September 17, 2019, Vancouver, B.C.: VR Resources Ltd. (TSX.V: VRR, FSE: 5VR; OTCBB: VRRCF), the “Company”, or “VR”, is pleased to provide an update for its Ranoke copper‐gold property in Ontario.
IP chargeability anomaly: A TITAN24 DCIP induced polarization survey confirms a broad IP chargeability anomaly 1.1 kilometres across within the high‐density gravity anomaly at Ranoke;
VR completed three test lines of TITAN24 DCIP (Quantec Geoscience Ltd., Ontario) over the 2.5 mgal, high density gravity anomaly roughly 4 km across at Ranoke (see news release dated August 21, 2019). The
purpose of the IP survey is to test for chargeable sulfide minerals within the gravity anomaly.
From VR’s CEO Dr. Michael H. Gunning “this survey confirms the potential that a copper sulfide – bearing iron oxide breccia pipe is the root cause of the gravity anomaly at Ranoke. We are grateful for the technical expertise and diligence demonstrated by the field crew and technical services group at Quantec for their extended work on the design, execution and interpretation of this TITAN24 survey because the resultant anomaly adds a key focal point for our copper‐gold targeting within the large gravity anomaly. The sulfidebearing hematite hydrothermal breccia discovered to the south of the property is from an area with published alluvial gold occurrences, and the rock sample in Figure 3 provides our shareholders with a tangible potential analogue for the copper‐gold iron oxide breccia pipe we are targeting at Ranoke. We look forward to providing further updates as our work advances towards a first‐pass drill program.”