Monday 11 March 2013

Renewed Focus on UK Metal Detecting: How Many Machines Out there?

Readers may remember the claim, attributed to David Wood of the Federation of Independent Detectorists that "650,000 metal detectors have been sold in Britain ..."  If the figure is a reliable one, it has some quite considerable significance (see here and here) for assessing the rate of "success" the PAS has been achieving in its fifteen years and fifteen million quid existence. I never did hear from the FID as to whether they had been misquoted. On what basis did they calculate this figure and to what period does it refer?

Vignette: Tekkie facepalm

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