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Hi all from stoke on trent. I'm new to metal detecting I've never done it before
I av just required a Altair treasure seeker. I av no land to try this on at the moment
I've tried knocking on a few farmers doors but no luck. I would like to buddy up
With someone to show me the ropes on metal detecting. I av my own van willing to travel in Staffordshire and surrounding areas
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Hi welcome to the Forum. Do you mean an " Altai Detector " by the way ?
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Hi and a warm welcome from sunny Cornwall and good hunting
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Don’t give up door knocking-it’s hard to swallow the knockbacks
One day the clouds will separate and somebody will say yes.
All the best from the Borders.
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Keep plugging away with the door knocking mate
When you eventually get a permission its almost as good as finding something really good. I remember coming home and telling my wife " ive got a permission" it was a little emotional!
They usually follow on from there with abit of luck,then you can start to be picky on the ones you choose too visit and put time in on
History the best story yet!
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Hi and welcome to the forum.Greetings from East Riding.