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Old 12-05-2011, 03:40 AM   #21
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Just got a detector from amazon. There are a few ww2 battlefields in my area so im gonna try and dig up some UXO
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Anyone ever do this? When it cools down might seem like something fun to try. I have never done it before. I know most of us can get our trucks back in places where few people are able to go. I think it would be neat to give it a shot.

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I have a metal detector. always wanted to take it out.

saw an article in az highways not too long ago about someplace near clarkdale thats supposed to be full of shit (old landfill or the like).
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Just got a detector from amazon. There are a few ww2 battlefields in my area so im gonna try and dig up some UXO

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The old landfills are great places to start. I can wait to get out back to AZ. We use to pan some places. And just hike around. I have some old canteens with rock in them. I have found. And a bunch of copper and silver shard.
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I have mine in the truck most all the time....never know when I'll find a old homestead or school or such!!!!
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