Adds Second Drill To Nevada Programme
Bam Bam Resources Corp. (CSE: BBR) (OTC Pink: NPEZF) has brought in a second drill rig at the Majuba Hill Porphyry Copper Project in Pershing County Nevada.
Falcon Drilling has been engaged to drill 914mof core. The second drill rig is being added to expand the footprint of the Porphyry Copper deposit at Majuba.
Reverse-circulation (RC) drilling with rig one began in the beginning of October and is making tremendous footage-production.
The company is very pleased with the results. The ongoing RC drilling programme is focused on in-fill and expansion of the known oxide copper mineralisation identified in previous drilling and mined from the historic underground Majuba Hill Mine.
President and CEO, David Greenway, said core drilling will be targeting the copper-gold target. Widespread soil geochemistry completed this summer has outlined a distinct copper-gold zone in a granodiorite intrusive. A mafic dike zone also cuts the widespread granodiorite intrusive. A small portion of the dike zone was mined by underground methods in the early 1900’s at the historic Last Chance Mine.
The mafic dike zone is strongly coincident with a distinct magnetic anomaly from the Drone Mag Survey and a high-chargeability corridor from the most recent Induced Polarization/Resistivity Survey.
“I am very pleased that we are adding a second rig at Majuba. Bam Bam’s drilling at Majuba has always been based on a systematic, staged exploration approach and it is exciting that the results are driving an expanded drill programme,” Mr Greenway said.
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