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Thanks for the reply hammer...so in the case of an audit it may be auditors choice to assay large percentage of the cores...and why this came to my mind I own v. Sup. And a couple of weeks ago they received an assay of 130 metres at over 1g per ton...and this was the background only..there were hg sections of that same core..i just received mail back from that ceo and he echoed what you said but also that according to osc rules and of course 43-101 compliant....and ovis..keep it real