Aheadoftheherd.com put a spotlight on Enforcer Gold Corp. (TSXV:VEIN), stating that the high grade gold property sets it apart from its peers. In the article, CEO Steve Roebuck said, ““I knew right away this was a special project, it was high-grade. So I said, Okay, let’s go for it and look at it, and take the option.”
As quoted in the article:
Since acquiring the project, Enforcer Gold has launched a $2.2 million exploration program that started in March, including a geophysical survey, additional channel sampling and diamond drilling.
Up to 8,000 meters of drilling will focus on testing the strike continuity and depth of the Galena and No. 2 veins, and also the hydrothermal breccia described above. Between 50 and 100 holes will test the veins down to a depth of about 200 meters, employing larger diameter coring equipment than previous drilling in order to get more representative samples.
Roebuck said the main goal of the program is to find a discovery hole, and to better understand the underlying gold structures, which could point to a deposit:
“What I’m saying is that I think that these two veins are indicative of a larger system at play. Does gold come in from the plutons to the southwest and to the northeast? Or was it remobilized from the volcanic package itself? Are they vertical veins? Or are they heavily faulted and folded as we go down? We’re just starting to get indications that the plumbing system beneath the surface is fairly complex.”
He noted that the structure appears to form a fold or hinge, about 50 meters below surface. “These folds tend to act as traps. And this is where you actually get your dilation in the nose fold… typically, this is where you get your pooling of these gold-bearing fluids.”