Vizsla Silver (TSXV: VZLA) this morning released released from its ongoing drill program at its Panuco silver-gold project in Mexico. The results released come from the Napoleon prospect, where the company has doubled the drilled strike length following the latest results.
The results released this morning come from step out drilling conducted at the prospect, where mineralization was extended by 300 metres to the south of previous drilling. While mapping has occurred over two and a half kilometres of strike, the drilled portion is much smaller at 570 metres, with four rigs currently working to change that.
Two drill holes were reported this morning, with the highlight results consisting of the following:
- NP-21-90: 861 g/t silver equivalent over 1.92 metres true width, consisting of 105.9 g/t silver, 7.28 g/t gold, 0.70% lead and 2.87% zinc
- NP-21-94: 2,758 g/t silver equivalent over 4.46 metres true width, consisting of 889.6 g/t silver, 19.99 g/t gold, 0.71% lead and 1.76% zinc
The company also revealed this morning that the vein will be the path from explorer to producer for the company, with Vizsla currently undergoing metallurgy, engineering, mill upgrades and tailings reprocessing studies to move the project forward to production.
Vizsla Resources last traded at $1.64 on the TSX Venture.
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