Jul 31, 2015
Electronic pinpointers can help you find your targets a lot
faster, some say.
But others say they they don't save you time, they cost you time - that if you're sharp, all you need is your metal detector to pinpoint your coins.
This show looks at the granddaddy of pinpointers, Fred Wagner's Tinytec (pictured here), and current pinpointers that range in price from $13 (with coupon) to $170.
And as always, I'm pushing my Metal Detecting Manual, a marvelous all-purpose fieldbook for the newbie and seasoned veteran alike. It's at http://treasuremanual.com.