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December 25, 2010

metal detecting Saving History: Episode 23 -Sherman’s Shells

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  1. Leave Greg’s round balls alone… Naw, just kidding. You guys are funny at times, but love the seriousness of your ishow and the fact you are saving history a piece at a time.

    Comment by HayZing — December 25, 2010 @ 8:06 pm

  2. @forum157sf Get a life forum157sf. Dig on scdigger.

    Comment by pokogold — December 25, 2010 @ 8:24 pm

  3. Like anybody else i like your shows!!!! is it legal to dig in the states?
    i have also a quastion about a detector u bought one but he bleeps on all metal while i turn the seting to tone and disc how come, do you have a clue? Gr, Raymond

    Comment by zombie19844891 — December 25, 2010 @ 9:01 pm

  4. This was private property, and yes, we had permission from the landowner. Thanks for watching!

    Comment by SCdigger — December 25, 2010 @ 9:57 pm

  5. be careful with live shells guy in richmound blew hisself up disarming one.i live in stafford va i have been digging for over 25 years and have alot of fun doing it most of the spots here are gone to shopping centers and sudivisions but i allways have the good memories

    Comment by chevythecat1 — December 25, 2010 @ 9:57 pm

  6. the rond balls is a muskit ball

    Comment by legomaster24ful — December 25, 2010 @ 10:21 pm

  7. your like TREASURE FIEND AHH

    Comment by Simeon3511 — December 25, 2010 @ 10:31 pm

  8. i was detecting around by a river and i found sumthing kinda like keith’s at 3:48 but it turned out it was part of an old rusted septic tank. but good find you guys keep up the videos!
    -Fellow detector in MT

    Comment by 2015DevilDog — December 25, 2010 @ 10:40 pm

  9. just aswome to watch

    Comment by lordsyprus — December 25, 2010 @ 10:49 pm

  10. I enjoyed your video no history here in the north,keep up the good work.

    Comment by ugslamma — December 25, 2010 @ 11:35 pm

  11. Keith look wha..BOOOOOMMM!!!!

    Comment by aragamii — December 26, 2010 @ 12:14 am

  12. you guys are actually very good… ever though of going on a search to europe ??

    Comment by biomasterizing — December 26, 2010 @ 12:40 am

  13. damn… in my place, we dont have this kind of stuff (even if we do, its VERY rare)… sadly

    Comment by biomasterizing — December 26, 2010 @ 12:43 am

  14. hey SCdigger, do you have to get permission to do digs like these? Because I assumed that all battle sites were State parks?

    Comment by forum157sf — December 26, 2010 @ 1:32 am

  15. @SCdigger Wow! Nice hunt. Also, I live there!

    Comment by twisterman1999 — December 26, 2010 @ 1:45 am

  16. @SCdigger Holy crap. I live in Atlanta, Georgia!

    Comment by twisterman1999 — December 26, 2010 @ 2:09 am

  17. cool!

    Comment by DUSTY1373 — December 26, 2010 @ 3:07 am

  18. you guys know if you can find gold 2 feet deep with the
    Garrett GTP 1350 Metal Detector, like a big bag of gold coins????

    Comment by everthinghardcore — December 26, 2010 @ 3:32 am

  19. bubba ….what if you find a dead body frm the war?

    Comment by saintmj57 — December 26, 2010 @ 4:03 am

  20. you will have to look that up in your state but from what i have seen most of the time you cant dig in state parks

    Comment by painhammer4560 — December 26, 2010 @ 4:04 am

  21. Any chance of that ordinance exploding?

    Comment by Tnlrop — December 26, 2010 @ 4:55 am

  22. Nice shells!

    Comment by RecoveringRelics — December 26, 2010 @ 5:39 am

  23. Looks like good deer hunting !

    Comment by TheMasterguid — December 26, 2010 @ 6:29 am

  24. Great video! Keep up the fantastic work.

    Comment by AUSTINSNIPERJACK — December 26, 2010 @ 7:07 am

  25. @anonymoususerindenve

    Your attitude regarding interested amateurs and GPS is refreshing. The academic archaeologists are obsessed with irrelevant methodology.

    These guys really love and care about this stuff.

    Comment by MombasaNightTrain — December 26, 2010 @ 8:04 am

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