If you are reading this, then your solution is at hand.
Most people, after losing something very precious, valuable or important to them, will Google those 2 title phrases. Then some think about renting a metal detector and trying to find it themselves. While that is an option, it is not the best or most efficient one. Let me explain with a little story.
32 years ago, when I bought my first metal detector, I planned to find treasure and get rich. So out to my backyard I went and swung that detector from morning until bed. After 2 days of searching every square inch, and digging every beep, I’d found hundreds of metal bits, and $1.32.
Later in the week, a family friend was over for dinner and, excited to see my detector in action, threw his chunky college ring into the grass. I attacked the area, proud to show off its capabilities. After 2 hrs of me searching, he took pity on me, walked over and picked his ring out of the very area I’d been searching.
32 yrs later, I’ve upgraded my tools, I know my machines, and how to search properly…and I don’t miss the rings/targets anymore.
Let me help you be reunited with your lost item.