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Metal Detectors are Useful in Geocaching

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There is plenty of crossover with geocaching and other activities. In my local area, we have many people that seek out Survey Monument Markers, affectionately called Brass Caps. A ToTT (Tool of the Trade) that comes in very handy for them is a metal detector. This article highlights some of the ways that a Metal Detector can be useful for geocaching. 

Article Link: Metal Detectors are Useful in Geocaching by Michael Bernzseig

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