Day: November 2, 2023

Sierra Madre Increases M&I Silver-Equivalent Resources at La Guitarra by 373% to 27.2 million Ounces, Inferred Silver- Equivalent Resource Increased 204%to 20.2 million Ounces

Gregory K. Liller states, “I am extremely pleased with the results of the new mineral resource estimation. This study validates our belief that La Guitarra has a significantly overlooked resource base. Since April, our staff has been working on validating the project-wide database, incorporating historical data, auditing the previously mined areas, and refining the geologic interpretation of the vein and models. The next step to re-opening the Guitarra mine will be a Mine and Restart Plan due in the first quarter of 2024; consisting of a capital and operating cost study, the results of which will be used to evaluate the economic potential of the mine.”

Golden Tag Extends C460B Zone 110 m at Depth in La Parrilla Silver

Greg McKenzie, President and CEO commented: “Within a week of acquiring La Parrilla our team successfully commenced underground drilling and we are proud to report our inaugural drill results from this world class silver project. Over a few weeks we were able to utilize the existing mining fleet and personnel to restore services and broaden access to additional drill sites. We expect this will continue throughout the remainder of 2023. The results reported today are within immediate proximity to development, ventilation, power, and other services that will support restart of operations at the appropriate time.”

Regency Silver Intercepts 5.34 g/t gold over 54.65m Including 7.36 g/t gold over 38m at Its Dios Padre Project in Sonora, Mexico

Michael Tucker, lead geologist and director states, “The continued ability of the lower breccia zone to produce highly elevated gold grades over significant widths is very compelling. The system has proven the ability to generate spectacular grades and thicknesses. The indications of a large magmatic-hydrothermal system are present, and we are excited to continue expanding on these exceptional results as they clearly demonstrate there is a big system to be explored .”

Maza Drilling is a Mexican company established in 2007 in Mazatlán, Sinaloa. Our Canadian founder, Mr. Guy de Launiere, has over 20 years of international experience managing diverse drilling operations. Maza Drilling strives to compete at the highest levels in terms of recovery, effectiveness, efficiency, and affordability at every project while keeping at the forefront of technology to meet our customer’s needs in this demanding market.

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Maza Drilling is a Mexican company established in 2007 in Mazatlán, Sinaloa. Our Canadian founder, Mr. Guy de Launiere, has over 20 years of international experience managing diverse drilling operations. Maza Drilling strives to compete at the highest levels in terms of recovery, effectiveness, efficiency, and affordability at every project while keeping at the forefront of technology to meet our customer’s needs in this demanding market.