All discussion specific to the Cscope CS3MXI Metal Detector.
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As a newbe to detecting I was looking for a budget detector, after reading this forum and looking for suggestions I decided on the CScope . Time will tell if my choice was right.
I have been out for a couple of hours tonight and the feeling is good , not that I had much that was any good
but all the same I enjoyed myself (just the start
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Was my first machine, found plenty with it including my first hammered and roman silver. Take the time to get to know it and you won't miss much.
Minelab X Terra 705
C Scope CS3MX
Never enough time
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cracking machine I had one for a while, as said it finds the goodies, dead easy to use and in my opinion better than the yellow peril starter machine championed by many.
garrett pointer (2nd one) now a makro pointer no falsing
roughneck shovel (4th one) now use a sniper spade