Tuesday, September 25, 2018

DSMDC participates in Princeton Battlefield's Young Patriot's Day.

On Sunday, September 23, 2018 DEEP SEARCH METAL DETECTING CLUB participated in the Princeton Battlefield Young Patriots Day
Activities for school-age children and families highlighted colonial life and the American Revolutionary War.  
The following are some photographs from this event













Thursday, September 13, 2018


Metal-detecting can be a lot of fun, and sometimes, it can also be a very lucrative adventure. When you use a metal detector, you can find anything from jewelry and coins to historic items. While the art of metal-detecting can take some patience and skill, it is a great way to get exercise and maybe find a special hidden treasure. Before you venture out on a metal-detecting excursion, learn more about how to find items and what role the metal detector serves.
A metal detector is a machine that can detect various grades and types of metals. Typically, it will notify the user that metal has been found via a series of beeping noises. Metal detectors can be used in airports, by the military or police, by construction workers, or by everyday people who enjoy looking for metal as a hobby. The 1950's and 1960's saw metal-detecting becoming much more popular as a hobby, and smaller devices were developed that people could carry with them.
People who enjoy looking for metals can be in search of any number of different items. Many people look for coins, since some can be rare or valuable, while others prefer to look for jewelry. Prospectors may use a metal detector to help them search for areas where precious metals like gold or silver can be found. Archaeologists use metal detectors to try to find historical artifacts that have long been buried underground. Most people run the metal detector along the shores of a beach, since items can wash ashore and get buried under sand.
We want to thanks Robbie Jones for bringing this to our attention.
http://www.oberk.com/introduction-to-metal-detecting