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Thursday, 02/10/2022 3:47:49 PM

Thursday, February 10, 2022 3:47:49 PM

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Good write up on ABRA ABBRF

@Orwell84 This post I'll use AuEq for simplicity.

In one hole they hit 77m @ 2.7g/t AuEq, and in the same hole they hit ANOTHER 65m @ 2.89g/t AuEq
For holes that hit multiple sections I put "+" so that would be (77m @ 2.7g/t + 65m @ 2.89g.t)

Please keep in mind when you look at these various drill intercepts that there are companies out there with equivalent or greater market caps which have nothing more than grab-samples and 3-4 drill holes with 3m at 5g/tAuEq.




This valuation for ABRA is insane. People always look back at companies after they shoot up by 2x in a week and say "wow man who saw that coming? Well, this one is staring you right in the face. RECOGNIZE IT.

Interesting holes (all in oxides) include:
104m @ 5.09g/t
65m @ 3.89g/t
82m @ 4.07 g/t
63m @ 3.76g/t + 33m @ 5.62g/t + 8m @ 10.55g/t
36m @ 5.32g/t + 45m @ 2.29g/t
77m @ 2.7g/t + 65m@ @ 2.89g/t
22.5m @ 1.21g/t + 11m @ 3.04g/t
72m @ 3.82g/t

And these are just some that catch my eye when I look at my map.

Look at the step outs. I had to create a composite image of three different maps because their step outs are to far away from the main orebody (highlighted in yellow). They literally cannot miss. They try to step out and keep having the unfortunate problem of hitting more and more and more mineralization. LOL.