Crosshair Intersects 0.18% Vanadium Over 241 Metres

- February 11th, 2010

Crosshair Exploration reports the widest vanadium intercept to date in hole ML-182 from the ongoing vanadium program on the Central Mineral Belt project, Labrador. Holes outside of the currently defined resource continue to yield vanadium results. The vanadium resource expansion program has been planned with the goal of adding significant pounds of vanadium to the existing vanadium … Continued

Crosshair Exploration reports the widest vanadium intercept to date in hole ML-182 from the ongoing vanadium program on the Central Mineral Belt project, Labrador.

Holes outside of the currently defined resource continue to yield vanadium results.

The vanadium resource expansion program has been planned with the goal of adding significant pounds of vanadium to the existing vanadium resource without the need for further drilling. Given the fact that the previous drill programs on the CMB project focused exclusively on uranium, most holes were only sampled where uranium was encountered. For this reason, approximately 4,000 metres of existing core needs to be sampled and assayed for vanadium.

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