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  1. #1

    Feb 2007
    3

    Anderson County

    Hello,
    I m new to the forum and new to metal detecting. I have a ACE 250, and have found a few things in my bck yard. my best find is a 1939 merc. I live in Honea Path. I think my town was founded in 1900 or something like that. There are lot of old houses but I have hard time knocking on doors and asking if I can dig holes in people's yards. If there is anyone In this area that wants to get together just let me know.

  2. #2

    Feb 2007
    3

    Re: Anderson County

    No one around here? I am looking for someone to hunt with once or twice. I am willing to drive a little ways. Is there anyone in Greenville?

  3. #3

    Mar 2007
    Anderson, SC
    PRIZM V
    1

    Re: Anderson County

    Hello I am in Anderson and new to detecting. It will be my retirement hobby. There is a club (Southcarolinatreasureandartifactassociation@att.n et) that meets once a month in Gaffney.

  4. #4
    us
    Dec 2006
    Clarkston, MI
    Minelab explorer
    49
    1 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Anderson County

    I am in Anderson as well. I also have a co-worker from Seneca that has just purchased a new machine recently. Our biggest problem is time and research. We both use the minelab explorers. Hopefully we can all figure out a way to hook up and find some good sites to hunt.

  5. #5

    Feb 2007
    3

    Re: Anderson County

    Wow I can't believe there are people from Anderson on here. I didn't think I was ever going to get a reply. Maybe some of us can get together and do some hunting one day.

  6. #6
    us
    Dec 2006
    Clarkston, MI
    Minelab explorer
    49
    1 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Anderson County

    Stan,

    Actually, the guy that works with me lives in Seneca as well. We have talked a good bit aboutgoing to Stumphouse, but have never made it. Maybe I will pass your info to him and see if we can all get together some time.

  7. #7
    new to detecting

    Aug 2007
    Anderson, SC
    ACE 250
    2

    Re: Anderson County

    im also in anderson county.... about 5 minutes from the anderson county courthouse... just got my ACE 250 today..

  8. #8
    us
    Dec 2006
    Clarkston, MI
    Minelab explorer
    49
    1 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Anderson County

    Well, now we have managed to find a few of us in the area. If we could only find the time and some good hunting spots we would be in business. I am right near exit 19. Hopefully we will get a break from this heat and get some hunting done.

  9. #9
    us
    Apr 2003
    South Carolina
    Teknetics T2 SE, Fisher Gold Bug Pro, Shadow X5, Fisher F75/F70, Garrett Infinium
    469
    606 times
    Relic Hunting
    Banner Finds (2)

    Re: Anderson County...to everybody in this thread!

    Hey Guys (to everyone in this thread),

    I'm in Anderson as well...I don't dig that much around here...usually head to the lower part of the state or to VA, etc. Actually, don't really have a digging partner here in the local area, but would love to hook up with locally for some close to home digging...

    Just FYI, so you guys don't think I'm just a mooch looking to hunt your site...

    I'm on the editorial staff for American Digger magazine, and have also had articles published in W&ET. I produce the "Saving History" video series, and feel free to visit my website at: http://scdigger.com

    Take care and I look forward to hearing from some of you.

    Greg Toney (SCdigger)
    ================================================== ==========
    "Saving History"
    Bringing you metal detecting videos since 2006.
    Subscribe for the latest releases - http://www.youtube.com/scdigger
    ================================================== ==========

  10. #10

    Sep 2007
    14

    Re: Anderson County

    hi all, I am from the low country.
    this will be my first post, I have a question for y'all. On your website you show an arrowhead as your latest find. How does a metal detector find arrowheads? Now I know all about how a detector works, even have the design schematics and thought about building my own one time, but an arrowhead is made of stone. Is there enough metal in the stone for the detector to locate?
    Thanks ric

  11. #11
    us
    Jan 2007
    South Carolina
    Whites V3i,Whites XLT,Ace 250 and BH Tracker IV and Others.....
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    Re: Anderson County

    Quote Originally Posted by ricmarks
    hi all, I am from the low country.
    this will be my first post, I have a question for y'all. On your website you show an arrowhead as your latest find. How does a metal detector find arrowheads? Now I know all about how a detector works, even have the design schematics and thought about building my own one time, but an arrowhead is made of stone. Is there enough metal in the stone for the detector to locate?
    Thanks ric
    ric,
    I don't think they found it with a metal detector...probably was looking for the artifacts or just stumbled on them while metal detecting and looking down. As you know, MD's don't detect arrowheads...BTW, Welcome to Tnet..Think you will like the posts and information on this site. I'm from the lower part of the state also, just below Columbia.

  12. #12
    us
    Apr 2003
    South Carolina
    Teknetics T2 SE, Fisher Gold Bug Pro, Shadow X5, Fisher F75/F70, Garrett Infinium
    469
    606 times
    Relic Hunting
    Banner Finds (2)

    Re: Anderson County

    Quote Originally Posted by ricmarks
    hi all, I am from the low country.
    this will be my first post, I have a question for y'all. On your website you show an arrowhead as your latest find. How does a metal detector find arrowheads? Now I know all about how a detector works, even have the design schematics and thought about building my own one time, but an arrowhead is made of stone. Is there enough metal in the stone for the detector to locate?
    Thanks ric
    Hey Rick,

    I've also been hunting Native American artifacts since I was about 8 years old (over 30 years)...no, it wasn't found with a metal detector...all artifact finds are surface finds.

    Greg
    ================================================== ==========
    "Saving History"
    Bringing you metal detecting videos since 2006.
    Subscribe for the latest releases - http://www.youtube.com/scdigger
    ================================================== ==========

 

 

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