Fisher CZ-3D Metal Detector
- Product Review (submitted on March 17, 2008):
- I love my Fisher CZ-6 Quicksilver. It has to be one of the best and easiest to tune detectors I have ever owned. It is a light weight machine, has great depth capabilities on a variety of targets and soil conditions and is a multi-task unit performing well for coins, relics and general hunting operations. I have used the machine to hunt beaches, grassy fields, wood lands and swampy areas with little difficulty. The only draw back is the machine acts up around high tension lines but I don't usually hunt these areas anyway. I had a favorite hunting spot which unfortunately is now a golf course. The newest coin I personally found was a 1943 Zinc cent and the oldest was an 1876 C.C. mint Seated Liberty Dime in excellent condition. The machine was outstanding in the wooded, brush and also swampy conditions I encountered. I also took other friends with me who had similar great finds. One of my hunting buddies found a spring loaded round item, that after soaking turned out to be a small coin holder with 2 " V " nickles inside. The area was once a community meeting grove. My hunting interests vary. I like underwater hunting, coin hunting, relic hunting - especially historic sites. One of these sites has produced several King Georgius the Second Bronze coins, 1 quarter piece of Eight, the spout off an old tea pot, a bullet mold, thimbles, round bullets - plus various wrought iron items from the 1780's to the 1790's vintage. My greatest thrill in the times I detected was letting Archaeologists photograph many of the items I found at this particular site thereby saving said site from destruction due to road building. My detecting experience spans a lot of years and I am sure I have many more great finds ahead of me.