Columbus Copper Intersects 21 Metres of 1.05% Copper at Karapinar Project

Columbus Copper Corporation (TSXV:CCU) announced updates from their drilling program at their copper-molybdenum project in Turkey.

As quoted in the press release:

In the current program, drill hole KDH021, collared to test an IP anomaly 500 metres north-east of KDH018, intersected a chalcocite enriched interval of 21 metres grading 1.05% copper between 135.0 and 183.0 metres in endoskarn, including 7.9 metres at 1.61% copper between 137.6 and 145.5 metres. Drill hole KDH024 tested another IP anomaly 300 metres south-west of KDH021 and intersected 30 metres of mineralized endoskarn. Assays for this drill hole are pending. Drill holes KDH019 and KDH020/20a, tested IP anomalies along the northern mapped boundary of the porphyry beneath marbles and also returned significant copper intercepts in endoskarns.

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