[caption id="attachment_1003730352" align="aligncenter" width="507"] The Larder project includes the Fernland, Cheminis and Bear deposits. (Image: Gatling Exploration)
ONTARIO – Vancouver-based Gatling Exploration
has shared new drill results from its initial program at the Cheminis deposit, part of the Larder Lake project in the Cadillac-Larder Break. A second drill rig at the site returned core that assayed 12.3 g/t gold over 5.0 metres, including 18.1 g/t over 3.0 metres from hole GTR-19-0010.
The three holes drilled by Gatling cut gold mineralization within 50 metres of the surface.
The past-producing Cheminis mine has more than 3,000 metres of underground development on six main levels and a shaft. The gold-bearing units have been traced on the surface for over 400 metres along strike. The South Flow zones A and C were drilled this summer. The winter program will drill the down plunge extension of the South Flow zone D.
Details are posted at www.GatlingExploration.com.