Gold Cache Found With Metal Detector

Check this video out! An unemployed man finds a gold treasure cache worth millions in England. Out of work and on welfare, Terry Herbert buys an used metal detector and unearths one of the most remarkable finds in history. A hoard of gold from the 7th century along with many silver artifacts as well. The buried treasure consisted of 650 pieces of gold articles and 530 items made of silver. Total weight of the gold […]

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Old Homestead Coin Hunting

Coin hunting at an early 1900′s homestead. Using a Minelab E-Trac to unearth over 100 coins. On one find a signal was detected at 8 inches unveiling a rusted out bottle cap, directly underneath the bottle cap was a 1912-D V nickle. The Minelab E-Trac was able to penetrate the junk target revealing the desirable V nickle. Once you obtain permission to hunt these old sites, remember to always fill in your holes. Doing so […]

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Metal Detecting Tips For Parks

Number one rule is to always ask permission and know your local laws regarding metal detecting. This video is going to give some excellent metal detecting tips for hunting in parks. Some of the things you will learn are: Where to search to find the most valuable items. Where to look around trees. What playground equipment offers the best chance to uncover valuables. Whether a beginner to the hobby of metal detecting or an experienced […]

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Nugget Hunting With a Metal Detector

Nugget hunting with a Minelab GPX-4500 metal detector in Arizona. A faint signal was picked up in the red clay area just above bedrock. Using a small pick axe the gold nugget was recovered about 8 inches down in decomposed bedrock. Metal detecting for gold is a great hobby and also can pay off pretty well too. Metal detecting for gold takes a lot of time, patience and practice to become proficient. Some prospectors make […]

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Metal Detecting for Civil War Relics

Metal detecting for Civil War relics in Brandy Station, Virginia. Located on the Beauregard Farm, this relic hunt yields some very nice finds. General Robert E. Lee had an encampment near Culpeper after his victory at Chancellorsville in 1863. This was the beginning of the Gettysburg campaign, as Lee marched his troops north. On June 9, 1863, the largest cavalry battle took place at Brandy Station, VA between  Maj. Gen. Alfred Pleasonton of the Union army […]

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Garrett AT Gold Discrimination Tutorial

This video will discuss the discrimination settings found on the Garrett AT Gold metal detector. There are two modes of discrimination with settings ranging from 0 – 40. To adjust the levels you use the + or – buttons on the iron disc pad. Another nice feature is the iron audio which allows you to hear iron targets which have been discriminated out. This gives off a low tone audible signal which allows you to […]

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Recent Videos

  • 35 Silver Coins Found

    35 silver coins found during a 5 hour metal detecting hunt at an old bay. The first signal of the day yielded a Barber Half Dollar. This was just the start of a very good day swinging a detector. Watch the video and be amazed at what is still buried in the ground.

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  • $10 Million In Gold Coins Found

    $10 Million In Gold Coins Found

    A California couple walking their dog on their property found $10 million worth of gold coins buried in the ground. This find happened in 2013 in Northern California gold country . The gold coins (1427 of them) were 5, 10 and 20 dollar Lady Liberty minted from 1847 to 1894. Most of these coins were in mint condition. The couple found the first coffee can exposed laying in the dirt. At first they thought they […]

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  • Metal Detecting Construction Site

    Metal Detecting Construction Site

    Metal detecting at a construction site sometimes leads to hunting an untouched area. The first clump of dirt shown has a big silver coin embedded into it. Nice. Several silver dimes were also dug. A 1900 Barber quarter was dug after another scraping of the soil with the construction equipment. Several Buffalo and V nickels were dug. Another neat find was a pair of Indian head pennies stuck together. Lots of coins coming out of […]

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  • The New Garrett ATX Pulse Detector

    The New Garrett ATX Pulse Detector

    The New Garrett ATX Pulse Detector is now available for pre-order. This detector goes from highly mineralized soil to a saltwater setting without affecting performance. Click Here To Get Your Garrett ATX The Garrett ATX has a rugged design that conforms to strict military standards. Fully submersible up to 10 feet. The Garrett will even pick up the smallest of gold nuggets.

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  • Fisher Labs F70 Metal Detector

    Fisher Labs F70 Metal Detector

    Metal detecting enthusiast Russ Balbirona tells why he likes his Fisher Labs F70 metal detector. He says, “the Fisher F70 puts treasure in his pocket”. According to Russ, the F70 meets his criteria with these four factors, 1. versatility, 2. advanced technology, 3. simplicity and 4. money. Detecting with friends who swing detectors costing $2,000 or more, his Fisher F70 finds just as many targets or more. This metal detector can be purchased for $649 […]

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  • Georgia Civil War Relics

    Georgia Civil War Relics

    Searching for Georgia Civil War relics with this first time video maker. He finds a Georgia cuff button and an early artillery button. Also dug was a Swiss Chasseur bullet, a sharp pointed projectile. These bullets are pretty scarce. Using a Garrett AT Pro, he has uncovered some interesting artifacts from the Civil War. These relics have been buried for about 150 years. Thanks for watching.

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  • 2012 E-TRAC Silver Finds

    2012 E-TRAC Silver Finds

    2012 Minelab E-TRAC metal detector silver finds video. A lot of these silver coins come from digging at 1950′s era schools. On the jewelry side, 75 silver rings were dug using the E-TRAC. That’s quite the collection of silver coins found in 2012. I believe the oldest coin was an 1854 Seated quarter. A total of 295 dimes, I would be happy to find just a fraction of those. How about you? Thanks for watching.

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  • Another Schoolyard Hunt

    Another Schoolyard Hunt

    Another schoolyard metal detecting hunt. This school was built around 1959 – 1960. This video captures three hunts last week, starting the day after Christmas 2012. Two buddies out on a quest to dig silver in between all of the clad signals. Mainly just digging high tone quarter signals, which may of led to missing a few Roosevelt silver dimes. Two Washington silver quarters and one Roosevelt silver dime from one hole. He had to […]

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  • Minelab CTX 3030 in Combined Mode

    Minelab CTX 3030 in Combined Mode

    Compilation of metal detecting videos using a Minelab CTX 3030. The user is trying to master his new $2,500 detector during the summer of 2012. He does find several silver coins and demonstrates how the CTX 3030 picks up good signals among trashy items. Also, digging targets out of well worked areas. If anybody out there has an extra $2,500 laying around, this user definitely shows the detector in action. I suppose if you already […]

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  • Barber Quarter Find

    Barber Quarter Find

    Digging a 1915 Barber quarter in this metal detecting video. Taken in the state of Oregon using a Minelab E-TRAC. This particular Oregon detectorist gives credit to his E-TRAC for his finds the past year. The silver coin came out of what looks like a baseball field near a school. Also, the houses around the area are older homes. Thanks for watching.

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