Christchurch Metal Detecting and Surrounding area

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Christchurch Metal Detecting and Surrounding area

Post by mrix » Thu Oct 02, 2008 10:27 am

Hi all, on and off over the years I have done metal detecting, I find its a facinating hobby un-covering something very old that may of never been.
I have no idea what the law is regarding metal detecting but I know its safe to metal detect most of the beaches apart from Hengistbury head and beach.
Anyway much research required me thinks ;)
Cheers all
mrix
p.s if there are any metal detectorists reading this topic or you are just interested in this hobby please pop by my new forum here... Metal Detecting Forum

Also I have created a New metal detecting auction site B-)

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Re: Christchurch Metal Detecting and Surrounding area

Post by Big D » Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:51 am

Hey. just to make sure im on a right track, Metal detecting is a hobby right? Once i lost my keys on the beach during a beach party down at Highcliffe Castle, guess what! i found them the next day...

Anyways, how much are those things? :-/

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Re: Christchurch Metal Detecting and Surrounding area

Post by mrix » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:30 pm

Hi Big D, Yea its a hobby and the only problem is finding where to detect legally :(
They can cost from £100 to anything around £1000+
My present detector cost me £1225 :-O
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Re: Christchurch Metal Detecting and Surrounding area

Post by mrix » Sun Sep 14, 2014 3:10 pm

I also have a website selling metal detectors and accessories here metal detecting auction
We do have some of the best prices on the net due to no listing fee so dealers can lower their prices :)

Best of luck all
mrix

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