COEUR D'ALENE, ID--(Oct 11, 2012) - Star Gold Corp. ("Star Gold" or the "Company") (OTCBB: SRGZ) wishes to clarify a statement made in press release distributed on October 3, 2012 titled "Star Gold Corp. Announces Core Results from 2012 Drilling at Longstreet Project."
The October 3rd release contains a sentence which states "Core hole LS-1224 displayed the greatest value of gold over a five foot interval ever drilled by Star Gold at Main with a value of 0.62oz/t." This sentence should have read: "the greatest value of gold over a five foot interval ever drilled by core drilling by Star Gold at Main with a value of 0.62oz/t."
Other previously released holes at the Main Target which were drilled using reverse circulation rigs such as LS-1205 included one five foot zone with grade of 1.833oz/t. LS-1205 also has a wider interval of 10 feet from 205ft to 215ft at grade 0.966oz/t.
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About Star Gold Corp.
Star Gold is a gold exploration/development company formed in 2006 for the purpose of evaluating, acquiring and developing gold projects in United States with a focus on Nevada. Star Gold is currently focused on exploration and development of its Longstreet Property, The project is located 48 kilometers southeast of the Round Mountain Mine in Tonopah, Nevada. The Longstreet Property is a Round Mountain style volcanic-hosted gold deposit.
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