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    Jun 2015
    South Georgia
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    I may be alone on this one but...
    My first setup was a harbor freight 9 function and pin pointer.
    I spent under $50 for everything with a 25% coupon. I was willing to risk the $50 just in case it was something I wouldn't gravitate to.

    The HF 9 Function is a single tone discriminating machine. The depth is decent to mediocre. Overall, the machine paid for itself at least twice over and what's more important, it forced me to understand how to adjust a detector to make it work the way I wanted it too. It really made me want to learn more, and it was simple enough to keep me going.

    For such a small investment, I literally challenge anyone to find a better machine for double it's selling price.

    It's truly a great, basic machine.
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    us
    Mar 2011
    San Diego
    Equinox 800, Treasure Probe IV, E-Trac, 3 Excal 1000's, White's GM3 V-sat. White's TM808, VibraProbe, 15" NEL Attack, 5X10 Joey, Steath 920ix and 720i, TRX, etc....
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    I guess if you're satisfied with surface finds and don't need any options or longevity, but, IMO, twice a piece of junk is still a piece of junk. The ones I've seen at the store are all made in China and have that cheap feel and look to them. In a modern urban park setting, I think most people would get frustrated trying to get them to find good targets over junk ones.
    "jus cuz it's wrote down, don't make it so"

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    Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro under $300 new, & often available used; Bounty Hunter Quick Draw Pro around $200 new; Teknetics Digitek $129 (detects coins to 7"); Fisher F44 $349 new, but about $250 used; Teknetics Delta 4000 $199; Teknetics Eurotek Pro with 8" concentric coil $219, or with 11" DD coil $299 new & under $250 used; Teknetics Gamma 6000 new currently $299 but was $239 new price, around $200 used; Bounty Hunter Platinum 1 dealer was selling for $299 new, but used ones are often available for $200 or so. Lots of choices, you can compare them at metaldetectorreviews.net/ Best wishes.

 

 
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