Remac (Reeves / Redbird)

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  • Sale of Redhawk's Remac Zinc Project Announced
    Sale of Redhawk's Remac Zinc Project Announced
    On 2006-12-27
  • Remac Project Acquisition by OMC Announced
    Remac Project Acquisition by OMC Announced
    On 2006-12-20
  • Sale of Remac Project to OMC Announced
    Sale of Remac Project to OMC Announced
    On 2006-11-22
  • Remac Project Update
    Remac Project Update
    On 2006-04-20
  • Drill Results From Remac Project
    Redhawk Resources Anncouced Results From its Recently Completed Eight Hole Core Drilling Program on Zone "A" at It’S Remac Zinc Project. Drillhole a5Intersected4.6M Grading15 .11 % Lead and1. 85% Zinc at the Bottom of the Vertical Hole Which Ended at111.3Metres. Drillhole a4Located 30M Away on the South Side of the Fault Intersected Reeve Formation Limestone From45 M to Where it was Lost at 54.9M. Redhawks Reports That These Results Suggest That the High-Grade Mineralization Discovered in the Fault Zone MAY be Derived From a Postulated Nearby Zinc-Lead Deposit Hosted by Limestone on the South Side of the Fault. Several Past Producing Zinc-Lead Deposits in the Property Were Hosted by Reeves Formation on the South Side of This Fault.
    On 2004-12-08