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The History Of Russian Steel Helmets from 1916-1945, By Ivan Karabanov (Diggers Library+)

Greetings, fellow diggers, and collectors! I continue my topic of “A diggers/collectors library”, in which I introduce you to all the books and works from my personal library, which can be useful for any digger or collector in order to expand the horizons and gain new knowledge. For all the WW2/war relics diggers, it will be interesting to know the history of the Russian steel helmet, because as it turned...

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What Metal Detector To Buy In 2019?

Hello, friends! Here I have another very useful post for the upcoming new year – which metal detector should you choose and buy in this new year of 2019? A difficult topic, because there are many models and the choice is really huge and wide. Digging through forums, watching YouTube, reading different opinions and reviews of other detectorists is usually what you have to do, but I decided to make...

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Detecting WW2 Location – Mysterious Dog-Tag Found! (Diggers Story, Photos+)

I and my friend recently sat around and had some spare time and decided, therefore, to go detecting. Although the weather forecast wasn’t very promising with lots of rain and the temperatures threatening to be below zero degrees, we still decided to defy the northern “winter” weather. The last couple of winters here up north have been very unpredictable; one day there can be half a meter of snow, and...

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You Think That All The Fields Are Empty? But No – After Plowing, More Finds Appear! (Diggers story, Photos+)

Today’s detecting location will be a field. Until the mid-30s there was a rather large village on it. Over the past year, people have detected quite a lot on this field, but this year they sowed beets in this field, and therefore they plowed to the maximum depth and raised more finds to the surface. After the very first steps, a clear signal appeared, it turned out to be a button with an...

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Finishing The Detecting Season of 2018 (Happy New Year!)

This morning I decided to take my final detecting trip of 2018, so I packed my bags and went outdoors. I didn’t start off the day quite early as I usually do; it was already quite bright outside. There was not much snow, but the cold outside has been standing still for a long time, more than three weeks. The guys who went detecting to the fields quite recently said...

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XP ORX Metal Detector – Review and Settings

The XP ORX metal detector was announced quite recently by the French company XP and this caused all diggers to have a lot of questions about its abilities and features. Let’s see a little bit what kind of device it is and what it can do because XP did not hype the fact that this model would be released and until now only a few video reviews are known, but...

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The Best Bag For Beach Detecting – A Surprise From Kellyco!

There are simple and logical solutions that, with their beauty, simplify the life for a detectorist. Especially if you are digging on the beach, you are faced with the fact that if you start putting the finds in your pocket or a regular bag for finds, then it all will be clogged with sand and then you have to spend the extra minutes shaking and cleaning your pockets/bags. I usually...

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Excavating The Attack Aircraft IL-2 Near Narva (October 2018) – Updated (Crew Fate+)

A lot of secrets are still held in the Narva land in Estonia, for example, as far as I know, in the vicinity of Narva, almost a couple hundred planes were shot down during the fighting in 1944. And if we take 1941 as an example, the number of planes fallen into the sea will be quite large. And recently, one of those secrets were uncovered, when the Narva search...