Vizsla Silver Hits 2,699 g/t Silver, 24.99 g/t Gold Over 2.3 Metres At La Luisa Target

An ongoing 90,000 metre drill program continues to produce results for Vizsla Silver (TSXV: VZLA) at their flagship Panuco silver-gold project. The latest results released by the firm has seen the footprint of La Luisa target expanded significantly, which is to the west of the main Napoleon Vein.

Highlights from the results include:

  • NP-22-332: 2,699 g/t silver, 24.99 g/t gold, 0.22% lead, and 0.65% zinc over 2.30 metres true width, or 4,227 g/t silver equivalent
  • NP-22-345: 1,286 g/t silver, 9.76 g/t gold, 0.90% lead, and 2.35% zinc over 2.50 metres true width, or 1,967 g/t silver equivalent
  • NP-23-358: 257 g/t silver, 11.13 g/t gold, 0.42% lead and 2.03% zinc over 5.60 metres true width, or 1,076 g/t silver equivalent

Drilling was conducted 700 metres to the west of the Napoleon Vein, at what is known as the La Luisa target. The footprint of that target is now defined as being at least 350 metres long and 325 metres down dip, while remaining open in all directions. The target meanwhile has been mapped on surface for nearly 1,000 metres.

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It is currently believed that the target could provide improved grades at depth, as a result of the high gold to silver ratio that was intersected. 17 holes have tested the target to date, with a second drill rig to be moved to the target for further drilling, with additional drilling to be focused on the west side of the target.

Vizsla Silver last traded at $2.19 on the TSX Venture.

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