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XP MI-6 Pinpointer (Our Review!)

For what you need a pinpointer and what it is useful for, during detecting, we have already written and told about a million times. I even wrote a post on this topic, but now, it seems to me, everyone knows that digging without a pinpointer means spending a lot of time digging out the find. And what if you dig tiny hammered coins? These finds are difficult to find without...

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New “Outrageous” Detecting Laws Introduced In Sweden 2018! (News, Information+)

Metal detecting is a very popular and widespread hobby, and in the last century, the number of hobby detectorists has increased greatly. There are a lot of countries where metal detecting is allowed, and in most of these countries, the hobby is very popular. Sweden is no exception for this, but at the start of 2018, there was a new law passed in Sweden that has sparked a lot of...

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Makro Kruzer, Multi Kruzer and Gold Kruzer – New Metal Detectors From Makro Detectors – Updated! (New for 2018 and Review+)

Yes, it happened! The well-known manufacturer Makro just announced three new metal detectors of the new series – Gold Kruzer, Kruzer, and Multi Kruzer! The only difference between these different models are the frequencies – the Multi Kruzer has multiple frequencies, while the Kruzer has one. The gold Kruzer model has a frequency of 61 kHz and is designed specifically to search for gold!   Our small team participated in...

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Fisher F75 Review: Information, Thoughts and Personal Experience! (Finds, Photos+)

The Fisher F75, the flagship metal detector of Fisher Research Labs, is a professional level detector. This detector has a great design, impressive technology and it is overall an amazing detector that is in no way inferior to the more expensive models of other manufacturers. I have now owned this metal detector for quite a long time, and I truly am happy for buying it. With it, I have detected...

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Golden Mask 4 PRO S – Reviewing and Testing The Metal Detector! (Video, Photos+)

Hello, readers of our blog, where we collect all the news, write interesting and useful diggers reviews of metal detectors and used equipment for detecting, and just share useful things so that you can dig out more interesting finds! Yes, there will soon be a handful of useful information, all in the process of preparation. In the meantime, a fresh review has appeared in time for a new modification of...

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Museum Idiotism and How the Visitors Are Being Confused! (Photos+)

I propose to talk on such a sensitive topic as “errors” in information in museum stands. After all, state museums are a source of serious information. People write scientific works, relying on museum exhibits and specialized literature in the field of history and archeology. It’s one thing if it’s just typos or spelling errors on information stands in museums. Which also, of course, surprises, but not so much that it...

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Fisher F22 – Unboxing, Assembly And First Impressions! (Review, Video, Photos+)

Recently I got hold of the Fisher F22 metal detector, which is a pretty decent metal detector both for an entry level detectorist and as an additional detector for the experienced detectorist. After receiving it, I decided to make a short video of the unboxing and the assembly of this detector, to see what is in the kit, and how to assemble the Fisher F22! But first, let’s start with...

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A New Metal Detector From Makro On The Way? (New For 2018!)

A Makro Manufacturer recently congratulated all the diggers on the upcoming Christmas and New Year on his Facebook page. He did it as usual with a picture of a future metal detector. And here is what we see: A lady without her mask climbed into the water, saw something and even found it. Apparently this detector is really good! (By the way, greetings to all the divers!😉) But in fact,...

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Transferring Finds To The Museums, How Does This Happen? (Info, Interesting!)

Since the topic is quite relevant, it was decided to write a separate post on this issue. It should immediately be noted that I do not agitate anyone to hand over their finds to museums. I will only describe the process of transferring the objects. Annually on October 7th, in some museums, there is a special holiday – the Day of the donor. A donor is a person who donates...

Detecting WW2 spot with Teknetics Patriot (Digger's Digest!) 0

Detecting WW2 spot with Teknetics Patriot (Digger’s Digest!)

He guys! Just couple of days ago I’ve been out detecting a WW2 spot with new Teknetics Patriot metal detector. That was a great day and I had a lot of fun and some good finds also! Check out this latest video story about my detecting and take a look how is it to detect in Eastern Europe, when you have a lot of signals under your coil, but you...