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For A Few Golds More

The Lost Ring

Well-known member
Hi All,
I've recently started studying metal detecting laws in the UK. It was enacted in 1996 and fully implemented in 2003. The laws regarding this hobby in my country are very superficial and very strict. Metal detecting is illegal and historical artifact smuggling is very common. There are no non-governmental organizations such as associations or foundations related to this hobby.
I think I will continue to work as a metal detecting at sea until favorable conditions arise.
And I present to you the spoils of my last dives.


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Well just dont hurt anybody with your detector. People will try and pass stupid laws to reduce detector violence and control what you do. Never mind you have all those strict laws…..Meanwhile keep target shooting in the water……..
Nice finds I saw one guy on YouTube found 4 gold coins in the woods detecting with his dog he stuffed those away pretty quick!