Found Whilst Metal Detecting

BiscuitsAB

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And Britian is one of the best countries in the world to do it in, because we have history and the government doesn't have histrionics about detecting unlike many countries.
Even the Crown Estates grant a licence/ no permit required on foreshores. MD on beaches can be dodgy, Natural England can get tetchy about 'disturbing flora & fauna'. There's also the Treasure Act and landowner/occupier property to be aware of, but in general it's off you go. Lots of UKMD clubs around UK for any questions.
 
And Britian is one of the best countries in the world to do it in, because we have history and the government doesn't have histrionics about detecting unlike many countries.
So long as you follow the rules!

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Thanks guys...eBay and Free cycle here I come.
Go look at Regton's in Birmingham, we couldn't fault them for knowledge and service:

Regton Metal Detector •• Hobby Metal Detectors and Accessories

ETA: we have our own permissions with landowners where we live but we are also members of Let's Go Digging who sort all that out and organise rallies. Last weekend we spent two days near Abingdon:

Lets Go Digging - Worldwide – Lets Go Digging - Specialist

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You all need to take your metal detectors and shove them up your arses until they find your fillings.

Bunch of cünts.
 
You all need to take your metal detectors and shove them up your arses until they find your fillings.

Bunch of cünts.
Odd that, I feel the same towards cyclists and fishermen

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Odd that, I feel the same towards cyclists and fishermen

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Yes, but I bet you never had to drive from Edinburgh, catch a ferry to Shetland to deal with a very dangerous...................bell, because of them.
 
Yes, but I bet you never had to drive from Edinburgh, catch a ferry to Shetland to deal with a very dangerous...................bell, because of them.
That job had your name all over it.:p
 

Joshua Slocum

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Not that I am aware of.

Heathrow is about five miles away but I don't think it was operational in WWII. Northolt is about 8 miles away. Hendon about 10 miles. Brooklands about 20.

Presumably the cartridge would most likely be at the point where it was fired.

I'm going for granddad pissing about or maybe had it from WWI.
Heathrow was an aircraft factory and Horsa Gliders were built there
Fairey Aviation were based there during WW1

History of Heathrow Airport - Wikipedia
 

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