Received a text from a man about a lost ring about a month ago. Due to work schedule and weather I was unable to get there for nearly a month. Finally a window opened, and I made the trip. We went on the porch and he showed me exactly what he done to lose the ring. He really wanted it back. I searched the area thoroughly unsuccessfully. It was getting really dark and the terrain was steep so I climbed out. Told him I’m not giving up just yet. The next day I returned and using mixed mode where I can hear everything, I dug everything I heard. After an hour and half I was still unsuccessful. I was getting baffled as my detector doesn’t usually leave much behind. I started a new search area and within two minutes I found the ring. It was 51 years ago the ring was purchased for $500. Today’s value is about 1500-2000.
This isn’t really a big deal but since my ring recovery last week I decided to keep a detector with me at all times. Today my employer was putting a metal roof on his addition to the shop. He dropped his impact with the bit and was upset because its a funny looking bit. I told him I’d find it. The other guys were laughing at me saying I would not find it. Two minutes later I found it. As soon as he got on roof he dropped it again. Within two minutes I located it. If circumstances allow I’ll keep detector at all times
Got a call from a lady near Asheville N.C. about 1 p.m. on Friday the 10th. She said she lost her engagement ring near a bush at her house. Told her I was busy over the weekend I could try to recover the same day. Anyway I text her about 3:30 and asked if she wanted me to head that way. She said yeah so I grabbed my v3i and my at gold. After I arrived the ring was found within 5 minutes. Needless to say she was happy it was found
contact me please and if I can help I will.