alphabet. Moreover, it was a matter of course for other...

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German “Feldflasche 1931” (Identifying Finds, Photos+)

When detecting WW2 artifacts, one of the most frequent findings beside bullets can be German field flasks. And now we will discuss the most common German canteens that you will find from World War II. Of the many canteens which can occur when detecting a ww2 battlefield is the early-war model. This model, the 1931 German “Feldflasche 1931”, was used in all parts of the war, from the beginning to the end in May...