MAG Silver provides update on Jose Manto-Bridge Zone definition drilling

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MAG Silver announce results from continued definition drilling of the Jose Manto-Bridge Zone on its 100% owned Cinco de Mayo Property in northern Chihuahua, Mexico. Note that these results are not in follow up to the newly discovered Pegaso zone (see Press Release dated July 18, 2012). The best intercepts are: Hole 430, on the 383 Section at the northwest end of the Bridge Zone, which reported 84 grams per tonne ("g/t") (2.4 ounces per ton ("opt")) silver with 1.6% lead and 11.0% zinc over 11.79 metres; including: 160 g/t (4.7 opt) silver with 3.2% lead and 12% zinc over 5.87 metres; including: 2.54 metres that grades 258 g/t (7.5 opt) silver with 7.1% lead and 25.9% zinc; and Hole 418, on the 382 Section at the southeast end of the Bridge Zone which reported 131 g/t, or 3.8 opt, silver with 4.6% lead and 6.8% zinc over 9.17 metres; including: 2.70 metres that grades 256 g/, or 7.5 opt, silver with 6.8% lead and 8.0% zinc.

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