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Aquachigger Digs old Iron - Metal Detecting


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Default Aquachigger Digs old Iron - Metal Detecting

I don't know if anyone follows Beau Ouimette's YouTube channel. Nick named the Aquachigger because he hunts a lot of rivers for Civil War relics. In this video, he finds a lot of old iron objects and it's just fun and relaxing to see what objects he pulls up from the depths of time. Several objects definitely are pieces of old farm implements. maybe you know what some of them are? Warning if you don't like spiders!

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I've watched his videos in the past. Crazy he was able to find 6 or 8 pieces of unfired artillery shells in one episode. He has some neat finds.
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He found some gearing this episode that I wondered if they came from corn shellers. He pulled at least one tooth from a tractor wheel in this episode.
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