Silver Range Resources unveils exploration results from Silver Mountain Property in Nevada

Silver Range Resources unveils exploration results from Silver Mountain Property in Nevada


Mike Power, CEO of Silver Range Resources, joined Proactive’s Steve Darling to reveal the results of the company’s exploration activities at the Silver Mountain Property in Nevada. The exploration efforts include geological mapping, sampling and a geochemical orientation program at the Hidden Gulch on the property.

Power expanded on the findings, highlighting the significant results from both subsurface and surface sampling efforts. Underground chip sampling at the Silver Bowl Mine revealed notable grades, with results down to 0.6 meters at 1,415 grams per tonne (g/t) silver and 0.48% copper. Surface chip sampling also produced promising results, with up to 0.4 meters depth at 1,245 g/t silver from a vein exposed in a pit near the southern end of the main structure.

In addition, geological mapping identified a 250-metre-long steep westward normal fault within a 370-metre-long structural corridor that hosts high-grade silver mineralization. In addition, an east-dipping antithetic fault was identified west of the main fault, parallel to the main hanging wall fault. Sampling through one of these antithetical veins yielded 0.65 meters with a value of 546 g/ton silver. Previously reported sampling along this structure yielded grades up to 3,270 g/ton silver.

These exploration results underscore the potential of the Silver Mountain Property and demonstrate the presence of high-grade silver mineralization within the structural corridors identified through geological mapping and sampling efforts. Silver Range Resources remains committed to advancing exploration activities on the property to further delineate and evaluate mineralization potential.

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