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I'VE USED MANY BRANDS AND MODELS-TESORO, WHITES,GARRETT,FISHER,NAUTILUS,D-TEX,WILSON NEUMAN,ETC.
« on: October 13, 2009, 11:08:24 pm »
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 I have been a big fan of Tesoro. They are light and comfortable to use. They are pretty dang good in trashy ground-I've ferreted out plenty of neat finds over the years with Tesoro units in ground other machines would have a problem with. I've owned a Compadre, The Toltec 2,The Golden Umax, the Silver Umax, The Conquistadore, and The Cibola. I've also used a friend's older first generation Silver Sabre and another friend's gold hunting detector made by Tesoro-can't recall its name, though. I'd enjoy hearing about folk's Tesoro or Shadow finds or what they think about these units. I've always liked the set ground bal types--not fond of manual tune type.

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« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2009, 12:59:25 am »
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There are a good many of us who love the Tesoro detectors. TabDog got me hooked.

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 Have you tried a shadow-which was made by Tesoro for another company? Some folks swear these are really good coin and relic machines in trashy areas...

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The only Tesoro I have tried is my Compadre, which I really like using.

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Do You now, where I can Find a cucuit for a Tesoro Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh??

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