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Are there anymore 1236x2 "s anymore?
Posted by: dirt lizard
Date: January 24, 2016 01:17PM
I haven't heard from anyone running these machines for some time. I really miss mine it was a great machine for finding silver.



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Re: Are there anymore 1236x2 "s anymore?
Posted by: JJdigs
Date: January 26, 2016 06:29PM
I had one last summer, never used it to much because I worked to dang much. I did find a indian penny at around 8".... I should of kept it but I say that about every detector I sell !

Re: Are there anymore 1236x2 "s anymore?
Posted by: dirt lizard
Date: January 28, 2016 01:17PM
LOL that makes two of us.



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Re: Are there anymore 1236x2 "s anymore?
Posted by: amcjavelin
Date: February 04, 2016 06:35PM
dam good machine for finding silver I had a chance to buy mint one just recently but he collector price of $350.00 I think? to me it was a little much and resale at that upper end of things would be hard pressed to get

Re: Are there anymore 1236x2 "s anymore?
Posted by: dirt lizard
Date: February 09, 2016 06:22AM
I wish Fisher would comeback with their 1200 series.



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Re: Are there anymore 1236x2 "s anymore?
Posted by: JJdigs
Date: February 10, 2016 08:15PM
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dirt lizard
I wish Fisher would comeback with their 1200 series.[/quote
Heck yeah...that's what I'm talking about !


Re: Are there anymore 1236x2 "s anymore?
Posted by: dirt lizard
Date: March 03, 2016 05:54AM
Has any new machine replaced it. I haven't noticed.



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Re: Are there anymore 1236x2 "s anymore?
Posted by: Dave J.
Date: March 04, 2016 10:26AM
The 1200 series type machines aren't going to be resurrected, the market for them isn't large enough to warrant the up-front cost of bringing them back and then having to pit them against machines like the Eurotek.

In all-analog 'beep and dig" machines, what's left these days is several of our entry level machines that max out at about 6 inches (the Tracker 4 "muffler on a stick" is still a popular model), our underwater 1280-X, and some of Tesoro's lineup which although they're old school they're still respectable performers. It's possible that White's and/or Garrett's still have something in the beep-and-dig category, I haven't tried to keep up on their product lines.

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