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Options Minelab GO-FIND 60 Bounty Hunter Sharp Shooter II
Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $310 $350
Manufactured in 2015 1999
Battery Type 4 AA Two 9V
Weight (Lbs.) 2.3 3
Operating frequency 7.7 kHz. 6.5 kHz.
Display Yes Yes
Backlight Yes No
Target ID Target Icons + LED Lights 9 Segment
Tone ID 4 Tones 3 Tones
Search Modes
  • 4 Search Modes.
  • All Metal N/M
  • All Metal Motion
  • Discriminate
  • Notch
  • Auto Notch
Ability to change coils Yes Yes
Ground balance Auto Auto
Waterproof Coil only Coil only
Warranty 2 Years 5 Years
Number of Reviews graph 5
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Avg. User Rating 3.14 4.04
Avg. Durability Rating 2.57 3.91
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 3.86 4.09
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Most helpful review for Minelab GO-FIND 60

Go find
Cheap and nasty Toy comes to mind I think minelab could of done a lot better in the strength of this machine like the etracs and explorer models in the plastic. For one the arm cuff that you side up after a while it splits and the bottom shaft is not locked to the middle shaft which just swings about it's a shame that this is a bad design by minelab it's properly their worst yet which is not good for the best and most expensive machines on the market, so come on minelab sort it out.
Waggman from Bournemouth

Thumbs up! 18
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Most helpful review for Bounty Hunter Sharp Shooter II

Bounty Hunter Sharp Shooter II is hard to beat.
I am very happy with my Bounty Hunter Sharp Shooter II. It takes time to learn the machine. I have found a gold ring, numerous silver rings, silver coins, clad, clad and more clad change.

This detector is a dime and quarter magnet. I have dug a child's silver ring at a fresh water beach over 12 inches deep. It regularly finds coins eight inches and deeper. I set the sensitivity at around 12:00 o'clock and the discrimination at 10:00 o'clock for moderately trashy areas, more sensitivity and less discrimination for clean areas.
After getting a high pitch repeatable tone, I switch to all metal mode. I know the size of the object before I dig it by passing the coil over the target and listening for the tone in the all metal mode. The shorter the tone the smaller the object. Longer tone means a soda pop can 90% of the time. Short tones or precise tone means a small coin sized object.
Once I figured this out, my trash to treasure ratio increased dramatically.

I thought you had to spend a lot of money on a detector, but this detector has proved me wrong. I watch a lot of You Tube videos and I am finding as much and sometimes more than the guys using the $1,400 detectors. I saw a new Bounty Hunter Sharp Shooter II at Academy Sporting Goods the other day for $149.00! I bought it so I can take along someone and introduce them to the world of metal detecting.
My wife thinks I need intervention.
Fred Gober from North Central Texas

Thumbs up! 139
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