The Review of LynchMining Black Label Paydirt:
A new leader for gold has taken the throne for Goldpalooza month with today’s review of LynchMining Black Label Paydirt. It didn’t give me my best ROI for goldpalooza but I will not complain as I still found a lot and I mean a lot of gold out of this jar.
Unlike the other LynchMining products this stuff has almost no material over 30 mesh and it is almost all Black sands (over 90%). Just because it doesn’t have a lot of the larger mesh material doesn’t mean it doesn’t have big gold though. Right off the bat I found a nice nugget in the over 10 material (pic below). With only a few small rocks to keep it coming. It is always nice to start a bag with a nice nugget.
The -10/+20 and -20/+30 were not much different with only about a tablespoon of material each. However the -10/+20 had a huge amount of gold, with at least 1/3 of all the gold I recovered being in this classification. The -20/+30 also had a nice bit of gold, just not as much. What really surprised me though was how difficult it was to pan out. Since almost all of it was still black sands it was hard to separate the gold from it, so you really need to work to get gold out of the LynchMining Black Label Paydirt.
When you get to the -30 is when you realize you will have to seriously work to get all the gold out of its black sandy grips. It took me half the day to coax the gold out and even when I thought I was done I found more black sands mixed in with my gold. It made for a long relaxing battle of me versus the black sands. The -30 LynchMining Black Label Paydirt is why I use 6x magnification glasses (See post HERE) to make sure I get every bit of gold.
The Last thing I will say about LynchMining Black Label Paydirt is I would highly suggest using this stuff to test out mining equipment. If is the type of paydirt that will put your sluice, or miller table through its paces. Or if you like torturing your eyes you can spend the day panning it out for a ton of fun.
LynchMinings 1lb Black Label Paydirt bag ended with a score of 9.4 out of 10. Well the Black Label did not disappoint, with a lot of gold to be had. I was super pleased with this bag and my only complaint is slow shipping.
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Item Purchased: LynchMining.com (1lb Black Label Paydirt)
Total Cost: $63.75 (Sale Price $75.00 regularly) ($7.25 Shipping) $71.00 Total
Gold Per Gram: $41.71 per gram
Total Gold Recovered: 1.702 grams
Gold Value: $70.99
Return on Investment: 99.99%
Actual Return on Investment: 81.99%
This review is my opinion and my results may vary from your results. My bag may have been a bad batch or a great batch, remember no two bags of paydirt are ever the same. So please use common sense when buying paydirt from any seller. Oh and good luck and happy panning!