Arizona Mining (TSX:AZ) has announced results of three new exploration drill holes targeting the expaxnsion of the Taylor Zn-Pb-AG sulfide deposit on its 100 percent owned Hermosa Project in Arizona.
As quoted in the press release:
All holes are significant expansions to the maiden resource announced on February 1, 2016 (see Map attached).
HDS-346 intersected several zones of mineralization including 183 feet of 6.2% zinc, 7.6% lead, 0.05% copper and 2.29 opt silver, which included an interval of 85 feet of 9.4% zinc, 12.8% lead, 0.09% copper, and 3.92 opt silver. This drill hole represents a 500 foot step out from the northwestern extent of the previously reported resource area.
HDS-342 encountered 14 individual zones of mineralization including 47.5 feet of 14.1% zinc, 10.1% lead, 0.86% copper and 3.59 opt silver and another of 50.5 feet of 7.8% zinc, 5.7% lead, 0.20% copper and 2.11 opt silver. This hole is an angle hole that targeted the southern limits of mineralization as it extends to the southwest from the main portion of the resource block.
HDS-340 intersected five zones of mineralization including 30 feet of 2.9% zinc; 22.7% lead; 1.09% copper and 9.22 opt silver.Â This drill hole represents an 800 foot step-out from the northwestern extent of the previously reported resource area.
Get Our Expert Guide to Zinc Investing FREE!
Download this FREE Special Report, Zinc Commodity News and Zinc Market Outlook.
The post Arizona Mining Continues Expansion of Taylor Deposit appeared first on Investing News Network.