Metal detectors, like any other equipment, require a maximum of attention and proper care. If you don’t pay enough attention to these, your device may fail you at any moment.
When I took up metal detecting, I didn’t understand much, especially when I heard such words as discrimination, ground balance, mineralization, etc. I didn’t adjust the ground balance. I just turned the metal detector in and hurried to start treasure hunting.
Moreover, even sometime later, I was still using automatic manufacturer’s settings, and these were quite enough for me. Only when I became a more experienced digger, I started to see how important is proper setting and adjusting of the ground balance. This is the experience I’d like to share with you here.
The article will tell you which metal detector is better for beach hunting and what you should take into account while selecting the device as well as why brackish water is a problem for beach hunting, what black sand is, what is wrong with gold chains and what VLF stands for.
Metal detecting has become popular relatively recently, and it seems to stay popular for not that long, though. Why? Because this is a kind of a hobby with a finite resource. Since what you have dug out from the ground will never get back there.
So, the above-mentioned means that you should enjoy metal detecting while you can.
This article will help you to know everything about metal detecting. You will find out what kind of treasures to look for and where; what metal detectors to use as well as how to clean and store your valuable findings.
Also, here there is information about the equipment and metal detectors you may need as well as how to avoid the most common metal detecting mistakes.
Are you going to buy a metal detector for your kid to make treasure hunting your family hobby? But what metal detector model to get and what to explain to your kid before taking the first treasure hunting trip? This is what we are going to discuss in this review.