Can you find a lost wedding ring with a metal detector?
We was had at our cabin and it was cold so it must have slipped of the finger undetected.
Yes you can. You will need to ensure you cover the area thoroughly and slowly passing your detector over the ground. If it was fairly recently, you should find it easily. You may also find other interesting things.
I have written a hub about where to metal detector if you are interested.
Thank you, we know where he was sitting, in the general area but the lawn has been mowed several times, maybe we'll get lucky.
by Rareobject 7 years ago
I am collecting information on what items, people have discovered while metal detecting and also where they found it. Please list all your items as other people may have found the same items close to where you found yours. I am sure you or someone you know has a story we all would love to hear....
by Jim Higgins 5 years ago
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by Steven Pearson 5 years ago
Is it worth getting a metal detector in the Pacific Northwest?Some guy just hit the motherload in Britain when he found a cache of like-new Roman coins. Obviously there will be nothing in Washington state that old since it doesn't have nearly as much history..but are there things to be found in...
by doodlebugs 5 years ago
Is it legal to use a metal detector in public parks in Utah?I'm going on a trip to Utah and taking my White's metal detector. Is it legal to go metal detecting in public parks in Utah?
by Thatmidwestfeelin 8 months ago
Is it appropriate for a spouse to remove their wedding ring during a long, drawn-out argument?
by TripleAMom 6 years ago
Can you give me some suggestions about using a metal detector at the beach?
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