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Tips for Metal Detecting

Saturday 28 July 2007 @ 9:48 pm

Buying a metal detector is just the first step in a persons’ quest to look for old coins and jewelry. Before going on that expedition, here are a few tips worth knowing that will help make the search successful.

1. People who don’t know how to use a metal detector should learn from those who know how to use it. This will make it easier for the user to know when there is something worth digging or just ignoring and continue on with the search.

2. Before going out, the metal detector should be checked to make sure it is functioning properly. The best way would be to hide a coin in the garage and have the individual successfully find it; this will increase the chances of finding other artifacts during the treasure hunt.
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Tips for Metal Detecting

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Promising Locations for Metal Detecting Finds

Saturday 26 May 2007 @ 8:51 pm

If you’re at a loss on where to start searching for buried treasures, get your metal detectors and flashlights ready and blinking because we have several suggestions in mind for you:

National Forests - It’s a good place to start exploring because most rangers are courteous and quite willing to help metal detecting aficionados like you. You’re also allowed to own any finds you detect as long as it’s less than 50 years old, file a claim, and even prospect for gold.

Indian Reservation - These are very promising locations, indeed, but you have to be Cheyenne to legally search in Cheyenne land and so forth. If you don’t look Indian, you’d better find someone who is.
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Create a Metal Detecting Book

Tuesday 3 April 2007 @ 12:32 am

Why not? If you have the knowledge, experience, and the passion, you can certainly create a metal detecting book all by yourself. If you think penetrating the paperback market is too lofty a goal, then you can try publishing an E-book first.

WRITING SKILLS AREN’T NECESSARY.
It’s not important if you’re not blessed with a talent for prose; you can easily employ a ghostwriter to do the writing for you. Or, if you wish to try it out with your own words, go ahead and do so, then have a professional edit your work.

HAVE A TARGET READER IN MIND.
Do you wish to address the needs of novices or advanced metal detecting enthusiasts like yourself? Perhaps, all you wish to do is share anecdotes about metal detecting, the small but infinitely funny episodes that many a metal detecting hobbyist could easily relate to.
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Metal Detecting

Thursday 29 March 2007 @ 12:58 am

One of the main things rookies to metal detecting can do is to link themselves to older or more experienced people. They can do this by joining clubs or organizations. It is really solely up to you if you really want to do it alone or with a companion who shares the same interest. Determine what will work best for you when metal detecting. Here is a list of the perks and disadvantages of being alone or being with a group.What are the perks of doing it on your own?

- You get to retain everything you see and pick. It’s all yours. If you struck gold then you have the entire treasure.
- You can do your thing. This is good for people who hate being told what to. You will have your own time and do whatever you want.
- Your own pace. You can do everything swiftly or you can do it at a snails pace to check every nook and cranny.
- You are the boss. You control everything there is.
- When you get tired you can rest and not have to worry about another member complaining that they are doing all the work.
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Metal Detecting

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Metal Detector Parts

Monday 26 March 2007 @ 12:48 am

If you are one of those people who wonder about those weird people with sticks that make noises, think no more. What they are holding are called metal detectors and they are not only used by treasure hunters but also for security purposes like bomb or firearm detection. These contraptions are very useful. They can give signals even from the smallest coin deep sited.

How can it detect those metals? Here is a 101 on the parts of a detector and how it works. You need to know the parts of it and its operation to understand what this contraption is telling you when you hear those weird beeps.

Metal detectors for hobbyists or those who just try metal detecting for fun; has equipment that is simple and lightweight, unlike those for security purposes. This simple contraption is composed of uncomplicated parts.
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Metal Detector Parts

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Graduating from Metal Detecting Enthusiasts to Metal Detecting Professionals

Wednesday 21 March 2007 @ 12:35 am

There’s no question about your enthusiasm for metal detecting but there’s everything to doubt about your metal detecting skills. If you want to transform your enthusiasm into something more productive, visible, and concrete - such as obtaining real honest-to-goodness finds - here are some simple tips to upgrade your metal detecting abilities to the next level:

On Using Metal Detectors
In order to prevent losing depth, always remember to keep your metal detector low and flat to the ground. Don’t neglect to use headphones, no matter how keen your hearing is. Take your time sweeping grounds; if you’re after valuable finds rather than beating the record on who finds something the fastest, sweep the ground slowly and with painstaking care. Make several sweeps on the same area to ensure that you missed nothing. Lastly, take the time reading your metal detector’s user guide, if any has been provided.
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Tidbits on metal detecting

Friday 16 March 2007 @ 12:45 am

Isn’t it fun to discover hidden metal objects? In this article you will find information on how you can find pieces of metal in places you might never have thought they might be. You don’t have to excavate your entire lot just to end up with a single piece coin with little or no value. What you can do for hassle free ‘treasure hunting’ is get a metal detector and learn to use it.

First thing you can do is join a club or a group that focuses on metal detecting. You can get input, ideas and even learn from their past mistakes by chatting with such a group. You will be able to gain many things from other people and maybe even be able to share your own experiences in the future with other rookies. Try searching online for these groups.
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The Secret to Cleaning Your Metal Detecting Finds

Tuesday 13 March 2007 @ 12:53 am

Metal detecting is considered to be one of today’s most sought-after hobbies. In fact, nearly 80% of people who are into treasure hunting love metal detecting as well.

Many people have tried metal detecting, but only those who know what it takes to become successful in metal detecting accomplish something. People who persevere the most tend to find more treasures than any other person does, even if they have been doing metal detecting for many years.

This goes to show that metal detecting is not just any “finder’s keepers, losers weepers” game. The valuables that people find are not appraised just because they are rare. Most importantly, their values depend on the perseverance people use when finding metals.
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How to Find the Best Cheap Metal Detector

Thursday 8 March 2007 @ 12:39 am

Buying cheap metal detector can be very tricky. That is because you might get either a fake one or a weak metal detector. So if you want to find a good buy on cheap metal detectors, here are some tips you need to know.

1. Know your needs

Buying a cheap metal detector does not necessarily mean you have to compromise your needs. It will never be a good buy if it cannot provide you with the appropriate functions that you need.
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How to Buy a Metal Detector the Easy Way

Monday 5 March 2007 @ 1:19 am

How are you planning to go on with your metal detecting hobby if you don’t buy a metal detector? Unless you’re a true-blue geek and you are well-skilled (enough to build your own metal detector) chances are you don’t have a choice but to buy a metal detector, right?

So what actually is a metal detector in the first place you might ask? A metal detector is a complex device that directs you toward metal mines.

Metal detectors are meant to facilitate treasure hunting. If you don’t choose well which to buy, you might just be wasting your money. Here are some tried tips on how to buy your best metal detecting buddy - the metal detector:

1. Determine first where you are going to use your metal detector.
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