When metal detecting, I find that kneepads are a necessity. As you kneel to pinpoint and dig targets, your knees are exposed to all manner of rough surfaces, rocks, and other hazards. So, I go through 2-3 pair per year – and each time I’ve bought different types, trying to find a favorite. For
Did a video of some of my hunting Father’s day weekend. Ended up a 6 silver weekend with 3 Rosies, 2 Mercs and a Barber dime, and did live dig video on two of them. This video is fun because of a 5-coin 1910s pocketspill (copper and nickle.) Enjoy and subscribe!
A week ago, I made a stupid mistake. I left my Lesche “Relic” metal detecting shovel at an old house. When I returned, it was gone. This review describes other relic-hunting shovels I’ve owned and why now, I’m in love with the Sampson. Here’s the story. I was pissed to see $60 walk away to
Sunburn – when will I remember to put sunscreen on my neck? Dehydration – drink lots of water when you’re out. A cooler is a great idea and they’re cheap. Tendonitis– detecting uses a lot of muscles – my Achilles tendon is strained now. Stretching is a great idea, as is rotating your swing, changing how