Sable Resources Ltd. announced drilling and surface results from the Lagunitas vein system, the latest discovery within El Fierro Project in San Juan, Argentina. In early February, Sable started the first drill campaign ever conducted at the Project. Surface samples and drill holes included in previous press releases reported multiple high-grade Ag-Au (Pb-Zn) results within a vein field that extends for over an area of 8.6 x 6.2 km. Key Points: Trenching and mapping of a few small outcrops define the new vein system for over 1,500m, remaining open in all directions. None of the high-grade veins released were outcropping. Samples results from trenching returned high-grade values from at least three different veins within the Lagunitas vein system. Highlighted results from these veins include: Caramelo Vein: 1,031 g/t AgEq (127 g/t Ag; 0.75% Cu; 12.35% Pb; 10.01% Zn) over 1.0 Within 156.69 g/t AgEq (53.07 g/t Ag; 0.1% Cu; 1.28% Pb; 1.19% Zn) over 12. Almendra Vein: 1,101.74 g/t AgEq (289 g/t Ag; 2.67 g/t Au; 0.94% Cu; 8.26% Pb; 5.13% Zn) over 1.0m; 689 g/t AgEq (605 g/t Ag; 0.13 g/t Au; 0.84% Pb; 1.08% Zn) over 1.4m. Canela Vein: 538.31 g/t AgEq (11.5 g/t Ag; 0.1% Cu; 0.2% Pb; 12.15% Zn) over 0.25m. Drill hole LV-DH-21-19 was collared targeting a subcropping quartz vein in a highly covered zone. The hole intercepted 356.30 g/t AgEq (237.54 g/t Ag; 2.21% Pb; 1.11% Zn) over 2.40m within a wide fault zone that includes multiple veins, veinlets, and fault breccias returning 87.31 g/t AgEq (35.27 g/t Ag; 0.71% Pb; 0.68% Zn) over 40.6m.