Kingman Minerals (TSXV: KGS) this morning announced the second sampling results from its Rosebud Mine, part of the firms Mohave project, with data focused on the 100 foot and 200 foot levels of the mine shaft. Highlight mineralization includes 688 g/t gold and 468 g/t silver over 0.18 metres from a chip sample taken on the 100 foot level stope in the mine.
The second round of sampling, similar to the first round, was conducted by Burgex Mining Consultants, whom were called back to site to attempt to reach the 200 foot level of the mine. After clearing debris from the mine shaft, Burgex was able to successfully reach the 200 foot level of the historic mine.
In total, twenty six samples were taken from the mine from both the 100 and 200 foot levels during the second underground program. Highlights from the program include 688 g/t gold and 468 g/t silver over 0.18 metres, as well as 109 g/t gold and 164 g/t silver over 0.15 metres, both taken from chip samples at the 100 foot north stope.
Kingman Minerals last traded at $0.18 on the TSX Venture.
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