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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    I have just moved to Northern Ireland, and have a Crown Permit for foreshores, but don´t know if I require a permit here seperate from this to do beach detecting ??
    I know I need one for land...
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    It´s the same in a lot of countries, you´re allowed to buy one, but not allowed to use one. I think tax and a healthy economy has something to do with it. Like knives etc., You can buy illegal sized...
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    It´s the same in a lot of Bundesländer (Counties) here in Germany, You find it, they take it, they get the fame, and you get a fine !!
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    I was too polite to mention that option ;-)
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    The only laces in The EU that seem to get on OK with detecting, is England/Wales, and Holland. The rest seem to have their heads stuck in the sand. :-\
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    And Pigs might fly !!
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    Everyone else does, so why should we be different ?
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    One of the biggest problems too, is that an MD´er finds something, but then when it´s given to the Archies, it´s them that´s suddenly found it, no mention of the MD´er :-(
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    They should make a series on how so called archeologists like the Time T*ts destroy and throw away objects, by bulldozing down to where they begin, and then ask who´s finding and preserving the...
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    Tony Robinson say´s we´re taking the history out of context when we remove objects in the first 30 cms (12 inches) of ground, but then he and his Time T*ts come along with a JCB or Catapillar, and...
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    England, and Wales have much the same laws, but Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Eire (Southern Ireland), all have different laws, mostly where it´s either forbidden, or anything found belongs 100% to...
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    I love the bit where they say you´re destroying the finds situation by removing objects in the first 12 inches, then come along with a bulldozer, and remove the top 40 inches before they start.
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    You might have some luck.Over here three counties (Bundesländer) of the 16 work reasonably well with detectorists, the others are still doing the Ostrich thing (Heads in the sand and let the world go...
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    Re: Ireland : Metal detecting

    Bit like some counties (bundesländer) in Germany, Federal law states everyone has the right to discover the past, and any "Treasure" found should be split 50% to 50%, finder to land owner. 13 of the...
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