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Tips on Beach Metal Detecting and Beach Metal Gadgets

Sunday 28 January 2007 @ 12:57 am

Metal detecting gadgets have been around for hundreds of years but were just perfected recently. With minor opportunities for improvement, metal detectors used in conjunction with a beach metal detector are a perfect tool for use in marine biology and for general boating purposes.

What exactly does a beach metal detector do? Beach metal detectors work specifically the same way as an ordinary metal detector just on a different media, that is, water. While the water is the primary consideration in the function of the beach metal detector, the water content is also another thing that should also be considered.

It is generally true that beach or salt water contains electrolytic substances (components of salt: sodium and chlorine).  The beach metal detecting gadget should work on selectively identifying true metals and metallic substances and non-metallic elements.
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Metal Detecting Ethics

Monday 8 January 2007 @ 12:59 am

Golden Rules to Observe During Metal Detecting

Metal detecting is a fun hobby to have…but it’s a hobby that can easily place you under arrest (with bail, don’t worry) or the object of people’s rage. To avoid both unfavorable consequences, keep in mind the following tips on metal detecting ethics:

ALWAYS ASK PERMISSION
Even if you personally know the landowner and are certain that the landowner is the generous and forgiving type, it’s still important to obtain proper permission before letting your metal detector do its work. To safeguard both of your interests as well, a written consent is better than mere verbal sanction.
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