Metal Detecting - An Essential Guide to Detecting Inland, on Beaches and Under Water

By John Clark
ISBN: 9781847971494
PAGES: 192
BINDING: Hardback
SIZE: 242x172 mm
INSIDE: 122 colour photographs and 15 diagrams

Since the appearance of the first commercially available metal detectors in the 1960s, the hobby of metal detecting has developed rapidly and, as the technology has improved, more and more people have become metal detectorists. This is not surprising since metal detecting is an enjoyable and exciting leisure-time pursuit that is accessible to almost everybody, regardless of age or fitness. Moreover, metal detecting need not be an expensive hobby and there is a wide range of metal detectors to suit almost every budget.

Contents include: How to go about buying your first detector The principal types of detectors, their advantages and disadvantages and how to use them How to recover and identify buried objects and clean them Detecting inland, on beaches and underwater, and the safety precautions required in all three environments The law relating to metal detecting, how to search for potential sites and how to gain the necessary permission to search on private land Superbly illustrated with over 100 colour photographs depicting equipment, detectorists at work and interesting and important finds.

'Minelab are delighted to be associated with this very clear and well written publication, which takes the reader through the hobby of metal detecting in a concise and logical manner. By introducing the basics of the hobby, right through to aspects such as the law, detecting equipment and site identification, it will provide any potential user with a firm grounding on which to begin their detecting adventure.' Vincent O'Brien, Minelab Ireland July 2010

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