Brigadier Gold Limited

Brigadier Gold Limited

February 08, 2011 17:00 ET

Brigadier Gold (BRG-TSXV) Samples Up to 147 g/t Gold and Over 100 g/t (100 ppm) Silver and Initiates Drill Program

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Feb. 8, 2011) - Brigadier Gold Limited (TSX VENTURE:BRG) (FRANKFURT:B7LN) is pleased to announce results from its recently completed sampling program conducted on the Incamayo Gold Project in Northwest Argentina. Please click on these links to see the maps detailing the gold and silver values that were found.

Significant zones of mineralization were confirmed in the area of trenching and drilling previously explored by Mansfield Minerals. The areas in proximity to Mansfield's historic drill hole RCCG # 5, and the discovery hole RCCG # 7, a distance of some 500 metres to the northeast (see Mansfield Mineral's press release Nov 17/1997), were focal points for the sampling carried out.

Analytical results have been obtained from Acme Analytical Laboratories Ltd. for the 115 rock samples collected from trenches and outcrops during December 2010. The samples comprised grab samples collected from mineralized zones previously defined by Mansfield Minerals in 1995 and 1996 as well as grab samples collected from outside the mineralized zones.

A geological crew returned to the property in mid January 2010 to continue mapping, sampling and structural interpretations.

Of the 115 rock samples collected, 25 contain greater than 1.0 g/t (grams per tonne) gold and 15 samples with greater than 2.0 g/t gold, with a maximum value of 147 g/t. Thirty-seven of the samples contain greater than 10 ppm silver and, of these 8 contain greater than 100 ppm silver.

The majority of the samples were collected in known mineralized areas. These results have been verified by duplicate analysis and confirm previous results from within trenches and outside the trenched area of the property. Analyses also confirm the presence of significant values of tellurium, a metal in demand due to its use in solar panels. Metallic gold and silver analyses have been requested; the latter as high silver analyses do not correspond to high lead values and may indicate the presence of metallic silver.

The majority of the samples were collected in the area of drill holes RCCG 03, 04, 05 and 06. An analysis of the 1997 drilling program, carried out in 1998 by Archean Engineering international Ltd of Santiago, Chile, determined that those drill holes were oriented incorrectly to cut the mineralized zone, which was interpreted to dip to the northwest. Mapping in January has confirmed this interpretation.

It should be noted that in the area near drill hole RCCG 05–97, gold-silver mineralization differs markedly from the gold-copper mineralization intersected 500 metres to the northeast in hole RCCG 07, and also appears to differ significantly from the predominantly silver mineralization seen in trenches 500 metres to the southwest. These differing mineralization styles may indicate three different styles of mineralization on the property.

The most significant results are displayed in the table below.

Brigadier is presently finalizing a drill contract with a Salta based drilling company, with drilling to begin as soon as possible. The contract will cover the drilling of a minimum of 2000 metres, with the option to continue drilling if warranted. The initial drill targets are the areas relating to Mansfield holes RCCG #5 and RCCG # 7 and the area in between. Argali Geophysics is in the final stages of completing the IP survey begun in December. Data from the program to date has been forwarded to Fritz Geophysics of Fort Collins, Colorado for analysis. Some of the preliminary information from the IP survey has already been incorporated into drill site locations for the upcoming drill program. Please click on the following link for a map of proposed drill sites.

Samples collected in December were shipped by bonded courier to the facilities of Acme Analytical Laboratories Ltd in Mendoza, Argentina for preparation and analysis. The Acme Mendoza facility has ISO 9001:2008 certifications.

Exploration at Incamayo is being conducted by personnel of Brigadier Gold Limited and Discovery Consultants of Vernon, BC. Thomas H. Carpenter, PGeo, of Discovery is the QP responsible for the preparation of this release.

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