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Metal Detecting Clubs - Find a Club Near You!

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Clubs and Rallies Around the World Africa   South Africa     Metal Detector SA Club    Europe     Belgium     NVD-ANP     Spain     Barcelona         Asociación Española para la Defensa de la Detección Española     United Kingdom     Somerset Artifact Seekers       UK METAL DETECTING CLUBS A-Z       England Detecting Vacation & Tours: England Detecting Tours have exclusive permission to bring small groups of detectorists on tour to large country farm estates that normally have a no metal detecting policy and do not allow other...

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Great coins, relics and more found with the Garrett AT PRO

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Great video from Graysondigger on YouTube showing off his finds with the Garrett AT PRO.  He mentions Stone Mountain Treasure Hunters so if you are in the Atlanta, GA area check them out! http://www.stonemountaindiggers.org/

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How to use the AT PRO in Salt Water

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Here is a great video with tips for using the AT PRO in Saltwater. This will show you how to "Ground Balance" your AT PRO.  

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How to Use the Garrett AT PRO - Videos

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PLEASE NOTE! The CAMLOCKS on the GARRETT AT PRO and MAX no longer come off as some of the videos show. AT PRO Instructional Video Part 1 - Introduction, Assembly, Powering On, Target ID and Depth Indication, Tone ID AT PRO Instructional Video Part 2 - Sensitivity, Frequency Adjustment, Ground Balance, Search Modes AT PRO Instructional Video Part 3 - Notch Discrimination, High-Res Iron Discrimination, Iron Audio AT PRO Instructional Video Part 4 - AT Pro Tips, Pinpointing, Underwater Operation, Care and Maintenance, Accessories and Final Thoughts

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Steve Job's Time Capsule Found by TV SHOW "Diggers"

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Buried, and lost, in an Aspen field in 1983, the 13-foot-long tube contained, among other things, the mouse from Jobs' Lisa computer. Now, thanks to the TV show "Diggers," it's been found. In 1983, at the close of the International Design Conference in Aspen, Colo., organizers buried a time capsule, known officially as the Aspen Time Tube. Many attendees contributed various items, like a Rubik's cube, name tags, and even a Moody Blues recording, but because the late Apple co-founder donated the Lisa mouse he'd used during his presentation at the conference, it has become known as the "Steve Jobs...

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