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Re: A few Vintage Bounty hunters from the early seventies,
Posted by: Bullwinkle1964
Date: November 29, 2014 04:35PM
The 70 s were awesome, i looked at the vintage metal detectors from the store window on my way to mow lawns! I think i was 12 years old. I just now bought a bounty hunter legacy 3500 last year. Some things are worth wating for.!!!!!!
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Re: A few Vintage Bounty hunters from the early seventies,
Posted by: Digginghound
Date: November 30, 2014 01:35AM
Yup, made in Oregon in Klamath Falls. I lived in Clackamas not far from Portland OR.

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Re: A few Vintage Bounty hunters from the early seventies,
Posted by: Harold,ILL.
Date: November 30, 2014 01:49PM
Back in the day Bounty Hunters were one of the top detectors. I was wondering,Wasn't the Red Baron the first VLF with Disc.? And wasn't it created by the great George Payne?

Re: A few Vintage Bounty hunters from the early seventies,
Posted by: Hightone
Date: December 01, 2014 12:39AM
At the bottom of my post with the old prices ad is a link to the Bounty Hunter story. Yes. George Payne created the first discrimination circuit as well as the first ground minerals rejection circuit (ground balance). His designs are still used in todays detectors. It seemed to be common for MD companies to steal and use others designs.



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BH Land Ranger Pro
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Have owned different Garretts,
Fishers, Tesoros, Whites and MineLab
in the past 12 years.

Re: A few Vintage Bounty hunters from the early seventies,
Posted by: Grams
Date: May 08, 2016 01:19AM
Hello all, just a newbe here trying to learn from your experience. Carry on and HH, Grams

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