Canamex Resources Corp. (TSXV:CSQ,OTCQX:CNMXF,FWB:CX6) released drill results from its Bruner gold project in Nevada. The Company intersected a high-grade structure at 635-640 feet grading 30.7 GPT Au (0.900 OPT) within a wider zone averaging 7.2 GPT Au over 9.1 meters (0.210 OPT over 30 feet) between 630-660 feet.
As quoted in the press release:
The Company has received results from holes B-1317 through B-1320, which were drilled to test the northern extension of the high-grade structure at the Penelas East target and encountered in hole B-1316, reported previously (see news release July 17, 2013). Drill hole B-1319 intersected a high-grade structure at 635-640 feet grading 30.7 GPT Au (0.900 OPT) within a wider zone averaging 7.2 GPT Au over 9.1 meters (0.210 OPT over 30 feet) between 630-660 feet. A re-run on the interval 635-640 feet using gravimetric methods returned 32.9 GPT Au (0.960 OPT). The hole was terminated at 660 feet, so the full width of this mineralized zone has not yet been tested. These intercepts confirm continuation of significant gold mineralization to the north of previously drilled intercepts at the Penelas East target.
Canamex Resources Corp. President and COO, Greg Hahn, said:
We continue to intersect stockwork gold mineralization in all holes drilled into the Penelas East target. There appears to be a lower grade stockwork zone surrounding the high-grade structure(s), which should allow for considering open pit mining of this gold zone.