“Steve and Miguel from Garrett join their friend Shawn to explore an old swimming area. Thanks to low lake levels during the winter, they hope to score jewelry and coins.”
Integrating the MI-6 Pin-Pointer Probe with the XP Deus Metal Detector
Searching for Ancient Coins in Belgium
“AT Pro International and AT Gold used to recover early hammered coins, Roman bronze coins and other finds in plowed fields of Belgium.
For more information and videos about the AT Pro International and AT Gold visit http://www.garrett.com“
I’ve always had a soft spot for Garrett metal detectors, my first ever computerized detector was a Garrett Master Hunter CXIII. When I heard Garrett was making a high-end pulse induction detector I was intrigued… One story I came across said that one metal detectorist using the Garrett ATX on a beach had to dig a 3 foot deep hole for a twenty pence piece!
I am going to try and find the best Garrett ATX videos from YouTube and post them here.
World War II Metal Detecting. A couple of metal detectorists find a pair of German Pistols on the Eastern Front. Many other amazing finds on their YouTube channel WWII MetalDetecting!
A really interesting video of a couple of guys metal detecting on the Eastern Front – they make some incredible finds!
In Search Of…Inca Treasures: Camera crews accompany a Peruvian excavation party in quest of a great Inca city believed lost for 300 years. Narrated by Leonard Nimoy.
An interesting three minute video of a metal detectorists finds from east Devon. Includes some nice flints and Bronze Age items. Video by 1973itsme.
World War 2 Gunnery Range – Metal detector relic hunt 2011by ww2relichunter
“Prospecting for gold has its rewards; whether it be having fun in the sun or actually finding some. Incredibly, one area of Arizona still produces a significant amount of placer gold, even after more than 15 decades of heavy traffic from prospectors all over the world! Join Brian Osburn on his quest to claim his own share of Arizona placer gold in this special two-part episode of American Rockhound!”