New AT Pro Metal Detector

If you follow my blog you know that I have been using the Fisher F2 for the last few years, and then recently the Fisher F5.

I love Fisher detectors, and will always own one. They are great metal detectors!

Having said that, I couldn’t resist the chance to get in the water and look for some lost rings.

The summers here can be absolutely brutal with the humidity so being able to get in the water occasionally will be a welcome change to being stuck inside the house all summer long.

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Not anymore though, that’s where my new AT Pro metal detector comes in. Here she is in all her beauty, booted up with the 5×8 coil. I’m looking forward to getting out there and putting this detector to the test!

Silver coins at old homesteads have been very hard to come by, so hopefully the AT Pro will be able to find a few coins hidden amongst the nails and iron. I’m looking forward to learning this machine and seeing what we can find together.

In the past, rainy days meant that I had to postpone my hunts, but that’s now “in the past!”


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About Ozarks

I enjoy Metal Detecting in The Ozark Mountains where I primarily detect for relics and coins.
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8 Responses to New AT Pro Metal Detector

  1. disc440 says:

    Good luck Rob…

    • Ozarks says:

      Thanks Dick, appreciate that! Did pretty good, silver 1964 canadian dime…first outing with the AT Pro! Dang thing bout blew my eardrums out!

  2. Joshua says:

    Im thinking I am going to Fayetteville today. Are you getting out? Congrats on the AT Pro bud!

    • Ozarks says:

      I did get out, found a silver dime on the AT Pros first outing! I have found more silver in 2014 than I found between 2011 and 2013. Crazy, sorry I didn’t see your post until after I got back home…

  3. Josh T says:

    …and great pick!

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