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  • $0.55-0.05
  • Volume76,825
  • Range$0.55$0.57
  • 52 Week$0.49$1.80
  • Open$0.57
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Project Overview

GFG’s Rattlesnake Hills Gold Project is located in Central Wyoming approximately 100 kilometres southwest of Casper on the western side of Natrona County. The Property encompasses the Rattlesnake Hills Gold District nearly in its entirety and is considered a district scale exploration play comprising of 1,281 unpatented lode mining claims as well as 7 Wyoming State mining leases covering an area of approximately 33,500 acres. The Property is owned, or beneficially owned, 100% by GFG, although certain portions of the property are subject various royalty agreements.

Within the Rattlesnake Hills Gold Project (the “Project” or the “Property”), four significant zones of alteration and precious metal (gold and silver) mineralization have been identified that are associated with Eocene age alkalic intrusions at North Stock, Antelope Basin, South Stock and Black Jack. All four zones have been drilled and broad zones of low grade gold mineralization, as well as narrow discrete zones of high grade gold mineralization have been intersected, as indicated by the following highlights:

Rattlesnake Hills Gold Project
Prospect Drillhole From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Au (g/t) Ag (g/t)
North Stock RSC-089 228.60 230.13 1.52 82.90 33.90
North Stock RSC-007 108.21 344.43 236.22 1.86 2.65
Antelope Basin RSC-153 91.44 193.55 102.11 1.72 1.54
South Stock RSC-180 199.65 202.69 3.05 9.30 6.50
Black Jack NVJ-001 0.00 33.53 33.53 1.33 19.56

The Project is centrally located within a roughly 1,500-kilometre-long belt of alkalic intrusive complexes that occur along the eastern side of the Rocky Mountains from Montana to New Mexico, several of which are associated with multiple +1-million-ounce gold deposits.

Comparing similar deposit characteristics,
Cripple Creek (Newmont), to Rattlesnake Hills Gold Project

Characteristic Cripple Creek Rattlesnake Hills Gold
Qtz poor alt/mi

Voluminous K & Carb altn

Minor acid altn

Fluorite

Roscoelite

Peripheral propylitic altn

Multiple magmatic events

Multiple hydrothermal events

Lithologic contacts as fluid paths

Te rich minerals
TBD
Tetrahedrite

Sulphosalts
TBD
Structure

High Au/Ag

High Au/base metals