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MOLYBDENUM-COPPER EXPLORATION: First assays from MAC project are promising

BRITISH COLUMBIA - Stratton Resources of Vancouver has released the first set of assays from its MAC molybdenum-copper project 80 km northwest of Fort St. James. The best result so far is 0.123% Mo and 0.219% Cu over 93 metres. The work is...



BRITISH COLUMBIA – Stratton Resources of Vancouver has released the first set of assays from its MAC molybdenum-copper project 80 km northwest of Fort St. James. The best result so far is 0.123% Mo and 0.219% Cu over 93 metres. The work is being done to confirm, expand and quantify the historic resource.

Stratton is executing a 10,000-metre diamond drilling program with two rigs on site. The company has already competed airborne geophysics and 34 line kilometres of group IP and 60 line kilometres of line cutting at t he property. All the results will be used to create a 43-101-compliant resource estimate early next year.

To view the drill hole location map click on www.media3.marketwire.com/docs/si1122.pdf or visit www.StrattonResources.com.