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    Crushing quartz part 6

    Its been awhile since I did a video so I figured I would share some of my recent hard rock crushing with everyone. I still have more to crush yet and another rock crushing video is in the works showing that red one in the video. Hope you guys enjoy, its not much video but good enough to show ya what im working with.

    Last edited by Astrobouncer; Oct 12, 2013 at 01:02 PM.
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    Enjoyed it!

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ID:	880849Astrobouncer I loved that video. You seem to know a lot about quartz so I wanted to send you a few pictures I got from a vein to see if you think I should crush them. I have still got to get or make a home crusher as I have got quite a pile of the rocks I brought home from the site a lot like these. I am looking forward to see your video of that purple rock as I brought two big rocks home that probably weigh about 75 lbs each that has red look on them like blood would come out of the rock if busted. I am new to all this and any help would help me . One of the rocks looks like its got silver in it and some may just be pyriteClick image for larger version. 

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    lotta Mica in those G,, I would definately crush the ones in pict #4

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    Love the videos Astro. If you run out of quartz and are ever up my way here in Virginia I will give you some of my quartz rocks from the vein I am getting the specimans from and some dirt from it too as I am not very good at panning dirt and maybe you could tell me what is in it if anything.

 

 

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