MAG Silver Provides Update on Jose Manto-Bridge Zone Definition Drilling
September 6, 2012: Vancouver, B.C. - MAG Silver Corp. (Stock Profile - TSX:MAG & NYSE MKT:MVG) announces results from continued definition drilling of the Jose Manto-Bridge Zone on its 100% owned Cinco de Mayo Property in northern Chihuahua, Mexico.
The best intercepts are: Hole 430, on the 383 Section at the northwest end of the Bridge Zone, which reported 84 grams per tonne ("g/t") (2.4 ounces per ton ("opt")) silver with 1.6% lead and 11.0% zinc over 11.79 metres; including: 160 g/t (4.7 opt) silver with 3.2% lead and 12% zinc over 5.87 metres; including: 2.54 metres that grades 258 g/t (7.5 opt) silver with 7.1% lead and 25.9% zinc; and Hole 418, on the 382 Section at the southeast end of the Bridge Zone which reported 131 g/t (3.8 opt) silver with 4.6% lead and 6.8% zinc over 9.17 metres; including: 2.70 metres that grades 256 g/t (7.5 opt) silver with 6.8% lead and 8.0% zinc.
Drilling has progressed northwest and southeast from previously announced sections with holes being drilled to intersect the manto about every 50 metres down-dip on sections spaced 250 m apart. The results demonstrate vertical continuity from between 125 and 450 metres depth and lateral continuity for over 4,000 metres throughout the zone.
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