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Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II Metal Detector

Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II Metal Detector

Product Review (submitted on March 18, 2008):
I will never use no other for coin shooting. The Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II is so accurate that when you have it set correctly you will stop wasting time on junk and maximize your time and effort. If you don't want to dig zinc pennies, don't. If it tells you that it is a zinc, it is a zinc. One tip, If you get a signal bouncing from nickel to pull tab, dig it, it may be a gold item. Get a good set of headphones and you will find more. You will be able to distinguish between tones better and there is something different about the tones.

I know that there are only three but it seems with headphones when you pass over a coin or something of value the tone sounds more intense. I don't know if that is true but try it and you will see. If you turn it on and press the Notch button, turn the sensitivity all the way up and the Disc/Notch knob to the 2:30 position you will have awesome success. If you are getting some trash items turn the Notch knob to the 3:00 position. First Texas builds the most user friendly detectors. In no time you will be finding treasure, and anyway what other hobby can you think of that gives you a return on your investment right away? The cost of the detector will be returned eventually, mine was paid for in two weeks after my first 18k gold ring with a small diamond ($750.00), and with the extra money I bought one that I could hunt in the water with.
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