The Kawich Property is located 69 kilometres east of Tonopah in the Bellehelen Mining District. Gold and silver mineralization was discovered in the district in 1904 and intermittent precious metal production occurred in the property area until 1935. Gold and silver occur in low sulphidation epithermal veins within east trending secondary structures along the Kawich–Toiyabe Lineament, a regionally significant structure which extends from the property area for 100 kilometres to the northwest. The Bellehelen, Ellendale and Hannipah Mining Districts are located along this feature. Veins on the Kawich Property are up to 160 m long, 1.5 m wide and consist of ribbon quartz and stringers in altered host rhyolitic tuff and rhyolite flows. Initial grab sampling of veins and dumps by Silver Range in 2019 returned up to 10.35 g/t Au and 430 g/t Ag with 7 of 12 samples collected returning greater than 1 g/t Au and 5 of 12 samples returning greater than 100 g/t Ag. Silver Range intends to conduct additional mapping, sampling, geophysical and geochemical sampling on the property to identify drill targets.