Not to brag, or anything (okay…maybe a little!) this was one of the first sites on the Web to interview industry insiders and put their unique perspectives on the written page for hobby enthusiasts. I’ve had conversations with legends at Fisher, White’s, Detectorpro, Teknetics and more. The “brains” behind some of the coolest detectors on the planet!
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…even had human remains in the cockpit! http://www.ksl.com/?sid=43418622&nid=235&title=boy-finds-wwii-jet-with-pilots-remains-in-cockpit
Check out this site…really good information! http://www.smarterhobby.com/metal-detecting/
Awesome vintage detectors…credit for photos to various sources. Have an old machine? Send me a pic and I’d love to add it. Feel free to comment on these if you have more info.
Interesting video takes you on a virtual tour of White’s Electronics in Sweet Home, Oregon. The host is…well, you be the judge! Kind of a kid in a candy shop sort of thing. Anyway, White’s has been in the biz for MANY years and has a ton of awesome metal detectors.
I DO NOT agree with the current rules, laws and regs related to metal detecting in the the US…especially when it comes to finding historically valuable relics. HOWEVER…sneaking around and doing this kind of thing makes it even worse for those of us who follow rules and try to help the hobby be seen in a good light.
Due to some technical issues, we have migrated the forums to the WordPress forum package. All old posts were imported, so no lost information! It is different than what you were used to, but has a better future ahead…and is integrated with WordPress so it’s easier to manage (for me, anyway!)
A couple of things:
Hi everyone…here is the next in my ongoing series of metal detector tests on the same deep silver dime. Up to bat is the Fisher F75 SE. So far, this one knocks it out of the park as “best” at giving me a “DIG ME!” signal on the dime. Like I’ve said before though, lots of variables to consider from ground moisture to undetectable RF noise.