The Posh Property is located in Mineral County, 20 km south of Hawthorne in the Wassuk Range. The property is underlain by Cretaceous granite and granodiorite cut by WNW trending shears and veins. The known showing (Main Zone) on the property is in a steeply north dipping shear zone up about 1.5 m wide exposed in trenches and a road cut over a distance of approximately 120 m. Workings on the property consist of a 5 m deep shaft on the main shear with two small stub drifts along the strike of the shear and several small pits along the length of the shear. In addition, bulldozer work was conducted immediately east of the shaft and exploration trails have been constructed both east and west of the showing along Jim Canyon Creek.
Gold and silver mineralization on the property appears to be hosted in mesothermal quartz veins. The Main Zone shear zone contains foliated fault gouge with thin laminated ribbon quartz. Grab samples of iron oxide stained quartz from spill piles near shafts and pits returned grab samples up to 4.82 g/t Au and 101 g/t Ag in initial sampling. A sample collected at the Main Zone by the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology (#3751) returned atomic-absorption analyses of 5.30 ppm Au and 120 ppm Ag. Structures of similar style occur north of the principle showing but have not been systematically sampled. Silver Range staked the property in April 2018 following an initial examination.