Recommended Products for Water or Beach Metal Detecting
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Recommended Products for Water or Beach Metal Detecting

What is the right equipment for getting into water or beach metal detecting? Or what should you look for when wanting to upgrade your current equipment to something better? It doesn’t take much research to know that water can do a lot of damage to metal detecting equipment. Add ocean salt to the mix and…

What to Consider When Buying Your First Beach Sand Scoop for Metal Detecting
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What to Consider When Buying Your First Beach Sand Scoop for Metal Detecting

For a beach detectorist, a sand scoop is just as important as a good metal detector. New beach detectorists realize quickly the design of a scoop adds to factoring whether a day at the beach is good or bad detecting. When people first get into the hobby, they often start with a plastic sand scoop…

Tarsacci MDT 8000 Metal Detector
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Tarsacci MDT 8000 Metal Detector

Ideal for coin, beach, and relic hunting the Tarsacci MDT 8000 Metal Detector excels where other detectors might struggle with very mineralized ground. It is lightweight, durable, waterproof (IP68 rating, up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes), and made in the United States, California. First, of its kind, the Tarsacci MDT 8000 has Mixed Domain…

The Ideal Metal Detecting Shovel for Rocky Ground
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The Ideal Metal Detecting Shovel for Rocky Ground

I went to a particular beach to metal detect and that week it was all rock; so rocky no sand scoop could handle it. I really needed a shovel and my current excursions were really highlighting it was time to upgrade my diggers and get a decent shovel. When talking to fellow detectorists I highly…

XTREME X3 All-Terrain Titanium Sand Scoop Review
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XTREME X3 All-Terrain Titanium Sand Scoop Review

I had the opportunity to try the XTREME X3 All-Terrain Titanium Sand Scoop. My metal detecting buddy suggested I use his new titanium sand scoop instead of my very heavy stainless steel scoop since I was getting over being under the weather and still lacking energy. Concerned about the several flights of steps down to…