Brixton Metals Drills 2 Metres of 1,084 g/t Silver at Langis Project

- October 18th, 2016

VANCOUVER, Oct. 18, 2016 – Brixton Metals Corporation (TSXV:BBB) is pleased to announce the completion of its drilling program and provide complete assay results from the drill holes at its wholly owned Langis silver project located in Ontario, Canada.

VANCOUVER, Oct. 18, 2016 – Brixton Metals Corporation (TSXV:BBB) is pleased to announce the completion of its drilling program and provide complete assay results from the drill holes at its wholly owned Langis silver project located in Ontario, Canada. Brixton has drilled 15 holes for a total of 3,170 metres designed to confirm historic drill results and test new targets at the past producing site. Brixton also completed 720 kilometres of a combined airborne (Quadra-Mag) high resolution magnetics and (VLF-EM) very low-frequency electromagnetic survey. The work was conducted over the Langis, Hudson Bay and Cobalt lands held by Brixton. The ultra-wide horizontal and vertical gradient allow mapping of subtle changes in rock properties in an attempt to map mineralized veins and their structural controls.
Drill hole LM-16-04 intersected 2.00 metres of 1,084.00 g/t Ag from 182.50 metres hole depth, including 1.00 metre of 1,560.00 g/t Ag. Mineralization is hosted in Coleman Member sediments. LM-16-11 intersected 2.10 metres of 360.00 g/t Ag and it was drilled 165.00 metres southeast of drill hole LM-16-03 which intersected 1,944.60 g/t Ag over 3.13 metres.
Chairman and CEO of Brixton, Gary R. Thompson stated, “This first phase of drilling was successful in recovering very high grade silver and previously unrecognized high grade gold in and around the old workings. We are encouraged by the grade of the intercepts to date and are making plans for further drilling in the area with a goal to define a maiden resource.”
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