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Where Are The New Fisher Models ?


Well-known member
Well then Russ or some other spokesmen needs to step up and inform the long time users of Fisher products where First Texas stands about any new detectors??

rick in mi

Active member
Makes me want to get the latest F75. Just in case mine goes south. Doubt there will be any warranty on these new ones much longer?? I'm thinking they first came out in 07. I bought mine when the camo edition first hit the rack. A little paranoid thinking how long the old girl will last. hhrickinmi


Well-known member
I suspect any/most Fisher and Tek. detectors now getting sold are from First Texas web site. I know their main business for a long time has been making night vision goggles for the Military. Not sure about anything else along those lines. I still have a small numbers device that I purchased some three or more decades ago with made by First Texas Ind. on it and it is still going strong. The T 2, F 75 platform is still a great platform, but with the next generation of detectors now going strong and being bought by the next generation of detectorists, probably not as viable as they once were. At this point in my life, I'll never have another detector that I found as much silver and jewelry with as I did with a F 75. I was really in hopes that they would come up with something new and great. HH Jim Tn


New member
Even the Bounty Hunter brand is down to only 3 models on the Kellyco site.

Looks to me like First Texas has halted production. Seems strange. I thought the company was doing well.