In detail, Brixton reports 967.71 meters of 0.40% copper equivalent (CuEq), including 492.71 meters of 0.60% CuEq, 365.00 meters of 0.70% CuEq, 235.91 meters of 0.80% CuEq, 150.00 meters of 0.92% CuEq, 128.00 meters of 0.94% CuEq and 40 meters of 1.02% CuEq! And the copper-dominant porphyry mineralization remains wide open beyond that, even at depth....
No wonder that CEO Thompson considers these results "encouraging". In his view, they certainly support the thesis that Camp Creek is a large porphyry system with copper, gold, silver and molybdenum mineralization, 1 kilometer by 2 kilometers in extent. And this area has not been explored for the most part.
As Christina Anstey, Brixton's Vice President of exploration, explains, this drill hole has delivered the highest copper grades proven to date on the Camp Creek target. While the higher grade core of the porphyry has yet to be found, the company is already having success with extension drilling and is beginning to map the large scale of the system.
The objective of hole 22-201 was to reach a depth of 1,500 meters between holes THN21-183 and THN21-184 drilled in 2021. This is because these ended at depths of 1,336 and 1,298 metres respectively with increasing copper grades. However, due to difficult ground conditions, 22-201 "only" reached a depth of 1,302.71 meters. Brixton is still awaiting results from further drilling at Camp Creek.
In any case, according to Brixton, the next drill holes on the target will be used to discover the high-grade core of the porphyry system. The company is also collecting data for this purpose with an XRF spectrometer not only from the drill cores available to date, but also from soil samples, in order to plan the next drill holes and generate new porphyry targets.
Conclusion: Brixton has again delivered drill results that demonstrate the potential that Camp Creek alone has. If further similar or even higher grade results can be obtained, this target could still become very important for the company. Not to mention that the Trapper gold target could be a gamechanger for Brixton on its own and the company has other promising options in the Metla, Val and Outlaw targets, among others. We are definitely looking forward to the next analysis results!
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