Month: April 2020

Where to Learn: Metal Detecting Books
Skills

Where to Learn: Metal Detecting Books

When you are just starting out in the hobby of metal detecting there is a lot to learn. There will be information flying at you from just about every direction and you will need to learn to filter it. That is why I always suggest that you start out your journey with some metal detecting…

What to Do With Metal Detecting Finds
Skills

What to Do With Metal Detecting Finds

There are many joys to be had when taking part in metal detecting as a hobby. The entire hobby offers so much for just about everyone. Of course, at the end of the day there is nothing like enjoying your metal detecting finds. Of course one thing that many struggle with is what to do…

Choosing a Metal Detecting Shovel
Gear

Choosing a Metal Detecting Shovel

One of the most valuable pieces of equipment that any detectorist can purchase is a metal detecting shovel. While some will argue that the metal detector itself is more important, however, I disagree. Pretty much any metal detector on the market will find buried treasure, but there is nothing worse than having a sub-par shovel…

Value in Metal Detecting Videos
News

Value in Metal Detecting Videos

As you are well aware, we are living in the digital age. Technology has become the go to for just about anyone in the world. We get most of the information that we digest each and every day from phones, computers and tablets. This is why we will discuss metal detecting videos in today’s post….

Metal Detecting with Holy Thorns and Killer Cows
News

Metal Detecting with Holy Thorns and Killer Cows

Most people in the world consider metal detecting to be a rather danger-free hobby. It makes sense really, this view that folks have of our fair hobby. However, I, for one, do not believe that it is not one of the most dangerous of all the hobbies out there! Let me explain…. The first incident…

Interesting Facts from the Civil War
News

Interesting Facts from the Civil War

Two for One: Chang and Eng Bunker, considered to be the first set of Siamese Twins, were popular attractions on the show circuit. Joined at the sternum, the brothers learned to make the best of the life that they had been given. They retired from the show circuit, moved to North Carolina, opened a successful…