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Appraising Your Metal Detector Finds By: Alfred James | Feb 5th 2007 – It has been clearly proven that metal detecting is not just an enjoyable hobby but can be profitable one as well. Tags: Derive Maximum Value From A Metal Detecting Business By: Alfred James | Feb 5th 2007 – he beeping sound that metal detectors make is like sweet music to your ears, isn’t it? Tags: Metal Detecting In Dry Sand? By: Alfred James | Feb 5th 2007 – Treasures are also made of copper. And in Santa Clara del Cobre in the Mexican state of Michoacán you will understand why treasures are also made of this modest and noble metal. Tags: Some Tips For A Beginner When Searching For Relics With A Metal Detector. By: Lincoln | Feb 1st 2007 – Metal detecting for anyone and especially for beginners can be hard . First of all you have to look and then buy the right sort of equipment, then….. Tags: Tips For Researching For New Metal Detecting Spots By: Beverley Brooke | Jan 29th 2007 – A third style, the Printed Spiral, is made only by Tesoro for use with pulse induction circuitry. It offers good sensitivity to a broader range of target sizes and improved sensitivity to less conductive targets such as fine gold chains. All searchcoils are electrostatically shielded and waterproof. Be it out of sheer hobby … Tags: Metal Detecting Guide! By: Ray J.Darken | Jan 27th 2007 – A pulsing current is applied to the coil, which then induces a magnetic field shown in blue. When the magnetic field of the coil moves across metal, such as the coin in this illustration, the field induces electric currents (called eddy currents) in the coin. The eddy currents induce their own magnetic field, shown in red, … Tags: On Using Metal Detectors By: David Willis | Jan 24th 2007 – In general, larger searchcoils will give better depth with larger targets and better ground coverage. However, sensitivity to smaller objects may be sacrificed. Smaller searchcoils will offer greater sensitivity to smaller objects and improved target separation in trashy soil. Be it out of sheer hobby or more on the profess … Tags: Beep Beeps: Understanding Metal Detector Signal By: Kathy Kyle Thompson | Jan 24th 2007 – A metal detector should not be bought solely on the suggestion of one person (no matter how good a friend). If you are new to the hobby, you should realize that long time detector users can be very .mitted to the particular model and brand of detector that they have been using. They are generally unfamiliar with anything … Tags: Selling Metal Detectors By: Jerry Hall | Jan 23rd 2007 – A metal detector should not be bought solely on the suggestion of one person (no matter how good a friend). If you are new to the hobby, you should realize that long time detector users can be very .mitted to the particular model and brand of detector that they have been using. They are generally unfamiliar with anything … Tags: Little Known Repair Tips For Your Metal Detector By: Kacey C.Hall | Jan 23rd 2007 – A pulsing current is applied to the coil, which then induces a magnetic field shown in blue. When the magnetic field of the coil moves across metal, such as the coin in this illustration, the field induces electric currents (called eddy currents) in the coin. The eddy currents induce their own magnetic field, shown in red, … Tags: Supplies Used In Metal Detecting By: Alfred J.James | Jan 23rd 2007 – In general, larger searchcoils will give better depth with larger targets and better ground coverage. However, sensitivity to smaller objects may be sacrificed. Smaller searchcoils will offer greater sensitivity to smaller objects and improved target separation in trashy soil. If you were one person who loves adventure in t … Tags: Metal Detecting Tutorial By: Daniel J.Fox | Jan 23rd 2007 – A metal detector should not be bought solely on the suggestion of one person (no matter how good a friend). If you are new to the hobby, you should realize that long time detector users can be very .mitted to the particular model and brand of detector that they have been using. They are generally unfamiliar with anything … Tags: How To Buy A Metal Detector The Easy Way By: Tiara James | Jan 23rd 2007 – A metal detector should not be bought solely on the suggestion of one person (no matter how good a friend). If you are new to the hobby, you should realize that long time detector users can be very .mitted to the particular model and brand of detector that they have been using. They are generally unfamiliar with anything … Tags: Professional Metal Detecting And Where To Get Help By: Amy A.May | Jan 23rd 2007 – A third style, the Printed Spiral, is made only by Tesoro for use with pulse induction circuitry. It offers good sensitivity to a broader range of target sizes and improved sensitivity to less conductive targets such as fine gold chains. All searchcoils are electrostatically shielded and waterproof. As you can probably tell … Tags: Where To Find Metal Detectors By: Carrie A.Hall | Jan 23rd 2007 – A pulsing current is applied to the coil, which then induces a magnetic field shown in blue. When the magnetic field of the coil moves across metal, such as the coin in this illustration, the field induces electric currents (called eddy currents) in the coin. The eddy currents induce their own magnetic field, shown in red, … Tags: Tips For Metal Detecting By: Camry James | Jan 23rd 2007 – A pulsing current is applied to the coil, which then induces a magnetic field shown in blue. When the magnetic field of the coil moves across metal, such as the coin in this illustration, the field induces electric currents (called eddy currents) in the coin. The eddy currents induce their own magnetic field, shown in red, … Tags: How To Find The Best Cheap Metal Detector By: Hazel Leong | Jan 22nd 2007 – A pulsing current is applied to the coil, which then induces a magnetic field shown in blue. When the magnetic field of the coil moves across metal, such as the coin in this illustration, the field induces electric currents (called eddy currents) in the coin. The eddy currents induce their own magnetic field, shown in red, … Tags: You Found Treasure While Metal Detecting- To Clean Or Not To Clean By: Lincoln | Jan 21st 2007 – When you find treasue when you are metal detecting, deciding if you want to clean them can be a big question. Make sure not to clean any items that have value right away because….. Tags: The History Of Metal Detection By: Jerry Hall | Jan 21st 2007 – A third style, the Printed Spiral, is made only by Tesoro for use with pulse induction circuitry. It offers good sensitivity to a broader range of target sizes and improved sensitivity to less conductive targets such as fine gold chains. All searchcoils are electrostatically shielded and waterproof. As you can probably tell … Tags: Go Metal Detecting And Find A Treasure Trove! By: Amy A.May | Jan 19th 2007 – A pulsing current is applied to the coil, which then induces a magnetic field shown in blue. When the magnetic field of the coil moves across metal, such as the coin in this illustration, the field induces electric currents (called eddy currents) in the coin. The eddy currents induce their own magnetic field, shown in red, … Tags: Tips On Metal Detecting In The Rain By: Amy A.May | Jan 19th 2007 – A third style, the Printed Spiral, is made only by Tesoro for use with pulse induction circuitry. It offers good sensitivity to a broader range of target sizes and improved sensitivity to less conductive targets such as fine gold chains. All searchcoils are electrostatically shielded and waterproof. If you a … Tags: How To Do Metal Detecting In Dry Sand? By: Darry J.Oswald | Jan 19th 2007 – In general, larger searchcoils will give better depth with larger targets and better ground coverage. However, sensitivity to smaller objects may be sacrificed. Smaller searchcoils will offer greater sensitivity to smaller objects and improved target separation in trashy soil. As you can probably tell metal detectors are ve … Tags: Metal Detecting Is Also About Obedience By: Jerry Hall | Jan 19th 2007 – Are you purchasing a detector to use occasionally at a lake or beach? Or do you now find yourself with more available time and can look forward spending considerable time with your new hobby? It is a fact that most of the detectors now in the marketplace are pretty good. If you are planning to buy a metal detector to join t … Tags: Promising Locations For Metal Detecting Finds By: Hazel Leong | Jan 19th 2007 – A metal detector should not be bought solely on the suggestion of one person (no matter how good a friend). If you are new to the hobby, you should realize that long time detector users can be very .mitted to the particular model and brand of detector that they have been using. They are generally unfamiliar with anything … Tags: Metal Detecting-is There Money To Be Made? By: Lincoln | Jan 8th 2007 – Sure metal detecting can be a great hobby but is it possible that there is money to made. Use a metal detector wisely you can turn this hobby into cold hard cash. In this article we look at ways you…. Tags: The Secret Behind Picking The Right Metal Detector For You By: Lincoln | Jan 1st 2007 – Don’t purchase a metal detector until you read this article if you do you could be losing…… Tags: Make Money With Metal Hunting! By: Ben Shaw | Dec 29th 2006 – Have you ever played "treasure hunting" when you were a kid? Maybe you would recall the times when you and your childhood friends hid one anothers toys in the garden and had lots of fun racing to unravel the items? You may think that treasure hunting is a game for kids. But the fact is that metal detecting, a … Tags: Scrap Metal On The Open Market By: C.G.Nadar | Dec 27th 2006 – The trade of scrap metal is an evergreen business providing glorious returns for the fortunate opportunist, as well as rewarding wise investment. As a .modity trade, the sale of scrap metal relies on various socio-political and economic externalities that fall well out with the sphere of influence of the market. Tags: Recycling Scrap Metal By: C.G.Nadar | Dec 27th 2006 – If you’re business is involved in the buying and selling of scrap metal, you will be well aware of the advantages of recycling scrap, and the cost implications that follow. Additionally, scrap recycling is an environmentally friendly way of obtaining the scrap you require, which can be tremendously beneficial in terms of p … Tags: Choosing Your Power Metal Detector Your Secret Weapon To Successful Treasure Hunting By: Ben Shaw | Dec 25th 2006 – Metal detecting is fast be.ing one of the hottest hobbies in town.You have seen scores of people using metal detector on beaches and at parks. Your neighbours kid told you how he found a historic gold coin in the backyard using his metal detector and made a tidy sum selling it to the antique shop down the street. Your fri … Tags: What Is A Metal Detector By: Keith George | Oct 21st 2006 – In archeology metal detectors are of good help. But in some countries like France and Sweden law prohibits metal detectors, but with special permission it can be used. Tags: Metal Wine Rack �"’"�� Beauty And Function Unite By: John Thompson | Sep 16th 2006 – Metal wine racks are designed and structured for the display and storage of unopened wine bottles, and .e in a variety of style and functions. These racks can sit on the floor, hang from the ceiling, revolve or remain stationary, sit on the table-top as centerpieces, or be situated on the wall as shelving or cabinet stora … Tags: Treasure Hunting & Metal Detectors By: David Sanders | Aug 23rd 2006 – Whether you are searching as a hobby or if you are hoping to find a significant treasure beneath the earth’s surface, metal detectors may be the answer. Just as their name implies, metal detectors are used to detect different types of metals, which may include gold and silver. If you are a prospector, then a metal detector … Tags: Metal Detector Buying Guide By: John Morris | Aug 10th 2006 – If you were one person who loves adventure in the form of treasure hunting, then a metal detector would be one of your necessary equipments. Be it out of sheer hobby or more on the professional level, you really would not perform well treasure hunting if you do not have a good metal detector to explore with. … Tags: How To Buy Used Metal Detectors By: Phil Morris | Jul 30th 2006 – Once you have decided to buy a metal detector, you have to decide whether you want to buy a brand new instrument or a second hand model. If budget is a constraint, a used metal detector will be a better option. If you are wondering how to buy a used metal detector, here are some useful tips, which will guide you in your pur … Tags: How Metal Detectors Work By: Phil Morris | Jul 11th 2006 – The first metal detector was created in 1881 by Alexander Graham Bell to detect the bullet lodged in the body of President James Garfield when he was assassinated. The first portable version was patented in 1931 by Fischer. Since then, this instrument has be.e very .mon. Here are some insights on the workings of metal d … Tags: Important Things To Remember When Choosing A Metal Bar Stool By: John Bolt | Jun 25th 2006 – Anyone who has been looking knows that choosing a metal bar stool can be a bit of difficult experience. Unless you"��re exactly sure of what you want this may be a bit scary for some buyers. You don"��t have to worry anymore as we will make things as easy as possible for you to make the proper decision. Once you have all th … Tags: Metal Detectors For Treasure Hunting? By: James C.Cameer | Jun 6th 2006 – A metal detector is a portable electronic device which penetrates the ground magnetically in order to find traces of metal. This metal could either be discarded pieces of aluminum or valuable coins, jewelry and other buried treasures. Part of the appeal of metal detecting is this unknown factor, keeping amateurs and profess … Tags: Making My Own Metal Detector! By: Darry J.Oswald | Jun 6th 2006 – Mention the words metal detector and you’ll get .pletely different reactions from different people. For instance, some people think of .bing a beach in search of coins or buried treasure. Other people think of airport security, or the handheld scanners at a concert or sporting event. A basic metal detecto … Tags: Metal Detectors And Finding Them By: Mervin Gressler | May 30th 2006 – Metal detecting is great fun but tracking down the best deals can be a pain, you can in fact obtain some great metal detector bargains but it’s all down to knowing where to look. Tags: Advantages Of Metal Railings By: Adam Peters | Mar 3rd 2006 – Metal Railing "�" Convenience And Durability The article gives the advantage of metal railing over the other materials and the different types of metals in which the railings can be made. Metal railings have inherent advantages over other materials like PVC, wood glass etc. The advantages can be enumerated a … Tags: Steel Metal Buildings Are Strong Enough To Protect What’s Inside By: LeeAnna | Jan 14th 2006 – The next time you’re thinking of building a storage shed, one of the strongest outdoor protectors are pre-fab steal metal buildings. Many .panies manufacture these products and when you plan to buy, make sure the .pany you choose is certified. Certified .panies will have the quality steel metal buildings you want for … Tags: 相关的主题文章: