Ring Found on the path

I decided to go back to a spot where I have found some interesting finds while metal detecting in the past to see if I could find anything else.

I’ve detected this spot in the past, and so have other people, but I knew that there are still good targets there to be found.  As I was detecting a path to a creek I got a penny tone on the AT Pro, and since I was diggin everything anyway, I decided to dig the target…

About 3 inches down, there it was, a ring in the plug. Like I said, it sounded like a penny, but it turns out that it’s stainless steel, I think… I know it isn’t silver, and it’s not marked anywhere, so I figure its just a junker.

The ironic part is that, after some time researching the symbol, it turns out that it says “GEM” where the gemstone would be…funny.

It’s been awhile since I’ve found a ring so I was happy to find a ring on an otherwise average hunt.  It goes to show you that some of those penny signals you pass up, are not pennies… Ya just never really know until ya dig ’em.

A ring is a ring,  maybe the next one will be GOLD!  Hey, a fella can wish can’t he?


I Highly Recommend the GARRETT AT PRO METAL DETECTOR available on Amazon

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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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2 Responses to Ring Found on the path

  1. Peter Paul Gleba says:

    What is that white? I got a quarter signal once. Turned out to be a large silver head of Jesus.

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