How to use metal detectors to find meteorites

In this article, we’ll tell you about such a hobby as meteorite hunting with a metal detector. When we discuss the topic of metal detectors, people tend to imagine detectorists digging the ground and looking for some ancient coins and relics. Very few of them know that with the help of metal detectors, you can go meteorite hunting as well. And the fact that meteorite pieces may cost much more than ancient coins very seldom pops into these people’s heads.

Most of those who decided to take up meteorite hunting as a hobby came to this idea by chance. Everyone knows that meteorite usually looks like an ordinary rock or a piece of iron.

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Metal detecting – only true stories about the hobby

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.

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Metal Detecting Glossary form A to Z

A Air Test: A test performed to give an indication of a detectors depth capabilities when a target is passed over the search head. This test is not an accurate indicator of ground depth penetration capability. Alkaline battery: Alkaline batteries are non-rechargeable batteries. Recommended for most detectors by the manufacturers. A type of battery able …

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