The Bruner Gold Project is comprised of 230 unpatented and 27 patented mining claims covering a total of approximately 3,520 acres. The project is located in central Nevada, near the Paradise Peak Mine (15 miles south), the Round Mountain Mine (45 miles southeast) and the Rawhide Mine (25 miles west) which together have produced over 15 million ounces of gold over a thirty year period. Historic production at Bruner includes approximately 100,000 ounces at an average grade of 0.56 ounces per ton (19. 2 grams per tonne).
The Qualified Person (Greg Hahn, CPG#7122) has reviewed the technical content on the Bruner & Aranka project website pages.
Historic work by Morrison-Knudsen, Miramar, Glamis, Newmont, Kennecott and others identified a low-grade resource near the center of the property. Since that time an additional 75 holes have been drilled within and along strike of the resource area.
Drilling by Canamex beginning in 2012 has identified a new mineralized system located about 1 mile east of the historic resource area, which we call the Penelas East discovery area. To date we have drilled a total of 41 holes into the Penleas East discovery area, with all but six of them intersecting gold above 0. 01 opt (0. 3 gpt) Au over widths up to 100 meters down-hole. The mineral system appears to be focused on a steeply dipping structural system, which exhibits a strong VLF-EM (very low frequency electromagnetic) response. Several similar electromagnetic responses have been detected north of the Penelas East discovery area and are targeted for drill testing in 2014.
Seven reverse circulation (RC) holes were drilled into the historic resource area in 2013 to test a new structural interpretation of the distribution of mineralization gleaned from our understanding of the Penelas East discovery area. The last RC hole of 2013, B-1340, intersected 200 feet (62 metres) grading 0. 155 opt Au (4. 8 gpt).
New Paymaster Zone
Canamex Resources (CSQ.V or CNMXF): Defining High Grade, Near Surface Discovery in Nevada
Bruner Project: Current Drilling Program 2016
TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BRUNER SITE VISIT JUNE 2013
Left to right: Greg Hahn, Canamex President; Kurt Allen, Hecla Mining Director-New Projects; Dr. Ellen Leavitt, Canamex Chief Geologist; and Dr.Stuart Simmons, Senior Research Scientist, University of Utah
Drilling Program Paymaster 2015
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