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    Apr 2007
    E. Central Indiana
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    Good ol’ Scorpion

    Thru the years this outfit has paid many times over for itself, here’s an hours worth of coin ,yep here’$1.72, a Harley button and some lead strip, I spose I could even say it’s my most reliable, finditall detector, just checked owners manual, date on it is 2008, and never had to use the warranty it is mounted on whites rods, I take it with me when flying commercial, and vacationing, sure found a ton o stuff with this good ol’ beeper, even if it is old, and obsolete like me.
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  2. #2
    au
    Dec 2008
    Canberra
    LST, BDHI,Infinium,Sov XS,6000DI Pro SL,Scorpion,V-SAT,Spectrum XLT,Gold Spear,Scorpion,Sand Shark, Compadre,Sierra Madre,Safari, SDC2300, Sea Hunter,CS4PI,TDI OZ Pro, Vallon VMH3CS. Gardiner 202A
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    Beach and Shallow Water Hunting
    The old Scorp is a Garrett classic. Sure there are newer more trendy digital wiz bang detectors on the market but the scorp can do it all fuss free from the parks gardens, and tot lots to the gold fields and the beach.
    If you are a hard core treasure hunter who wants perfect TID and super depth then the scorp is likely not for you. But even so, don't be fooled into thinking the scorp is not up to speed . Learn how to use it and it will serv you very well indeed.

  3. #3

    Apr 2007
    E. Central Indiana
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    This particular Scorpion I been using for aprox 8 yr, had other stuff, but this is the go to, geterdone outfit.

  4. #4
    us
    Nov 2015
    Western USA
    Garrett AT Gold, AT Max, AT Pro, Ace 350, GTI-2500, Sea Hunter MKII, Infinium LS, Scorpion GS, Pro-Pointer AT, Fisher F75 LTD2, Gold Bug 2, F-Pulse, Whites 24K, TM-808, Schonstedt Maggie, Falcon MD 20
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    That's a great machine; I still have mine. I found it is great on native copper and for meteorite hunting as well. Another aspect of it that I like is the ore sampling feature. It's a solid well built analog machine that will yield a ton of great finds, even today.
    Money may not grow on trees, but it's often found under them!

  5. #5
    us
    Brent N. Moran

    Feb 2013
    Sedro-Woolley, Skagit Co. , Pacific NW. , Wa
    MineLab Equinox 800, MineLab X-Terra 705 Gold pack , Garrett Scorpion Gold Stinger, Compass Magnum 420
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Feeling guilty for not using mine for awhile, but have found more with the Scorpion than either of MineLabs.

 

 

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