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Excavation Of An Ilyushin DB-3 Bomber Aircraft Near Vyborg (Finds, Photos+)

WW2 excavations my friends, are not just shells and helmets, but also military aircrafts, vehicles and so on (with great success and desire of course). Every year there is less and less of it, but there are still many places where you can find different fragments, especially when it comes to airplanes. During WW2, every day there fell several dozen aircrafts in different parts of the huge Soviet-German front. And...

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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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Nokta Impact – review of the PRO kit (Review, Photos+)

We have long been watching the release of the new Turkish metal detector Nokta Impact. Back in 2015, when it was first announced that they began work on a new metal detector that would have three frequencies and promised to show a good result, we strongly pricked up our ears. Which happened. The impact was released in 2017 and we have written about this novelty release already here: Nokta Impact...

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The “Manufacturer” of Deteknix Has Sunk Into Oblivion (News!)

    Well, then? The story that lasted a whole year has finally ended – the “manufacturer” of Deteknix has sunk into oblivion. The court about First Texas and Deteknix, about which we wrote earlier here, has now ended. Now the Chinese will produce metal detectors under the new brand “Quest Metal Detectors”. An interesting trend: no matter how you will judge the Chinese, where one Chinese disappears, there will...

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Teknetics Direct August Promotion 2017!

The crops will soon be harvested, and we will have yet another season for exploring what hides under the fields, I personally can’t wait! But in the meantime, how about getting a new detector for your “arsenal”, or just simply your first detector to open up the new season with? Well if so, then I will be happy to share with you the super deal by Teknetics! You get the...

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An Ordinary Day Of WW2 Detecting (Diggers Story, Photos+)

Have you ever dreamed about digging WW2, but have never had the opportunity to do so? Well I have, and my dream became reality. I live in a place where there never were any battles or much of action, so I do not have the opportunity to dig much WW2 relics where I live, but I have always been wanting to do so. And one day, one of my friends...

Metal Detector Fisher F44 and CORS Detonation coil depth test! (Video+) 0

Metal Detector Fisher F44 and CORS Detonation coil depth test! (Video+)

Are you wondering how to improve detection depth on your simple Fisher F44 metal detector? That’s easy – and trust me, you will get more finds with it, because it is a lot of relic waiting to be detected located on a depth more than 15 cm. Why 15 cm? It is average efficient depth for the almost every cheap and semi professional metal detector! Answer is simple – just...

Teknetics Direct 4th of July Promotion 2017! 0

Teknetics Direct 4th of July Promotion 2017!

Hello guys! Got a good news about Teknetics Ameritek Offer. Teknetics Metal Detectors have a good offer if you need to update of simply get your first metal detector! They are having a huge sale from June 26th until July 11th 2017 at http://www.tekneticsdirect.com. All you need is to use my code A1479 during checkout at to receive the following with an Ameritek purchase. $50 off MSRP FREE rain cover FREE coil...

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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...