On 1/20/15 , I received a call from a lady who explained that her husband had lost his sterling silver wedding band while tossing some pine cones etc, into the woods behind their town house.. The ring had slipped off his finger while he was tossing them.. I agreed to meet them the next day on 1/21/15 around 12PM to do the recovery.. When I got their , they showed me where they lost the ring and I began my search.. When I began my search I first checked the area with my long range locator/electroscope to see if i could get a hit on the possible area the ring was in.. My electroscope did get a hit and I began my search again this time using my Garrett metal detector in the area of interest.. The first hit in the area turned out to be a copper tubing which read a 84-85 on my detectors readout.. The second hit read on my detector to be a 54-55 which was to low of a readout to be real silver so i did not go after it since I was looking a silver ring.. The final and third hit rang out loud and clear at a 88-89 readout which is what I tend see most silver rings hit on my detector.. Sure enough the ring was found.. They was happy to have the ring back and I was happy to be able to help..