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DeepTech

What has been your # 1 detector in years passed

C.J.M.

Well-known member
I liked the Troy Shadow X5 for raw power, but it did seem to like iron. I also like the Minelab XTERRA 705 for sofistication.
Howdy Terry, what part of east Texas are you from?I am in the Victoria,texas area.
 

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IDXMonster

Well-known member
What are XLT’s and Minelabs doing on the Beep and Dig section??
 

fwcrawford

Well-known member
I guess as far as a beep detector, I would have to go with my Vaquero that I still own... love using it around old house sites.
Very light and quiet until it gets over something good.
Also have a Minelab Advantage that I still use from time to time.
Have made great finds with both!
 

nagant

Well-known member
I bought a compadre and a golden umax about 1994-6. still have the compadre but decided to up grade 2017, happy with the new but miss the golden.
 

Draco

Well-known member
My favorite detector for quick passes is my Treasure Euro saber. After I find an interesting place, I take the "Beast" My Goldscan5

Currently, I am the owner of a Tesoro Euro Saber, Tesoro Silver saber, Minelab Excalibur and Goldscan5
 

Danbythecreek

Well-known member
Fisher f75 black limited edition
Simplex
Tesoro outlaw
And my favorite park machine is the whites coin master. Straight up coin shooting hardly ever junk & always a pocket full of change. Paid for itself quick!

Verdict still out on Equinox 600
 

sasquache

Well-known member
yes...get out and show us more buttons and coins !
I'm really working on that bud but me and my buddy Ed will be hitting a 1700's area in a couple weeks we got permission but need to wait for the field's to be cut but i will be sure to post our adventure!!
 

Draco

Well-known member
I don't see how people like a one tone detector so much?
Tesoro's didn't keep up with technology went belly-up
I have had many detectors over the past 25 years and I still prefer threshold detectors. I don't use beep identification. The threshold gives me a lot of information about where I am. And yes, I dig it all. A simple iron gives me a lot of information about where I am and where I am. It is true, that I do not go to places infested with bottle caps, although sometimes I find some ...
 

Highlifter1000

Well-known member
Minelab Etrac
 
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