ATX Relic Hunting.

WW2 Australian Military Forces tunic button dug at over 9″ with the ATX fitted with the 8″ monoloop coil. This small coil achieves excellent depth and is very sensitive to small targets – the proportional audio is a great feature of the ATX and gives a very good indication of target depth.
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WW2 Relic & Coin Hunt: Australian Casualty Clearing Station.

We make our 1st visit the site of a 1944 Australian Army Casualty Clearing Station (CCS) in remote Northern Queensland. Continue reading

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WW2 Relic Hunt: RAAF Airfield (3rd Sortie) – Cape York Australia.

We make our 3rd visit the site of a forward airstrip used by both the RAAF and USAAC in the Continue reading

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WW2 Relic Hunt: RAAF Forward Airfield – Cape York Australia.

We make our 2nd visit the site of a forward airstrip used by both the RAAF and USAAC in the Continue reading

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WW2 Relic Hunt: Australian Army Camp (2nd Sortie): Garrett GTI2500.

We make our second visit to a site initially established by elements of the 9th Australian Infantry Division, 2nd AIF Continue reading

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WW2 Relic Hunting Australian Army Camp: Garrett GTI2500.

We make our first visit to a site initially established by elements of the 9th Australian Infantry Division, 2nd AIF Continue reading

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Military Relic Hunting WW2 Artillery Camp: Garrett ATPro: GTI2500.

We make a return visit (Part II) to the site of “H” Australian Heavy Battery, a Heavy Coastal Gun Emplacement Continue reading

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WW2 Australian Army Identity Disc Returned to Soldier’s Family (Metal Detecting Find).

During a hunt at the site of No.16 Australian Personnel Services Camp in early January 2012, we made the ‘dream’ Continue reading

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Military Relic Hunting WW2 Heavy Coastal Gun Emplacement: Garrett ATPro: GTI2500.

We visit the site of “H” Australian Heavy Battery, a Heavy Coastal Gun Emplacement comprising two 155mm guns, two Sperry Continue reading

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