Fall Sale on Metal Detectors 2017 from MetalDetector.com

2017 Fall Metal Detectors Sale Offers:

Brothers Michael (L) and Daniel (R) Bernzweig of MetalDetector.com invite you to enjoy our 2017 Fall Metal Detectors Sale promotion.

Brothers Michael (L) and Daniel (R) Bernzweig of MetalDetector.com invite you to enjoy our 2017 Fall Metal Detectors Sale promotion.

1. Exclusive for our MetalDetector.com customers from Bounty Hunter are the Platinum, Titanium and Gold Models. Each are huge on features and include a jumbo display screen to see your treasure before you dig. All this and priced far below what you would expect:

– (Top Pick) Bounty Hunter Platinum Metal Detector (Save over $280) Our Best Selling Model Bounty Hunter Metal Detector at the Lowest Price of the year. Free Headphones, Full-Size Carry Bag and Bonus Accessory Kit Included. List Price: $579.95 Fall Sale price: $299.95 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $26.37: Get Details — Also see: Bounty Hunter Platinum Pro with 11″ DD Search Coil
– Bounty Hunter Titanium Metal Detector (Save $150) Premium middle of the line model features both audio and visual target identification and 2 preset modes. Free Bonus Accessory Kit Included. List Price: $399.95 Fall Sale price: $249.95 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $21.97: Get Details
– (Hot Starter Unit) Bounty Hunter Gold Metal Detector (Save $100) Turn It On And Go Treasure Hunting with both audio and visual target identification and preset controls. Free Bonus Accessory Kit. List Price: $279.95 Fall Sale price: $179.95 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $15.82: Get Details

2. Garrett AT Pro Metal Detector (Save $97) Discover the all-terrain metal detector — perfect for finding coins, jewelry and relics on land, on beaches and even under water! List Price: $649.95 Fall Sale price: $552.46 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $48.57: Get Details

3. XP DEUS Metal Detector  Starter Budle with WS4 Display + 9″ OR 11″ Search Coil + FX-02 Heaphones (Save $301) Easy To Use – Wireless Metal Detector, Ultra-Fast Response – See targets in, around and under iron & other items! List Price: $1,100.00 Fall Sale price: $799.00 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $70.24: Get Details

4. Exclusive from Fisher Metal Detectors for MetalDetector.com customers. Enjoy huge savings on these time-proven, best selling Fisher metal detector models:

– (Top Pick) Fisher F70 Metal Detector with 11″ and 5″ DoubleD Search Coils (Save over $508) F70 is equally top’s for gold nugget prospecting, coin, relic, jewelry plus ocean beach hunting. Ground balance range goes all the way to salt. 40 hours on 4 AA batteries. Famous Fisher 5 Year warranty. Free Headphones, Full-Size Carry Bag and Bonus Accessory Kit Included. List Price: $1008.00 Fall Sale price: $499.95 Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $43.95: Get Details
Fisher F70 Metal Detector with 10″ Concentric Search Coil (Save $349) Same top features and benifits as shown in the F70 above with one search coil, a 10″ concentric coil. Free Headphones, Full-Size Carry Bag and Bonus Accessory Kit Included. List Price: $799.00 Fall Sale price: $449.95 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $39.56: Get Details
Fisher F5 Metal Detector with 10″ Search Coil (Save $199) For a modern metal detector to find coins, jewelry and relics, look to the Fisher F5. Advanced display features and ground tracking. Free Headphones, Full-Size Carry Bag and Bonus Accessory Kit Included. List Price: $549.95 Fall Sale price: $349.95 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $30.77: Get Details
Fisher F4 Metal Detector with 11″ DoubleD Search Coil (Save $149) For a modern metal detector to find coins, jewelry and relics, look to the Fisher F5. Advanced display features and ground tracking. Free Headphones, Full-Size Carry Bag and Bonus Accessory Kit Included. List Price: $449.00 Fall Sale price: $299.95 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $26.37: Get Details

5. Makro Racer 2 Metal Detector (Save $133) Developed for searching coins, jewelry and relics, the RACER 2 features include Notch Filter, Iron Audio, Tone Break as well as a new DEEP mode. The Racer 2 features a simple, easy-to-use menu design. List Price: $882.00 Fall Sale price: $749.00 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $65.85: Get Details

6. (Big Kids and Beginner Adults) Bounty Hunter Legacy 2500 Metal Detector (Save $140) – Huge value in a beginners detector with four tone audio and visual display target identification. Includes Free Bonus Accessory Kit. List Price: $319.99 Fall Sale price: $179.99 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $15.82: Get Details

7. Garrett Ace 400 Metal Detector (Save $59.99) – King of Garrett ACE metal detectors. The Garrett ACE 400 includes advanced features like Iron Audio, Digital Target ID, and Frequency Adjust to help you dig more treasure and less trash. Free for a limited time: Includes headphones, environmental coverup, coil cover. Includes Free Bonus Accessory Kit. List Price: $399.95 Fall Sale price: $339.96 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $29.89: Get Details

8. Teknetics T2 Metal Detector (Save $550) High-performance multi-purpose professional grade metal detector. Re-introducing the American “Classic” high end metal detector at a NEW mid-range price. Free Bonus Accessory Kit. List Price: $1,049.00 Fall Sale price: $499.00 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $43.87: Get Details

9. Fisher F75 Metal Detector (Save $550) Top detector features with excellent depth and ease of use make the F75 a great choice for hunting for coins, relics and gold nuggets. Free Bonus Accessory Kit. List Price: $1,249.00 Fall Sale price: $599.00 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $52.66: Get Details

10. Tesoro Mojave Metal Detector (Save $27.90) This 12 KHz Tesoro detector has a 2 position HIGH and LOW ground condition switch for varying soil conditions. Includes Tesoro’s PRECISION 7” Search Coil. Featherweight detector at 2.2 pounds. List Price: $279.00 Fall Sale price: $251.10 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $22.08: Get Details

11. Makro New JeoHunter 3D Dual System (Save $2499.95) One System – Includes Everything You Need To Locate Large Treasures At Extreme Depths and as a Full Color 3 Dimensional Image! List Price: $6,499.95 Fall Sale price: $4,000.00 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $351.66: Get Details

12. DRS Electronics Ground Exper Pro Metal Detector (Save $1300) See full color image scans of targets both large and small. The Ground Exper can distinguish between trash such as a soda can and valuable targets like a single Gold coin. Locate treasures as deep as 5 meters below the ground. List Price: $7,800.00 Fall Sale price: $6,500.00 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $527.41: Get Details

13. Whites MX Sport Metal Detector (Save $50.95) This waterproof unit can do it all! Beach hunting, relics, coins and jewelry. 7 search modes to help you find treasure both at the beach and on land. List Price: $799.95 Fall Sale price: $749.00 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $65.85: Get Details

Here are the Metal Detector Accessories on Sale:

1. Nippon Audio Headphones for use with Metal Detectors (Save $40) This headphone is full-sized and lightweight with an advanced design. Use this headphone with any brand of metal detector. Our best selling headphone for metal detectors. List Price: $79.95 Fall Sale price: $39.95 Get Details

2. Gold Metal Detector Accessory Starter Kit (Save $219.85) Contains All the Accessories You Need to Go with Your Metal Detector: Headphones. Digging Trowel. Carry Bag. Free Bonus Golden Doubloon Replica Coin. Our best selling metal detector accessories kit. List Price: $289.80 Fall Sale price: $69.95 – Buy With 12 Monthly Payments As low as $12.00: Get Details

No matter where you are located, you can take advantage of our annual MetalDetector.com Fall Sale on metal detectors. Beginning now and running through Midnight December 21, 2017, you will find our best metal detector deals and special values. Feel free to Contact Us with your questions or comments. Our Learning Library of metal detectors and the buying guide articles section is a great place to learn about selecting equipment. It’s a great resource on metal detectors and accessories for those just getting started with metal detecting.

Our Annual Fall 2017 Metal Detectors Sale is Now in Progress!

Remember, as you shop metal detectors, these special promotional offers are good only at MetalDetector.com and valid while supplies last. Be sure to take advantage of these offers now as they end at Midnight on December 21. Feel free to Contact Us with your questions or comments.

What Are Metal Detector Search Coils and Which One Should You Choose?

A larger search coil will detect deeper plus cover more ground. Detech 13" Ultimate Search Coil pictured above.

A larger search coil will detect deeper plus cover more ground. Detech 13″ Ultimate Search Coil pictured above.

One of the most important parts of a metal detector is it’s search coil. Search coils help determine in part how deeply the metal detector can search, the size of treasure it can find, the way the machine reacts to the type of ground you’re hunting, and more. Let’s take a minute to talk about the types of search coils available and how to determine which metal detector search coil that would be best for you.

Search Coil Size: Small, Medium or Large?

Search coils come in small, medium, and large sizes. Smaller metal detector search coils will find smaller treasures closer to the surface, like gold flakes for example. Larger sized search coils are used for finding larger items like treasure caches of coins that are buried deeper underground. Mid sized search coils fall in about, you guessed it, the middle with regard to the size and depth of treasure they can locate.

The type of metal detector search coil has an effect on your treasure hunting as well. The two most widely used search coils found on metal detectors at this point in time are:

  1. Concentric
  2. Wide Scan

Concentric metal detector search coils offer improved target discrimination while you should choose a wide scan search coil if you’re hunting in a location with heavy ground mineralization like the wet salt water beach.

One company to look to when selecting an additional search coil is Detech. Detech makes search coils for a wide variety of metal detector models from today’s top brands. For more on metal detector search coils, all they do for your machine, and which one is the best for your current needs, please enjoy these articles from our learning library.

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Garrett AT Max Detectors Shipping from MetalDetector.com

Michael and Daniel Bernzweig of MetalDetector.com announced today that MetalDetector.com has started fulfilling orders for the much anticipated Garrett AT Max metal detector.

Michael and Daniel Bernzweig of MetalDetector.com announced today that MetalDetector.com has started fulfilling orders for the much anticipated Garrett AT Max metal detector.

A Limited Number of Garrett AT Max Detectors Have Begun Shipping Today

We are excited to announce that we have just received and shipped our first delivery of the much anticipated Garrett AT Max metal detectors. While we expect it will be some time before all pre-orders have been filled, it is exciting to see that orders are starting to ship.

Get Your Garrett AT Max Order in Today

If you have not placed your Garrett AT Max pre-order yet, take a moment to place your order now. We are shipping orders to our customers in the order in which product is received from Garrett and orders have been placed with us.

Full AT Max Metal Detector Details

You will find reviews, product specifications, a video, a product manual and be able to place an order for a unit on our Garrett AT Max product page.

 

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Digging Deep for Hidden Treasure- What are the Advantages?

Detech Chaser Metal Detector

The Detech Chaser Metal Detector, a great unit for deep coin hunting.

Using a metal detector is a science in itself—particularly, discerning  its individual beeps and tones. Once you have mastered your detector, you can focus on how deep you are finding targets. Some hobbyists only focus on targets that are buried 2-5″ deep. Others swear that their best targets are buried much deeper. Civil War relic hunters often talk about great finds buried 10″ and more underground. If you are looking to find better treasures, you may consider a detector that is built to find deeper targets, such as the Teknetics T2, Fisher F75. or Detech Chaser. One well-known treasure hunter who makes videos, “Aquachigger,” always digs deep holes while searching 1800’s homes- finding “Seated Liberty” quarters, Indianhead pennies, muskets, belt buckles and buttons.

Listening to Your Signals

The textbook coin signal is “round”. What this means is that for coins laying flat, the signal has the same characteristics no matter what angle you scan it. As you walk around the target while swinging the coil back and forth, a coin sound will be smooth and repeatable. If it beeps for half an inch one way, the “round” signal will beep for half an inch every other way. Oversized objects (like pop or beer cans), may give loud signals from one angle, but no signal from another.

Get the Most Depth Out of Your Detector

Here are expert tips to get the best depth out of your metal detector:

  1. Turn up the Sensitivity.  You can find the optimal setting for the particular conditions you’re using, but you’ll have to fine-tune it.
  2. Adjust the Ground Balance to be neutral or slightly negative. If your ground balance is positive, it’s easy to overlook a lot of stuff.

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Beach Detecting Success: How to Read the Beach

Garrett Sea Hunter Mark II Metal Detector being used at the beach.

Garrett Sea Hunter Mark II Metal Detector being used at the beach.

We’re right in the middle of prime beach detecting days, so get out there every chance you get! New hobbyists often ask, “with miles of beach in front of me, where do I begin?” This is a good question, because there are definitely secrets to beach-hunting success with a metal detector. Seasoned detectorists study wind, moon phases and tides to plan their beach trips. This is because the moon dictates the rising and falling of ocean tides. Tides and moon, along with currents and wind move the sand on the beach to uncover jewelry.

Where Do I Begin?

We talked about “reading the beach” in previous articles, but it is worthy of mentioning again! Whether you’ve arrived at an ocean or freshwater beach, the first thing to do is analyze the sand and surf in front of you. Look for low lying areas (or pockets) where sand has been recently removed by wind and tides. This is where jewelry, coins and other metal items accumulate. Also look for sloughs (small water channels or cut-outs in the sand) and scallops (humps on the beach). These are all hot spots for treasure on the beach. Searching after a storm, when the sand has been blown and tossed around, is another expert tip!

Detect Where Beach-Go’ers Frequent

Increase your find by searching the “activity centers” of a beach. Where are the crowds gathering? If there are volleyball courts, horseshoe pits and frisbee areas, these are the places to detect. The maximum potential for your beach depends on where activity is happening most. The towel line is where people place their belongings and put on sunscreen. Detectorists find coin spills, rings, necklaces and sunglasses in this area. Restrooms, sand spray-off areas, concession stands and beach entrances should be on your to-do list. People lose items when they are rinsing off, eating, etc. At the exit and entry area, beach-go’ers stumble to grab last minute items or need to adjust what they’re holding. Items are always dropped here and get buried.

Get a Beach Detector – Get Lucky!

Shop our Beach Metal Detectors if you are looking for a detector this summer. There’s still time to get out there and get lucky! A female detectorist who hunts the beaches of New Jersey recently cashed in on gold she’s found for $1,300. Detectors are the most advanced they’ve ever been, and there’s much more treasure to be found. You can only find it if you’re searching!

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Amateur Hobbyists Really CAN Get Lucky… Start Detecting and Enjoy Beginner’s Luck!

Coin found metal detecting.

What a great coin Logan found with some luck and his uncles metal detector.

Recently, a Green Bay, Wisconsin teen found the treasure of a lifetime at a local beach. It was 13-year-old Logan Williams’ first ever treasure-hunting trip! He stumbled upon a Large Cent, wreath variety, minted in 1793. This was the first coin mass-produced by the U.S. Mint and its composition is pure copper.

According to Logan, “I borrowed my Uncle Mark’s metal detector and my friends and I took it down to ‘Fat Ladies Beach’ (Tourist Park). After searching for about 30 minutes, I got a good, strong signal. I dug down a few inches and found a coin. It looked pretty interesting. At first, I thought it was a token or something. I’d never seen a coin like it before, but I knew that it was old.”

The seventh grader, on spring break, never thought he would come across a rare 16th century copper coin. Curious about the coin, Logan and his mom took it to “Card and Coin-Packer City Antiques.” Owner Mike Worachek was amazed. He said in good condition, this coin lists at around $3,000. He recommended that the teen “send it in to get graded, especially for a coin of that value. The company will secure it in an air-tight, sealed holder.”

At first Logan thought about selling the coin to purchase video games, but instead decided to take Worachek’s advice. Logan said he’ll continue to hunt for treasure, but plans to buy his own metal detector. It just goes to show that there IS such thing as “beginner’s luck!” Get out and hunt, so you can tell your own exciting treasure-hunting story!

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Freshwater Lake Treasure Hunting with a Metal Detector

Fresh water metal detecting at the shoreline.

Fresh water metal detecting at the shoreline.

Headed to a lakefront cottage or summer destination near a freshwater beach? Don’t forget your metal detector! Every vacationer walks the beach—but the SMART detectorist brings his or her metal detector. Many hobbyists say you’ll find MORE treasure along freshwater beaches than the ocean. They say you’ll get more good finds in one day here than any popular ocean beach! Here’s why: popular ocean beaches are hunted every day. But beaches and [boating & swimming areas] on a freshwater lake are rarely detected.

A roped-off swimming area is usually only 30-50 yards wide, so it’s easy to read where the most treasure will be found. Jackpot area: Search right near the shoreline where mothers often sit with kids in the water. Here, you’ll find jewelry– gold, silver and diamond rings.

Advice from Fellow Hobbyists (Friendly Metal Detecting Forum)

Jeff says:  “I detect Southeastern Virginia & Northeastern North Carolina and concentrate on the areas in the water where the people swim and play. I especially like working around piers and platforms that they dive from. Also check out the shallow areas where parents and kids frolick.”

Chris says:  “Most of the time in freshwater lakes, the goodies either sink into the sand where they were dropped or slowly get pushed up to the water’s edge. Concentrate on the swimming area first, but things find their way all over the place.”

Is Your Detector Waterproof?

Before you dip your machine into the water, be sure to check that it is a waterproof model. Some models are only waterproof up to the control box. The last thing you need is to ruin the electronics when you’re just trying to treasure hunt on vacation!

Equipment: All-purpose or Waterproof VLF metal detector:

Very Low Frequency (VLF) Metal Detectors are usually recommended for freshwater hunting. They will easily locate coins, relics, and jewelry. If you want to go shallow-water-hunting, make the sure the specs allow for it. Here is a list of our best-selling water proof freshwater metal detectors.

Short or long-handled sand scoop

Beach scoops are a tremendous help when sifting through sand for treasure. A water scoop is necessary for shallow water metal detecting, as it digs deeper into wet sand. Check out: Sand Scoops for the Beach.

Detect Private Property (With Permission) for Extraordinary Finds!

A Story Button from the 1800's to early 1900's

A Story Button from the 1800’s to early 1900’s

The reason why many detectorists seek out private property is because it is pristine land for treasure hunting. Beaches and parks are detected every day, but private property is virgin territory- never hunted before. This is a chance for you to find TRUE treasure and get your hooks into valuable finds!

Homesteads Dating Back to the 1700’s and 1800’s

If you check out YouTube videos posted by “Hooked on History,” you’ll see several detectorists unearthing amazing finds. They all talk about old private property and ask permission to hunt these areas. Typically, these are old homesteads in the rural Midwest dating back to the 1700’s and 1800’s. Most of the homes are no longer standing, but they have markers indicating where outhouses, dump sites and building foundations existed. In one video, “Treasure in the Ground Metal Detecting Private Property 2017,” father and son hobbyists were thrilled with their discoveries!

Finds on Private Property

The treasure-hunting duo from “Treasure in the Ground” found exceptional treasures. They hunted a house formerly standing in the late 1700’s and another former homestead from the late 1800’s. Finds included: foreign coins, a pewter spoon, a clock face piece with Roman numerals, a 1941 Mercury silver dime, and a 1943- S silver Washington quarter. It pays to ask permission!

Interested in Coin-Hunting Metal Detectors? Here are Our Recommendations:

Entry-Level Coin Detectors:

Fisher F4

Garrett Ace 200

Tesoro Mojave

Whites CoinMaster

Mid-Level Coin Detectors:

Garrett AT Pro

Bounty Hunter Platinum

Fisher F70 with 11″ + 5″ DD Search Coils

High-End Coin Detectors

XP Deus

Whites Spectra VX3

10 Best Spots to Find Treasure at Your Local Park!

Marcus found this 1754 1/2 Reale coin near older trees while metal detecting in a local park.

Marcus found this 1754 1/2 Reale coin near older trees while metal detecting in a local park.

The local park is usually the FIRST place hobbyists start detecting, and parks can be very lucrative when it comes to metal detecting. Finding treasure in your own neighborhood—right down the street—is exciting because this is the history of your city. Amazingly, people have found some of their best treasures at the park—including YouTuber “Mark D.”, who hunts with his Garrett AT Pro, and found a diamond and ruby brooch in Denver, CO. He also got an “80” signal on his detector, which was a copper memorial, right next to a Mercury dime. Mark uses his Garrett Pro-Pointer to pinpoint targets, after getting a signal from his detector.

Some people say that popular area’s in parks are “hunted out” after years of metal detecting, but don’t be deterred. Experts say if you follow a few valuable tips, you will most certainly be successful hunting your favorite local park!

Hunt These Areas at Your Local Park

  1. Outer Edges of the Park: Older coins are often found at the outer edges of the park. Why? Grass is usually only mowed in the modern sections of the park. However, people also frequented the outer edges of the park many years ago. This is where lost coins and jewelry are lying.
  2. Under Large Trees: There are always treasures around park trees, especially where the shade is. Hunt the shady side of trees that are near volleyball courts, baseball diamonds and activity areas.
  3. Volleyball Courts: You will find lots of jewelry and coins in the sand of a volleyball court. Players use suntan lotion, which loosens rings; while other jewelry can simply fall off.
  4. Park Pools: It’s always a “given” that people lose jewelry and coins around the pool. They take off watches and necklaces and inadvertently leave them behind.
  5. Picnic Areas: Groups of people leave all sorts of things where they lay down blankets in the summertime. “Music in the Park” is a festive evening activity, where coins and valuables are later discovered.
  6. Ball Fields: Especially if they are old fields where games were played many years ago. Spectators dropped old coins, possibly from a century ago!
  7. Gazebos: This is the site of group photos, including wedding and graduation photos. Where there are people, there are lost valuables.
  8. Play Areas: Perhaps the most obvious search spots are the playgrounds, or tot lots at the park. It’s mostly the parents losing items here, such as rings and coins.
  9. Dirt Piles: Don’t pass up these areas where trail repair projects or construction is happening. Old dirt equals easy finds!
  10. Grass by the Parking Lot: Search the grassy area leading to the parking lot. This is where people are digging for their car keys, while other things (including coins) fall out of their pockets.

Related Article – Best Metal Detectors for Finding Coins and Jewelry.

Want Gold? Visit a GOLD Mining Camp and Keep what You Find!

The gold nuggets pictured here were found with the use of a metal detector.

The gold nuggets pictured here were found with the use of a metal detector.

Finding gold is the dream of EVERY metal detectorist. While there are rivers and streams you can detect on your own, increase your odds of finding gold by visiting a place where gold has been found for centuries! There are several gold mining camps that offer tours and rivers/grounds to prospect on site. Obviously, these sites are in the heart of California’s Gold Country—though some are in Nevada. If you live on the West coast and want to get lucky prospecting, these sites are exactly what you’re looking for. Whether it’s a day trip or a 3-day vacation, readily find gold at a gold mining ranch or camp. It’s amazing that they let you keep the gold you find!

Chunk of Gold Found Worth $70,000!

In Early September, 2016, Oscar Espinoza found a large 18-ounce gold nugget at the Gold Prospecting Adventures Mining Camp. He pulled a chunk of gold out of a creek near Jamestown, California after locating it with a metal detector. Its estimated worth is $70,000, though it’s a piece of history—so that could drive the price up.

A few gold mining camps you can DETECT and keep your gold include:

  • Jimstown 1849 Mining Camp – Jamestown, CA
  • Roaring Camp – Pine Grove, CA
  • Mt. Wilson Gold Ranch – Pioche, NV

Which Metal Detector for Gold Should I Bring?

If you regularly hunt for gold, you probably already have a gold metal detector, like the Fisher Gold Bug Pro or Garrett AT Gold. These units feature a higher frequency for locating gold. Gold-specific metal detectors have better ground balancing ability and special coils that are optimized for the highly-mineralized soil where gold nuggets lie. The Fisher Gold Bug Pro boasts a 19.2 kHz frequency to find the smallest gold nuggets in highly mineralized soil. If you have a good-quality all-purpose metal detector, it likely has target identification with a display bar for the gold range and target ID numbers that indicate the same range for gold. But if you REALLY want to cash in on prospecting, a gold detector is best!

Plan a trip to a gold mining camp for success and great stories. Be sure to share your metal detecting finds with us: My Detecting Finds!

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