|February 24, 2010|
Assay Results from Waverley-Tangier high of 22.30 g/t Gold and 1,310.0 g/t Silver
|February 24, 2010, Vancouver BC -- (TSX: ARO) The Company has received all of the analytical results from its 761.6-metre diamond drill program conducted at its Waverley-Tangier vein-hosted gold, silver, lead, zinc project in the Revelstoke Mining District of east central British Columbia. Les Kjosness, President, is pleased to announce the following results: |
A full list of assays will shortly be available on our website, www.armadilloresources.com.
Mineralization consists of sphalerite, silver-bearing jamesonite, stibnite and native silver disseminated within a tabular, steeply-dipping zone of quartz breccia. The zone varies in apparent width from 8.5 metres in Hole 8 to 12.5 metres in Hole 2. The entire mineralized section is hosted in laminated limestones and calcareous phyllites.
From the results of the 2009 drill program a mineralized zone has been identified over a strike of 100 metres to a depth of 50 metres with an average thickness of 10 metres open at both ends and at depth. Management is particularly encouraged by the +5-metre intervals in holes 2, 5 and 8 that average in excess of 0.5 grams gold per tonne.
Armadillo has also appointed Stephen Wetherup, PGeo, to the Board as an ambitious 2010 summer program is planned to complete the recommendations in the 2009 independent NI 43-101Technical Report.
This news release has been reviewed and the contents approved by the Company's Qualified Person, David Rennie, P. Eng.
On behalf of the Board,
"Les Kjosness" President and Director
For further information:
Les Kjosness: 604-408-6500
Kirsti Mattson: 604-202-2484 media
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