Metal detector finds

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KarlReissman
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Re: Metal detector finds

Post by KarlReissman » 13 Aug 2013 16:36

I often wonder, when those green idiots clean up Lappland perfectly? All is "rubbish" and scrap iron.....everything what goes to waste land, is like the evidence of the past.

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Lappland
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Re: Metal detector finds

Post by Lappland » 13 Aug 2013 19:04

Yep. And the most annoying thing is that they only "clear" war stuff. They leave car wrecks and refrigerators behind. I have seen few places they "cleared".

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Re: Metal detector finds

Post by janise koestner » 14 Aug 2013 03:44

What is the most precious thing you guys find? Show out your best metal detector finds.

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Re: Metal detector finds

Post by RCFantom » 17 Dec 2017 16:28

Need Help Identifying this item...It was discovered photographed, and replaced in an area in France north of Bitsche. I have recovered several of them and suspect that they are part of a rocket Firing system, just cannot identify them. In this filed during the war, there was fighting between the French and German units, and in late of 1944, the US 44th ID was in front-line fighting with the 17th & 19th PanzerGrenadier Divisions.

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