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This just posted by NASA-Tom.  I will post link to reference thread. Ref: http://www.dankowskidetectors.com/discussions/read.php?2,152652,page=84

NASA-Tom Wrote:
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> I just received this from Dimitar....... and was given the 'go-ahead' to post it:


> Here is the MSRP price list for all Tarsacci products:

MDT8000 with standard 11X9 coil $1495 
MDT8000 with 12"coil $1585 
MDT8000 with 11X9 and 12" coils $1760  
MDT-11X9 coil $270 
MDT-12 coil $360 
Coil cover for MDT-11X9 coil $12 
Tarsacci headphones $45

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  • Steve Herschbach changed the title to All Current Tarsacci Unit, Coils, Including 12” Coil Price, Accessory Pricing

I think it’s great you have the option of buying the Tarsacci like you want it.

Tnsharpshooter do you plan on making more videos with the 12” coil? I value your videos and I know you always let the cards fall like it is.

 The Best and always thank you for your time spent making the videos.

 Chuck 

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12 minutes ago, Ridge Runner said:

I think it’s great you have the option of buying the Tarsacci like you want it.

Tnsharpshooter do you plan on making more videos with the 12” coil? I value your videos and I know you always let the cards fall like it is.

 The Best and always thank you for your time spent making the videos.

 Chuck 

Don’t know if I will purchase 12” coil or not.  We’ll see.

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48 minutes ago, Tnsharpshooter said:

Don’t know if I will purchase 12” coil or not.  We’ll see.

I will be dropping mine tarsacci with both coils off at Calabash diggers house before long so hopefully he will do a video and maybe a hunt with it. 

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That sounds  good basstrackerman.

Like to see how the 12” coils does in his test garden.  Yeah I know the soil is mild.  Still would like to see.  Maybe he can go to ocean and play with some too.

Cheers.

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Just now, Tnsharpshooter said:

That sounds  good basstrackerman.

Like to see how the 12” coils does in his test garden.  Yeah I know the soil is mild.  Still would like to see.  Maybe he can go to ocean and play with some too.

Cheers.

Agree. He has been scuba detecting so yeah that would be great.  

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21 minutes ago, Tnsharpshooter said:

That sounds  good basstrackerman.

Like to see how the 12” coils does in his test garden.  Yeah I know the soil is mild.  Still would like to see.  Maybe he can go to ocean and play with some too.

Cheers.

Hey tnsharpshooter can I private message you my number to give to Scott I believe is his name,  Calabash digger so he can text me so i can figure out when is best to bring this to him.  12" coils ship next week from what Aaron says. Thanks. 

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23 minutes ago, basstrackerman said:

Hey tnsharpshooter can I private message you my number to give to Scott I believe is his name,  Calabash digger so he can text me so i can figure out when is best to bring this to him.  12" coils ship next week from what Aaron says. Thanks. 

I replied to your PM.

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Hey Tnsharpshooter  

You may have made a video on how good the Tarsacci is in your test garden on depth but for me I like to see it alone. I don’t have to see it against another detector. I know when something is good at what it’s made for.

 I’ve noticed that I’ve never seen the words like other dealers say upfront and that’s Free Shipping.

 One thing I do know I like about the Tarsacci is it in a abbreviated form of what I’m looking at. That’s what I like so much about my ORX is I don’t have to remember what all those I-cons mean. I know upfront without even having to think of it.

 The older I get the less strain on the brain the better I like it.

 Chuck 

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