Developing Mineral Assets
(Silver, Gold and Copper) in the Western United States
First Project, the Buckeye Mine, Globe Arizona
Production in 2022
Second Project, the Washington Mine, Idaho
Gearing up for production in 2022
Welcome to Silver Bullet Mines Corp., Over the past 10 years over U$10 million or C$13 million has been spent on Buckeye Mine Project.
The Directors have personally invested over C$1.5 million.
4900 acres - 232 BLM claims - Plus three leased - patented claims
(1 patented claim is subject to an annual lease payment and a royalty)
Silver - 5 historical mines - Multiple shafts and over 74 adits
Copper – Potential Copper Porphyry
4 copper / gold zones
500 ozs of Silver were produced in 2018 from a test program.
Currently comissioning a 125 MTPD state of the art pilot plant, on company owned private property.
Silver Bullet Mines Corp. is both pleased and proud to announce it has successfully produced silver and copper at its wholly owned 125 metric ton per day mill near Globe, Arizona
Commissioning of the Pilot Plant has began:
See press release dated June 9, 2022
The video below shows testing of the ball mill
August 31, 2022
Video of Pilot Processing Plant - Higher Grade Ore
May 8, 2022
Video of Pilot Processing Plant
Palladium, Gold, Osmium, and Rhodium Potential
Arizona - World Class Location
Idaho - Second World Class Location
Past producing gold mine, silver veins were bypassed at the time due to low silver prices. 100% owned Patented claims that have potential for production. Both Gold and Silver upside.
The Washington Mine consists of 118.88 acres of private property as mining patents, with the ability to increase the land package significantly through additional agreements for Bureau of Land Management mining claims.
The agreement is for an all cash payment of $380,000.00 USD.
Historically, the Washington Mine was a high grade gold property with reported production of 18-20,000 tons in the late 1800s averaging 1 oz/ton. Significant underground development on the Washington Mine occurred between 1900-1927 with over 8,000 feet of access, yet limited production. Early focus was on the gold as silver prices were low, but silver mineralization was outlined on parallel structures over 400 feet vertically with lateral lengths ranging from 65 to 150 feet in separate higher grade shoots. Processing equipment at the time was unable to treat silver ores and several reports indicate they remain un-mined.
Historically, the silver was reported to grade 33 to 90 oz/ton. Mineralized vein material directly shipped to the Hecla Refinery in the 1980's reportedly returned smelter receipts averaging 44 oz/ton silver.