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    CASPER

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    Mar 2011
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    Does Fisher still make the CZ3D? I thought it was discontinued.
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    Does Fisher still make the CZ3D? I thought it was discontinued. Not being waterproof, I would probably not have it on MY list.
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    "Dew" Meeker

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    When you say BEST for 2020..... im not sure i agree with a PI being a machine of choice in ALL conditions. Also ... you never mentioned the new TDI or the MDT. Both very good machines.
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    I agree. I would rather use a TDI Beachhunter over the Garrett SeaHunter. Also, if we're putting detectors that aren't waterproof on the list, I would rather use an Etrac, Explorer, or even a Sovereign over the Fisher CZ3D when it comes to salt water and wanting discrimination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudamark View Post
    I agree. I would rather use a TDI Beachhunter over the Garrett SeaHunter. Also, if we're putting detectors that aren't waterproof on the list, I would rather use an Etrac, Explorer, or even a Sovereign over the Fisher CZ3D when it comes to salt water and wanting discrimination.
    Pretty large price difference between a TDI and a Sea Hunter ($450). That was one of my reasons. I tried to include the entry level machine, on up. I REALLY dislike Whites machines, and that is part of it as well.

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    Some of us here really do like the Excals

    Does Kellyco still make the mods on them? I put mine on a straight shaft and had Kellyco do the pin point mods 4 (?) years ago..... My brain has mud in it now.....
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    Mar 2005
    Port Richey, Florida
    Fisher 1280x Aquanaut Minelab Excalibur II
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    Is that list first to last or last to first?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry In Florida View Post
    Is that list first to last or last to first?
    Priced lowest to highest.

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    "Dew" Meeker

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    I wasn’t reading it that way.... price to me is immaterial when you say best. The machines maybe better than their price tag.... but if some one is looking for the best beach machine price doesn’t out weigh performance..... which is what I’m looking for.

    you know that Keith at ML repair does those PPers Deepseaker
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