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Old 02-23-2011, 04:55 PM
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Default Mid Range metal detector advice

So i want to upgrade my metal detector from a gold century super eagle to something a little higher up. I think my price range is 350 dollars probably 400 hundred max i was hoping for something with the numbers that tell you what type of metal you found. I have a few ideas but i am curious to see what you guys have to say
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Several good detectors in that range. Ace 250 Fisher F2, Ace 350, Tesoros you name it. Sent you PM with other suggestions.

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