Treasure Hunting Magazine Reviews
Newest Review: ... of them. They also have a website called Treasurehunting.co.uk. The magazine is extremely good reading. Usually about 100 ... more
Customer Treasure Hunting Magazine Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/09/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I have been a Metal Detectorist for nearly 30 years, after first being introduced to the hobby as a youngster. Over the years there has been a few different Metal Detecting related magazines aimed at our hobby and Treasurehunting is one of them. They also have a website called Treasurehunting.co.uk. The magazine is extremely good reading. Usually about 100 pages thick and has a number of regular features. These include Readers Letters News and Views Far and Wide Field Tests Tell us your Story Next Month Book Reviews Questions and Answers. The magazine also has special features, which include hoard finds ... Read the complete review
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