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Bam Bam Resources says soil results highlight discovery of new copper intrusive centers at Majuba Hill project in Nevada

Bam Bam Resources Corp (CSE:BBR) (OTCPINK:NPEZF) (FSE:4NPB) announced Tuesday upbeat assay results for 399 soil samples collected from the eastern side of the intrusive complex at the Majuba Hill Porphyry Copper Project in Pershing County, Nevada.  In a statement, the company said that anomalous copper, silver, molybdenum, zinc, and gold correlate with the intrusive centers identified from the 2020 exploration program.  Bam Bam said that combining the soil results with 2020 geologic modeling, the historical geophysics and geochemical data highlights the two newly recognized intrusive centers.  READ: Bam Bam Resources expands magnetic coverage with drone survey at Majuba Hill Porphyry Copper Project in Nevada Overlapping copper, silver, molybdenum, zinc, and gold zones will provide additional guidance for the 2021 exploration program, the company added. Highlights so far: Assay results have been received for 399 soil samples collected from the eastern side of the intrusive complex at the project. The discovery of the two newly recognized intrusive centers was achieved by combining the soil results with 2020 geologic modeling as well as historical geophysics and geochemical data. The strong correlation of the new intrusive centers with historic geochemistry and IP geophysics is remarkably similar to the geochemistry/geophysical association with the mineralized intrusive center drilled in BBR deep core holes MHB-8 and MHB-9. The company said the October 2020 soil sampling program was completed across section 35 which is private surface and minerals, wholly owned by Bam Bam. The soils were laid out to extend the eastern copper, silver, and gold zones. The western silver and gold zones reported earlier distinctly overlapped with the known oxide copper target zone where core holes MHB-1 (74 feet/22.5 meters (m) at 0.35% copper and 10.2 ppm silver) and MHB-2 (146 feet/44.5m at 1.41% copper and 97.6 ppm silver) were drilled. Bam Bam said the strong correlation of the new intrusive centers with historic geochemistry and IP geophysics is remarkably similar to the geochemistry/geophysical association with the mineralized intrusive center drilled in BBR deep core holes MHB-8 and MHB-9. Extensive chalcopyrite, chalcocite, and bornite associated with widespread pyrite, arsenopyrite, and pyrrhotite drilled in MHB-8 and MHB-9 suggests that intrusive centers at Majuba Hill may be mineralized. “I am thrilled about the discovery of the two newly recognized intrusive centers,” said CEO David Greenway.  “Majuba continues to expand as we receive and evaluate the assay data from our 2020 exploration program. The discovery of the newly recognized intrusive centers highlights the potential for high grade enrichment and a large copper mineralization system. It is exciting to have a major copper project in a safe jurisdiction which produces such outstanding results. I am looking forward to seeing the results for our systematic, staged exploration work in 2021.” Contact the author: patrick@proactiveinvestors.com Follow him on Twitter @PatrickMGraham

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