27th June, 2013 1
rimfire pacific mining nl
(ASX “RIM”)
Emerging Greenfields Gold & Silver Discovery in NSW
John Kaminsky
...
27th June, 2013 2
This presentation contains “forward looking statements” as defined or implied in common law
and within t...
Presentation Outline
- Main Discussion Items
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 3
Hyperlink: RFC Ambrian...
Rimfire Pacific Mining NL – Project Areas
Fifield Platinum and Gold Project Area
Alluvial Gold Discovery 1880’s
Only dedic...
Company Profile
(as at 24th June 2013)
Shares on Issue
• Placement and SPP 85M shares at 3.0 cents, Sept 2012, $2.54M gros...
Share Price Performance
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 6
To S&P/ASX MIDCAP RESOURCES
Fi 212
14m @ 24...
District Location – Excellent Address!
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 7
Lachlan Lineament
– Major Mi...
Gravity Interpretation of Regional Structure
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 8
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RIM has seven exploration licences
Approx. 300 km2
2 Mineral claims (Mining Licences) and a
Bulk Disturb...
Sorpresa Location at Fifield
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 10
In 2010 the Sorpresa geochemistry
was...
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 11
Sorpresa Fine Au Discovery
Subtle Soil Geochemistry
• 2007 Rockchi...
Geology meets Au soil geochemistry
Au Geochemistry in context
Only shown on reliable soil areas
Porphyry – a capping rock
...
Boundary Gate
Trench 31
Roadside
Original Discovery
Drilling History in 2011 and 2012
3,500m in 2011 (40~80m depths)
First...
Percussion drilling
Sorpresa had 4 areas across strike length of 1.6km
Strong pathfinders in real time, As, Pb, Sb, Ag
App...
Fifield Gold Observations – Wider Area
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 15
1.54g/t
Western Block
Au in...
Gold Receptive “black silica” horizon
Carbonaceous Sediments pervasively silicified, fractured, Au/Ag mineralized
“Sorpres...
Importance of Black Silica Geology Association
Model Development
Au receptive horizon
20~40m thick
Black Silica
Porphyry C...
Model Cross Sections Inferred
Model Development
Tr 31 Example
Au receptive horizon
Black Silica
Porphyry Sill Capping Rock...
Tentative Concepts on the Deposit Origin
mineralized System at Fifield – Geology Notes
Hot fluids charged with Au, Ag asce...
Sorpresa Trench 31 Area Drilling
on Soil and Bedrock Geochemistry
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 20
...
Sorpresa Trench 31 Area Drilling
on Soil and Bedrock Geochemistry
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 21
...
Sections started to be built at Trench 31
More drilling required
Quite a complex cross faulted area
– No surface outcrop o...
IP Survey at Sorpresa
Limited pole-dipole survey first half 2012 partly
over geochemistry
100m spaced readings, 200m space...
IP Survey at Sorpresa
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 24
Curved West edge of IP Chargeability increas...
IP Chargeability 16mv/V isosurface
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 25
1.2 km
400 m
1 km
IP Response at Roadside Area
(Northern End of Sorpresa)
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 26
Silve...
Roadside Area North - South
Section B – B/ 400m
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 27
Dec 2012 - Fi 227
...
Roadside Area South End
East - West Section K - L (250m)
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 28
Oct 2012 ...
Boundary Gate North – New Gold Zone
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 29
New Gold Zone
Joins Boundary G...
Gravity Survey on IP – First Diamond Drilling Program
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 30
First Diamon...
200m
Platinum associated Intrusive complex
1000 m
Hole Fi 329 – 502m
Hole Fi 327 – 325m
Hole Fi 326 – 261m
Hole Fi 328 – 1...
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 32
Diamond Drilling – Shape and Continuity
Cut away perspective north...
Mineral Observations Chips from the Field
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 33
1 mm
Trench 31 at 2m - A...
Diamond Core
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 34
Fi 328 core shown from 90~93m depth – Spot XRF
values...
Sorpresa at the margin only
Key marker Geology “Black Silica”
Strongly gold mineralized system
Cross cutting faults and sh...
Sorpresa Fine Au Discovery
Important Lessons
27th June, 2013 36Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation
Subtle mineralization ...
Drilling Plans and GeophysicsDrilling Plans and GeophysicsDrilling Plans and GeophysicsDrilling Plans and Geophysics ---- ...
1.54g/t
Major Gold Areas of Focus Fifield
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 38
Yoes Lookout Gold in Soil Anomaly - Contours
27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 39
No Historic Working
C...
Objectives for 2013/14
Expansion of SorpresaExpansion of SorpresaExpansion of SorpresaExpansion of Sorpresa
DiscoveriesDis...
Why Support Rimfire?
Key Points for Sorpresa and Surrounding Area
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Contact us
Thankyou
John Kaminsky
Executive Chairman
+ 61 3 9620 5866
www.rimfire.com.au
rimfire@rimfir...
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John Kaminsky, Executive Chairman, Rimfire Pacific Mining delivered the presentation at the 2013 Mining NSW Conference.

The 2013 Mining NSW Conference looked at mine exploration and development opportunities in Central NSW and the Northern Tablelands with a spotlight on capital raising outlook and overseas investment.

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John Kaminsky, Executive Chairman, Rimfire Pacific Mining - Update on the Emerging Greenfields Gold & Silver Discovery Fifield NSW

  1. 1. 27th June, 2013 1 rimfire pacific mining nl (ASX “RIM”) Emerging Greenfields Gold & Silver Discovery in NSW John Kaminsky Executive Chairman Colin Plumridge Head of Exploration 7th Annual Mining NSW Conference Orange 27th June 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation
  2. 2. 27th June, 2013 2 This presentation contains “forward looking statements” as defined or implied in common law and within the meaning of the Corporations Law. Such forward looking statements may include, without limitation, (1) estimates of future capital expenditure; (2) estimates of future cash costs; (3) statements regarding future exploration results and goals. Where the Company or any of its officers or Directors or representatives expresses an expectation or belief as to future events or results, such expectation or belief is expressed in good faith and the Company or its officers or Directors or representatives as the case may be, believe to have a reasonable basis for implying such an expectation or belief. However, forward looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors, which could cause actual results to differ materially from future results expressed, projected or implied by such forward looking statements. Such risks include, but are not limited to, commodity price fluctuation, currency fluctuation, political and operational risks, governmental regulations and judicial outcomes, financial markets and availability of key personnel. The Company does not undertake any obligation to publicly release revisions to any “forward looking statement”, or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, except as may be required under applicable securities laws. Disclaimer – Forward Looking Statements Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation
  3. 3. Presentation Outline - Main Discussion Items 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 3 Hyperlink: RFC Ambrian Analyst Report - June Site VisitHyperlink: RFC Ambrian Analyst Report - June Site Visit
  4. 4. Rimfire Pacific Mining NL – Project Areas Fifield Platinum and Gold Project Area Alluvial Gold Discovery 1880’s Only dedicated Platinum mining in Australia, alluvial resource was not exhausted, hard rock was not understood Platinum 20,000oz recovered 1890’s Commonwealth’s largest producer 2010 New Major Fine Gold and Silver Discovery – Sorpresa Project Base Metal Potential 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 4
  5. 5. Company Profile (as at 24th June 2013) Shares on Issue • Placement and SPP 85M shares at 3.0 cents, Sept 2012, $2.54M gross • 610M Ordinary FP Market Cap. Approx. $29.9M @4.9 cents Share Price Movement • 2011 High 6.0 cent, Low 3.1 cent • 2012 High 9.3 cent (Oct), Low 2.5 cent • 2013 High 7.5 cent, Low 4.6 cent Volume 2012 • Feb-Sept 2012 approx. 5m shares/mth • October 132m shares • Current is low Shareholders Profile • Management 10% • Top 20 Holders 35% • Top 100 Holders 65% (cut-off 1.2M shares) • 2,100 shareholders Cash Status 31 March 2013 • $2.02m 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 5
  6. 6. Share Price Performance 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 6 To S&P/ASX MIDCAP RESOURCES Fi 212 14m @ 24.4g/t Au And 26m @ 155g/t Ag Share price performance well above industry in tough markets Discovery Trench 31 9m @ 4.9g/t Au First Percussion Drilling Results Fi 160 14m @ 21.9g/t Au XAO is ALL ORDINARIES; XKR is S&P/ASX 300 RESOURCES; XMR is S&P/ASX MIDCAP RESOURCES
  7. 7. District Location – Excellent Address! 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 7 Lachlan Lineament – Major Mineralized corridor – Large scale mines Tout Complex at Fifield Orientation – Confirms lineament position Au and Pt in some Shears with this orientation at Fifield Newcrest Cadia, Rio North Parkes, IvanPlats Syerston, KBL Mining, YTC Resources, Cobar Consolidated
  8. 8. Gravity Interpretation of Regional Structure 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 8
  9. 9. 27th June, 2013 9 RIM has seven exploration licences Approx. 300 km2 2 Mineral claims (Mining Licences) and a Bulk Disturbance permit “Pit One” Permit for 6 x 100m trenches Platina Lead 210 Hectares of Freehold Platina- Tresylva Corridor of Faults Complex mineralized area Contains Platinum (Pt), Gold (Au), Silver (Ag) Quality focus on 60km2 area within this Good infrastructure (Road, Electricity, Land) Fifield Rimfire Major Project Areas Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation Platina Lead looking north - influenced by Platina-Tresylva trend Sorpresa Gold Project
  10. 10. Sorpresa Location at Fifield 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 10 In 2010 the Sorpresa geochemistry was discovered 800m north of Company freehold Scale 2km Trench 31 Platina Lead Sorpresa Outline Pt in Soil 4km2
  11. 11. 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 11 Sorpresa Fine Au Discovery Subtle Soil Geochemistry • 2007 Rockchip 8.8g/t Au • 2008 RC Au Intersection (10m @ 2.0g/t Au) • 2010 Soil Geochemistry Expanded – 50ppb Au • 2010 Auger Bedrock (40m > 0.1g/t Au) • 2010 Trench 31 (9m @ 4.9g/t Au)
  12. 12. Geology meets Au soil geochemistry Au Geochemistry in context Only shown on reliable soil areas Porphyry – a capping rock Au Geochemistry – Geology – IP – Gravity A neat correlation Pathfinder elements Pb, As, Sb, Ag also present 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 12 7ppb Au in soil 25ppb Au in soil
  13. 13. Boundary Gate Trench 31 Roadside Original Discovery Drilling History in 2011 and 2012 3,500m in 2011 (40~80m depths) First pass 34/56 holes had Au at 2m >1g/t High grade 63g/t Au; 9,000m (est.) 2012 High grades 2m @ 87.5g/t and 2m @118g/t Au (1.2km apart) Some deeper holes (100~160m) Stepout and scout Moving beyond soil geochemistry IP Chargeability anomaly Shallow confirmation (Roadside) Deeper test 150~350m confirmed Diamond drilling April/May 2013 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 13 2013 Focus
  14. 14. Percussion drilling Sorpresa had 4 areas across strike length of 1.6km Strong pathfinders in real time, As, Pb, Sb, Ag Approx. 1/3 of 250 holes have Au at approx. 10g metres gold or better Intersection encountered below base of oxidation e.g. Fi107 (6m @ 6.5g/t Au) Strong Au Halo most holes 0.05 to 0.2g/t Au, entire strike gold mineralized Two Australian Top 10 Au holes in 2012 for Greenfields Exploration Fi 160 - Au 14m @ 21.9g/t (incl. 2m @ 87.5g/t Au) from 34m plus Ag 6m @ 94g/t Fi 212 - Au 14m @ 24.4g/t (incl. 2m @ 118g/t Au) from 26m plus Ag 26m @ 155g/t Fi 241 – Ag 10m @ 535g/t from 70m (incl. 2m @ 2020g/t Ag AND 10m @ 1.01g/t Au) Fi 321 – Ag 20m @ 230g/t from 70m (incl. 2m @ 934g/t Ag) Plus additional 16m > 24g/t Ag) Fine disseminated Native Au repeats well In general, coarse Au fraction (~10-15%?) likely not captured in assays to date Roadside area at Sorpresa is Silver dominant Sorpresa Some Drilling Highlights 27th June, 2013 14Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation
  15. 15. Fifield Gold Observations – Wider Area 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 15 1.54g/t Western Block Au in Creek Sampling Area 4km2 • Numerous Fine Au occurrences • Different to the Coarse Au at Fifield – More than one Au mineralized system • Noted historic “hard rock Au scratchings” mapped • Mapping, Creeks, Soils, Chips, Bedrock sampled by Rimfire • Sorpresa discovered open ended • A much larger Au system operating
  16. 16. Gold Receptive “black silica” horizon Carbonaceous Sediments pervasively silicified, fractured, Au/Ag mineralized “Sorpresa-like” black silica continues to be sighted Along strike North and South from known Sorpresa “Only a small part of a likely much bigger gold system” Extensive mapped Geology in Syncline Rift Basin setting - 8km2 Area and open Geological Concept Model established 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 16 Gold Receptive Horizon Various styles of Black Silica, Sheared, Brecciated
  17. 17. Importance of Black Silica Geology Association Model Development Au receptive horizon 20~40m thick Black Silica Porphyry Capping Rock Shear zone control Intersecting shears important Pod-like 3D geometry Probable pooling Evidence of a huge “plumbing system” to great depths 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 17
  18. 18. Model Cross Sections Inferred Model Development Tr 31 Example Au receptive horizon Black Silica Porphyry Sill Capping Rock Shear zone control Intersecting shears important Pod-like 3D geometry 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 18 Porphyry Sill Capping Rock Leakage anomaly Thicker part of Au Receptive horizon Probable pooling under domes Huge “plumbing system” to great depths Porphyry Sill Porphyry Sill
  19. 19. Tentative Concepts on the Deposit Origin mineralized System at Fifield – Geology Notes Hot fluids charged with Au, Ag ascend in fracture channels A huge “plumbing system at depths” Low flow in impervious porphyry layer – precipitates Au, Ag High Carbon and pyrite content in rock layer below porphyry sill promotes deposition in restricted flow positions Fracturing and intersections of fracturing critical to focusing mineralization within the receptive carbonaceous horizon Accompanying silica pervades the carbonaceous sediments resulting in the common and important “black silica” host 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 19
  20. 20. Sorpresa Trench 31 Area Drilling on Soil and Bedrock Geochemistry 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 20 Trench 31 Discovery Oct 2010
  21. 21. Sorpresa Trench 31 Area Drilling on Soil and Bedrock Geochemistry 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 21 100m Fi 160 (June 2012) Au: 14m @ 21.9g/t from 34m Incl. 2m @ 46.5g/t from 34m Incl. 2m @ 87.5g/t from 36m Fi 161 (June 2012) Au: 16m @ 4.57g/t from 36m Incl. 2m @ 8.32g/t from 46m Incl. 2m @ 21.3g/t from 48m Fi 143 (May 2012) Au: 14m @ 0.96g/t from 2m Incl. 2m @ 4.69g/t from 14m Fi 141 (May 2012) Au: 14m @ 1.27g/t from 2m Incl. 4m @ 2.21g/t from 2m Fi 153 (May 2012) Au: 14m @ 3.41g/t from 22m Incl. 2m @ 18.35g/t from 24m Fi 154 (May 2012) Au: 10m @ 1.23g/t from 18m Incl. 4m @ 2.64g/t from 18m Fi 156 (June 2012) Au: 6m @ 1.53g/t from 36m AND 6m @ 12.3g/t from 44m Incl. 4m @ 18.3g/t from 44m Fi 194 (Sept 2012) Au: 10m @ 2.55g/t from 36m Incl. 2m @ 9.26g/t from 36m Fi 195 (Sept 2012) Au: 16m @ 3.23g/t from 30m Incl. 2m @ 17g/t from 36m Fi 193 (Sept 2012) Au: 8m @ 0.99g/t from 38m AND 2m @ 0.96g/t Au from 52m
  22. 22. Sections started to be built at Trench 31 More drilling required Quite a complex cross faulted area – No surface outcrop or historic assistance Working towards resource estimations – More advanced areas at Sorpresa – Tr31, Boundary gate and Roadside 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 22
  23. 23. IP Survey at Sorpresa Limited pole-dipole survey first half 2012 partly over geochemistry 100m spaced readings, 200m spaced lines IP Anomaly is large Chargeability values generally increase with depth in known dip direction Unusual curved face of geochemistry mirrored in IP survey Roadside Area IP is closer to surface Preliminary basis for chargeable values seen in the geology Sulphides, graphite present Mineralization associated with IP, confirmed late 2012 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 23 Trench 31 Roadside
  24. 24. IP Survey at Sorpresa 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 24 Curved West edge of IP Chargeability increases to depth and the shape replicates the gold position shape at surface, following the known dip to the SE. 400 m
  25. 25. IP Chargeability 16mv/V isosurface 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 25 1.2 km 400 m
  26. 26. 1 km IP Response at Roadside Area (Northern End of Sorpresa) 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 26 Silver with Gold Credits Zone 400m open strike mineralization (Nth-Sth) 10~40m thick Grades to surface Down Dip 20 deg, approx. 250m in the south IP projects closest to surface here 2 locations Drilling confirms connection of mineralization to IP locality High Grade Fi 241 south 14m @ 24.4g/t Au and 26m @ 155g/t Ag from 14m 10m @ 1.0g/t Au and 535g/t Ag from 70m High Grade Fi 321 north 20m @ 230g/t Ag from 70m, plus Au credits New Step out Drilling plans “Joins Up” Boundary Gate to the South Gold mineralization again dominant Also NW-SE Trend to “Original Discovery” 200m B B/ B Fi 212 14m @ 24.4g/t Au from 26m 26m @ 154.6g/t Ag from 14m Dec 2012 - Fi 241 10m @ 1.01g/t Au from 70m 10m @ 535g/t Ag from 70m Fi 287 4m @ 21.9g/t Au from 38m Fi 47 10m @ 2.0g/t Au from 4m Fi 313 16m @ 2.67g/t Au from 68m AND 4m @ 51.8g/t Ag from 50m 16m @ 113g/t Ag from 68m Fi 321 4m @ 1.42g/t Au from 86m 20m @ 230g/t Ag from 70m 8m @ 30.9g/t Ag from 112m
  27. 27. Roadside Area North - South Section B – B/ 400m 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 27 Dec 2012 - Fi 227 16m @ 5.32g/t Au from 36m 20m @ 81g/t Ag from 34m Dec 2012 - Fi 225 6m @ 3.85g/t Au from 46m 12m @ 13g/t Ag from 40m Dec 2012 - Fi 226 2m @ 2.45g/t Au from 42m 6m @ 0.9g/t Au from 48m 16m @ 19g/t Ag from 38m Dec 2012 - Fi 228 10m @ 1.01g/t Au from 32m 8m @ 0.84g/t from 50m 12m @ 112g/t Ag from 32m 4m @ 412g/t from 56m Feb 2013 - Fi 245 22m @ 33g/t Ag from 36m Feb 2013 - Fi 246 2m @ 51g/t Ag from 26m 4m @ 74g/t Ag from 42m Dec 2012 - Fi 238 18m @ 0.45g/t Au from 70m 20m @ 94g/t Ag from 72m 2m @ 169g/t Ag from 112mFeb 2013 - Fi 252 10m @ 0.35g/t Au from 44m Feb 2013 - Fi 247 20m @ 23g/t Ag from 36m June 2013 - Fi 316 14m @ 0.31g/t Au from 60m 17m @ 61.7g/t Ag from 60m June 2013 - Fi 317 6m @ 0.62g/t Au from 64m 6m @ 106.8g/t Ag from 64m June 2013 - Fi 318 4m @ 1.08g/t Au from 74m 28m @ 53.2g/t Ag from 66m June 2013 - Fi 319 6m @ 0.66g/t Au from 72m 14m @ 86.9g/t Ag from 68m 22m @ 28.2g/t Ag from 98m June 2013 - Fi 315 8m @ 0.43g/t Au from 70m 28m @ 54.5g/t Ag from 50m June 2013 - Fi 324 10m @ 0.25g/t Au from 74m 10m @ 31.9g/t Ag from 74m June 2013 - Fi 320 10m @ 0.53g/t Au from 68m 16m @ 175g/t Ag from 68m 4m @ 115g/t Ag from 96m June 2013 - Fi 321 4m @ 1.42g/t Au from 86m 20m @ 230g/t Ag from 70m 8m @ 30.9g/t Ag from 112 B/B
  28. 28. Roadside Area South End East - West Section K - L (250m) 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 28 Oct 2012 - Fi 212 14m @ 24.4g/t Au from 26m AND 26m @ 154.6g/t Ag from 14m May 2011 - Fi 87 10m @ 0.87g/t Au from 2m AND 8m @ 38g/t Ag from 2m May 2011 - Fi 88 12m @ 1.71g/t Au from 10m AND 12m @ 39g/t Ag from 10m Oct 2012 - Fi 213 20m @ 1.02g/t Au from 18m AND 22m @ 66g/t Ag from 16m Dec 2012 - Fi 227 16m @ 5.32g/t Au from 36m AND 20m @ 81g/t Ag from 34m Dec 2012 - Fi 241 10m @ 1.01g/t Au from 70m AND 10m @ 535g/t Ag from 70m Dec 2012 - Fi 242 12m @ 0.4g/t Au from 80m AND 18m @ 21g/t Ag from 78m June 2013 – Fi 311 6m @ 3.09g/t Au from 54m AND 8m @ 215g/t Ag from 54m
  29. 29. Boundary Gate North – New Gold Zone 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 29 New Gold Zone Joins Boundary Gate to Roadside Areas Fi 275 -30m @ 2.39g/t Au from 12m Trend is to SE and IP anomaly Sulphides also present Looks to be important structure 100m
  30. 30. Gravity Survey on IP – First Diamond Drilling Program 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 30 First Diamond Drilling at Fifield, 5 holes for 1400m 1 hole Roadside 162m – Ag-Au mineralization 3 holes Boundary Gate East Gravity-IP-Structure-Au Trend-Multi element 1 hole Trench 31, 153m – Au mineralization Finished drilling May 2013 – Assays pending Geological units common to each hole Porphyry Sill, Carbonaceous Receptive Horizon All holes are mineralized Field Observation, Gold is present in each hole Major Expansion in Mineralized System Size with DDH 1km June 2012 - Fi 160 14m @ 21.9g/t Au from 34m AND 6m @ 94g/t Ag from 34m Feb 2013 - Fi 275 30m @ 2.39g/t Au from 10m Oct 2010 – Trench 31 9m @ 4.9g/t Au at 2m (channel sample) Oct 2012 - Fi 212 14m @ 24.4g/t Au from 26m AND 26m @ 155g/t Ag from 14m Hole Fi 325 – 153m Hole Fi 329 – 502m Hole Fi 327 – 325m Hole Fi 326 – 261m Hole Fi 328 – 162m
  31. 31. 200m Platinum associated Intrusive complex 1000 m Hole Fi 329 – 502m Hole Fi 327 – 325m Hole Fi 326 – 261m Hole Fi 328 – 162m continues open 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 31 Receptive Horizon simple 3D shallow basin shape Porphyry sill focuses mineralization below it Basin Floor Broad folds – horizon near surface Possible “pooling” in broad arch shapes Favourable geometry - open cut mining Qualitative Gold/Silver observed in Field Assays pending Diamond Drilling – First Drill program Long Section north - south
  32. 32. 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 32 Diamond Drilling – Shape and Continuity Cut away perspective north - south Hole Fi 325 – 153m 1350 m Hole Fi 329 – 502m Hole Fi 327 – 325m Hole Fi 326 – 261m Hole Fi 328 – 162m Gold and Silver Mineralized horizon open many directions
  33. 33. Mineral Observations Chips from the Field 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 33 1 mm Trench 31 at 2m - Au in Silica Fine Native Au in Silica Multiple phases including some sulphide veins High grade Au no upper limit in theory 1 mm Fi 244 at 101-102m– Roadside Area 1 mm Fi 214 at 21- 22m– Roadside Area Primary mineralization Pb, Ag Sulphides Massive Veinlets Metallurgy positive implications – gravity concs Mineralogy, metallurgy and petrology pending Oxide zone Nodular Ag halides 943g/t Ag 20~22m
  34. 34. Diamond Core 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 34 Fi 328 core shown from 90~93m depth – Spot XRF values on core surface include 1077 g/t Silver at 90.7m Part of the “receptive horizon” in Fi 325Fractured Core Fi 327 Boundary Gate SE Part of the mineralization in Fi 328 Diamond Drilling Core Yard Logging Porphyry Sill and Receptive Horizon in Fi 329
  35. 35. Sorpresa at the margin only Key marker Geology “Black Silica” Strongly gold mineralized system Cross cutting faults and shears Potential for pooled mineralization Extensive Area 8km2 and open Discovery occurred at eroded positions – Trench 31 Most of the area is under light alluvium Likely best Au zones not yet seen Thicker sections in Basin Centre Integrated Model compelling for multi-million ounce Au potential 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 35 Boundary Gate North 30m @ 2.39g/t Au from 10m Boundary Gate 24m @ 2.17g/t Au from 6m Roadside Area 14m @ 24.4g/t Au from 26m 26m @154g/t Ag from 14m Trench 31 Area 14m @ 21.9g/t Au from 34m 6m @94g/t Ag from 34m Au in Soil Geochemistry Best results Au > 300ppb (40m sample spacing) 5 km Geological Concept Map – Syncline Rift Basin in Plan View
  36. 36. Sorpresa Fine Au Discovery Important Lessons 27th June, 2013 36Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation Subtle mineralization Expression Only discovered due to eroded lenses at surface in geochemistry High Grades for Au and Ag, we have not seen the best grades yet Most of the area (8km2 ) subdued with shallow alluvium Fine disseminated Gold and Silver Metal Zoning, Au, Ag and pathfinders (Pb, As, Sb) aid discovery Deeper Connection for the mineralization suggested by IP Huge Structural plumbing system from great depth Conventional style of exploration program - Au Assays Coarse Au fraction encountered to date (<15%?), not included in grade Other Au noted at Fifield outside Sorpresa Area
  37. 37. Drilling Plans and GeophysicsDrilling Plans and GeophysicsDrilling Plans and GeophysicsDrilling Plans and Geophysics ---- IdeallyIdeallyIdeallyIdeally ◦ InInInIn----house percussion Rig approx. 10,000m, mainly discovery and scouthouse percussion Rig approx. 10,000m, mainly discovery and scouthouse percussion Rig approx. 10,000m, mainly discovery and scouthouse percussion Rig approx. 10,000m, mainly discovery and scout ◦ Contract RC Rigs approx. 10~15,000m delineation and deeper capacityContract RC Rigs approx. 10~15,000m delineation and deeper capacityContract RC Rigs approx. 10~15,000m delineation and deeper capacityContract RC Rigs approx. 10~15,000m delineation and deeper capacity ◦ 4,200m completed May 20134,200m completed May 20134,200m completed May 20134,200m completed May 2013 ◦ Diamond Program 1,400m (5 holes, 3 locations)Diamond Program 1,400m (5 holes, 3 locations)Diamond Program 1,400m (5 holes, 3 locations)Diamond Program 1,400m (5 holes, 3 locations) ◦ Likely some more Gravity, IP andLikely some more Gravity, IP andLikely some more Gravity, IP andLikely some more Gravity, IP and RadiometricsRadiometricsRadiometricsRadiometrics Target TypesTarget TypesTarget TypesTarget Types ◦ Current Sorpresa and its expansion in the 8kmCurrent Sorpresa and its expansion in the 8kmCurrent Sorpresa and its expansion in the 8kmCurrent Sorpresa and its expansion in the 8km2222 Basin AreaBasin AreaBasin AreaBasin Area ◦ IP (and Gravity) AnomalyIP (and Gravity) AnomalyIP (and Gravity) AnomalyIP (and Gravity) Anomaly underunderunderunder SorpresaSorpresaSorpresaSorpresa –––– 150m to 350m150m to 350m150m to 350m150m to 350m depth rangedepth rangedepth rangedepth range ◦ Regional TargetsRegional TargetsRegional TargetsRegional Targets ––––all Drill ready e.g. Eclipse North, etc.all Drill ready e.g. Eclipse North, etc.all Drill ready e.g. Eclipse North, etc.all Drill ready e.g. Eclipse North, etc. ◦ Line drilling in alluvium covered areas within the BasinLine drilling in alluvium covered areas within the BasinLine drilling in alluvium covered areas within the BasinLine drilling in alluvium covered areas within the Basin ---- RAB CommencedRAB CommencedRAB CommencedRAB Commenced ◦ Possible DeepPossible DeepPossible DeepPossible Deep Trenching PlatinaTrenching PlatinaTrenching PlatinaTrenching Platina LeadLeadLeadLead Delineation & Exploration Programs 2013/14 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 37
  38. 38. 1.54g/t Major Gold Areas of Focus Fifield 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 38
  39. 39. Yoes Lookout Gold in Soil Anomaly - Contours 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 39 No Historic Working Continuous Gold Anomaly Alongside magnetics Different Geology – Closer to North Parkes style 5km East of Sorpresa
  40. 40. Objectives for 2013/14 Expansion of SorpresaExpansion of SorpresaExpansion of SorpresaExpansion of Sorpresa DiscoveriesDiscoveriesDiscoveriesDiscoveries bbbbeyond current Sorpresaeyond current Sorpresaeyond current Sorpresaeyond current Sorpresa Continue towards Maiden Resource Definition(s)Continue towards Maiden Resource Definition(s)Continue towards Maiden Resource Definition(s)Continue towards Maiden Resource Definition(s) Build on the confirmed IPBuild on the confirmed IPBuild on the confirmed IPBuild on the confirmed IP connectionconnectionconnectionconnection Metallurgical testingMetallurgical testingMetallurgical testingMetallurgical testing Requires further investment in management andRequires further investment in management andRequires further investment in management andRequires further investment in management and greater use of capital going forwardgreater use of capital going forwardgreater use of capital going forwardgreater use of capital going forward 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 40
  41. 41. Why Support Rimfire? Key Points for Sorpresa and Surrounding Area 27th June, 2013 Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation 41
  42. 42. 27th June, 2013 42 Contact us Thankyou John Kaminsky Executive Chairman + 61 3 9620 5866 www.rimfire.com.au rimfire@rimfire.com.au Colin Plumridge Senior Geologist Head of Exploration The information in the report to which this statement is attached that relates to Exploration Results is compiled by Mr Colin Plumridge, who is a Member of The Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, with over 40 years experience in the mineral exploration and mining industry. Mr Plumridge is employed by Plumridge & Associates Pty. Ltd. Mr Plumridge has sufficient experience, which is relevant to the style of mineralization and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity, which is being undertaken to qualify as a Competent Persons as defined in the 2004 edition of the “Australian Code for Reporting of Mineral Resources and Ore reserves”. Mr Plumridge consents to the inclusion in the report of the matters based on their information in the form and context in which it appears. Rimfire Pacific Mining - Compilation

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