Ferdenando the Bull Friday, 10/30/20 08:09:18 PM Re: None Post # of 26 We have a good change of being a mine here...I wish I would have bought about 5x what I did and when I did. I still think that they missed the blue zone under NNDA. I don't think these guys will test that theory as there is plenty of ore at shallow depths for now. Hitting some absolutely amazing numbers. Give me a couple of tons of that ore. Equity Metals Corporation (TSX.V: EQTY) (“Equity”) reports today that step-out drilling on the Silver Queen project, British Columbia, intersected Bonanza-grade Silver Mineralization from the Camp Vein target including: a 0.3 metre downhole interval grading 56,115g/t Ag, 0.2g/t Au, 1.1% Cu, 0.6% Pb and 1.2% Zn (56,291g/t AgEq or 750.5g/t AuEq) within a broader 1.65 metre downhole interval averaging 12,448g/t Ag, 0.3g/t Au, 0.3% Cu, 0.5% Pb and 0.8% Zn (12,538g/t AgEq or 167.2g/t AuEq) from 112.4m to 114.1m down hole in SQ20-010. The mineralized intercept is a 50m step-out from previously reported mineralization in hole SQ20-003 (7m downhole grading 656g/t AgEq – see NR-11-20) and an approximate 15m step out from mineralization in historic hole 87-S11, which reportedly included a 0.46m downhole interval grading 14,400g/t Ag, within a 3.1m interval averaging 2,422g/t AgEq. All three mineralized intercepts are relatively shallow, occurring within 85m of the surface (see Figure 3 – Camp Vein longitudinal section).