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  • Just like the first video, each dude

  • will travel to their own location and metal detect

  • for treasure.

  • May the best find win.

  • Today is Metal Detector 2.

  • Woo.

  • It's time to detect.

  • We're at the lake going island hopping,

  • and we're finding treasures.

  • The adventure starts now.

  • You'll see where we're going when we get there.

  • Eli, take us airborne.

  • Welcome to my backyard.

  • I'm in the great state of Colorado because I'm going big.

  • Ladies and gentlemen, I'm going for gold.

  • Chad, get over here.

  • Sometimes the best finds, you don't even have to bury.

  • Just have to find it.

  • There's no rulebook for Metal Detector 2,

  • so I am going to find a family heirloom.

  • More specifically, my wife's wedding ring.

  • We're here at a world renowned water sports complex

  • where thousands and thousands and thousands of people

  • come every summer.

  • I'm going to go ahead and call this a guaranteed win.

  • So I decided to take the Sea Doo out to a deserted island.

  • There is no thrill than when you are

  • metal detecting in an uncharted area

  • and you hear that first beep.

  • OK.

  • A great start.

  • Have a personalized grill top propane tank.

  • First island, first find.

  • Kept looking for beeps, and we got a lot of bottle caps.

  • Bottle cap.

  • Bottle cap number two, baby.

  • Bottle cap.

  • All right.

  • Here's the ring.

  • Shouldn't take me too long.

  • Let's metal detect.

  • When I'm looking for gold, I want to learn from the best.

  • That's why I brought in Jerry.

  • He is a contract miner.

  • He's going to be giving us a little tour.

  • If this was the first metal detector battle,

  • I mean, I get it.

  • But this is a sequel.

  • This is a second one.

  • I decided to go big.

  • [ROCK FALLS]

  • What just happened?

  • I don't know.

  • I literally think a rock just fell.

  • Day started good.

  • Decided to come down into the mine.

  • This is a first, and I like it.

  • Cory, I heard, is going to a gold mine.

  • The lazy river is the gold mine.

  • First find of the day lighter, busted headphone cord.

  • Not amazing, obviously, but every time you

  • can add an item to your final list, that's treasure.

  • Chad.

  • Oh, look over-- oh my gosh, we just found a well.

  • My heart is pounding out of my chest.

  • Oh.

  • I have an idea.

  • Let me see if I have a rope in the back.

  • I don't know what we're going to do

  • if we hear a beep down there.

  • Check this out.

  • [BEEP]

  • We got something, baby.

  • We've got a metal strap.

  • $2, $3 at a local hardware store.

  • I think something that, if I'm being completely honest

  • with you guys, scared me a little bit were all the signs.

  • Couple of days ago, there was a big cave

  • in so this whole area here was covered

  • with two great big rocks.

  • Here's the thing, guys, treasure hunters

  • have to know when to pass and when to go.

  • A lot of spiders, probably a lot of snakes,

  • and potentially The Ring girl.

  • So we're going to move on.

  • We just had a storm come through.

  • I think it's actually headed west towards Ty.

  • That's coming right for us.

  • And that falls under the heavy and extreme category.

  • What a beautiful day.

  • We're headed to island number two.

  • Checked out the mine, got this pretty sweet rock.

  • We're going to go up top, hit the stream, use our detector,

  • and pan for gold.

  • Started detecting, had really good energy at that point.

  • But reality set in.

  • I'm finding cans, that little screw thing, rebar,

  • a curved piece of metal.

  • Fail after fail after fail.

  • It's a phone.

  • I love this place.

  • Let's head to the creek bottom.

  • Woah, that's cold.

  • We're just finding trash, garbage, cleaning up

  • after humanity in this creek.

  • At the bottom-- I say bottom physically, emotionally.

  • We were at the bottom.

  • This has just turned into a no good, very bad treasure hunt.

  • Jerry, tell me if I'm wrong.

  • Nope, it's a piece of mica.

  • No.

  • No, Jerry.

  • Just flaking apart.

  • Gold won't do that.

  • Cut the camera.

  • [BEEP]

  • [THUNDER CRASHES]

  • OK.

  • Time to go.

  • Have we lost our minds?

  • This is no longer about treasure hunting.

  • This is about survival.

  • Near-death experiences bring people together,

  • and that's why Chad and I will have a forever brother bond.

  • [HANDS CLAP]

  • That's going to be a powerful moment on camera right there.

  • This was so dumb.

  • [SCREAMING]

  • [BIRDS CHIRPING] Not bad.

  • Hold on.

  • This is it.

  • [SCREAMING]

  • Honestly, not a bad necklace.

  • I don't know what it is, but I found it.

  • I am the king of the metal detector.

  • All right.

  • It's time to find a ring.

  • That's weird.

  • I thought it would be right there.

  • You know, it's at this point that a lot of treasure hunters

  • would probably call it quits.

  • Not this treasure hunter and his partner, Chad.

  • We got out there and we found the best treasure

  • of the entire day.

  • Maybe the entire video.

  • Pretty big hole to find a nail.

  • Piece of wire.

  • [BEEP]

  • Probably another nail.

  • And Chad nailed it.

  • I say that not knowing what the other guys have found, yeah.

  • It's got to be top five, though.

  • 100% top five.

  • For the sake of the video, I hope the other guys

  • are finding some treasure.

  • After panning for I don't know how long, I found something.

  • Let it do all the medium to hard work,

  • then we come down here and--

  • oh my god.

  • This is gold.

  • Where?

  • Point it out.

  • Oh, oh.

  • Oh my god.

  • Jerry, get over here.

  • Oh my god.

  • Jerry.

  • Did I just find gold?

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • That's a little-- they call that a picker.

  • Yes, I found a picker.

  • Why?

  • Because I can pick it out?

  • You can pick it up with your hand.

  • Because I can pick it up.

  • Woo.

  • We found gold.

  • Just sharing a peanut butter cracker like friends.

  • Just get here quick, man.

  • Sun's going down.

  • Minute that beep went off, my heart

  • knew that that was something big and worth something.

  • Oh, my.

  • VHF marine transmitter.

  • Kind of a weird hobby, but, hey, it pays off some times.

  • Yee-haw.

  • My second big find of the day.

  • I'm not going to freak out again this time, but that's gold.

  • And I'm thinking what we do is we add it

  • to my collection right here.

  • This is not detectable by a metal detector,

  • but the judge, hopefully, will respect it.

  • Looks like a decoration, like a pendant or a badge.

  • An old grandfather clock piece.

  • Metal shark tooth.

  • Never thought I'd find something like that.

  • Search this part of the yard.

  • You're looking for a wedding ring.

  • It's, I don't know.

  • A small missile?

  • Could be worth millions.

  • I'm starting to feel like Metal Detector Battle

  • 2 is in the bag.

  • I just found a bullet.

  • Do you think that's what that is?

  • The stories that that bullet could tell.

  • We're bringing back some darn good treasures,

  • and I'm pretty proud of them.

  • My wife's going to kill me.

  • After searching, each Dude returns home for judging.

  • Gentlemen, welcome home.

  • Hope you enjoyed your detecting as much as I did.

  • Just like last time, we have brought in a PMD, Professional

  • Metal Detector.

  • Wow.

  • Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you to Mr. Milliger.

  • Mr. Milliger, thank you for joining us.

  • How long have you been a PMD?

  • It was a calling since I was born.

  • Anyways.

  • I say we take our seats and let the judging begin.

  • Starting with one, there was a lot

  • of effort put into this right here.

  • Quantity is not always better.

  • I mean, it could be a huge shark tooth, a heavy shark tooth.

  • Not sure.

  • Two, not doing so great.

  • I'm not a geologist, so have no idea what rock this is.

  • And this group can't be used, either.

  • And it might be gold.

  • Like I said, I'm not a geologist.

  • Four has an old iPhone, cross necklace.

  • That's definitely going to go up on my list.

  • Walkie-talkie, propane.

  • Whoever brought this in not capped, that's a fire hazard.

  • After my professional assessment, number two,

  • I think you're disqualified.

  • [CLAPPING]

  • When you guys are done, I need y'all to head to my house.

  • I've got to find my wife's wedding ring.

  • Oh my god.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • No.

  • Hey, you dirty scoundrel.

  • Wrap this up quick.

  • For fourth place, I'm going with number four.

  • [CLAPPING]

  • See yourself out of the treasure room.

  • What if it's a real diamond earring?

  • It's not.

  • It's definitely not.

  • See yourself out of the treasure room.

  • I see the effort, but number one's

  • a because there's no value.

  • No value.

  • I'm sorry.

  • You forget about the leaf pendant.

  • You didn't even pick this up.

  • It looks like a metal shark tooth.

  • It does.

  • That's what I said.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • OK.

  • So as much as I hope and wish that this is gold--

  • I am just not sure-- and I love working stuff,