All holes from the current 2018 drill program have intersected visible nickel-copper sulfide mineralization.
Buxton Resources (ASX:BUX) has released the results of laboratory assays of drilling done at its Double Magic nickel-copper project in northern Western Australia.
According to the release the results show 3 strongly mineralized zones within a broader mineralized sequence, with the overall interval an impressive 40m at 1 percent nickel equivalent from 304m down hole.
Individual assays returned grades up to 7.26 percent nickel and 1.73 percent copper, 0.18 percent cobalt plus 11.7 grams per tonne of platinum group elements.
As quoted in the press release:
All holes from the current 2018 drill program have intersected visible nickel-copper sulfide mineralization, including numerous occurrences of brecciated massive sulfide with coarse pentlandite and chalcopyrite.