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Posted by: Monte
Date: January 14, 2018 08:46AM
It is a good and versatile Tesoro and very capable for a lot of hunting applications. If you are hunting in a brushy or trashier environment, you might want to consider adding the thin-profile 6" Concentric coil to your set-up.

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Re: Queston?
Posted by: John (Ma)
Date: January 14, 2018 09:26PM
I have a MXT that I love when I want ID. I also have a Tejon that I love as well which is much lighter. I've tried several different detectors and keep coming back to these two.

Re: Queston?
Posted by: txop
Date: January 28, 2018 08:19PM
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John (Ma)
I have a MXT that I love when I want ID. I also have a Tejon that I love as well which is much lighter. I've tried several different detectors and keep coming back to these two.

I also carry an MXT with me when I go hunting. I have the 4x6 eclipse coil on it for trashy areas. It's not as deep as some detector but it's ID is dead on for coin targets. I have been looking at the Tejon because of the dual discrimation but still undecided. Have to study it a bit more.

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