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    Rick

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    cheap classifiers


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    Re: cheap classifiers

    Good one hurt hawk....or just use that over a steel pan.
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    Re: cheap classifiers

    This might be a stupid question but why did you put it inside another classifier?

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    Rick

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    Re: cheap classifiers

    Dunc,

    You stack classifiers to get you material to consistent sizes for running in your sluice or panning.
    Different material sizes in the same run or pan will cause you to lose gold due to the various eddies formed by mismatched sizes

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    Re: cheap classifiers

    so the classifiers were different sizes for different pans?

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    Re: cheap classifiers

    Go to the local Dollar Store and get a plastic collander and you can classify to 1/8 "

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    Re: cheap classifiers

    Plastic,good for placer,not hard rock sampling....

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    Dang slick
    Even 2 dildos would work
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    Jim Bowers

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    That's just slicker than snot on a glass doorknob. Thank you.
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    I use a one gallon bucket with the bottom cut out and a piece of 1/2" hardware cloth that fits. I wash everything in five gallon bucket and dump out the one gallon sieve, then run the classified material through my drop riffle sluice.

    After I get a sluice clean up panned down to mostly black sand I sometimes use a wire kitchen strainer to clean out larger heavies. I don't care to carry a duffle bag full of classifiers around. That's the way I like it anyways.
    A democracy will always eat it's self.

    The king is dead. May The King return...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildbill7459 View Post
    Awesome! .... I wonder if I could get this going on my rocker. Currently you have to give the classifier 2 or 3 good shakes while pumping the water to get the smaller stuff through. The pumping action is actually a Breese but the constant shaking gets annoying.
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