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Finding Roman Silver With The Fisher F44! (Find, Photos+)

There is a field near my city, on which many ceramic parts from the Chernyakhov culture (2 -5 c. AD) can be found for many centuries. This ancient settlement wass from the times of the Roman Empire, and it was huge (several square kilometers), so it’s not at all surprising that there are different kinds of stories about this place among diggers, I even know some of them. Story number 1....

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...

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Digging The Forest With The Fisher F44 (Diggers Story, Photos+)

I rarely make full reports about detecting, because I often tell about an interesting find. But today it will be a report about what I liked with my result. On a day off, four of us left in the morning to one promising forest. That area was interesting because there they have found a lot of different objects of the Cossack times. The forest I was planning to detect in,...

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How deep does the Fisher F44 detect? (Test, Video+)

Hello friends! You know the difference between a budget and an expensive metal detector? That’s right, an experienced digger knows – the price! And what about the depth? Most detectorists chase after the depth, and only experienced people go after new places to detect. The depth is not so important when you are looking for example two hours in a row, not everyone wants to be digging trenches, but why?...

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Will The Fisher F44 Have Less Depth With A Big Coil Compared To Other Detectors? (Testing, Answer +)

Flipping through some forums about detecting, I came across one very interesting question. Its essence is that the Fisher F44 because of its power in 2 AA batteries, does not preform as well with a large coil as other detectors. Because of this I have 2 questions: How does a metal detector with a large coil lose in depth of detection when the charge in the batteries decreases? Did the engineers...

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Scabbard Chape From The Kievan Rus! (Find, Photos+)

The snow just recently got off the ground, which already was there for three months, while I wanted to go out with my Fisher F44 detector. At that time, it was a lot of strong winds in the area, thereby drying the earth. So, the next weekend I went detecting in the fields, not being afraid of the mud. My chosen field was already dry enough to walk on it...

Which metal detector to choose in 2017? (The best Metal Detectors) 7

Which metal detector to choose in 2017? (The best Metal Detectors)

Now we have entered the year of 2017, and many diggers probably think about getting a new detector for the new season. Some has even already started to dig on the 1st and 2nd of January, and others, like me, waiting for when the end of the wind, the cold and the snow go away. The first fields will be ploughed, and there will be new discoveries. Over the past year I have...

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Fisher F44 – myths and reality (+ Diggers Tips)

I have been detecting with this detector for quite a while, and in different conditions, and, I believe that i know it very well now, so now I want to share my opinions about this device with you. Firstly, I want to definitely recommend this to all beginners – it is very simple and reliable, its large and easily with a readable display, you can easily see and understand all the information...

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What can be found on a European beach with a detector? (Fisher F44 with the Nel Tornado)

Usually, detectorists are divided into several categories – we have the “war-diggers” which digs old battlefields, there are “historians” who digs relics and coins, and there are “beach-detectorists”, who, like to listen to the sound of the waves and answer questions from curious tourists. Some people are a mix between these categories, but they all tilt more to one category. A friend has sent me photos from the summer as he...