Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II Metal Detector
- Product Review (submitted on April 14, 2008):
About the Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II: Starting out, the weight is minimal, somewhere around 3lb, very light if your swing it for few hours or all day. My wife and I both like it for that same reason. Now the Quick Draw goes together real easy from putting the (2) 9 volt alkaline batteries in and how the coil shaft goes together. There are 8" coils and a 4" Gold Bug coil, the 4" coil is great in high trashy areas and when in the mountains looking for gold nuggets in the streams. 8" coils are good for relic and deep cache hunting large open areas.
Looking at the face plate is what my wife likes most. It has the nine dictate target ID and the three different tone solutions. They are high, medium and low. A person hears a tone and then looks at the target read out to see what could be there. Then looks at the depth read out to see how much digging will have to be done for the target. This is all given in inches very easy to follow. The next is the discriminating modes that the Quick Draw II has. Those modes are Disc/All-Metal, Notch, and Auto-Notch now these are all located along with Power on high sensitive nob and low to high Discrimination knob. What it boils down to is the Bounty Hunter" Quick Draw II" is and does everything the manual says. It is real easy to use and handle.
Last year I found some 600 pennies 200 quarters 300 dimes 200 nickels. I also found a lot toy cars, rings some 9.25, and others just as neat. All in all, the Quick Draw II is good metal detector easy to use, easy to read the digital face plate.