Metal Detecting DVD is Now Available as a Digital Download

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The popular metal detecting DVD, "Diggin It" is now available as a digital download, providing instant gratification for customers.

"Diggin It", one of the most highly sought after and celebrated video in the annals of metal detecting is now available as a digital download.

There is no denying we live in a fast paced world. No one wants to wait for the mail to deliver their items anymore.

"Once our customers discover 'Diggin It', they want to watch it right away," says Brian Priebe, producer and host of the video.

The long wait for the video to arrive in the mail is over. Now customers can watch the video in a matter of hours, not days. The video can be downloaded at the website,

The DVD contains a bonanza of tips on hunting in and around old houses, schools, town halls, churches, fairgrounds, train stations, stage stops, wharfs, swimming holes, beaches, ball fields, gardens, ghost towns, campgrounds, trails, parks, trees, sledding and skiing hills, bridges, water towers, hard rock tailings, dredge tailings, construction sites and more. There are invaluable lessons on conducting research to find more treasures, including coins, medallions, tokens, tags, charms, jewelry, meteorites, gold nuggets, relics, and caches. There are innovative ideas on shallow water hunting and night hunting. Hunting in the rain, where you'll even learn to build a rain jacket for your detector and winter hunts, when cabin fever sets in.

That's not all; you'll learn how the detector was invented, what makes it tick and accessories, supplies and tools to use. A fun filled Alaskan adventure, where we explore an old World War II ghost town. Eighty minutes of high quality fun and educational digital footage with an uplifting, patriotic soundtrack and great commentary.

"The best part of the digital download is our customers can implement all the knowledge they receive the very next day," continues Priebe.

For More Information Contact:
Brian Priebe
Phone: 907-495-5825


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