Vizsla Silver Drills 1,295.6 G/T Silver Equivalent Over 5.93 Metres At Panuco Project

Vizsla Silver Corp. (TSXV: VZLA) announced today the drill results from 19 holes targeting the Napoleon vein at its Panuco silver-gold project in Mexico. The company was able to intersect 1,295.6 g/t silver equivalent over 5.93 metres true width.

The mining firm also reported that 105 holes drilled within the Napoleon corridor to date highlighted an average vein width of 3.5 metres with a weighted average grade of 482 g/t silver equivalent.

Highlights from the reported results are:

  • NP-21-149: 1,295.6 g/t silver equivalent (11.35 g/t gold, 184.6 g/t silver, 0.49% lead, 2.25% zinc) over 5.93 metres true width, including 
    • 3,646.5 g/t silver equivalent (33.78 g/t gold, 343.6 g/t silver, 1.17% lead, 6.30% zinc) over 1.89 metres true width
  • NP-21-133: 1,288.0 g/t silver equivalent (10.74 g/t gold, 188.0 g/t silver, 1.27% lead, 3.47% zinc) over 1.46 metres true width

Following the results, resource delineation is now extended over 1,000 metres in length and 370 metres in depth. The mining company further relayed that the Napoleon vein will be the primary focus for resource delineation at the property as it plans for the maiden resource estimate slated to be executed in Q1 2022.

Last week, the company resumed drilling activities at the Panuco project after suspending it for more than a month due to a COVID-19 risk spike in the Mexican province where it’s located.

Vizsla Silver last traded at $2.50 on the TSX Venture.

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