Videos: My First Gold Ring !

Just remember, when you're metal detecting and if you get a nickel or pull tab signal and you decide to pass it up, you may have just passed up a nice ring! This is your decision to make.





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8 comments:

Wayne said...

Agreed-

You've got to dig every signal regardless, too many gold rings fall in pull tab territory.

Also, you need to always rescan your dig hole after digging trash. Last saturday, I pulled me best valued civil war relic-a Federal US oval belt plate/buckle at 8 inches down. The plate is in very good condition.

I am very thankful for digging one of these most sought after and coveted items, but I am also thankful for having the presence of mind to rescan the hole after first removing the metal wire in the hole that was my first target. Had
I walked away after first digging a trash target from the hole, my US Federal Belt Buckle would still be in the ground awaiting another happy the'r to come right after me and dig it up.

HH

Wayne

www.personal-goal-setting.com/metal-detecting.html

ron said...

Yes I dug a half of horse shoe up at 6 inches on an old road in the woods , after throwing horse shoe part out , I rechecked hole and there was a ring in below it about an inch. , ky digger ron

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Anonymous said...

man where you from and how long you been detecting. my email is songwriter522@aol.com how do i get in touch this is my favorite hobby.

Anonymous said...

Cool!..You still being a pervert?..You preditor!

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Graysondigger@youtube.com said...

I agree! You have to dig those pultab and nickel signals to get the gold!

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