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Thursday, 29 May 2014

How to eradicate "nighthawks" from metal detecting.

They are the burden of every responsible detectorist who tries to go about this hobby in a ethical and controlled way. With morals set as low as a snakes belly it seems nothing will get in the way of their desire to score valuable artefacts

Monday, 26 May 2014

XP Deus metal detector review

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XP Deus metal detector review submitted by Terry W - Bedford.


I have owned the XP Deus metal detector for around three months now, my main reason for purchasing this

Garrett ace 250 metal detector review

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Garrett ace 250 metal detector review submitted by Andy B


The Garrett Ace 250 metal detector is probably the most popular entry level metal detector of all time, the vast majority of detectorists have owned one of these or have had a go with one. The retail price for this

Whites mxt 300 metal detector review

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A review of the whites mxt 300 metal detector by Thehunterdepot.com

Treasure hunting can not only be a fun hobby, but also a profitable one. If this is a hobby that may have some appeal, getting the right equipment is essential. However when starting with a new hobby you don’t need to go out and spend $1000+

Garrett pro pointer metal detector review

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A pro pointer is one of them items that at first many who start metal detecting over look. It's not until you have spent half of your metal detecting time trying to locate a find in the bottom of a hole that you realise there must be something that can make find

Friday, 23 May 2014

Falling out of love with metal detecting.

I seem to be losing interest in metal detecting recently. I seem to have no time for the hobby and when I do get the chance for an hour or so I seem to always choose to do something else

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Its time I got back on the permission hunt.

As I sit looking out the window the window I am surrounded by acres and acres of arable farm land, yet I don't have one square foot that I can metal detect on.

The River Humber has just started its yearly silt which makes it almost impossible