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Las Chispas, Mexico: 7.6m (true width) grading 502g/t Ag-equivalent from 70.02m depth (UB17-09)

The Babicanora Vein at SilverCrest Metals' (CN:SIL) Las Chispas project in Sonora, Mexico, is continuing to show off its high-grade potential at shallower depths than previously anticipated.

Las Chispas, Mexico: 7.6m (true width) grading 502g/t Ag-equivalent from 70.02m depth (UB17-09) Las Chispas, Mexico: 7.6m (true width) grading 502g/t Ag-equivalent from 70.02m depth (UB17-09) Las Chispas, Mexico: 7.6m (true width) grading 502g/t Ag-equivalent from 70.02m depth (UB17-09) Las Chispas, Mexico: 7.6m (true width) grading 502g/t Ag-equivalent from 70.02m depth (UB17-09) Las Chispas, Mexico: 7.6m (true width) grading 502g/t Ag-equivalent from 70.02m depth (UB17-09)

Drill results above the historic Babicanora adit have surprised SilverCrest's team

One of 19 epithermal veins identified so far at Las Chispas, Babicanora was thought to have been mined out above the historic adit.