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Musky ... fast and deep
January 19, 2009
I have a Musky with the standard 8" and the 12,5" detech coil. The 8 is
quite good, not a deep monster, but very fast on the target and quite
sensitive on small targets at good depths. The 12,5 detech is very very
deep, 3 feet on a WW1 German helmet, while still discriminating medium
sized iron (granade's splinters). I give it 5 stars, it can fight against
every detector on the market. Think to the fact that it is a masked Relic
Musketeer v e-trac
January 16, 2009
Hi everyone, musketeer v e-trac,
fact 1.the musketeer goes just as deep as the e-trac.
2 musketeer alot cheaper than the e-trac.
3 the musketeer will pick up more rubbish than the e-trac but not always.
4 the end of the day if your over the object the musketeer will pick it up
like all other deep detector.
6 trust me.
MY MUSKETEER UPDATE.
October 09, 2008
Hi all,just to let you know what a great detector this is, I have found a
nice silver Edward 1st dated around 1279 about 10ins down. Fantastic. You
don't need to spend loads of money on a detector to find what your looking
for. If your detector goes deep like the musketeer you will find it. Great
September 22, 2008
I've only been metal detecting for only 4 months and so far with his
detector I have found, 600 year old ring, 1 Roman brooch(bow brooch)very
nice, 13century finger brooch, silver coins dating back from 1580, over 100
copper coins dating back from 1600, 4 mine tokens dates 1789 to 1799,
musket balls and loads more stuff.
What does that tell you about this detector, fantastic.
Advantage, by all means!
April 17, 2008
I bought this detector from ebay u.k. secondhand for 195 pounds sterling.
It paid for itself in 15 days! Total score since I bought it two months ago
beachcombing mostly wet salt sandy beaches with 7" coil: 456 cash Euros in
coins, 626 undercurrent (older)coins, 26 silver jewellry, 16 gold jewellry,
at amazing depths! 2 cent Euro coins at 11" down! Woman's slim golden ring
with diamond at 13 down! Man's silver ring 16" down! Inland medieval small
bronze various items 12" - 15" down! WWII Italian unexploded 75mm
(3")howitzer at 65cm (26")down still with the 7" coil!
Oh yes! This detector proved equal or superior to my old Tesoro Eldorado.
Drawbacks? It seems rather to be a aluminium foil loving machine! But as
with most discriminating detectors, just an advice folks:Keep
discrimination low and anyway and in any case no more than 1/3 up.If you do
not dig up a little bit of junk you will not dig anything else either!
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Corfu Island in Greece
August 18, 2007
Not a bad machine, not great either, it is firmly ensconced somewhere in
between. My experience with using this machine is that it seems to love
picking up iron; a bit too much. Also it is heavy and rather basic, but
then what are you to expect for the price? On the flip side, yes it does
go down just as deep as most other detectors and I have made some decent
finds with it. The search head is also a decent size, and the control box
is easy to master, and unlike earlier versions of this machine there is now
an option to mount the control box under the foam arm rest, this is far
more conducive to counter balance the machine. In short, if you are
looking for a solid entry level machine that isn't going to break the bank
then I suspect you could do far worse than this.
Minelab advantage pound 4 pound the best
August 05, 2007
Brilliant machine ,this must be the biggest secret in metal detecting,
depth is right up there with the top end machines costing loads more,ease
of use simple,ground balance a doddle,and the 10 inch is a killer,what a
machine for the price,and you wont dig iron with a minelab,sensitivty of
this machine is fantastic,in a word stunning.
Steve, peterborough uk from
July 14, 2007
Dont waste your money its a toy i have been relic hunting for 15 years here
in VA & had 10 machines the best for me is the Fisher CZ & 1270 & DMC
2B.... dont even think about the SE LOL wow what junk for 1200 i sold mine
& gave away the mus no deep Toy minelab needs to get there act straght or
just sell to the UK market VARELIC69
Minelab Musketeer Advantage
February 08, 2007
This machine when learned and you can learn it quick, will impress the best
of us, descrim, is right on target location is quick and very accurate, low
cost and high performance, go get one and save, what you would have spent
on a high end machine that will do no more than this one on depth and
descrimination. Simply put , this one smokes.
Advantage is the best
November 23, 2006
I like the Advantage alot it is a great metaldetector