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W3hat is the pro mean?

Phil66

New member
New here not new to detecting.Thinking on goiing to the dark side. That is I haven't used a bounty hunter since the 80"s.Looking at Lonestar and Landstar Bounty Hunter's.I Hope someone can answer my question?I notice. That is the case of both detectors some of both models have pro in there names and some do not?What is the difference?Are either a good detector?

Thanks Phil
 

Phil66

New member
Well could not find an answer on Google. I was shopping for a detector for grand son.Settled on a Lonestar without the pro.Seems to be an ok detector and it had a good price used.We will see!
 

straker

Active member
The new 'PRO' models are the latest offerings. Usually put into a newer control box variation. I'd prefer them over the 'muffler on a stick' original series. Just me.
 

BH505Man

Member
I was rather fond of my first Bounty Hunter (a muffler on a stick detector) the Pioneer 505. It had character... unlike the new pro seris (they all look alike) they are so generic!!!
 

Phil66

New member
Well fortunate or unfortunate no Bounty Hunter .. Close I sniped a Technetics Liberator on Ebay. First coin a 1955 D wheat cent.Did my hunted out yard again.That was yesterday.Today was going to a dried out lake.Heavy rain yet again.I can tell like the pro style already.
 

Missouri -- Ma Betty

Well-known member
New here not new to detecting.Thinking on goiing to the dark side. That is I haven't used a bounty hunter since the 80"s.Looking at Lonestar and Landstar Bounty Hunter's.I Hope someone can answer my question?I notice. That is the case of both detectors some of both models have pro in there names and some do not?What is the difference?Are either a good detector?

Thanks Phil
Welcome & happy Hunting! Persistance & practice is the answer & grandson will become a PRO! Ma
 
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