GR Silver Mining – Recent Near-surface Drill Results at the Plomosas Mine Area, Upcoming Resource Estimate, And Future Drill Programs

June 2, 2021

Marcio Fonseca, President and CEO of GR Silver Mining (TSX.V: GRSL – OTCQB: GRSLF) joins us to recap the recent near-surface drill results at the Plomosas Mine Area in Sinaloa, Mexico. We focus on the overall results from a potential mining scenario considering the longer width. The Company is moving towards an updated resource estimate in mid-July, and is already planning future drilling with 2 rigs for the Plomosas Project and 1 rig at the San Marcial Project. We wrap up the interview with the initial work starting at both newly acquired projects, La Trinidad and Cimarron.

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Click here to read over the news released for the recent drill results.

Figure 2: Longitudinal Section – Plomosas Mine Area (Looking East)
    Jun 02, 2021 02:42 PM

    Good update. Thank you.

    Jun 02, 2021 02:33 PM

    It was nice to get the update on GR Silver, and those longer drill intercept widths of 4- 12 meters, paired with good grades, make for very robustly mineralized sections, that should be much easier mine than more narrow 1-2 meter veins (that are normally seen in silver mines in Mexico), and should prove to be quite economic. I’m curious to see how things go with the upcoming resource estimate in July.