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    At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    Hi guys

    There is a new deep metal detector that you can disguised as a hiking stick and detect in any park or place.

    Check it out

    http://www.okmmetaldetectors.com/pro...FUPf4Aod5l3mTg


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    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    Hay, I showed this before! The problem was finding an undercover shovel! Frank

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    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankn
    Hay, I showed this before! The problem was finding an undercover shovel! Frank
    The company is working to create a discreet shovel. Meanwhile dream that you find something without remove it.


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    Kentucky Kache

    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    It don't look all that disguised to me, with all the length adjusters on the handle. I guess it would fool some who don't own detectors though.

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    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    The true, I just kidding with my topic here. I don't pretend to enforce to break the law and I don't break it neither. This new stick metal detect is good to analyze an area before to make some excavation.


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    Kentucky Kache

    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    Quote Originally Posted by architecad
    The true, I just kidding with my topic here. I don't pretend to enforce to break the law and I don't break it neither. This new stick metal detect is good to analyze an area before to make some excavation.
    Maybe it would work as a pin pointer. Probably an expensive one.

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    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    I wonder if it would interfere with these...

    http://www.hammacher.com/Product/76779


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    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    Quote Originally Posted by savant365
    I wonder if it would interfere with these...

    http://www.hammacher.com/Product/76779
    I would buy if it's coming as hike boot.


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    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    I hope this was posted as a joke because NO you can not hunt in National Parks. It would be terrible for a new hunter that does not know better to take this into Gettysburg (or any other place that is illegal for metal detecting) and get caught and go to jail.
    Diggit likes this.

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    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    Quote Originally Posted by treasurehound
    I hope this was posted as a joke because NO you can not hunt in National Parks. It would be terrible for a new hunter that does not know better to take this into Gettysburg (or any other place that is illegal for metal detecting) and get caught and go to jail.
    Like I said, I don't promote to break the law, but, I have to say, I don't agree how the Fed had handled this issue of metal detecting in US because there are many honest hunter able to obey the law and follow the rules but they are not allowed to detect in many parks. However, when locals and Fed authorities need us to use our detectors to performance some investigation or archaeological research, they coming to us for some help, and that it is not fair.

    I detect in shallow water or private properties with permission granted. This post is a figurative symbol of how treasure hunters, like anybody else, citizen of this country that are paying taxes, obeying local laws and living like anybody else are limited to performance a hobby.

    If you make a simple research, in all the territory of the United State, more than 90% of all National Parks have one or more stories about buried treasure and it isn't a causality that the Federal convert those lands in National Park in order to use as excuse "Do not detect here".

    Arch



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    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    So.......That is a really, really bad idea beginers. DON'T do this.

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    pastorals

    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park


    I only go to national parks on Sundays...that is when the rangers are off.

    Alan






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    Re: At last, you can metal detecting in any National Park

    pastorals, SAY IT ISN'T Sooooo!!!
    Metal detecting is my one worldy vice!

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    Any new hunters reading this, if your caught detecting in a National Park you can expect your detector to be confiscated as well as the vehicle you entered the park in, you wil be arrested and pay a heavy fine as well as probable jail time..... Ask the people caught hunting the Civil War Battlefields..........


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    Very Pricey for that detector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Kache View Post
    It don't look all that disguised to me, with all the length adjusters on the handle. I guess it would fool some who don't own detectors though.
    That looks like a normal, adjustable walking stick and I highly doubt you or anyone else would give it a second look.


    P.S. Don't hunt National Parks!
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    Stay in school!
    Last edited by Minrelica; Mar 25, 2012 at 06:42 PM.

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    So it's pricey, eh?

    Not only that, it's a magnetometer AND MD all in one, AND cavity detector, AND it detected a hoard in Iran at 4.70 m under the ground. It runs at 3v DC. I can't find a review by an independent party.

    Either it's not what they say, or we all have been hunting with toys.

    Oh, yeah. Don't hunt in National Parks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by savant365 View Post
    I wonder if it would interfere with these...

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