Quebec -- Radisson Mining Resources has released the latest drill results from its 20,000-metre drill program at its O’Brien gold project in Quebec, including highlights such as 19.6 metres grading 4.5 g/t gold.
Drilling results continue to demonstrate lateral and vertical continuity of current mineral resources of the O'Brien deposit. Moreover, they continue to confirm the presence high-grade gold intercepts within wider, low-grade mineralized envelopes. O’Brien lies along the Larder Lake-Cadillac fault, halfway between Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d’Or.
[caption id="attachment_1003718862" align="alignnone" width="550"] Potential plants for custom milling close to the O'Brien gold project. Credit: Radisson Mining Resources
Highlights of the five new holes reported include drill hole OB-17-29, which intersected 19.6 metres grading 4.5 g/t gold at a depth of 354 metres, including 33.2 g/t gold over 2 metres and 8.6 g/t gold over 1 metre.
Drill hole OB-17-30 intersected 24.3 metres grading 1.5 g/t gold at a depth of 532 metres, including 10.7 g/t gold over 1.2 metres. The hole targeted up-dip extension of drill hole OB-16-05, which returned values of 17.6 g/t gold over 1.4 metres.
Hole OB-17-26 intersected 47 metres grading 1.2 g/t gold at a depth of 460 metres, including 6.5 g/t gold over 3 metres.
Assays are pending for another 14 drill holes totalling 7,425 metres.
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