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    Karson

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    Submersible Metal detectors

    Hey everyone is there any metal detectors out there that are like the Garret AT Pro but just not so expensive? Need one for on land and in the water and i prefer if it has a screen

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    He said not so expensive!
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    Karson

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    now that is a dream

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    Apr 2014
    North Florida
    Coinmaster 6000/D, Excalibur II
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    Beach and Shallow Water Hunting
    Hi, I'm new to th and looking at getting a new detector, mine is a coinmaster 6000.Is the minelab ctx3030 really worth the price?

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    The man asked about a meter for a water machine.....This is the only one that I know of.....I am not a beach hunter, so I can not comment.

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    Unless you choose to buy a used machine, most submersible detectors going to cost more than the AT Pro. If you are intending to search freshwater, I would suggest a used Tiger Shark.
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    When purchasing a water detector you have to take in account the machine will pay for itself in a short time, and all is based on your hunting locations. With this you can take the proceeds and purchase a screen machine for the land. Now this is rare but a distant friend just found a beautiful ring a few weeks ago, took it to the Jeweler, they recommended sending it to have it GIA cert. On return the jeweler bought the "stones only" for 35 g and he kept the Plat ring, less stones...hard to believe I agree but nothing better then a pic of the proceeds of the sale..less the purchase of a new CTX.


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    Georgia Red

    Mar 2013
    Valdosta, GA
    Garrett ATPro- 8.5x11, 5x8, CORS Fotune 5.5x9.5 Tesoro Silver microMax- 8 donut, 8x11 RSD, 3x18 Cleansweep Minelab Excalibur ll- 10" Tornado Minelab CTX 3030 Minelab Xterra 305
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    Quote Originally Posted by OBN View Post
    When purchasing a water detector you have to take in account the machine will pay for itself in a short time, and all is based on your hunting locations. With this you can take the proceeds and purchase a screen machine for the land. Now this is rare but a distant friend just found a beautiful ring a few weeks ago, took it to the Jewelry, they recommended sending it to have it GIA cert. On return the jewelry bought the "stones only" for 35 g and he got the Plat ring, less stones...hard to believe I agree but nothing better then a pic of the proceeds of the sale..less the purchase of a new CTX. <img src="http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=978050"/>
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    Aug 2013
    Florida
    Teknetics delta4000/Tesoro compadre/Garrett ace 250/Garrett propointer/Garrett at pro/Tesoro silver umax
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    Quote Originally Posted by OBN View Post
    When purchasing a water detector you have to take in account the machine will pay for itself in a short time, and all is based on your hunting locations. With this you can take the proceeds and purchase a screen machine for the land. Now this is rare but a distant friend just found a beautiful ring a few weeks ago, took it to the Jeweler, they recommended sending it to have it GIA cert. On return the jeweler bought the "stones only" for 35 g and he kept the Plat ring, less stones...hard to believe I agree but nothing better then a pic of the proceeds of the sale..less the purchase of a new CTX.


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    Now that md paid for itself.What an awesome find.
    Any find is a good find to me.It proves my md is working.

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    ca
    Nov 2013
    calgary
    AT Gold, Pro pointer AT, Lesche digger, Garrett digger.
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    nice find holy cow!
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    Karson

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    i agree nice find man

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    Apr 2014
    North Florida
    Coinmaster 6000/D, Excalibur II
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    37 times
    Beach and Shallow Water Hunting
    Great find!
    Someday I hope to be able to tell a similar story.
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    OBN
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    It was a Banner find for sure, 3 carats, biggest Diamond ring I have ever seen found by a metal detector...And the beauty of beach detecting is before every scoop we all dream of the big one...

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    Karson

    Jan 2014
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    hey this is off the subject but can you switch between the 8in. and the 11in. coils on the eurotek pro or do you have to get two different machines?

 

 
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