So, you want to mine for gold?

For those who ask, "How do I Mine for Gold?" Here is some information to guide those who want to mine for gold. Bits of knowledge to help the small scale miner get started. Knowledge is power, and no other has more information on Gold Mines and how to mine for Gold!

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How to Buy a Mining Claim

You can't do much mining without a mining claim. If you have made the decision to buy or stake a mining claim, there are a few things you should know before you start. A mine isnt just a hole in the ground, a mine will give you wealth, it will allow you to become self sufficient. Miners of days gone past were not idiots. They were not the crazy, dancing fools that are seen in so many movies. Miners were the Wall Street Bankers of the day. Shrewd investors who did not fear hard work.

Today there are many out there who think that any hole in the ground is a mine. They will file a claim on it and try to sell it! This is not the case. There are many things that can help you avoid these scammers and their garbage claims. Take a few minutes to read and learn before you ever reach for your wallet.


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How to Mine for Gold

A mine can be loaded with gold, but it does you no good if you don't know what to look for and how to get it out. Once you have found the gold deposits the next step is to extract the gold from the ore. There are a variety of tools that can be used, some are more effective then others.  Find out what to look for in a mine and once you extract the ore, how to crush it and separate the precious metals.


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Stay out, Stay Alive...

The single biggest lie pushed on people since we moved off the gold standard. This campaign is full of mis-information and more than a few untruths about abandoned mines. Stories of bad air, and some deaths that never even happened. All in the name of begging for federal funding.  The fact is, with all the traffic that mines see, and the few accidents that occur, mining is one of the safest forms of recreation on public lands! These mines have closed mostly because of an extreme anti-mining agenda that was started by Franklin D. Roosevelt and still continues to this day with Bill Clinton stopping the patent of mining claims in 1994.

Our teams survey hundreds of abandoned mines across the west and we haven't lost a single soul. Further, in the 20 years we have been doing this, not a single accident or injury due to a mine. Read on as we dispel common myths about abandoned mines.

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