The company said the exploration target supports one of largest copper-gold systems in Mongolia.
Kincora Copper (TSXV:KCC) has outlined recent extensive exploration activities at its wholly owned Bronze Fox project and planned activities for the remainder of the current field season.
According to the company the focus of these activities are multiple new target zones proposed for drilling at, or on the margin of, the western license relating to the western zone or south-western periphery of the West Kasulu target and Bronze Fox Intrusive Complex, where Kincora previously has had only one field season of unimpeded drilling activities.
As highlighted in the press release:
- Drilling to test new infill and extension high-grade targets within western zone of the West Kasulu exploration target and newly identified southerly western zone
- Three of the only four holes previously drilled by Kincora in the western zone intersected higher grade zones, with a >1km strike identified, benefiting from significant advancements in exploration activities since limited prior drilling
- Exploration target supports one of largest copper-gold systems in Mongolia
- IP survey commences to further refine targets to the west and advance pipeline of targets across second intrusive complex