Da sieht man 'mal, wie lange das dauert, bis Mining-Pläne Spruch-reif werden!
Denn das hier besprochene Pinguíno-Project ist schon mindestens 6 Jahre alt,
auch wenn das in der heutigen Meldung überhaupt gar nicht drinsteht:
Argentex Intersects 4.0 Meters Grading 965 g/t Ag and 3.23 g/t Au at its 100%-Owned Pinguino Silver/Gold Project in Santa Cruz, Argentina
"VANCOUVER, March 28 /CNW/ - Argentex Mining Corporation ("Argentex" or "the Company") (TSXV: ATX) (OTCBB: AGXM) is pleased to announce the first drilling results of its 2011 exploration program at its 100%-owned Pinguino Project, located in the mining friendly Santa Cruz Province of Argentina. The primary purpose of the 2011 exploration program, which includes a 17,000-meter drill program and a 12,000-meter trenching program, is to test known existing structures at a shallow depth to expand the current silver and gold resource at Pinguino. The Marta Noroeste vein is the first target to be tested within a 420-meter zone along a mineralized zone totaling approximately 1,500 meters in strike length. Drilling continues to return excellent grades and the highest
to date within the structure, including 4.0 meters grading 965 g/t Ag and 3.23 g/t Au.
The following table displays selected analytical results from a total of 7 percussion (RC) holes from Marta Noroeste. All of the holes in the table intersected oxidized gold and silver mineralization at shallow levels below surface. A map of drill hole collars is available at http://www.argentexmining.com/images/MNW.jpg "...
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