Stratton Resources Inc. announced updates for its B.C. summer field programs, including the  MAC, Lunar and Natlan projects.

As quoted in the press release:

The MAC Project is an advanced-stage molybdenum-copper project with newly recognized nickel-iron-chromium potential  located approximately 80 kilometres northwest of the town of Fort St. James, in Central British Columbia. During the summer months, 733 soil samples were completed at 25 metre spacing on 200 metre spaced lines targeting the southern intrusion and the Peak Zone that lie immediately south of the Camp Zone deposit. Sample results ranged from background to 432 ppm molybdenum (“Mo”) and 1350 ppm copper (“Cu”). Anomalous molybdenum and copper samples in conjunction with geophysics have identified a 600 metre by 200 metre Peak Zone target. Eight diamond drill holes totaling approximately 2,500 metres have been proposed for early summer testing of this target area.

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