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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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Garrett Z-Lynk: First field test (works as it should!)

I left recently on a detecting trip, and finally opened the season! The dirt is already good in the forest, and more or less in the field. In the field there is another problem, if you dig a little deeper the ground is like stone, not very convenient to dig. And so, what did I have with me? As always – the “carrot” pointer ( the AT Pro Pointer), the metal...

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V4.0 update is available for the metal detector XP Deus! (Updated!)

The French company XP Detectors has finally released an update for the metal detector XP Deus V4.0. It is now final. Link here. And here is a direct link to the download. A detailed video on how to update your XP Deus. In case you do not know or it is difficult:) A lot is new in this update. More on the XP Deus we gather here! Soon there will be...

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New technology from Fisher/Teknetics coming this year?

  Recently, in Germany there was a major exhibition, IWA 2017. This is a huge exhibition of weapons, optics, gear and different Hobbies in the fresh air, mostly active, so metal detector manufacturers were also there. I was trying to find information on the results of the exhibition and i found some about the Fisher/Teknetics. As far as I know, Fisher/Teknetics constantly participates at this exhibition and traditionally announces new products or...

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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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Where to dig? (The eternal question)

While the yard is full of snow and it is still winter, I will suggest you to find new places to dig. Constantly I hear this question from my fellow diggers, so I think it necessary to tell you my views on this matter. Where to begin? Let’s look at everything in order. To understand where to go detecting, you need to have the necessary knowledge of local history and...

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Goodbye Minelab Eureka Gold!

It is now official that after 20 years of production, the Minelab Eureka Gold metal detector has ceased production. This is due to the release of a new detector, the Gold Monster 1000 , which we have written about here. However, technical support and service will not stop just yet, so that you can hang your Eureka Gold metal detector on the wall of a museum.   Source

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The sales of Garrett’s wireless module Z-Lynk has started! (+ Review)

Fellow detectorists, I hasten to inform you: the sales of the new wireless module Garret Z-Lynk has already started in the United States! Soon they are expected in Europe, where dealers have collected pre-orders. MSRP of $ 150 was confirmed. Moreover, I’ve noticed that prices for pre-order from dealers can vary significantly – there are proposals to acquire the module for 130 dollars! ? The set consists of the following...

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Why do you need a pinpointer? (Experienced diggers tips)

I remember when I was just starting metal detecting, I did not consider a pinpointer for a necessary gadget to have. I had a metal detector with the standard mono coil, and therefore i did not dig any deep holes. Therefore i often found the target pretty quickly. “And why do we need this pinpointer?” – I thought then. I kept on thinking so until a friend of mine gave me...