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  1. #1
    Feb 2008
    Shelby Twp., mi
    Tesoro Cibola, Tesoro tiger Shark
    2 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    The garret 2500 is a cadialac or a yugo

    I want to get a good detector i have thought of spending the 1,200 on the garret 2500 and the blood hound attachment basicaly the who kit. is it a Good idea? I live in michigan and want to go from 1" to 15 feet if i feel like it. im new to this really dont want a cheap one but i want a good one i have more time on my hands than people know plus walking is the excersise im aloud
    Full Time Hunter

  2. #2
    Aug 2007
    West St. Paul Minnesota
    Whites Vision V3i, GMT, and X-Terra 705, Fisher Gold Bug Pro
    3 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: The garret 2500 is a cadialac or a yugo

    If you have a reason to go Deep then the 2500 is the way to go but you must use the bloodhound to do it. Other wise with the stock coils it wont surpass the other Md's out there Most seem to think its not as deep as the DFX and Minlab detectors.
    But with the blood hound and some good research you will find treasure
    Good luck and keep swinging
    Detectors used: Whites V3i & VX3 with SunRay DX1,Vision W/V3i upgrade, DFX,GMT,Garrett 2500,ATPro,ace250,Sea Hunter, Mine Lab Explorer SE Pro, Xterra & ETRAC, 705,& 70, Fisher Gold Bug Pro
    You have reached the end of the trail, the Buck stops here!! DFXDon

  3. #3

    Dec 2007
    Tierra del Fuego
    23 times

    Re: The garret 2500 is a cadialac or a yugo

    With the specifications you've mentioned, you probably couldn't make a better choice.

    I am a pathological liar and a functional illiterate.

  4. #4
    Sep 2006
    White's V3, Minelab Explorer II & XP Deus.
    1853 times

    Re: The garret 2500 is a cadialac or a yugo

    Hello Mars. I have had "the kit" if you will, if you think you'll need to go that deep for caches etc go for it.
    Note that the eagle eye (2 box) works in "true all metal" thus it will react to EVERY piece of metal large enough.

    Don said it well. 8)
    Geologists are gneiss, tuff, and a little wacke.



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