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Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro

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Steve Herschbach
  • Price: $ 279 Freq: 7.8 kHz Weight: 2.5 lbs Waterproof?: No Current?: Yes

The Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro metal detector was introduced in 2014 and is still in production. The Land Ranger Pro is a 7.8 kHz VLF metal detector aimed primarily at coin, jewelry, and relic detecting.

"The Land Ranger Pro is the result of nine years of software engineering and features the latest advancements in lightweight design, target accuracy and deep-penetrating detection technology. The Land Ranger Pro can be used with its default turn-on-and-go settings or it can be customized for any of your treasure hunting applications with its unique features like Enhanced V-Break®, High Resolution Conductivity Arc and Program Memory, as well as Manual and Automatic Search Modes. Treasure hunting enthusiasts from around the world were involved in the development of this revolutionary new detector. This manual has been written to help you get optimal use of your detector so we hope you will read it thoroughly before your first outing." Source: Owner's Manual

Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro metal detector

Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro control panel

  • V-Break, Variable Tone Breakpoint
  • Pinpoint Mode with Depth Indicator
  • FeTone, Adjustable Iron Audio
  • Menu System with Variable Notching
  • Ground Grab, Computerized Ground Balancing

Official Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro Product Page

Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro Owner's Manual

First Texas (Bounty Hunter) Metal Detector Forum


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Jeff McClendon

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I had the opportunity to use a Land Ranger Pro for awhile recently and I was quite impressed with all of the features of this detector and with the detector in general. I have used many FTP detectors and Bounty Hunters too. This detector worked fairly well in my high EMI and high mineralized soil conditions and should be a blast in more detector friendly environments. It locked on to targets well at 3" to 4" and only suffered a little from EMI. I think part of that is the 11 x 9 DD coil that came with the detector I used. I have to say that the two negatives for me were the somewhat flimsy build quality and of course the malfunctioning to non-functioning pinpoint button. I especially disliked the flimsy DD coil. On my Minuteman and Gamma the same 11"x 9" DD coil was much more robust, sturdier and had better quality coil cables and screw on connectors. I really was afraid I could easily damage the LRP's coil. Otherwise, this is a lot of detector for the money. With a working pinpoint button, coil connector modification and some better quality coils, this detector would be really fantastic.

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☠ Cipher

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The Good: The Land Ranger Pro is definitely not your father's Bounty Hunter. Bounty Hunter has gotten a bit of a bad rep in the world of serious metal detecting over the years, often overlooked as "toys" because of their presence in big box stores and a long list of models with often whimsical names. The Land Ranger Pro appears to be a step in the direction of rebuilding the brand. It continues to be one of the best deals on the market for all that offers. Above average depth and a very precise discrimination system you don't find on machines at this price level. You are able to notch items out by single VDI rather than by VDI segments. This machine, like most First Texas machines is great in iron and dense trash. Super fast recovery. The ergonomics are great and it is aesthetically well crafted. 

The bad: there's not much negative to say about this machine. It would mostly involve features it doesn't have, but I believe what it offers as far as price to performance and feature set, that would not be fair. The one weakness I found with this machine is that the pinpoint button is prone to wear or wearing out and that it is not an isolated issue. I don't know it to be a particularly wide spread issue either, but it is something to be aware of. 


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