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VANADIUM EXPLORATION: Crosshair cuts 0.18% V2O5 over 241 metres

LABRADOR - Crosshair Exploration & Mining of Vancouver has cut the widest vanadium intercept to date - 241...



LABRADOR – Crosshair Exploration & Mining of Vancouver has cut the widest vanadium intercept to date – 241 metres near surface – during exploration drilling at its vanadium prospect in the Central Mineral Belt. The company says holes drilled outside the resource boundaries as currently defined continue to intersect vanadium mineralization.

Highlights from recently assays include 0.179% V2O5 over 241 metres (from 30 to 271 metres) including 0.228% over 20 metres (from 204 to 224 metres) in hole ML-182. Hole-143 assayed 0.428% V2O5 over 14 metres (from 114 to 128 metres including 0.428% over 4 metres (from 118 to 122 metres.

Complete vanadium assay highlights are posted on the Crosshair website at:
http://www.CrosshairExploration.com/i/pdf/Vanadium_Assay_Highlights.pdf.