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  1. #1
    us
    May 2007
    Southeast Missouri
    E-trac, Explorer II, Xterra30, Whites Prizm IV
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    Pinpointer: Please help!

    I have a Deleon and last night I found the unfired round of a 22 cal bullet, for those of you that may not know this item is really SMALL! I would never have found it if my friend did not have a pinpointer with him. I am trying to decide what to buy. I only have $50 right now but I am planning on working on getting some more money together. What do you reccomend as the BEST pinpointer? My friend has a bullseye II and it isn't too bad, doesn't seem to be too sturdy though. Any help would be great.
    "It isn't the age, it's the mileage" IJ

  2. #2
    us
    Jul 2006
    Midwest
    WHITES QXT PRO
    243

    Re: Pinpointer: Please help!

    A vibraprobe is a great one....sturdy and water resistant.
    It's not what you find that matters....it's the thrill of the Hunt!

  3. #3

    Dec 2006
    Watseka, Illinois
    CTX !!! Pro find , Sunrays
    869
    44 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Pinpointer: Please help!

    Fisher-bountyhunter-teknetics make a pinpointer ..I love mine!! AND its also about $60.00..
    WADE ON IN THE WATER AIN"T DEEP!!!!

  4. #4
    us
    May 2007
    Trinidad, Colorado
    961

    Re: Pinpointer: Please help!

    For convenience, it's hard to beat SunRay's X-1 attachable Target Probe. It'll set you back $150 or so but it truely is like having a small coil along with your machine setup. It's not perfect; just the best I have found. It is a must for Explorer SE owners; Tesoros, it will only help but do they even make one for it?

    GRB

  5. #5

    Jan 2007
    Hohenwald, Tn.
    ATPro, GTI 1500, Ace 250 and a ProPointer
    74
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Pinpointer: Please help!

    I use the Wizard Vib Probe II. It works really well and is only $37.95.

  6. #6

    Mar 2006
    Granby, CT
    455

    Re: Pinpointer: Please help!

    I like the Vabraprobe and sell them too.
    TonyinCT
    http://www.tcmetaldetectors.com

  7. #7

    Jul 2007
    Edgewater Fla,
    ACE 250... & Bounty Hunter LONESTAR
    22

    Re: Pinpointer: Please help!

    i just sent for one of these wizard probes fri so it should be here in a few days their around 38 bucks the tip of the probe lights up so u can see what your probing for ,and it says it water proof or the probe shaft is and it vibrates and it beeps and adjustable ground balance i think it said check out the link below. good luck on what ever one you buy !!!

    http://www.mytoolstore.com/wizard/probes.html
    Arrrr,,,,WHATS in YIRRrrrr WALLETTT....!!!!!!!

  8. #8
    us
    May 2007
    Southeast Missouri
    E-trac, Explorer II, Xterra30, Whites Prizm IV
    4,914
    16 times

    Re: Pinpointer: Please help!

    Well I have been using a Bullseye II for a while now, got it for $50 brand new. The only thing I can tell you is I will not go back to detecting without a pinpointer. I am going to save and buy a vibraprobe. But for now the II does a pretty passable job.
    "It isn't the age, it's the mileage" IJ

 

 

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