Blackrock Gold Corp (TSXV: BRC) this morning announced that its Victor vein target at the Tonopah West project in Nevada has been extended 480 metres to the east. The development however was not a result of work conducted by Blackrock, but by neighbouring Summa Silver Corp (CSE: SSVR), and drilling results the firm announced yesterday for their Hughes property, which is contiguous to Tonopah West.
In perhaps what is the laziest extension of a vein filed to date, Blackrock has announced that the Victor Vein has seen its strike extended by those 480 metres as a result of Summa Silver drilling 1,079 g/t silver equivalent over 0.9 metres and 582 g/t silver equivalent over 0.7 metres at its Lower Murray target. The drill intercepts are said to be from the same vein system, the Victor/Murray vein, with the implication being the additional strike that is contained on Blackrock’s property.
Blackrock in the interim is said to be awaiting additional assays from further drill holes in the target area.
Blackrock Gold last traded at $0.77 on the TSX Venture.
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