Vizsla Intersects 512.8 G/T Silver Equivalent Over 7.76 Metres
Vizsla Silver Corp. (TSXV: VZLA) announced today the latest results from its drilling program at the Tajitos vein at its Panuco silver-gold project in Mexico. The company was able to intersect 512.8 g/t silver equivalent over 7.76 metres within its highlight result.
The project’s 32-drill hole results have also shown an average vein width of 3.08 metres and a weighted average grade of 505 g/t silver equivalent (329.0 g/t silver and 2.10 g/t gold). Results released this morning meanwhile consist of a total of ten additional holes.
Highlights from the reported results are:
- CS-21-29: 512.8 g/t silver equivalent (1.56 g/t gold, 390.7 g/t silver) over 7.76 metres, including
- 1,423.4 g/t silver equivalent (3.60 g/t gold, 1,156.8 g/t silver) over 1.22 metres
- CS-21-20: 751.5 g/t silver equivalent (4.52 g/t gold, 350.9 g/t silver) over 4.48 metres, including
- 1,382.5 g/t silver equivalent (8.45 g/t gold, 632.9 g/t silver) over 2.04 metres
The company reports that the site’s mineralization has extended over 575 metres in length, 250 metres in depth, and remains open to the northeast, southwest, and at depth. Additionally, the vein is interpreted to intersect with the Napolean Vein.
Vizsla Silver last traded at $2.84 on the TSX Venture.
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