Remac (Reeves / Redbird)

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  • Sale of Redhawk's Remac Zinc Project Announced
    Sale of Redhawk's Remac Zinc Project Announced
    On Dec 22, 2006 from Sedar
  • Remac Project Acquisition by OMC Announced
    Remac Project Acquisition by OMC Announced
    On Dec 18, 2006 from Sedar
  • Sale of Remac Project to OMC Announced
    Sale of Remac Project to OMC Announced
    On Nov 22, 2006 from Sedar
  • Remac Project Update
    Remac Project Update
    On Apr 20, 2006 from Sedar
  • 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 A5 Intersected 4.6M Grading 15.11% Lead and 1.85% Zinc at the Bottom of the Vertical Hole Which Ended at 111.3 Metres. Drillhole A4 Located 30M Away on the South Side of the Fault Intersected Reeve Formation Limestone From 45M 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 Dec 08, 2004 from Sedar