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  • Brixton Metals (BBB) released the latest round of results from its Thorn Gold Project in British Columbia Wednesday
  • The results represent the first batch of findings from the Vancouver-based metals explorer’s 2022 drill program
  • One drill hole Hole on the project’s Trapper Target intercepted numerous visible gold counts and returned the highest-grade gold intercept so far this season
  • The company drilled 64 metres of 5.74 grams per tonne of gold, including 28.95 metres of 10.36 grams per tonne at the Trapper Target
  • Brixton Metals is up 8.7 percent, trading at $0.12 at 11:50 am ET

Brixton Metals (BBB) released the latest round of results from its Thorn Gold Project in British Columbia Wednesday.

The results represent the first batch of findings from the Vancouver-based metals explorer’s 2022 drill program.

The company’s wholly-owned Thorn Project located in the Golden Triangle trend of British Columbia.

One drill hole Hole on the project’s Trapper Target intercepted numerous visible gold counts and returned the highest-grade gold intercept so far this season.

The company drilled 64 metres of 5.74 grams per tonne of gold, including 28.95 metres of 10.36 grams per tonne at the Trapper Target.

“We are delighted that our May start to the 2022 season is paying off and that lab turnaround times are a meaningful improvement over last year,” said Vice President of Exploration Christina Anstey.

“We are looking forward to further expanding this exciting new gold discovery at the Trapper Zone both further west, east and at depth. We have many holes yet to drill in this area, so we are very excited to see what other discoveries can be made.”

The copper-gold-silver-molybdenum project is the company’s flagship operation.

“The numbers speak for themselves as to the gold potential of the Trapper Target with this outstanding hole. The Thorn Project has many mineralizing centers within the largest mineral claim group held by any company in British Columbia,” said Chairman and CEO Gary R. Thompson.

In addition to the Thorn Project, the company owns three other properties, one each in British Columbia, Ontario and Montana.

Brixton Metals is up 8.7 percent, trading at $0.12 at 11:50 am ET.

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