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Am in N. Central Tx. and am currently using a MXT that is a number of years old.  I will be asking about the newer models in the near future.

Anyway, howdy to all.

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Welcome, canoe!  Lots of good info here on mutilple topics, not the least of which is metal detectors for every possible application.  You'll enjoy your time here and learn a few things along the way.  MXT is has been a workhorse for 1 1/2 decades and has held its own well, but you're right, there are new toys with more bells and whistles.

 

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Howdy back at you canoe!

Welcome!

You will be glad to have found this site! It will save you alot of time, and money, dialing in the next "Right Detector" !!  I'll start with this: 👍👍

  Steve's post:  "Best detector values under $500

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You won't be up sh**s creek here Canoe. Glad you joined in with us. Can't wait to see some of your finds and help you with your questions.

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MXT is a solid machine, know a guy that has founds tons of great coins with one. Welcome to the forum.

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Glad you paddled your way to this big pond of information and fun.

Looking forward to your posts and pictures of your finds, good luck and don't spring a leak.

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 Yes Steve, we are staying on "subject"!!!  We were just discussing what a great place this would be to detect! And the equipment needed to get there; for the canew 🛶 guy!! 🤣👍👍

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Welcome to the forum. Good luck!

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Welcome, canoe!

You've come to the right place for all things detecting.  Enjoy!

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