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Joe L

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  • Location:
    Colonie, NY
  • Interests:
    Saltwater Fly Fishing, Looking for History, Living 18th Century History
  • Gear Used:
    Fisher Gold Bug Pro, Nokta Makro Legend

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  1. PRICE “Adjustment” New condition, cosmetic and functional, used little, 2 coils $289.00 plus $29.99 shipping.. Ship UPS CONUS only or if in Albany NY area, pick up no shipping. USPS Money order cashed and cleared before shipped or PAYPAL. Thanks, Joe PayPal now accepted, And after just paying $88. to ship a recurve bow I upped shipping $10 to $35.00 to ship, which I still thinks is a deal. Thanks, Joe
  2. http://www.fisherlab.com/hobby/manuals/MGBUG-DP.08.21.13.Reader.pdf Link for the manual. Explains it all. Thanks
  3. An xtra disk. No , it’s a straight forward machine. Go, disc, AM, sensitivity
  4. Thanks Simon. But then you wouldn’t be close to the fantastic gold fields
  5. I would much rather sell this here than sending to that “bay” place. Top notch detector, in new condition. You can swing this thing all day without fatigue.
  6. On that note, so if you change a setting, in let’s say, park mode. After all the changes you made are done, you can go into profile and save that? Or do you have to adjust the settings after you went into the selected profile then save it?
  7. The Legend really doesn't have resets for presets, at least from what I read. Once you change them and power off, when back on it opens just like you changed it to. I'm doing good though, I came out of park mode and ventured on to field. I'm on my way. As for the Deus, I never really read the manual, no need to its out of my reach right now. I'm hoping the Legend has all I'm gonna need for now, until like some say, it's time to move on to a bigger challenge. In all fairness, I read the Legend manual cover to cover a few times and it really isn't as bad as I make out. Granted, I do understand the button pushing for all, just got to figure out the why's. For now I am working in my Preset parks and I venture and tweak settings a bit here and there. Like my wife always says, at 65 you need to keep the mind revolving, and this may just do that. Anyway, it"s fun. I mentioned above, heading to an old homestead, or where there was one, in the Fort Ticonderoga area and will sure put some time into it and the detector. Joe
  8. But there so many stock programs on the Deus, I wouldn’t even know which one to use.
  9. Agreed, at least I have the tool now, it’s time to get crackin and learn her. I have a old homestead I will be starting this coming weekend and the gold bug will stay home. I ll keep him comfortable in the closet, 😆
  10. I’m not sure if there are others like me out there, but I imagine there MUST be. I am so used to my Fisher Gold Bug Pro that I wanted to give myself a challenge. I purchased a legend. My oh my, I need to be a computer genius to operate this thing. Now, I’m getting used to it and coming along, that’s one of the reasons why I’m parting with my Bug. I want to put all the learning into the legend. Now as for the Deus 2, I would love to maybe have one some day, but my rocket scientist license has expired. Wow, I think you need a college class to learn that girl. I don’t even understand a lot about it when I hear you guys talk about it. So my comparison, I believe I will be able, over a bit of time, to be comfortable with the Legend, but the Deus, I don’t think I can. But from what I read and see, both FINE machines. So just enjoy ‘em. Joe
  11. Great little detector here, also a great saltwater beach detector.
  12. Thanks gents, it is a good machine. I’m sure that as inflation continues to get higher and higher, people will wanna go out and look for gold.
  13. I just picked up the Nokta Makro Legend and want to put my time into her. So, want no distractions, lol.
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