I have a Tejon and it is a gnarly machine.. It can almost feel borderline unstable, until you understand how to dial it in and listen to it. There isn't a better analog machine IMO.
Vaquero is something I want to get my hands on though. I hear it's comparable to the Tejon, but with the single 9v
I want to get something solid.. I use Lesche Shovels for regular detecting and would like to get something for the beach of similar quality and utility.
T-Rex looks nice, I'm just left wondering if it's actually worth those price tags.
I guess my curiosity is answered.. Just a French Tejon in the video I posted. I still think he's getting a little bit more depth on the air test than me.
I'm wondering if that RSD coil just has more depth than my standard 9x8 Concentric.. I might need to buy one of those coils.
There's one Vaquero listed on eBay right now. Bidding starts at $350. Shipping is $20.
I'm wondering what the current going rate for a used Vaquero is. Don't want to overpay if I decide to add one to my collection soon.
I just know that Mexico has a rich history in Silver.. I believe the Casa de Moneda Mint is the oldest running in the world? A lot of their coinage was made in silver back in the day and I'm just wondering if there are some old spots that haven't been hammered yet.
Tourism hits are another...
Ya, the guy in this video sounds French? Idk, I'm not good with languages.
I've seen the standard Blue/Grey Tejon and the Tejon Black, but never one styled like the one in the OP. I wonder if Tesoro actually made it or some guy got his hands on the schematics and started making some of his...
Foreign Tesoro units? Rebranded Tejon
I searched "Tesoro Tejon" on YouTube and then adjusted the search filter to "This Year"... every video at the top is from a foreign country. A couple of videos had what looks to be rebranded Tejons. Some of them getting some gnarly depth on air tests...