You should search during working hours and you should not carry any picks, shovels or piercing tools with you. The detector is not prohibited. If you are entering someone else's land, the land owner must have permission or the land owner must be with you. You will not enter the protected areas, military zones, cemeteries.
The main purpose of use is that the metal detected by the detector may not be seen directly when it is removed from the soil. To detect the metal, stand up again, use the detector, find where it is, separate it, etc. Since it stays under the ground for a long time, it becomes covered with soil and you cannot see it easily. Since the pointer detector is small and can be used with one hand, it offers a practical solution in this regard. This detector apparatus, also known as hand detector, can be worn on your waist and can be easily used by reaching out when you bend over. You can easily detect the metal in a minute or two. It is seen as a longer and tiring way to people. Pointer is used by all detector users as the number one assistant of detector users.
Detector models are produced according to different usage areas. Deep search detector models, on the other hand, are not suitable for small metal prospecting. It is used to detect larger metal targets at deeper depths. Detector models produced for surface metal detection are used for ring, earring, necklace, single coin and relic search.
The Staffordshire treasure was valued at 3. Crosby Garrett helmet was purchased by an anonymous buyer in exchange for 2. Stirling -kolyeleri- 462 thousand pounds of torque and funded by the National Museum of Scotland toplanılarak detector was purchased from users. 3 million pounds. To give an example of some magnificent historical artifacts found by users of metal detectors, this could be the Staffordshire treasure. 285 million pounds and was purchased by the Birmingham Museum from the detector user. Another example could be the Ringing Cup, this cup was valued at £270 thousand and this gold cup was purchased by the British Museum from the detector user who found the artifact. Other examples are as follows; Milton Keynes treasure was purchased by the British Museum and 290 thousand pounds. The historical artifacts found by the users of gold prospecting detectors are purchased by the states or museums and contribute to the tourism sector. If we want to multiply the examples, West Bagborough the treasure was purchased from the detector is 40 thousand 650 pounds payment made by the user Somerset Museum.