Guess There Was 3 Rings After All

In my last blog post I shared two rings that I found in a local park.  In that post I said “Hey, if there are two rings there, maybe there are three rings there!”

Ironically, there was 3 rings there and I found all three of them in about 10 minutes at the end of my hunt the weekend!


The ring with the amethyst stone is marked .925 silver and I found it near a baseball diamond.  I was extremely happy when I found it because prior to that all I had been finding was modern coins.  About 5 minutes later, and 10 feet from where I found the silver ring I got a penny tone on my AT Pro metal detector. Only a couple inches down and I found the junker mood ring.


I was surprised to find two rings that close together but I figured that maybe just maybe there might be another ring around there somewhere.  About 5 minutes later I got a quarter tone with a warble and thought to myself “Could it be?”  Sure enough, about 4 inches down I pulled out the square men’s ring that’s stamped .925.

I thought I might find a third ring at that spot, but I never expected to find three rings on my second trip there after finding two rings on my first hunt there.

It just goes to show that you never know what you’re going to find on your next hunt.  These rings make rings #24, 25, and 26 that I’ve found since I began metal detecting.

My wife likes the ladies ring, like I figured she would, so it’s a win win situation for me.

Thanks for checking out my blog, I hope you find a big ole gold ring on your next hunt!

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 Guess There Was 3 Rings After All

  1. disc440 says:

    Congratulations! Sounds like a great site. If I were you I wouldn’t change the detector settings at all….you may have found the perfect one.

    • Ozarks says:

      Finding three rings in a small area kind of backs the theory of targets being concentrated in certain areas. I know that sounds redundant but it seems that when we find one coin somewhere, there is another close by, and in my experience that is usually true.

      As we know, finding silver rings doesn’t take a lot of skill but they have a great tone on the AT Pro and if a fella does some high tone huntin’ he’ll improve his ring count. I think the 5×8 DD coil on the AT Pro is the difference maker on these types of sites. Obviously it takes some skill in interpreting the tones, but I think you’re right, once you get a machine dialed in to your liking your finds will increase. I couldn’t imagine detecting with a single tone machine like you have in the past though. I think I’d get too frustrated lol.

      But yeah, if I was going to give one tip on the AT Pro and rings it would be to dig those high tones that warble like a penny tone does. All three of these rings rang in like that and that’s why I immediately dug the second and third rings. I was dialed in to that tone, and the targets were there, and the rest is history. Luck was on my side & as they say, I’d rather be lucky than good…lol

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