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    The Coin Hunter :)

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    Red face reliable metal detector??

    what is a good reliable intermediate metal detector?

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    Tesoro Cibola.

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    The Coin Hunter :)

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    [QUOTE="Terry Soloman;3805476"]Tesoro Cibola.[/QUOTE

    What about a fisher f2

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    [QUOTE=treasurehunter101;3805491]
    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Soloman View Post
    Tesoro Cibola.[/QUOTE

    What about a fisher f2

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    What about it? You want opinions, and I gave you mine - Tesoro Cibola. Best of luck to you!

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    Buy a new Cibola and you will never have to worry about paying one dime toward repairs for life. How is that for reliable?

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    The Coin Hunter :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan B View Post
    Buy a new Cibola and you will never have to worry about paying one dime toward repairs for life. How is that for reliable?
    Lol I know but that's really expensive I would like to stay in the 100-200 range at the most

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    Quote Originally Posted by treasurehunter101 View Post
    Lol I know but that's really expensive I would like to stay in the 100-200 range at the most
    As soon as I read the OP my thought was, "Depends on what you consider to be 'intermediate.' "

    I doubt that many here would consider that to really be an intermediate price range, but suggest you might wish to consider going 'used' to start, with that budget.
    GL

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    The Coin Hunter :)

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    Oh okay....

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    EJ

    May 2013
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    Ace 250 will get you hooked on the hobby in that price range. It's a great detector in my opinion.

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    Formerly Mach 1 Pilot

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    In that price range, you have two good machines... The Tesoro Compadre and the Fisher F2. The F2 can be bought as a package with an 8" coil, a 4" coil and a pinpointer at a price which is hard to beat.

    Tesoro Compadre


    Fisher F2 - versatile entry level metal detector
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    The Coin Hunter :)

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    Need up getting the bounty hunter tracker iv thank you do all of your ideas and opinions!!

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    EJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by treasurehunter101 View Post
    Need up getting the bounty hunter tracker iv thank you do all of your ideas and opinions!! Sent from my iPhone using TreasureNet
    good luck and show us your finds. You will have fun.

 

 

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