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Re: I have a Fisher Coin$trike. How does it compare to a CZ3d?
Posted by: lytle78
Date: June 30, 2017 07:28AM
Whites TDI can be tuned (by adjusting the GB setting) to totally ignore them and still hit coins.



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Re: At some point certain round steel/iron
Posted by: Dan-Pa.
Date: July 01, 2017 09:31AM
If your saying a CZ has problem also...sure does like rusty deep nails, however once you dig a plug the pinpoint moves to the side and I move on..
Coinstrikes problem to my knowledge has no answer, even the best in business had no answer except don't hunt in areas with rusty round steel caps and again imagine it would excel in such an area...

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Re: I have a Fisher Coin$trike. How does it compare to a CZ3d?
Posted by: Cal_Cobra
Date: July 16, 2017 01:52AM
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Dan-Pa.
Even the Fisher so called experts didn't have any idea how to solve the coinstrikes problem including their poster boy at the time Bill Ladd.

I seem to recall that Bill loved the C$ back in the day....he was friends with the designer who outfitted his with a trigger, and always preached the 525 setting to start off with.

I wouldn't mind picking up another C$ one of these days....

Re: I have a Fisher Coin$trike. How does it compare to a CZ3d?
Posted by: u2robert
Date: January 22, 2018 11:41PM
What is the 525 setting?

Re: I have a Fisher Coin$trike. How does it compare to a CZ3d?
Posted by: u2robert
Date: January 26, 2018 10:12PM
Funny that you asked this question because I had my coin$ out today and it goes every bit as deep as the CZ models I have used and I've used every model but the CZ6. The coin$ gives alot more info to decide if you want to dig a target. I found a 1965 dime 10" and a brass shell casing that's rimfire at 10-11" and the coin$ love them rusty bottle caps.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/26/2018 10:14PM by u2robert.




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