Today while at work I received a call for a lost Titanium Wedding Ring. Had to wait until the end of my shift to drive to their home. After arriving and some pre-search questions, I took out my AT PRO and went to hunting. Had the owner stand where he was at the time he was throwing away some old dead flowers into the pile of limbs and snow. The distance was very short , but over a short wire fence. I started my first sweep towards the fence where he had stood and my first target ended up as a bottle cap. My second target however, was the target I was after. His wife had just made it from the fence to the steps to get a flashlight. Her husband yelled out “Never mind the light, Tim has it in his hand.” They were both very happy and thought it wouldn’t Be found until after all the snow had melted away. I was determined to not let that happen, only 15 minutes into the search the ring was back into their hands and back where it belonged, on his finger.
The search only took 15 minutes, but, the key to the hunt came from questions of where were you standing, how hard were the old flowers thrown and how. So brother finders, ask as many questions as you can think of and you too will have a successful return !!
Got a call last night from a old friend that had lost her fathers Wedding Band. She had been out in the yard pulling weeds and vines from around the house. At some point she decided to stat wearing gloves. That evening she went in to wash up and realized the ring was gone. She texted me last night and said she was in need of my services. I have been wanting to detect around her property for a while as it is a old house. Went over there today after church and within 20 to 30 minutes had the ring found. She was very happy to say the least. Was very glad I could help her and now I get to hunt that property!
Short but sweet video here if you’d like to watch it…
Got a call today from one of my flyers that I has put out. There had been a music festival at the old school here in town and was asked to come and locate a lost wedding band. I had asked a few simple questions as to the area they lost it in. I have been hunting this school a section at a time during my lunch break as it is only a quarter of a mile from my work. The man told me where to look and I knew right where he was speaking of because I had just passed it the day before and had seen where the tents were set up. Luckly the tents had not been taken down yet and this made the search a lot easier and faster.
The hunt was on! Didn’t take more than 15 minutes to locate and I returned the ring to him. He didn’t wish to be on video due to his not liking the internet but was fine with me putting the story on.
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Remember, “You Can’t Find It If You Don’t Dig It!!”
Just happened to be at the beach with my grandkids and a woman had lost her wedding band. I said that I would be glad to help her as I had my detector in the car. She took me to her spot and within 5 minutes I was able to recover it for her.
This was my first find after joining TheRingFinders.com the night before and maybe 2 hours after having talked to Chris Turner. Seems like a dream. She was reluctant to have her picture taken but did allow me to take one of the ring.