Vizsla Silver Hits 901 g/t Silver, 3.25 g/t Gold Over 3.84 Metres
Vizsla Silver (TSXV: VZLA) this morning reported the latest drill results from its flagship Panuco project in Mexico. The results released effectively expanded the resource area along strike at two different zones on the property.
At Napoleon, the company reported a total of ten drill holes, while expanding the strike by 700 metres. The zone meanwhile has also seen its depth extended to up to 450 metres, an expansion of roughly 100 metres. Highlights from the results include:
- NP-21-173: 99 g/t silver, 6.80 g/t gold, 0.20% lead and 1.82% zinc over 3.7 metres
- NP-21-186: 58 g/t silver, 0.93 g/t gold, 0.52% lead and 5.50% zinc over .74 metres
Four drill rigs are currently turning at Napolean, with the company focused on infill drilling as it works towards a resource estimate that is expected in the first quarter of 2022.
Tajitos meanwhile has been expanded by 200 metres of strike, following the company intersecting 901 g/t silver and 3.25 g/t gold over 3.84 metres in hole CS-21-71. Strike is now over 1,000 metres long here, with three drill rigs currently focused on proving out the zone.
Elsewhere, two drill rigs are focused on the Josephine Vein, while another is focused on electromagnetic targets at the Cinco Senores Vein Corridor.
Viszla Silver last traded at $2.81 on the TSX Venture.
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