Tagged: Diggers tips

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Detecting In 2017, The Secrets Of Beach Detecting! (Diggers Story, Finds, Tips, Photos+)

This year, unexpectedly, I traveled on vacation to the Odessa region, namely the settlement Zatoka. I got there at the beginning of the vacation season. Why I was going to the sea at this time of the year, my digging at the sea, and how many detectorists I saw there, you can read about now. In 2017, all the Black Sea coast regions were packed with vacationers. The famous “Odessa...

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Improved Treasure Hunters Backpack (What A Beast, Review, Photos+)

Hello, friends! A couple of months ago a friend visited me and said: “I watched a video from a detectorist here, and a cool backpack was advertised.” In general, we are very interested to see what kind of backpack this and I bought it. My friend took one backpack in camouflage, and I myself took one in mono-color, so as not to stand out in the crowd too much if...

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A Backpack For Detecting? The UMBTS 6SH112 25 Liters Patrol Backpack With The A-Tacs FG Camo! (Review, Photos +)

Hello, friends! I love tactical equipment and, I tell you, it’s not out of nothing! In addition, I use a lot of such tactical equipment for detecting, so what are the advantages of the tactical equipment I have? The main reasons are: Convenience. In tactical equipment, the maximum of convenience is observed at long transitions in the most unfavorable environments. Practicality. With constant movement and being away from comfortable habitats,...

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Finding Horse Decorations! (Identifying Finds, Photos +)

“Buttons from Gulliver’s pants” – this is the name that unexperienced detectorists sometimes call these finds, but of course they are wrong. Before you on this picture you can see a brass decoration buckle from a horse harness, or as we diggers like to call them, “horse buckles”. Such decorations were an invariable attribute from every farmer in the distant and not very distant past, and these days it is a...

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Steiner Safari UltraSharp 10×30 – A Review Of The Binoculars For The Traveler!

Hello friends! I haven’t written about optics for a long time now. I will return again to this favorite topic. At the moment, we are talking about the next German product made by Steiner, offering us very high-quality optics at a quite friendly price. The Steins produce not only binoculars, but also monoculars, telescopic sights, collimator sights with a red dot and just prisms, in general, the choice is great....

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How To Properly Clean And Protect Coins And Other Finds (Instructions, Result, Photos+)

Most of the coins, relics, and other things we find with our detectors are often in a very poor state of preservation. Sometimes it even is impossible to for example identify coins and the year of issue. The degree of preservation of the find often depends on the conditions in which it was found. For example, coins and buttons found in the sand, as rule, are well-preserved, and items found...

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Wehrmacht WW2 Belt Buckles (Description, Variants, Identifying Finds +)

I will continue the subject of the “identifying finds from the Wehrmacht”. In the previous part we wrote about the mess kits of the Wehrmacht during the Second World War, about what types there was and how to determine them here: Wehrmacht Kochgeschirr. If you have not seen or read that article yet- I recommend it. Now I would like to tell more about the belt buckle of the Wehrmacht, and...

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German Wehrmacht Mess Kits “Kochgeschirr” (Identifying Finds, Photos+)

A standard German mess kit, or “Kochgeschirr” as the Germans call it, consisted of two halves; the bottom or the “mess kit”, closed with a lid on top, which could be used as a pan. They were originally made of aluminium. The height of the Kochgeschirr is approximately 14 cm and it can hold about 1.7 liters. It is shaped kind of like a kidney when viewed from above. The...