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  1. #31
    Jan 2013
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    A friend bought a piece of property that was near a WW2 airfield/ bombing range.

    he was told the property had been cleaned up and never used for live bombs and i did a scan down the middle and found 8 bombs.

    it took a company about 3 months to clear the property.

    the military personal that had cleared the property just after WW2 did not have good metal detectors and once they heard there was only practice bombs there they just papered the property as clear.
    found out later planes with mechinal problems dropped live bombs without arming them in the same area before making a emergency landing.

  2. #32
    Jan 2017
    Western ny
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    i have used mine looking for nails in logs to be cut or boards to be planed
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    Sidewalks usually have 6 inch wire mesh for strength, your detector with standard coil will see all the wire, your pinpointer is able to see between the wire strands.
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