Wanted Metal detecting stuff

Nice65

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Be careful it is addictive. And expensive.

I’ve been skipping around getting back into this for years and managing to avoid it. I had a C-Scope as a kid and lived in an old village. Found a few farthings and old thrupences, and in those days many ring pulls. It’s great fun, I need to try to ignore this thread.;)
 

Broch

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Too late I recon - it's already got me looking.

So what is a half decent unit that's not going to cost the earth but will actually do something worthwhile? Occasional use, not dedicated detectorist stuff.
 
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Mesquite

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Too late I recon - it's already got me looking.

So what is a half decent unit that's not going to cost the earth but will actually do something worthwhile? Occasional use, not dedicated dectorist stuff.

Here's a supplier who do decent starter machines from a variety of makers Broch.

Regton Metal Detectors

I had dealings with them when I used to go decting and they were a good company then but bear in mind there's other suppliers as well.

As for machines I used to use Tersoro and C-Scope, both of which were great machines.
 
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