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Author Topic: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..  (Read 14904 times)

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Offline bushguy

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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #10 on: May 26, 2007, 08:10:37 PM »
I'm a newbie in here, but I've gotta say, I really dig your gold sortin' idea there SnowSpider! 8) This be kool mon! ;D Thanx for sharing with everyone.

Hiya YellowChicky, I loved your answer to Whisper! ;D Hmmm, where is he anyway?  ;) Keep those plats flowing babygirl!  8)

Happy Hunting to all... :)

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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #11 on: May 27, 2007, 04:51:09 PM »
Ya know I cant seem to remember what web site I downloaded it from  its a PDF file from some one in a German Universety called quick assay...if ya want I can e mail it to ya  ..
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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #12 on: May 28, 2007, 09:01:01 PM »
LOL Ok  its  on its way  its a fair size PDF  but should send OK  Oh Heres a few pics of my home Sluice table thats my pride and joy and the focal point of more than a few beers with the boys  and a pic of the 90% completed High banker Im building  4 feet long and portable  for the river  Getting a 1750 liter/Hr  12 volt pump to  add the wet stuff  LOL  hope its enuff  .....Oh  the wife also gave me crap for not cleaning the mud off the Sluice table  before I took the pic   Damn  Im in sh*t again  LMAO

Dave

PS  and Nice to meet you Bush  Im from Northern Ont my self  and dont kid your self  theres lots of gold up there I grew up in Larder Lake  just a stones toss from Kerr Addison one of the most productive gold mines in canada when I was up there as a gold digging snot nose kid LOL
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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #13 on: May 28, 2007, 11:07:18 PM »
What a fine looking sluice table Dave!! {cool^sign} Recirculating? or not yet.
What better way to leisurely work through cons than this.

Another great idea!  :) :)
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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #14 on: May 29, 2007, 06:05:12 PM »
Yuppers  BC  its recirculating on about 5 gal of water Im using a old Coolant pump from a Band saw and a settling pail with a 1 inch tube stuck in it about 4 from the top..draining into a 3 gal pail with the pump in it... its a wonderful way to spend a cold snowy winter evening  I collected 7 or 8... 5 gal pails of concentrates over the summer to keep me going thru the winter Mind you one does have to ration the cons so you have enuff to last  LOL  Cost me about 50 bucks in Wood and paint and stuff   the sluice is a 5 foot piece of Aluminum "C" channel 5" by 3" I found tossed in the scrap bin of a Fab shop the spray bar is just a chunk of 1 inch steel tube with one end welded shut and holes drilled in it..  works great..The wife loves it cuz she always wanted a fountain and if ya close your eyes.....  Welll  LOL


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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #15 on: July 12, 2007, 10:48:39 AM »
Well I just bought a 48 inch metal Break and  not more than 2 hrs ago Bought a house with a nice big shop  LOL  Guess Im going into Bizz Making Gold Prospecting Equipment for a reasonable price ..almost had a heart attack when I seen the price of some of the equipment out there  As Im so tight I squeek with the Almighty loony I figgured I can do this cheaper and help  ppl get started in this wonderful pass time..

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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #16 on: June 24, 2008, 03:44:21 PM »
Any updates on this SnowSpider I went back through the blogs to see what had been posted.  <-good_> Have you perfected your machine? Is there  current photo of it as the old ones arent avaliable
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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #17 on: June 30, 2008, 07:10:31 PM »
Snow Spider
 I second "Tricky" s request. We would love to see your pictures but they won't come up. Can you re-post them or maybe even e-mail them to us. or post a web-site if you are manufacturing these for sale?
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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #18 on: July 01, 2008, 05:17:30 AM »
   I can't get the pictures to show up says (file 404 not found) have they been removed for some reason....?
is there a place i can go to view them?
thanks

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Re: Tryed Somthing with amazing results..
« Reply #19 on: July 01, 2008, 12:24:58 PM »
   I can't get the pictures to show up says (file 404 not found) have they been removed for some reason....?
is there a place i can go to view them?
thanks


The pics were lost in a server crash last year  :(