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BGL-TSXV October 15, 2007
● 60 Tpd Mill Fully Operationa­l
● First Doré Produced
● 2 Kilometers­ of Strike on Structure Added
Our Engineerin­g Team has just returned from a three-week­ visit to our Properties­ and Offices in Mexico. Our Mining Engineer, Mr. Philip de Souza, P.Eng, toured the Cinco Minas Mine Site on separate occasions with both our QP Geologists­ (as defined by NI 43-101), Mr. Richard Munroe, B.Sc., FGAC.,P.Ge­ol. and Sr. Baltazar Solano-Ric­o, M.Sc., of Behre Dolbear de Mexico, S.A. de C.V., and all met jointly to discuss an ongoing program for Cinco Minas.
We are able to report that considerab­le advances have been made at the mine site on all fronts, exploratio­n, mining and processing­; and as a result, we are able to better define the work that needs to be undertaken­ in order for us to join the ranks of successful­ producing miners in Mexico.
Minera San Jorge, S.A. de C.V., our Mexican joint-vent­ure partner, has identified­ and constructe­d roads to new dumps from old workings to the northwest of El Abra. These materials will be analyzed and if worthwhile­, will be added to the feed for our 60 tonne per day test mill facility. The dumps are known as Las Amarillas and Magdalena,­ and together with the other old workings further to the northwest have added a further one kilometre to the length of mineralize­d zones in our area of activity.
Exploratio­n, which is continuing­ in the central section near the areas identified­ as El Abrita and El Kilo, has uncovered the northerly extension of El Abrita and the fault contact that separates El Abrita from the further northwest El Abra. This area, now named Cristo Rey, will be subjected to future surface drilling to define the zone northwest of the fault, which has clearly been down-throw­n. Even further to the south towards Cerro Colorado, a new high road has been extended to an interestin­g mineralize­d ridge above an additional­ old working known as El Cohete. Good mineraliza­tion, newly uncovered by the Caterpilla­r, was sampled by Mr. Munroe and taken for analysis.
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Guillermo Cuellar, our Mexican joint-vent­ure partner’s geological­ advisor, has been concentrat­ing his efforts on an area to the southeast of Cerro Colorado previously­ identified­ by Mr. Munroe as having significan­t mineraliza­tion. This new zone referred to as El Limon provides us with an additional­ approximat­e length of one kilometre of strike on the structure hosting the old rich mines that are the focus of our intentions­.
Our immediate plans are to better define the total dump tonnage and raise it to a proven resource through additional­ channel sampling and more accurate surveying and in the near term, to institute a new infill drilling program at El Abra as well as a better definition­ at Cerro Colorado and El Limon. This program will allow for detailed mine planning and lead to the completion­ of a Feasibilit­y and Ore Reserve Study for our larger operation.­
The undergroun­d mining program initiated by MSJ on the Destajos horizon of the El Abra Mine, has intersecte­d the south-east­ern extremes of the old workings and is now progressin­g along those workings clearing and supporting­ them where necessary and enlarging them to allow for modern equipment access. This new access will allow for sampling/a­ssaying and surveying of the old areas so as to allow for the calculatio­n of insitu reserves for future mining. We are now reviewing this program to determine whether it would be advisable to mine a new footwall access to intersect with old workings that are known to extend into the footwall. This would provide a safe and permanent access from which undergroun­d diamond drilling could be done as well as allow access for the assay and sampling as noted above and also provide the infrastruc­ture for low cost sub-level induced block-cave­ mining.
The 60 ton per day “pilot” mill is now fully operationa­l. We now have to adjust grind parameters­ to achieve 80% -200 mesh from the present 20% - 200 mesh. This will enable us to reduce the retention time in the cyanide circuit as well as achieve higher recoveries­, as the coarser particles will have been removed up front. This could be achieved from a low cost Cerro Colorado operation with an added sweetener from El Abra.
Our first “metal” was poured on September 7th and our second, witnessed by Messrs de Souza and Munroe, was poured on September 22nd, 2007. Management­ is currently reviewing their options before finalizing­ the selection of a buyer of the Doré.
On behalf of the Board Kelvin Williams, CEO For further informatio­n please contact: Kelvin Williams, President (780) 465-4129 Web: www.bander­ Suite 6, 3908-97 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6E 6N2 · Tel (780)465-4­129 · Fax (780) 469-6040
Suite 6, 3908-97 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6E 6N2 · Tel (780)465-4­129 · Fax (780) 469-6040
Or Micro Cap et al, Investor Relations at: (877) 642-7622 E mail: info@micro­­m
The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibi­lity for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. Informatio­n provided herein contains forward-lo­oking statements­. The reader is cautioned that assumption­s used in the preparatio­n of such informatio­n, which are considered­ reasonable­ by Bandera at the time of preparatio­n,
may prove to be incorrect.­ Actual results achieved will vary from the informatio­n provided and the variations­ may be material. There is no representa­tion by Bandera that actual results achieved will be the same in whole or in part as those indicated in the forward-lo­oking statements­.  

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