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    cr
    Detecting fever comes and goes.

    Jun 2012
    San Jose
    Actual: Whites MXT All Pro, M6 and Tesoro Sand Shark Ex: BH Platinum, Tesoro Lobo, ST & Tejon, Teknetics Delta, Whites MXT, V3i, Dual Field, MX5; DP Wader, Garrett At-PRO, Fisher Gold Bug 2, CZ-70Pro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Escape View Post
    Take a look at Whites DFX. Dual frequency 3kHz and 15khz. Can run them independently or together. About $500. On second hand market.
    I have to agree that the dfx is a great detector. I have had lots of them and the one I have now is a dfx. It is quite accurate and for the price I can't think of a better one.

  2. #17
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    Dave

    Mar 2006
    Japan
    CZ-3D, CZ-20,CZ-21, F-75 LTD, AT Pro, F-44 Fisher Impulse 8 and 10, GTA 750 CTX (new) ADS Master Hunter 7 (Retired)
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    Just get a CZ-3D and be done with it"
    Okinawa Dave

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    Dave

    Mar 2006
    Japan
    CZ-3D, CZ-20,CZ-21, F-75 LTD, AT Pro, F-44 Fisher Impulse 8 and 10, GTA 750 CTX (new) ADS Master Hunter 7 (Retired)
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    Metal Detecting
    Just get a CZ-3D and be done with it"
    Okinawa Dave

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    us
    Jul 2006
    Jefferson, Ga
    BH LRP 1265X, GoldBug II
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    Quote Originally Posted by ponz View Post
    New guy John here (ponz)

    Fascinating topic and one I've been agonizing over for days. I'd like to begin this hobby shortly. I'd like to fish for Civil War relics, as I live in Missouri (KC area) and there are some battlefields around.

    I've been reading conflicting viewpoints on which MD would be better suited for these types of relics....lead, brass, iron...etc.

    Would someone please clear the air for me? Which is a reasonably priced MD for Civil War relics? Let's say around 500 bucks?"

    One person on this forum said this:
    "There's a general rule of thumb that frequencies above 10 kHz are better for relic hunting, and under 10 kHz for coinshooting."

    Thanks in advance for your time.

    Ponz
    "Which is a reasonably priced MD for Civil War relics? Let's say around 500 bucks?" For me it is my Fisher1265X. You can pick one up for less than $400.00 in good shape. It took me a while to learn in different soils.
    That is my (Go to) when looking for everything CIV or relic related. Old houses----out houses, etc. Don't take it to park where pull tabs are found.
    Last edited by GA_Boy; Sep 03, 2015 at 10:12 PM. Reason: Typos

 

 
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