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Got out with my 3300 today and sometimes it is better to be lucky than good!:detecting:
Posted by: Steve(MS)
Date: June 10, 2007 07:19PM
Went to a closeby ballpark that I check out after a week or 2 to see if there is any new clad droppings. I ran into a 90 signal on the meter and thought it would be a dime/penny so I stooped down and lightly moved the grass and out came a 10K gold ring! I wondered why it was giving that signal and rechecked and there was a penny right up under it.

I haven't hunted lately with the 3300, late last year though I found a couple of gold rings with it.
It's turning out to be a good luck detector for me and whenever I want to go ring hunting, I'll have to give it serious consideration:detecting:

Re: Got out with my 3300 today and sometimes it is better to be lucky than good!:detecting:
Posted by: chuck, ky
Date: June 11, 2007 08:15PM
large 10k rings will give a signal in the zinc penny range.

Re: actually, it was a small woman's ring, reading way down in the foil range.N/T
Posted by: Steve(MS)
Date: June 15, 2007 01:01AM

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What's the difference between the 3300 and the Titan 3000?
Posted by: Mick in Dubbo
Date: June 28, 2007 04:02AM
I thought that they were the same machine, but must have crossed my wires. I haven't found any info on the 3300.
Thanks.
Mick Evans.

Re: What's the difference between the 3300 and the Titan 3000?
Posted by: thompy
Date: June 28, 2007 08:07AM
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Re: What's the difference between the 3300 and the Titan 3000?
Posted by: thompy
Date: June 28, 2007 08:08AM
they are the same, different colors and the titan has a little stronger shaft and arm rest

Re: They are the same, the 3300 is made for radio shack.
Posted by: Steve(MS)
Date: June 28, 2007 12:39PM
I picked mine up while they were on sale last year for 112. I just couldn't resist at that price. I have found 4 rings with it so far, I only use it occasionally.

Thanks Steve and Thompy.
Posted by: Mick in Dubbo
Date: June 29, 2007 02:04AM
They don't sell them here in Australia, but Kellyco will be the place to go. If they were sold over here, then if the price of the Time Ranger is anything to go on, then it would be around $1250 Aus (that's about $1000 US).
One of it's stand out features, is it's level of discrimination available in such a light package. It weighs about the same as an Ace 250. That's impressive. There isn't another detector on the market that is that that light for the same level of discrimination. The only catch is, that I don't know how effective the discrimination actually is.
Mick Evans.

Re: Thanks Steve and Thompy.
Posted by: Steve(MS)
Date: June 29, 2007 01:24PM
I think most hunt in motion-all metal. I go by the numbers on the display along with the tone, the 3300 has 4 tones. I see some sold on the classifieds, I don't know how international shipping is but you should be able to get one for a lot less than a new one, there are 2 for sale on TD right now.

Thanks.N/T
Posted by: Mick in Dubbo
Date: July 01, 2007 12:11AM

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Re: Thanks.
Posted by: thompy
Date: July 05, 2007 10:44AM
what are the T-2 or xterra 70's going for? i think there much better units

Re: Thanks.
Posted by: Mick in Dubbo
Date: July 07, 2007 07:23AM
As far as I know, you can't buy a T2 in Australia. The X-Terra 70 sells for $1150.
Mick Evans.

Re: Got out with my 3300 today and sometimes it is better to be lucky than good!:detecting:
Posted by: MikeW
Date: July 14, 2007 07:39AM
Congrats on the nice ring.I like to take my 3300 out now and then.Its a clad vacuum.Earlier this yearI actually found a well worn 1899 barber dime at 5-6inches.I usually get lots of false signals even with low sensitivity but when I dont want to swing something heavy, its time for the 3300!!

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