Whether you’re putting up a fence, building or planting near the edges of your land, or settling a dispute with a neighbor over a fallen tree, you need to know where your property ends and your neighbor’s property begins. Property markers (also called survey pins) are iron stakes buried in the ground that mark the […]
In this article, we’ll cover the five metal detecting accessories we think are essential, whether you’re new to detecting or a seasoned hobbyist.
One of the most common questions we get from our customers is: “how deep can a metal detector go?” The short answer is that it depends on several factors. These include ground mineralization, target attributes, and the shape, size, and type of search coil.
In this post, we’ll cover what a pinpointer is and determine whether or not it’s something you absolutely need when metal detecting.
If you’re interested in metal detecting for fun, you may have wondered where you can legally use a metal detector to search for coins, jewelry, and other lost artifacts. In this post, we’ll cover four places you can use a metal detector in Colorado.