Tintina Resources Inc. (TSXV:TAU,OTCQX:TINTF) announced that has assay results for 15 new drill holes from their Black Butte Copper Project, located in central Montana, USA.
As quoted in the press release:
Highlights of the 2012 in-fill drill program from the Lowry Deposit – Middle Zone (LD – MZ):
- Drill hole SC12-152 intersected 38.40 meters grading 2.66% Copper (Cu), 0.09% Cobalt (Co), and 12.5 g/tonne Silver (Ag)
- Drill hole SC12-163 intersected 16.90 meters grading 2.85% Copper (Cu), 0.08% Cobalt (Co), and 16.6 g/tonne Silver (Ag)
- Drill hole SC12-164 intersected 38.13 meters grading 2.83% Copper (Cu), 0.08% Cobalt (Co), 16.7 g/tonne Silver (Ag)
- Drill hole SC12-168 intersected 23.66 meters grading 5.45% Copper (Cu), 0.11% Co, and 20.9 g/tonne Silver (Ag).
Tintina’s Vice President of Exploration, Jerry Zieg, said:
We are very pleased to continue to report thick, high grade copper intersections from the Black Butte Copper project. The Lowry Middle Zone results will form the basis for a new resource estimate for the Lowry deposit which should become a substantial addition to our Measured and Indicated Resource inventory.
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