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Brixton Metals drills 5m of 642 g/t Silver at Langis Project near Cobalt

Apr 15, 2021

“The Langis project continues to shine with solid silver-cobalt intercepts from our 2020-2021 drill program," Chairman and CEO of Brixton, Gary R. Thompson stated. "Once again, these results demonstrate some better than typical mineralized widths for the Cobalt Camp. We are still awaiting assays for 14 drill holes from the winter campaign, and once we have all the data from this winter campaign, we will determine the next steps for the project.”

Brixton Metals Corporation has announced further high-grade silver results from its fall/winter exploration program at its wholly owned Langis Project located in the Cobalt Camp. It includes holes LM-21-220 to LM-21-239 which is 3,324.90m of NQ size core from the Shaft 6 area at the Langis Project.


  • LM-21-228 drilled 5m of 642 g/t Silver, 0.03% Cobalt from 142.7m 
    • Including 1m 1470 g/t Silver, 0.05% Cobalt
    • Including 1m of 903 g/t Silver, 0.06% Cobalt
  • LM-21-236 drilled 2m of 47 g/t Silver, 0.86% Cobalt from 115.8m
    • including 1m of 78 g/t Silver, 1.69% Cobalt
  • LM-21-238 drilled 5m of 591 g/t Ag,0.03% Cobalt                        

Click here for Figure 1. Location Maps of the Shaft 6 Area Drilling, Langis Project:

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