The Crosby Property is located 67 km west of Prescott and 68 km northwest of Wickenburg in Yavapai County, Arizona. Property claims cover the former Crosby Mine, a small hard rock gold mine which produced intermittently from 1906-1931. Historical development on the property consists of a 107 m inclined shaft and development along strike for 100 m to a depth of 50 m. A 10-stamp mill was operated on the property prior to 1931.
The property is underlain by Proterozoic banded schist surrounded by granite of the same age. The host rocks are cut by veins of glassy to white-grey quartz with sulphides in clots and disseminations. Gold occurs with pyrite and iron-oxide alteration products of pyrite or as free gold in small grains. Reconnaissance sampling and sampling following staking by Silver Range returned dump and chip samples assaying up to 22.8 g/t Au with 4 of 27 samples returning assays greater than 5 g/t Au. Silver Range intends to conduct geochemical and geophysical surveys on the property to locate drill & trenching targets.