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Great read, thanks.

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I'll be trying out my c-scope 3mx on a beach for the first time over Easter.
Many txs for a really interesting and informative article :clap

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Many thanks,good stuff :g50:

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Good Stuff Phil :g38:
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very informative phil must give it a try one day
all I have to do is find whatever is hiding there below my feet
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Brilliant article, clear and concise. I love beaches ... makes me want to go out NOW (apart from the weather that is) :g38: :g50: :g38: :g50: :g38: :g50:
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Thanks for posting, excellent read :g50: :g50:
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Excellent read and will help me along on my first Beach dig this weekend.

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Hi Mo and Brian,

Thanks for the info re beach detecting. I found it very useful and interesting.

Can anyone advise if detecting on a beach; are you then allowed to metal detect if there is a tributary ? Or do you have to stop at the beach area and not allowed near the river mouth?

Thanks.

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This is really interesting and helpful! Thank you! :)

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