Tintina drills 23.66 meters grading 5.45% copper on its 100% Owned High Grade Black Butte Copper Project, Montana, USA
Vancouver, BC - February 7, 2013 - Tintina Resources Inc. (“Tintina” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “TAU”; OTCQX: “TINTF”) is pleased to announce it has received assay results for fifteen (15) new drill holes from the company’s flagship Black Butte Copper Project, located in central Montana, USA (see Table 1). These in-fill drill holes completed in late 2012 in the Lowry Deposit Middle Zone together with earlier drilling results will form the basis for a new Lowry Deposit Middle Zone resource estimate, expected in Q2 of 2013. Highlights of the 2012 in-fill drill program from the Lowry Deposit - Middle Zone (LD - MZ):
- Drill hole SC12-152 intersected 38.40 meters grading 2.66% Copper (Cu), 0.09% Cobalt (Co), and 12.5 g/tonne Silver (Ag)
- Drill hole SC12-163 intersected 16.90 meters grading 2.85% Copper (Cu), 0.08% Cobalt (Co), and 16.6 g/tonne Silver (Ag)
- Drill hole SC12-164 intersected 38.13 meters grading 2.83% Copper (Cu), 0.08% Cobalt (Co), 16.7 g/tonne Silver (Ag)
- Drill hole SC12-168 intersected 23.66 meters grading 5.45% Copper (Cu), 0.11% Co, and 20.9 g/tonne Silver (Ag).