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High Quality Mini Gold Sluice Box For Gold Mining

Riffles are purposeful obstructions which slow the movement of gold in the sluice so it can be trapped in miner's moss, carpeting, or rubber matting in the bottom of the sluice. Nineteenth century gold miners used wooden sluices that were at least 12 feet long, but modern gold prospectors primarily use sluice boxes made of plastic or metal which are typically 24, 36 or 48 inches long and 6 to 10 inches wide.