Avanti Mining Intersects 294.3 Meters of 0.074% Molybdenum at Kitsault

Avanti Mining (OTC Other: AVNMF;  TSX-V: AVT) has received assays from the first 10 holes of its 2011 drill program at the Kitsault Mine molybdenum project located in northwest British Colombia.   All of these holes were drilled into the northwest portion of the project where previous drilling had not completely defined the extent and quality of mineralization.

Drill highlights include:

  • Hole K11-01 intersected 252 meters averaging 0.077% molybdenum and 3.2 g/t silver
  • Hole K11-02 intersected 213 meters averaging 0.082% molybdenum and 4.7 g/t silver
  • Hole K11-03 intersected 138 meters averaging 0.087% molybdenum and 1.8 g/t silver
  • Hole K11-04 intersected 135 meters averaging 0.076% molybdenum and 5.6 g/t silver
  • Hole K11-05 intersected 99 meters averaging 0.107% molybdenum and 2.9 g/t silver
  • Hole K11-06 intersected 174 meters averaging 0.075% molybdenum and 6.4 g/t silver
  • Hole K11-08 intersected 294.3 meters averaging 0.074% molybdenum and 4.9 g/t silver while bottoming in ore
  • Hole K11-09 intersected 156 meters averaging 0.068% molybdenum and 3.5 g/t silver
  • Hole K11-10 intersected 141 meters averaging 0.087% molybdenum and 3.6 g/t silver

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