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So it’s gotten to the point where Googling “why do I set off airport body scanners groin” has gained popularity—what a world. You’ve got to be sick and tired of counting on the inevitable alarm and subsequent TSA groin pat-down. I know I would be.
Did you know that metal detectors can be used to find property pins? Property pins are survey markers that are placed within the ground by property owners and surveyors. Property pins can be found on almost every property.
Hey there Diggers! Today I want to discuss a metal detector I had the chance to test out. And while you might be a staunch advocate of the likes of Garrett and Minelab devices, I ask that you hear me out and consider an alternative. I’m talking about SAKOBS GC-1078 waterproof metal detector that boasts an 11-inch…
Any late summer vacation plans coming up? Are you planning on using your metal detector at Myrtle Beach? It can be an excellent spot to find hidden treasures, but you’ll need to know the local rules and restrictions.
The surest way to identify a cannonball is to determine its weight, diameter, material makeup, and location it was found. While unique markers would be helpful, these aren’t traditionally found on the majority of old cannonballs.
As someone who’s no stranger to physical labor and its toll on your body, I’m confident that a long-handled sand scoop is a metal detecting necessity! The strain in my back is a regular reminder to let my tools do the job they’re meant to do. So which sand scoop should you consider for your next hunt?
If you had asked me this question fifteen or twenty years ago, the answer would have been more complicated. But thanks to modern technology and the growing need for metal detector brands to become more adaptable, metal detectors are no longer made for a single population group.
To keep it simple, yes, stainless steel will set off a metal detector, but not always due to the threshold of the metal detector. Not so convincing? I get it. You need a more in-depth look at this mysterious alloy. So let’s go!