Vizsla Silver Corp (TSXV: VZLA) released further drill results this morning. The results for a total of eighteen holes come from an ongoing 120,000 metre drill program being conducted at its flagship Panuco project, found in Mexico.
The latest holes were focused on the southern extension of Napoleon Vein, which is viewed by the company as the primary target for resource growth in the near term. The results published this morning are said to “demonstrate that Napoleon is more than a single structure,” and is rather a vein system with multiple splays.
Highlights from the results released this morning include:
- NP-22-258: 1,139 g/t silver, 11.48 g/t gold, 0.32% lead, 0.85% zinc over 4.30 metres true width
- NP-22-271: 393 g/t silver, 2.92 g/t gold, 0.40% lead, 0.94% zinc over 7.00 metres true width
- NP-22-281: 3,585 g/t silver, 25.84 g/t gold, 0.32% lead, 1.07% zinc over 1.40 metres true width
Three rigs are continuing to drill out the zone which are said to be focused on resource expansion within the Napoleon Vein Corridor. Today’s results are said to outline a new zone below the Napoleon resource, with a footprint of 800 metres along strike and 300 metres down dip, while remaining open at depth.
Vizsla Silver last traded at $1.74 on the TSX Venture.
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