Talon Metals Corp. (TSX: TLO) has obtained a new record drill hole result from the Tamarack Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Project, located in Minnesota, USA.
In addition to the six drill holes above, Talon reports assays from an additional 11 new drill holes on the western side of the Tamarack resource area (the Main Zone) (17 drill holes in total). These drill holes extend approximately 320 m from northwest to southeast. The new assays demonstrate the continuity and thickness of the high-grade nickel and copper massive sulphide zone and the separate semi-massive sulphide zones.
In addition, drill holes 21TK0380 and 22TK0412 continue to expand the massive sulphide pool on the southern portion of the western limb with intercepts of 23.44 m @ 6.04% Ni and 18.38 meters @ 6.98% Ni, respectively. An off-hole geophysical anomaly from drill hole 22TK0412 points to a possible south-westward continuation of the massive sulphide mineralization beyond the known resource in an area not previously tested by drilling.
“It is exciting to see the massive sulphide on the western limb continue to thicken to a new record 23.44 m while maintaining an extremely high grade of 6.04% Ni,” CEO, Brian Goldner, said.
“Exploration around this pooling area has identified hole 22TK0412 which intersected 12.81 meters @ 8.08% Ni and the borehole electromagnetic (geophysical) survey provides evidence that it may trend in a slightly different direction than anticipated.
“The southern extent of the western massive sulphide unit remains open and will be a focus for one of the drill rigs currently turning at the Tamarack Nickel Project.
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