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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    Looks like more "digger battle scars" Ouch!!

    I really look forward to all the neat fines you guys come up with.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Very generous of you, thanks! And don't you worry, I will be sure to put aside some of that gold n perhaps a few of those helmets for you

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    No problems,and PM sent,,I wouldnt be able to dig these places myself very soon it looks like anyways,,but I have wanted for years,,so if you go,bring a camera and share please
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    A good cut right there inka. Always nice it was a piece of glass and not some rusty iron scrap. How far down can you go with your F5? I found 4 horse shoes at 80-90 cm. The signal was of course weak but if you know your F5 you will also know when to dig

    Cheers and happy hunting

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    I dug a signal on about the same Depth,80-90 cm,but the signal was weak.)
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    Thanks inka

    Cheers

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    Thanks again for the pointers, I 'll be sure to bring my camera!

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    I hope you find something Slados
    Today I almost stayed at home to watch Movies,but I am glad I went to the stables area instead

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    The first signal I dug was this weird pointy thingie and a big D-ring..

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    Next to those was this fairly big horseshoe,could it be a wehrmacht one?? After this I dug several signals moving towards the river,but it was an endless supply of nails,bolts and rusted whatjamacallems..

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    I walked to the river where I was going to have a look. British and Norwegian troops had tried to stall Gebirgjägers on the hill in the photo,and later when they retreated they crossed the river in this area,tying belts and rifle slings together to act like a rope making the crossing more safe,,didnt find anything here though..

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    I started to get tired and was heading back to the car when I found a gold pit so to speak..

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    Looks to be a place with some potential inka Do i see a belt buckle?

    Cheers

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