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Dave J.

New member
This is how one of our distributors celebrated Christmas:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng7Z1Krqn_0&feature=youtu.be
 

Elton

New member
May explain why I had a 75 that was a terrible detector. I myself destroyed it rather than pass it along as something I did not want.

Not sure it was not a real Fisher..But it certainly didn't operate like other 75's I have owned. Nor was it built the same.The head was always getting loose and had to be tightened up.
The metal rods were not exactly right either.Just felt different..poordepth and a lot of interference when on...plus GB was way off.

Thanks Dave for the video.........
 

dfmike

Well-known member
Fisher: Always imitated, never replicated.


That sure is a quick way to render them useless.
 
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