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>>29708408
galena is a lead zinc ore, but it is also one of the primary silver ores mines operate on. Galena is usually 75% lead, 15% zinc and left over is silver and other impurities like cadmium. On my claims though the galena is only 30% lead with anywhere between 20% - 25% silver, the rest is zinc and a little gold.

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>>28480014
how about another.
300gpt Ag and 5-90gpt Au with bonanza grade anomalous Au grades in select samples

also I think 4-6% copper in some samples as well.

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>>27265964
depends, PSLV is pretty legit as far as I can tell. I dont buy paper silver so I am not in the know as much.

If you dont hold it you dont own it.

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holy shit these are moving fast
Feels GOOD to witness a new silver rush!

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Does anybody else here watch prospecting channels? I've been watching Dan Hurd and 911 Mining & Prospecting a bunch recently, interesting stuff especially the videos by 911 Mining & Prospecting. Lots of things to learn just by watching, about what kinds of rocks there are. Beginning to notice the difference between arsenopyrite and chalcopyrite for example, and sphalerite with its metallic gleam is easy to recognize. Still having a little trouble differentiating between breccia and quartz; pyrite and chalcopyrite; malachite and azurite. Galena also is just black rock, it could be anything in my eyes lol. Interesting stuff regardless.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvlriatmSNY

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>>24104338
fuck i wish i could claim that nugget, but my hard rock ore is fabulous.

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>>23252524
This ores from my high grade Au/Ag hard rock claims in northern BC an hour away from Bell 2. Was going to be drilling it this year but covid got in the way. The ore grades 20-300gpt Ag and 5-80gpt Au. Also had some insanely high value anomalous grades of over 900-1000gpt Ag and crazy high Au too but I need to drill it to find out. Showings were shown to me by a friend who built a logging access road into the area and cut some extremely good surface outcrops in the right of way.

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>>19563391
There is a contract mill at Greenwood BC that would take my ore, there is easy logging road access right to the main veins, so I could in theory open pit mine it if I cant lease it off to someone else. My X Ray drills suppose to be rated to go past 500m deep, but I ve been told that the drill stem might not be able to go safely past that, I am only looking to see if the ore body goes more than 100m anyway. If it does than it should be easy to get one of the larger junior exploration companies to investigate the property. Its excellent ore, very little penalized elements, and good access, everything a guy dreams about.

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>>18069322
I might start doing work in Alaska though, probably in a year or so. I have title to a bunch of silver properties near Hyder that I want to explore.

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>>16685945
sample in below pic carried 1000 ounces per tonne silver... issue is extracting the vein would cost more than you would make recovering it.



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