Mr. John Carter reports
SILVER BULLET MINES CLOSES FINANCING AND TAKES SAMPLES FROM DIABASE
Silver Bullet Mines Corp. has arranged a financing of units, whereby each unit consisted of one common share and one common share purchase warrant. Each unit is priced at 20 cents. Each common share purchase warrant has a two-year term and is exercisable at 30 cents.
Silver Bullet Mines announces it has closed on the first tranche of the Financing, being $447,000. This represents 2,235,000 common shares and 2,235,000 common share purchase warrants. The Company expects further tranches to close in the near future. In relation to the Financing the Company paid commissions by way of 84,000 broker warrants and cash commissions of $16,800. Insiders are still blacked out by order of the Chair and were not allowed to participate in the Financing.
On September 26, 2022 the Company announced it had found high-grade gold, platinum, palladium, rhodium and osmium (the "Bonus Materials") in concentrates resulting from 200 tons of material from the Buckeye Mine. To help identify the source and/or location of the Bonus Materials, and to help determine whether the Bonus Materials are limited to the Buckeye veins or are also present in the host materials around the veins, the Company recently took samples from the diabase at several locations near and in the Buckeye Silver Mine. "Diabase" is also known as "country rock" or "host rock", and is the material hosting the many veins in and near the Buckeye Silver Mine.
The Company announces it has received assay results from an independent lab with respect to those samples taken from the diabase. Those results are being considered and will be disclosed to the public as soon as possible.
Finally, and as previously disclosed, the Company has encountered procedural challenges in completing its first audit as an operating company, including but not limited to cross-border documentation. Some of these challenges were caused by COVID-19 restrictions on travel to the mill and mine sites in Arizona, others by a local inexperience with audit processes. Management sees these challenges as transitory and procedural. There are no items in disagreement, whether material or not, between the auditors and the Company. Management and the board expect to be able to file the audited financial statements and the MDA for the year ended June 30, 2022 imminently.
We seek Safe Harbor.
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