Revolution Resources Corp. (TSX:RV) announced that drill results from its Mexico-based La Bufa copper-gold-silver project include 2.41 percent copper over 0.25 meters at the Carmen mine and 1.06 percent copper over 0.5 meters at the Golondrina mine.
As quoted in the press release:
This first ever shallow reconnaissance drilling program demonstrates the viability of continuing exploration for similar veins on the La Bufa property, as well as advancing additional exploration along the Carmen, San Fernando, and Golondrina vein systems with additional drilling. The recently announced discovery at the Don Julio, Hornitos, and Panalito prospects warrant further exploration work. The new drill data, along with very recently acquired underground geochemical maps will be fully integrated into a 3-D model for the La Bufa Property.
The veins at La Bufa are similar to other vein-hosted deposits and mines in Mexico, displaying significant vertical and strike length. Adjacent to the Property, the Batopilas silver veins have been mined underground for over 400 years. This analog, coupled with the numerous undrilled copper, silver and gold veins identified to date on the property suggests excellent potential at the La Bufa Property.