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    Metal Detectors

    Yes I know its not pc related but there are lots of us that have other hobbies. I am interested in getting a metal detector to hunt for buried stuff. Probably around water and old homesites in different areas. Any body have any info or tips to share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04gtxsc View Post
    Yes I know its not pc related but there are lots of us that have other hobbies. I am interested in getting a metal detector to hunt for buried stuff. Probably around water and old homesites in different areas. Any body have any info or tips to share.

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    John
    Bass Pro has some really good ones. This is the one we bought two years ago before our annual beach trip. http://www.basspro.com/Teknetics-Del.../103432/119470 The other one we had was my parents that bought it in the 70's. Finally gave out. The wife likes to go 'exploring' early in the morning with the seniors....

    It has the best of both world. It has the lower price but the functions of the higher end ones. It has a headphone jack to not annoy everyone around you. It is a lot of fun I might add. Bass pro has some that are 4-6k, yes k as in thousand.... You can really go a long way.
    They have one for 179 that isn't bad. It is all in what you are looking to pay.

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    I will check out what they have.
    You say seniors like it is a bad thing. be carefule how you answe that. Bill might take offense.

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    Its all good. Was just thinking we have some lakes that are really getting dry and lots of places have no water so thinking that pretty sure there is stuff lost there. i know a friend that has lost at least two pair of ray bans.

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    Bill is a friend and give him a little bit of a hard time occasionally. Not too much or he will get me lost in the swamp and leave me.

    John

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    I have been thinking about do that up here as well. The water is down 8 foot almost.... No telling what I will find.

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    Find a couple of pieces of gold and it pays for itself. Not too mention all the sunglasses. lol

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