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LynchMining.com (Reserve Paydirt)

Well it is mid September which means it is now half way through Goldpalooza. The good news is I still have a ton of paydirt to review for the rest of this month as well as some paydirt for October as well. I also am going to be adding a lot of tutorial or info videos over the next few months. I probably won't give them a blog post but they will get added to the side menu or I will make a page just for them. This will be just to answer common questions I get about what pans I use, what equipment I use, etc etc. Plus I want to post some videos about how to pan, or I should say how I pan, since everyone has their own style.

Well on to the review and remember to subscribe to my YouTube channel HERE so as to not miss any of my reviews.

The Review:

Sadly this is my 2nd to last bag of Lynchmining paydirt I have to review. I can honestly say I am already thinking about ordering more and I have a box full of paydirt to review. This stuff is just awesome! Again as it was for the Gizmos paydirt it is super clean until you get to the super fine stuff. So it is easy to pan in regards to water cloudiness. This time though a lot more of the actual paydirt was in the below 30 mesh category which made it a little more challenging then the Gizmos. The reserve paydirt from lynchmining does have 1 gram of gold added but yet again I hit over 100% on the ROI with a total of 1.54 grams.

The gold was again on the larger size again, with a lot in the over 10 mesh this time. While most if it came from the under 20 over 30 mesh size. I did find a small amount in the under 30 mesh and considering most of the paydirt was under 30 mesh it was much harder this time to recover all of the gold out of this bag of LynchMining's paydirt. What did surprise me was how much even the larger sized paydirt floated, so I ended up having to use a lot of gogetterjuice. The one good thing was yet again most of the black sands were magnetized  so it made up for the floating gold.

The LynchMining Reserve paydirt ended with another awesome Score of 9.7 out of 10, that makes two in a row to take my top spots. Absolutely unbelievable paydirt! The only thing I could possibly complain about this paydirt is I don't have more of it. While the score is slightly lower than the supremo it was by a nose hair. Another great bag and really can't wait to review the last one.

Item Purchased: Reserve Paydirt
Total Cost: $60.00 (+Free Shipping)
Gold Per Gram: $42.80 per gram
Total Gold Recovered: 1.54 grams
Gold Value: $65.92
Return on Investment: 109.87%
Return on Investment: 90.01%

LynchMining.com (Reserve Paydirt)

ROI (Return On Investment) - 10
AROI (Actual Return On Investment) - 9
Fun Factor (How Fun was Paydirt?) - 10
Value (ROI = AROI + Fun Factor / 3) - 9.7
Overall Experience (Self Explanatory) - 10
Paydirt Description (Vague or Detailed?) - 10
Paydirt Quantity (Weight as Described?) - 10
Paydirt Packaging (Paydirt Bag Quality) - 8
Customer Service (Self Explanatory) - 10
Shipping (Cost, Speed & Packaging) - 10

9.7

Out Of 10

LynchMining.com (Reserve) Paydirt
1lb 2.2oz of Paydirt
The Gold Weigh In
The Dime Pic

***Disclaimer***

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!

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