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Lost and found ring Camp Pendleton

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-889-2751

 

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service helped find 2 wedding rings at Camp Del Mar beach. Open Now CALL 760 889 2751

I received a call from Jaycee who asked about the service I can provide to help find his wife’s diamond rings lost in the sand on Camp Pendleton. We arranged the best time to meet early at O700 when this particular beach is hardly crowded and occupied this time of day.
Not to mention but this is a bottle cap haven spot with Late night celebrating.

Upon arriving to the scene of the lost rings Jaycee showed me 1 of many private beach area booths & couches,tables, Chairs under a canopy with metal poles staked at 4 corners. We both first moved the couch and chairs as I then began my search. After a few bottle caps with nothing in the center of it I get multiple signals just next to the metal pole legs for the canopy..?
Funny cause the other pole didn’t give me those readings or tones. So I used my foot and kicked 3 piles of sand away from that pole.I saw nothing but heard a couple signals in the gold range on my Metal Detector,Then I scooped it up when sure enough it was only 1 of the rings I was called for. He was shocked how fast I found the first ring SO (BOOM) I scooped up the other ring too,Why NOT? !

This was an amazing story as I was able to help out Not just another marine or civilian cause Jaycee told me afterwards that his specialty is using metal detectors to find Bombs/IED’S 💣 ! And those type of detectors primarily pick up Wire/Explosives etc. This search was definitely rewarding to help out a fellow service member. What a way to honor those who protect our Great country 🇺🇸

“Who ya gonna call?”

 

Lost Gold ring Carlsbad beach

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-889-2751

 

TheRingFinders metal detecting service found and returned a lost Gold wedding ring at Carlsbad Beach.

It was 10:45 Friday night when I had recieved a text from Chris who just lost his Gold ring on the shoreline. I called him right away and He explained the story and exact location of where it may have slipped off when a Wave Crashed onto them at the water line.
I checked the Tide book and knew that it was high tide when this was lost and I would have to wait a few hours before I could thoroughly perform a water search with a Metal detector.
When I arrived to the scene at low tide,I  noticed right away that the Ocean had Naturally pushed in soft sand over the past few days plus the beaches slope down to the waters edge had a fresh belly with seaweed. This means that the Gold ring would be Deep,Very Deep.. So I set my equipment up to the deepest settings and began my search sweeping slowly and listening to those faint sounds. After an hour or so and a few Corona caps nearly 2 feet deep,,I had covered the entire soft slope to only wonder if this ring was down beyond depth of any Metal detector may reach or maybe there’s that slim chance it could be simply buried up in the dry sand?

I figured that I should just scan up above the area and to the entrance of where he walked to the beach from.Soon after griding the dry sand I heard a certain tone on this detector..
I stopped and just kept swinging my coil over the target this way,that way,while Smiling because I knew it…One scoop in the sand,Then out came this Gold Wedding Band that he has worn for 14years.  Thank you Chris for the kind reward.

Im available 24/7 Call Or text me at 760 889 2751. Curtis Cox