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IMPACT Silver (“IMPACT” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce results from the first drilling on the El Paso Vein located in the Royal Mines of Zacualpan Silver-Gold District of central Mexico. Summary Drill hole Z17-26 intersected 834 g/t silver over 3.38 meters (true width) including 1,448 g/t silver over 1.26 meters (true width) at the San …

IMPACT Silver (“IMPACT” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce results from the first drilling on the El Paso Vein located in the Royal Mines of Zacualpan Silver-Gold District of central Mexico.
Summary
Drill hole Z17-26 intersected 834 g/t silver over 3.38 meters (true width) including 1,448 g/t silver over 1.26 meters (true width) at the San Felipe prospect on the El Paso Vein. The zone remains open for expansion.
IMPACT mining personnel plan to access the old San Felipe Mine workings to establish underground drill stations to continue testing the zone. The El Paso Vein is centrally located within the district, passes less than one kilometer from IMPACT’s producing 535 tonne per day Guadalupe processing plant, and represents a potential near-term source of additional high-grade feed for the plant.
Background

The El Paso Vein is one of a series of northwesterly striking, northeast dipping structures that transect the district.  These classes of veins often have strike lengths of one to five kilometers and are host to a number of important past producing mines in the district such as La Cuchara, Chontalpan, Xitinga, Lipton, and Liptonia.

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