metal detecting

Discussion in 'U.K.' started by paulfreespirit, Apr 28, 2007.

  1. paulfreespirit

    paulfreespirit Senior Member

    ANY DUDE USED A METAL DETECTOR ? if so WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND ? .....................argghhhhhhhh thes treasure up in them hills up their (sorry for the pirates attempted accent )...........APPARENTLY £9.99 FOR A METAL DETECTOR IN NETTO .........go out and seek your treasures .
  2. ripple

    ripple Member

    Ive got one, never found anything with it though other than empty beer cans. Oh and a chamber pot!
  3. paulfreespirit

    paulfreespirit Senior Member

    hmmmm thought it would be interesting to have a go at castle grounds "old battlefields etc etc . do yo still have that chamberpot ? is it in one piss (sorry man could"nt resist )
  4. ripple

    ripple Member

    I was thinking on trying the fields around a castle near me, theres sighns up saying no metal detecting but that just makes it more fun :) Theres also an old roman fort which would be good. Left the chamber pot where I found it i the back garden!
  5. shirley

    shirley Member

    mm I was just saying the other day that we should take one round the park, there must be loads of loose change around.
  6. paulfreespirit

    paulfreespirit Senior Member

    yer never know apart from loose change you could find something more of value
  7. mynameiskc

    mynameiskc way to go noogs!

    i've never used a metal detector, but i've found countless arrowheads and potsherds wandering around the mountains. old bottles from the settlers, abandoned homesteads, cool old cars and old burned up trashpiles. dave's grandpa dug up and anasazi once when he was a kid. his family turned it over to the dine and they gave it a proper burial. you can't collect all this stuff you find, no matter how cool. being a "thief of time" is a federal crime here.
  8. paulfreespirit

    paulfreespirit Senior Member

    thats some finds kc if you find something over their and hand it over to the state do you get a monetary reward ?

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