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Bounty Hunter DISC22 Discovery 2200 Metal Detector for $96.99

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Has 4 Tone audio feedback, 9 target category, and a one-touch "zap" eliminates unwanted targets.
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Appears to be about $30 cheaper than it has been for the last year. Solid deal op.
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You can get the Discovery 3300 at Costco. Both in store and online for $99.99
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You can get the Discovery 3300 at Costco. Both in store and online for $99.99
Yup it's not under the Bounty Hunter name brand. First Texas owns the Bounty Hunter name. It's the same product
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Yup it's not under the Bounty Hunter name brand. First Texas owns the Bounty Hunter name. It's the same product
It is Bounty Hunter. I should have provided a link. I know most SDers have difficulty googling things. First Texas Products Metal Detector Discovery 3300

https://www.costco.com/first-texa...71039.html
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Is this any good? I know nothing about metal detectors... I'd like something decent
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3300 offers more features for around the same price?
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Is this any good? I know nothing about metal detectors... I'd like something decent
The 3300 is better if you have a Costco membership. For some reason I can't copy the link if Cabela's comparison chart to post here. It's a good beginner to mid detector. Good enough to give you an idea of whether or not you want to continue it as a serious hobby and step up to a higher end detector.
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The 3300 is better if you have a Costco membership. For some reason I can't copy the link if Cabela's comparison chart to post here. It's a good beginner to mid detector. Good enough to give you an idea of whether or not you want to continue it as a serious hobby and step up to a higher end detector.
Thanks! What features or abilities would a 'better' one have this wouldnt?
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Thanks! What features or abilities would a 'better' one have this wouldnt?
From the 2200 or 3300? Either way, more precision, deeper range, waterproof, wider coil, etc.
I highly suggest joining a local metal detecting group on Facebook. The rules for detecting really vary from city and counties. Some areas require permits. It's a fun hobby to travel with, too.
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3300 offers more features for around the same price?
Yes, you can program it with more discriminations to eliminate certain metals. It also has a pointer feature for more precise locating. The 2200 does not have the pointer feature. Although, I do recommend getting a pointer as well. A pointer, headphones, headphone jack adapter, collapsible shovel and a backpack to put your supplies and found treasures in.
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Anything less than an Ace 250 will be garbage with little resale value.
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I just bought a home with ten acres to explore. Would this be good for a begiinner like me? I have neither a Costco or Cabela's near me.
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I just bought a home with ten acres to explore. Would this be good for a begiinner like me? I have neither a Costco or Cabela's near me.
In the little experience that I have with detectors, I've found that most people first starting out get discouraged with their detector simply because they just didn't take the time to read the instructions that go with the detector. Just holding the detector over the area won't trigger it, but it's the sweeping back and forth motion that does. Whichever detector you get, just spend the extra half hour really going through the manual to understand how it works. I've got an inexpensive detector that works really well that I got from Costco. It's not the best by any means, but it works just fine for me, a beginner. I paid around $130 for it about 4 years ago.
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In the little experience that I have with detectors, I've found that most people first starting out get discouraged with their detector simply because they just didn't take the time to read the instructions that go with the detector. Just holding the detector over the area won't trigger it, but it's the sweeping back and forth motion that does. Whichever detector you get, just spend the extra half hour really going through the manual to understand how it works. I've got an inexpensive detector that works really well that I got from Costco. It's not the best by any means, but it works just fine for me, a beginner. I paid around $130 for it about 4 years ago.
Thank you for your quick response. I'll be sure to read the instructions and get to know the equipment. Cheers!
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