#PistolBayMining (TSX.V-PST) has retained MPH Consulting to carry out a review of all historical geophysical surveys on the Dixie zinc-copper-silver projects, in preparation for a planned fall diamond drill program. The Dixie projects are in the Confederation Lake greenstone belt, 35 km southeast of Red Lake, Ontario. the Confederation Lake belt is known for its numerous volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits and occurrences.
- Between 1977 and 2004, Selco Ltd., BP Minerals, Noranda and Tribute Minerals (now Aucrest Gold) carried out numerous ground geophysical surveys including magnetic surveying, horizontal loop electromagnetic, large-loop pulse EM surveys and a Titan 24 deep earth-imaging survey that comprises DCIP and magneto-telluric surveys, including a borehole probe. The Titan 24 survey defined a new blind anomaly that does not come to surface below the Dixie 19 zone.
- A second, much larger and deeper conductive anomaly was located approximately coincident with, but below the Dixie 20 anomaly. The conductive body has an irregular shape and reported to extend over an east-west length of 1,800m.
- Because of the complexity of the historical data, the company has requested that a critical review of all of the past geophysical surveys that will lead to prioritizing targets for future exploratory drilling be carried out by Jeremy S. Brett, MSc. PGeo, senior geophysical consultant at MPH Consulting.