Sun Silver kicked off fieldwork at its flagship Maverick Springs Silver-Gold Project in Nevada, discovering an anomalous outcrop suggesting potential mineral expansion beyond the current resource boundary.

Early rock chip sampling in the northern section has returned positive arsenic readings of up to 201ppm in silicified and oxidised outcrops.

The finding of elevated arsenic levels indicates the potential for resource expansion, as all samples lie outside the existing pit-constrained resource shell, with the farthest sample taken approximately 1.2km away.

The survey aims to capture around 546 gravity stations to identify geological structures and potential mineral zones within and beyond the current resource model.