First Ring Find!

I decided to metal detect a local walking trail near my house this weekend. Actually, I stuck by the fence around the baseball diamond where people sit and watch the games. I found a dime, a couple of pennies, and the usual tabs, foil, fencing, and other trash.

After about an hour, I decided that I was going to go somewhere else to metal detect since it was still early. I gave the area around me one more scan and got a jumpy double-signal 46-56 ID on my Fisher F2 Metal Detector. I thought to myself, “Another ZINColn penny.”

I knew that it was a shallow target by the double signal it was giving me. I knelt to dig it and just brushed the grass around but couldn’t find it. So, I scanned again, and the jumpy signal was still there but I wasn’t seeing it. I was just about to give up on it when I saw it. It was a ring, my first ring found while metal detecting!

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It’s not gold, or silver, but it is a ring, and I was singing the “I got my first ring, I got my first ring” song in my head.

About Ozarks

I enjoy Metal Detecting in The Ozark Mountains and surrounding areas where I primarily detect for relics and coins. I have tested and used over 20+ metal detectors as a dealer and Company Sponsored 'Pro Staff' Product Tester. Previously Senior Editor of Detecting365 Metal Detecting Magazine for 7 years. I have authored over 200+ articles published on multiple metal detecting websites and magazines. I have real world experience testing metal detectors in the field and enjoy teaching others how to become better metal detectorists. Questions? Shoot me a contact email! Check out my Recommended Metal Detecting Supplies here:
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2 Responses to First Ring Find!

  1. Monster84 says:

    Really enjoy reading your blog! Congrats on the first ring, even though its not gold, atleast now you know they are out there.

  2. Plate Mounting says:

    I like this blog and add my bookmark and subscribe it so give more details about. Best of luck for future of this blog.

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