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Digging in Norway & Kurland

Article about: Hi everybody! I have been a lurker in these forums for a few years and found it was time to present myself and open a thread where I will post some pics from expeditions and finds. Some of t

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    Glenn, I ve got myself a rope-ladder so now it wont be long till I go check it out

    Havent tried the Excalibur no..

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    Errrr, Steve not Glenn,,, lol, tell you what id crap myself going down there but who knows what you could find bud,,good luck.

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    It is waterproof and you can mount the electronics on your belly so it is light during use.
    Excalibur is a diving detector, but i have used mine under and over water for years.

    check out excalibur II 1000. There is a norwegian importer for Minelab. He is very professional and honest.

    Minelab Excalibur undervanns metalldetektor | - metalldetektor utsalg. Metallsøkere og kabelsøkere på nett.
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

    "Be Humble and kind, for you may find that it was Odin you entertained"

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    Hehe,sorry Gle...STEVE I ve tried to find out about this bunker but no one knows about it. Could be German, but it can also be Cold War era, so Im looking forward to go down there

    Thanks TrondK, will have a look at it

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    The latest addition to my medal and badge collection

    Digging in Norway & KurlandDigging in Norway & Kurland

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    Nice! Dug example?

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    Hey inka.... I just finished viewing your whole post... And i want to comment that WOOOOOOOOOOOOOW mate!!!!!
    First things first... You are living the dream for sure!

    After that i have to mention that you are very lucky to be living near such places with little human involvement after the war since i live on Crete and everything is messed up here in a post-war way!

    You might see plenty of helmets being hung on walls as decorations, bombs being made into plant vases, rifles as farm metal poles etc. Almost everything is nearly ruined! Yet i get lucky sometimes and find some well preserved goods!

    Nevertheless i hope you come across a Ju87 or a Me109 downed somewhere there soon! I'm sure there is one just waiting for you to find and amaze us all!

    Keep it up mate and thanks for the information on your website regarding the oxalic acid!!!

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    Downed German planes are all over the place here in Norway, they are classed as war graves though, so... off limits.

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    Thanks a lot LizardKing
    There is plenty of wrecks here yes, 3 or 5 around my valley I think. Will make a trip up to one or two of them this summer for taking pics and such. There is no bodies in those wrecks though

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