AbraSilver Intersects 2,320 g/t Silver Over 4 Metres At Diablillos

AbraSilver Resource Corp (TSXV: ABRA) continues to intersect strong mineralization under its Phase 3 drill program. The firm this morning released further results from its Diablillos property in Argentina, where it has intersected shallow silver oxide mineralization.

The latest results are focused at the JAC zone, where silver oxide mineralization has been intersected as well as high grade silver that is said to be associated with copper in an underlying oxide and sulphide transition zone.

Highlights from the results include:

  • DDH 23-007: 4.0 metres of 2,320 g/t silver from 115 metres
  • DDH 23-090: 8.5 metres of 479 g/t silver from 161 metres
  • DDH 23-010: 45.5 metres of 233 g/t silver from 132 metres

The current program consists of a planned 22,000 metres of drilling, of which 15,500 metres has been completed in aggregate across 74 holes. Drilling has been primarily focused on the JAC zone, which remains open in multiple directions, with exploratory drilling set to occur at several targets identified via ground magnetic surveys.

“Our drill program continues to expand the shallow oxide mineralization at JAC in practically all directions. Mineralization at JAC extends for at least 700 metres along strike and we have confirmed the presence of multiple mineralized structures in oxides, as well as multiple underlying sulphide feeder structures,” commented the firms Chief Geologist Dave O’Connor.

AbraSilver Resource last traded at $0.345 on the TSX Venture.

Information for this briefing was found via Sedar and AbraSilver Resource Corp. The author has no securities or affiliations related to this organization. Not a recommendation to buy or sell. Always do additional research and consult a professional before purchasing a security. The author holds no licenses.

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