Victory Resources Corporation has acquired, staked and filed 49 noncontiguous claims in the highly prospective James Bay Lithium District and adjacent to Patriot Battery Metals (PMET) Corvette property.
Stingray Properties Array Map
As reported by Patriot Battery Metals, the Corvette property has delivered promising results including drill intercepts of 1.65% Li2O and 193 ppm Ta2O5 over 159.7 m (CV22-042), 1.22% Li2O and 138 ppm Ta2O5 over 152.8 m (CV22-030), 2.13% Li2O and 163 ppm Ta2O5 over 86.2 m (CV22-044), and 2.22% Li2O and 147 ppm Ta2O5 over 70.1 m, including 3.01% Li2O and 160 ppm Ta2O5 over 40.7 m (CV22-017). Drilling to date indicates a principal spodumene-bearing pegmatite body of significant size and has been traced by drilling over a distance of at least 2.1 km.1
Properties lying to the east and west of the Stingray claims have been reported to host pegmatite dikes, and Victory's ground is prospective for pegmatites similar to those found on Infinity Stone's Taiga and Camaro Projects, however, these occurrences have yet to report any lithium values.2
Regional Geology & Mineralization
The Stingray Claims are underlain by intermediate intrusive rocks, predominately Granodiorites and Tonolites as well as some granitic rocks. Based on regional geology these intrusive rocks abut the volcanic sequence of the James Bay Greenstone belt.
As Victory’s Exploration team continues to assess additional land claims in the area, it intends to conduct a geologic and surface geochemical survey together with an airborne geophysics survey on the Stingray claims.