Metalfinder6: @chickenpoper If you're very into it I say spend your money and get an Ace
250 ($250). if you're not so into it get a Bounty Hunter Tracker IV ($100).
cummings1968: @geraldlee33 i used to have a pioneer 202 found lots of stuff wheats barber
dime 6 inches deep walking liberty half 50 percent of detecting is the
person using the detector your 202 is a good detector
Twoblade Archer: @dmc081 I will do that for you. It might be a day or so before I can get to
it. Thanks for watching.
chickenpoper: would you recomend a $100-$220 metal detector?
fouramhq: Excellent instructional video. I have a Bounty Hunter IV and have a new
Quick Draw II on the way. They are great machines and probably do as well
as the high dollar ones,.
chickenpoper: please tell me a great metal detector cuase im going crazy trying to find
the right one thats in the price range of $100-$220
WolFCoven777: What you're saying is very true. My first metal detector was from Radio
Shack and cost only $39.00. I had lots of fun with it. On my dads old place
I had found 3 mercury dimes a 1931 a 1943 and 1944 I also found a 1926
standing liberty quarter. That was in 1985. In 1996 I bought me a Garret
that was about $500.00 but I liked my cheapy better. I now want to buy a
Teknetics 4000 cause it's good for the price($349.00) and is easy to use.
Thanks for the video and goodluck hunting coins.
Twoblade Archer: @wildbill2166 I am sure it can. It finds every thing else.
justice0165: Keep them coming. Another informative video. Good job, Brother!!!
John brown: found more stuff with my bounty hunter land star over my garrett treasure
ace 300 the bounty hunter is a far better detector over the ace 300 I have
a old garrett s1 from 1981 that works good bought it for 30 dollars and
found 300 dollars with it rings coins what part of Kentucky are you in I am
in georgetown ky
profoxhunter: I just bought a Bounty Hunter for $50 on Clist. Thanks for getting me even
more excited to go out and use it!
xtremefly2000: a lot of people n stuff ya know...and stuff n uh ya know...uh ...a....s
Twoblade Archer: @8592291613 I am in Bullitt County KY
talatori: hay day walker lol red beard im still recovering from the ribs. mine isnt
cheep and all ive found is a staple mine has treated me bad,
Twoblade Archer: @chickenpoper yes I would.
AANDJVIDS: great video i got the same model i have fun with mine and thats all that
jesse treash: wow what a cool metal detector
bjmulli: Great video I own the same medal detector and it really is worth it.
micmoable: Yeah, I've found a bunch of quarters,nickels,dimes, and of course pennies
galore---yesterday I took it to a local beach and found a silver plate ear
ring and a silver plate ring that looks like a real diamond ring--ha
ha--but is junk! I've owned just about every major brand name of detector
there is out there--but I sold the ones I had--now I use this out of
necessity and I'm not ashamed to use it by any means but it doesn't have
much depth on coins and jewelry as some of the others I've owned
mrbetterdays87: I own a pioneer 202 detector also...I got LUCKY with my first find! I found
a coin/token here in Beloit, WI. It is dated 1837 and I researched it to be
a U.S "Hardtimes" token. Value isn't much but to me it is a prize.
Todd B.: I am from Covington, Ky.. I bought a Bounty Hunter metal detector for 45
dollars at Walmart. I have found four times the amount that I paid for it.
I found a silver and diamond ring just today.
Twoblade Archer: @MsSandwalker Great job, I hope one day I can find some thing like that.
Twoblade Archer: Thanks, That is the way I see it too. Thanks for watching.
Twoblade Archer: @MsSandwalker I just know about the 202, sounds like to me that you are
paying the extra money for the pin pointer. I know what has worked for me
and I passed the 202 to my daughter and it seems to work well for her. I
have bought me a Garrett Ace 350.
xtremefly2000: stop the video and clean ur ear if you must!
Vespine Leech: After watching your video, I decided to buy the Pioneer 202 off Craigslist,
being a newby I took it backyard hunting, took about 10 minites and I dug
up 6 different things! Thanks for your video! it helped me!
MsSandwalker: I used my 202 @ Sabastian inlet in Florida and found a gold ring with 5
jewels on it @ 6" deep sand in about 10" of water. (The coil is water
proof) I had one of the people at Mel Fisher's shop there at the beach look
at it and was told the ring most likely was 1700-ish and probably came from
one of many ship wrecks there. Because it was found in the inlet, it was
mine to keep. BTW, the tone was low, which you state is "scrap". I agree,
dig all signals... ya never know what is under the dirt.
Mhebner23: I'm suppose to be getting a Bounty Hunter IV metal detector for Christmas.
I can't wait to get it.