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Rimshot last won the day on January 20 2015

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  1. Happy Birthday Bill! Hope you have a good'n!
  2. "Thats's when I started paying more attention to and learning more about geology. specifically rock types commonly associated with (detectable) nugget size gold." That is the hardest part to learn. They have many faces. I can google a specific rock and they don't all look alike. Google images is worthless in that respect. But I have went to other geology sites and seen the same. I wish someone with a good camera would show what these rocks really look like. If there is more looks to a rock, then show it. Are if there is a website that is specific to this subject, that would be great too. I don't think minedat shows all of the different rocks either.
  3. Diamond, The way i'm understanding the shows haven't even shown yet. I can't believe you would even say such words. If I were Bill i'd boot you to the moon.
  4. AZNBob, Well the long winded post is my second framer. Your post and Trinityraymills post is all any nugget shooter needs to know to find gold. There have been many good post about finding gold here, but those top the list fer sure IMO. Sure wish I was there, but my health hasn't been so good lately. But my dreamer ain't broke... Rim
  5. Even with a likeness of Jesus on it...Pretty cool Chris!
  6. Take it to a gun show and sell it Bill. A lot of folks still cast their on bullets. Or better yet if you have a friend that has a booth, maybe he can sell it at the gun show. On this page, you can get a general idea what it goes for. $1.91 just for pure lead in 9 lb increments or alloyed lead for a little more. http://www.buffaloarms.com/bullet_alloys_and_pure_lead_pr-3897.aspx Or put you a sign out front "Buffalo "Bill's" Real Cowboy Lead."
  7. Jim, I wonder why the detector world has been so slow to catch on to this technology? The best thing about is much, much, smaller packages. Sure could of helped out in the tennis elbow department fer sure....
  8. Ouch Ron...I think i broke one too..a bad hicup of all things...dam. Now tell us about those two circle thingies on the right side of x-ray.
  9. Wow! Adam when i first looked at that i thought what big gold boulders you got, and then i read....
  10. Great pics Tom! Look's like a great time!
  11. Jim i quit putting my age on the membership stuff cause i hate to be reminded...haha!
  12. Reno Chris, Silver sure has a lot of different look's. I was look'n at your web page and thought to myself, I bet most prospectors threw it away not knowing. You remember that dude on Steve's old message board? The one that posted all those beautiful pictures of the silver he found? I believe those chunks must have been 10-15 lbs each. Veinlett's running every where in those fine specimen. I'm sure they were cleaned up, but man were they beautiful. Rim
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