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Item Found: Rare

Location: New York

Metal Detector Used: Spectra Series (800-0319-HP)


May 1st, 2011
  White's Electronics,

When people come into my shop & notice my extensive collection of arrowheads. I'm always asked can a metal detector find stone arrowheads. My answer is always yes. I can go to almost any intersection of bodies of water & search for colonial coins & in the process dig up arrowheads. The streams & rivers of colonial times were like the high speed highways of today. In the course of history you would have Native Americans encamped in these areas as well as military activity.

Bob @ northeast metal detectors

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