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QA / QC

The technical information on this website pertaining to geology, soil and rock sampling was prepared under the supervision of Gold Lion Resources Q.P., Agnes Koffyberg (P.Geo) a Qualified Person as defined in National Instruments 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. 

Rock Sampling

All rock samples were prepared and analyzed at MS Analytical’s laboratory in Langley, B.C. Sample preparation was completed by crushing the entire sample to 70% passing -2mm, riffle splitting off 1 kilogram and pulverizing the split to better than 85% passing 75 microns. Using a 30 gram sub-sample, the gold values are determined by the fire assay method, with atomic absorption finish (code FAS-111),which reports results in parts per million (ppm) (equivalent to grams per tonne (g/t)). All analytical results are verified with the application of industry standard Quality Control and Quality Assurance (QA-QC) procedures.

Soil Sampling

All Phase I Robber Gulch soil samples were prepped and analyzed at Paragon Geochemical Laboratories Inc.’s facilities in Reno, NV. Samples were dried and sieved to -180 micron (80 mesh). Following preparation, soil assays were determined by FSAU-25 method. A 20g aliquot of the prepared pulp is cold digested with HNO3, then HCl is added and the sample is heated at 130˚C for 40 minutes. Digestion is carried out in disposable plastic bottles to eliminate cross-contamination from digestion vessels and heated via graphite block for even heating. The resulting solution is analyzed via ICP-MS and ICP-AES and is corrected for inter element spectral interferences.

All remaining soil samples were prepped and analyzed at MS Analytical’s laboratory in Langley, B.C. Samples were dried and sieved to -180 micron (80 mesh). Following preparation, soil assays were determined by FAS-111 method (Fire Assay). A 30g aliquot of the prepared pulp is cold digested with HNO3, then HCl is added and the sample is heated at 130˚C for 40 minutes. Digestion is carried out in disposable plastic bottles to eliminate cross-contamination from digestion vessels and heated via graphite block for even heating. The resulting solution is analyzed via Fire Assay/AAS and is corrected for inter element spectral interferences.

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