Tagged: Finds

Teknetics T2+ strikes XVII century coin! 0

Teknetics T2+ strikes XVII century coin!

That’s really amazing and great! Brand new Teknetics T2+ strikes XVII century coin, dated 1670+, Swedish 1/4 öre! Not a very rare or expensive find, but still very amazing to find it just right in a center of a village! And as you can still see – coin is preserved well and in nice condition! You can order yours T2+ kit here: Teknetics T2+ Bundle! Use CODE: A1479 Have a...

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Review Of The CORS Strike Coil Using The Teknetics Patriot Detector And Finding A Rare Coin! (Finds, Photos+)

The Teknetics Patriot metal detector turned out to be an excellent detector! It has a good depth and it determines the finds pretty good, you can detect with it both in open fields and in trashy areas, it’s a pity that there are no small coils for it yet, but since I dig mostly in the fields, I decided to improve this metal detector with the purchase of an additional...

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Is It Possible To Boost The Depth Of The Garrett ACE 400i? (Diggers Tips, Finds+)

It would seem reasonable that an entry-level metal detector could be improved a little, right? Maybe improved in terms of depth, because the Garrett ACE series, although famous among detectorists, sometimes lack a little on the depth factor. There has been quite a lot of discussions about the possibilities of these metal detectors, but nothing is better than going out in practice and finding the answer to this question that no-one...

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76.2 mm Regimental Gun M1927 Found In Estonia (Photos+)

The 2018 detecting season has not only begun for the diggers of coins in the fields because war-relic hunters have also started. This year, the members of the Otsing Club (“detecting club”) found a 76.2-mm regimental gun, the 1927 model, in the swamps of Narva. A total of 18,000 such guns were produced, of which only a small number have survived to this day. It’s good that in Estonia, the...

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Finds – Russian Coins In England (Photos+)

It so happened that I am subscribed to different pages and communities of various diggers around the world on Facebook, as well as to all the pages of metal detector manufacturers. How can I be without this, otherwise there will be no place to scoop up information about new items and various interesting finds. I am a member in a small, but very cozy community of one manufacturer of analog metal...

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Detecting In Germany Part 1: The 1866 Austro-Prussian War! (Diggers Story, Finds, Photos+)

I recently went to Germany for the purpose of visiting my friend Marco and decided to bring my detector with me, just in case we had some spare time for detecting. And luckily it turned out that we had, and that brought us some really cool finds and an unforgettable experience! So, let’s get to the story itself: I decided to bring with me my XP Deus detector, as I...

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First Time Detecting With The Garrett AT MAX! (Testing The Novelty, Finds+)

Greetings fellow detectorists! It seems to be winter, but with my weather and sea climate, I can dig even without a break, as I understand it. It’s cold and then it’s hot, and everything is changing one after another. Rain on New Year’s Eve is usual, so I did not fail to take advantage of the weather. When a little bit of the ground froze, I went to check out...

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Second Time Detecting With The Makro Racer 2 And Nel Tornado Coil (Finds, Photos+)

I decided to add this article to the previous story about digging with the Macro Racer 2 and the Nel Tornado coil. This time the three of us went to a field where I had found a fibula before, and bronze from the times of Kievan Rus. Objects from the late, as well as early Middle Ages, can also be found here. And this time I did not find anything from the times...

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Sherman Tanks Retrieved From The “Thomas Donaldson” Ship (Video, Photos+)

  Recently, an interesting event occurred – specialists from the Northern Fleet rescue team retrieved 2 Sherman Tanks, it seems with the modification of the M4A2 (76) W, from a ship called “Thomas Donaldson”. “Thomas Donaldson” was sunk on March 20, 1945, by a submarine U-995. And the first unfortunate vessel with an American crew and more than 6 thousand tons of different equipment and cargo on board that was...