Canamex Resources Corp. (TSXV:CSQ,OTCQX:CNMXF,FWB:CX6) provided an update on the Bruner Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada. Core drilling continues on the property, and once it is completed, the RC rig will be moved into the area and drilling will continue to define the geometry and grade of the main mineralized zone.
As quoted in the press release:
Once B-1308C has been completed the core drill will mobilize to the Penelas East discovery area and a core hole will be drilled to offset a significant intercept of gold in volcanic breccia encountered in the last hole at Penelas East in 2013. B-1341C intersected 79.9 metres of 1.509 gpt gold (262 feet of 0.044 opt gold) (see Canamex News Release dated December 4, 2013).
Once core drilling is completed at the historic resource area the RC rig will be moved into the area and drilling will continue to define the geometry and grade of the main mineralized zone. Further RC drilling of the VLF-EM anomalies at Penelas East will be determined once assay results from the holes completed to date have been received and interpreted.