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Lynx Lake Drill Cores

Lynx Lake Drill Cores

King’s Bay completed two diamond drill holes totaling 501.9 meters(414.9 meters true width) at the Lynx Lake Property. Both drill holes intersected intervals of net textured gabbro for a total of 164.3 meters and a mineralized biotite gabbro for a total of 14.9 meters.

Quality Assurance/Quality Control and Analytical Method

The Company has implemented a quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) program to ensure and validate the accuracy and precision of the assay results. QA/QC protocols include the insertion of blanks, duplicates, and certified reference materials (standards) every 10-20 samples. Drill core was sampled utilizing two techniques. For non-mineralized zones, 3m composite samples were collected. For mineralized zones and intervals of interest, 1-2m saw-cut samples were collected and sent for assay. Samples have been submitted for assay to Eastern Analytical in Springdale, Newfoundland & Labrador, for base and precious metal analysis using Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) and Ore Grade Assay (Multi-Acid Digestion).

Nicholas Rodway, P. Geo. supervised the preparation of the technical information and is a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43‐101.

LL-17-01 entered a highly magnetic net textured gabbro from 45.6 to 162.8 meters in length containing 2 main phases of mineralization.
LL-17-01 entered a biotite gabbro from 236.0 to 250.9 meters consisting of disseminated mineralization throughout.
LL-17-02 intersected a weakly magnetic amphibolitic unit from 10.0 to 57.1 meters with lenses of net textured mineralization throughout.
LL-17-02 intersected a highly magnetic gabbro from 57.1 to 167.9 meters with chloritized lenses of disseminated mineralization throughout