Vizsla Silver Corp. (TSXV: VZLA) today provided results for fourteen drill holes conducted at the Napoleon prospect at their Panuco gold-silver project in Mexico. Among the results was a highlight figure of 898 g/t silver equivalent over 8.36 metres true width within hole NP-21-112.
The program is ongoing with five rigs carrying out further resource drilling and three rigs focusing on exploration. Five new targets across four vein corridors have assay results pending.
Highlights from the drill program include:
- Hole NP-21-107 intersected 410.0 g/t silver equivalent at 4.65 meters downhole, with a true width of 3.73 metres, including 642.2 g/t silver equivalent at 1.5 metres downhole, at a true width of 1.20 metres.
- Hole NP-21-110 intersected 1,020.3 g/t silver equivalent at 3.4 metres downhole with a true width of 2.62, including 2,885.3 g/t silver equivalent at 0.9 metres downhole, with a true width of 0.69 metres.
- Hole NP-21-116 intersected 427.5 g/t silver equivalent at 20.65 metres downhole, with a true width of 11.34 metres.
Notably, drilling conducted on the southern portion of the Napolean mineralized zone has extended the vein a further 100 metres, totaling 950 metres of strike to date. Vizsla intends to complete the 50 metre spaced drilling at a depth of roughly 350 metres to define the plunge of mineralization. The company will then follow up with the drilling of deeper holes to define the full extent of mineralization at the zone.
Vizsla Silver Corp. last traded on the TSXV at $2.33.
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