Year Review of 2013 Finds

It’s 15 degrees outside right now. Not exactly metal detecting weather! So, I decided to do a year end review slideshow of some of my best finds.

This video doesn’t include everything I found this year, but most of my finds are shown. 2013 was a good year for me. I had several “firsts,” including my first diamond and gold ring found with my Fisher f2 Metal Detector.

I also found my first half-dollar this year which was interesting to me considering that I have been detecting for three years now. I also found a few rare items this year, including an all brass shot shell, a gun trigger guard, a Harrs Token, a W.C. CO. ESSEX Headstamp, A Spanish Coin, and Two WWII Dog Tags.

All in all it was a good year, and I learned a lot about the Fisher F2.

2014 will be a new learning experience for me as I plan to upgrade my detector to the Garrett AT Pro.

Thanks for checking out my year in review, I hope you enjoyed the slideshow and look forward to an even better 2014!

Happy Holidays Everyone! Best Wishes…

Rob aka Ozarks


Garrett Edge Digger $33.96 Lesche Digging tool $49.95

Sampson T Handle $63.95

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About Ozarks

I enjoy Metal Detecting in The Ozark Mountains and surrounding areas where I primarily detect for relics and coins. I enjoy learning new techniques and metal detecting equipment and doing product reviews.
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