Sponsors and Friends Of COMDC

Sponsors and Friends Of COMDC Texhoma Metal Detectors For better deals on great metal detectors and accessories mention you were referred by Central Oklahoma Metal Detecting Club Click here to go to Texhoma Metal Detectors web site Metal Detecting Stuff For a good deal tell them you heard about them from us. Click here to go to Metal Detecting Stuff web site. Garrett Metal Detectors Click here to go to…

Find of the month

    Find Of The Month 2018 July Winner Brad Patterson #1 Gold Ring June Winner Roy Porter #6. 1925 Buffalo Nickle. May winner Celeb Naylor #4 Gold pendent. April Winner John Ayers with the Railroad tag. March   Winner # 2 John Ayers February Winner #3 Brad Patterson with his Buckle January 2017 December Find of The Year Winner for 2017 Find of the month  November  October August 2017…

New to the Hobby? Here are some frequently asked questions I get from some of the newbies.

Being the President and administrator of our Facebook page and being very active in many other Detecting groups, I get a few questions from some people that are interested into getting into this hobby. So I thought I would write an article for anyone that is interested into getting into metal detecting and try to answer some of the obvious questions that you may have, such as what machine is best…

By Laws

By-Laws of central Oklahoma Metal Detecting Club Name: Central Oklahoma Metal Detecting Club (COMDC). The Central Oklahoma Metal Detecting Club is a group of metal detector enthusiasts. The purpose of organizing our club is to gather together metal detectorist for fellowship, to grow in knowledge of historical facts and historical locations and to share such with members, to promote the interest in the hobby of metal detecting and to educate…

Brad Patterson Story

https://www.whiteselectronics.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/DiscoverMagazine_2017_1-1.pdf?mc_cid=1688cd0ff9&mc_eid=98eaa3d75c BRAD PATTERSON STORY Army Bracelet returned to soldier after being lost for over 60 years. Most treasure hunters jump at a chance to metal detect vacant city lots, especially when it’s on city property, and especially when the city has cleaned the top soil off the corner lot behind the newly remolded city court chambers building, to put in a paved parking lot. The old house that sat on…

Metal Detectors code of ethics

TREASURE HUNTERS CODE OF ETHICS   I WILL respect all private property and do no metal detecting without the owner’s permission. I WILL fill all excavations so as not to pose a danger to people or livestock. I WILL appreciate and protect our heritage of natural resources, wildlife, and private property. I WILL build fires in designated or safe places only. I WILL leave gates as I found them. I…