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Gatling Targets High-Grade Extensions and Near-Surface Exploration with 10,000 m Drill Program at Larder Gold Project

Gatling Exploration Inc. announced that a 10,000 m diamond drill program is underway at its Larder gold project, 35 km east of Kirkland Lake in Northern Ontario. Larder is host to three high-grade deposits, located along the prospective Cadillac-Larder Break. Drilling aims to expand known mineralization envelopes and to test new targets on the property.
 
Nav Dhaliwal, President and CEO of Gatling Exploration, commented, "We are excited to have begun this 10,000 m drill program at the Larder Gold Project with the dual focus of expanding our known zones of mineralization and testing for new, shallow-depth zones. The project contains three high-grade gold deposits that Gatling considers to be a single larger mineralized system over 4 km strike length. Larder lies within close proximity of past-producing mines and active projects and is close to well-established infrastructure, making it a particularly attractive property.  We are looking forward to advancing the project."
 
 Phase I will target expansion of the Bear Lake deposit, down plunge and along strike to the east, where previous exploration by Bear Lake Gold Ltd. intersected 22.5 g/t Au over 7.9 
 
Phase II will target near-surface gold mineralization at the Cheminis and Fernland deposits and explore down plunge extension of the Fernland. 
 
 Both phases are designed to intersect the litho-structural belt known as the Cadillac-Larder Break, where more than 70 million Oz of gold has been produced.  
 
The Cadillac-Larder Break strikes across the Larder property in a N70°E direction. This belt is heavily deformed, steeply-dipping, and is composed mainly of intercalated meta-sediments and mafic to ultramafic volcanics. This belt is home to several world-class gold deposits and is bisected by the Trans Canada Highway on the Company's property, which itself is just 2 km north of the town of Larder Lake.
 
Vancouver-based Gatling Exploration is a well-financed Canadian gold exploration company focused on advancing the Larder Project, located in the prolific Abitibi greenstone belt in Northern Ontario. 
 
The Larder property hosts three high-grade gold deposits along the Cadillac-Larder Lake Break, 35 km east of Kirkland Lake. The project is 100% controlled by Gatling and is comprised of patented and unpatented claims, leases and mining licenses of occupation within the McVittie and McGarry Townships. The 2,096-hectare project area is positioned 7 km west of the Kerr Addison Mine, which produced 11 million ounces of gold. All parts of the Larder property are accessible by truck or all-terrain vehicles on non-serviced roads and trails.
 

 For more information: Gatling Exploration Inc.