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Comstock Announces Complete Results Of East-side Drilling

All Holes Encountered Lengthy Intervals of Significant Mineralization

VIRGINIA CITY, Nev., Nov. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Comstock Mining Inc. (the "Company" or "Comstock") (NYSE MKT: LODE) announced the results for the final ten holes in its initial step-out drilling program, in the East-side of the Company's Lucerne Resource Area (the "Lucerne"). Assays for all 20 of the holes in this program have now been received with all of them encountering lengthy intervals of significant mineralization.  Fourteen of the 20 holes encountered multiple intervals of significant mineralization totaling 150 feet or more, including 10 of the holes with contiguous mineralized intervals of 100 feet or more.

Highlights of the final ten holes include an assay of 1.589 ounces of gold and 6.500 ounces of silver per ton in hole E12-15, contained in a 60 foot interval averaging 0.187 ounces of gold and 2.961 ounces of silver per ton, and an assay of 6.200 ounces of silver per ton in hole E12-16, contained in a 20 foot interval averaging 0.176 ounces of gold and 2.383 ounces of silver per ton. Another highlight is hole E12-17, with total significant mineralization in multiple zones of 320 feet, including contiguous significant mineralization of 220 feet (825-1045'). The contiguous mineralization includes a 165-foot interval averaging 0.086 ounces of gold and 0.694 ounces of silver per ton.

These results are consistent with the previously announced results from the first 10 holes.  Highlights of those holes included an assay of 1.693 ounces of gold per ton in hole E12-05, contained in a 20 foot interval averaging 0.621 ounces of gold and 1.408 ounces of silver per ton, and an assay of 6.000 ounces of silver per ton in hole E12-10, contained in a 75 foot interval averaging 0.111 ounces of gold and 1.382 ounces of silver per ton.  Hole E12-05 was also notable for total significant mineralization in multiple zones of 370 feet, including contiguous mineralized intervals of 120 feet (0-120'), 90 feet (965-1055'), and 55 feet (1065-1120').

"These higher grades and significant thicknesses in our East-side drilling continue to exceed expectation and generate incredible resource expansion opportunities," stated Corrado De Gasperis, President and CEO of Comstock "We look forward to formally updating the results in our next NI 43-101 report in the fourth quarter."

East-side 2012 Drilling

The Lucerne East-side drilling began July 24, 2012, with plans to drill reverse circulation (RC) holes from the top of Donovan Ridge, on the east side of State Route 342. These holes were designed to test the continuity and down-dip extension of the mineralization encountered in the 2010 and 2011 East-side drilling, with depths planned of up to 1,400 feet. The initial, positive results of the program encouraged the Company to extend the program to a total of 18 RC holes. Two additional holes were drilled to test the location for future water monitoring wells. The program concluded on October 7, 2012, with 20 East-side holes completed, totaling 21,310 feet of RC drilling. The north-south extent of the drilling covered over 1,400 feet of strike length.

Assay results have been received for the all 20 RC drill holes, showing that all holes encountered intervals of significant mineralization (gold grades greater than 0.010 ounces per ton or silver grades greater than 0.100 ounces per ton, and length of at least ten feet).

Additional highlights of the results from the final ten holes include hole E12-12, with a 25-foot interval averaging 0.142 ounces of gold and 0.457 ounces of silver per ton. Hole E12-13 encountered total significant mineralization of 230 feet in multiple zones, including contiguous significant mineralization of 100 feet (790-890'). Hole E12-14 includes a 45-foot interval averaging 0.087 ounces of gold and 0.355 ounces of silver per ton. 

Hole E12-15 encountered total significant mineralization of 290 feet in multiple zones, including contiguous significant mineralization of 150 feet (750-900'). The contiguous mineralization includes a 60-foot interval averaging 0.187 ounces of gold and 2.961 ounces of silver per ton.  Hole E12-16 includes a 20-foot interval averaging 0.176 ounces of gold and 2.383 ounces of silver per ton.

Hole E12-18 encountered total significant mineralization of 285 feet in multiple zones, including a 20-foot interval averaging 0.097 ounces of gold and 0.460 ounces of silver per ton. Hole E12-20 encountered total significant mineralization of 250 feet in multiple zones.

Significant Mineralized Intervals

A sample from each five-foot interval in each drill hole has been sent for analysis to American Assay Labs, of Reno, Nevada, a certified independent laboratory. Assay results have been received for all 20 RC holes in the program.  Those assay results were used to identify significant mineralized intervals in each hole.

East-Side Drill Hole Intercepts

Drill Hole

Interval (ft)

Length
(ft)

Gold
(oz/ton)

Silver
(oz/ton)

Length
(m)

Gold
(g/t)

Silver
(g/t)









E12-01

235-245

10

0.046

0.325

3.05

1.56

11.11


430-440

10

0.036

0.270

3.05

1.23

9.23


755-785

30

0.017

0.403

9.14

0.58

13.78


805-820

15

0.023

0.150

4.57

0.79

5.14









E12-02

260-325

65

0.029

0.660

19.81

0.99

22.59

INCLUDES

260-280

20

0.054

1.676

6.10

1.83

57.40


375-385

10

0.030

0.102

3.05

1.03

3.48


410-430

20

0.273

0.264

6.10

9.34

9.05

INCLUDES

410-420

10

0.506

0.439

3.05

17.31

15.03


510-550

40

0.031

0.105

12.19

1.07

3.60


675-715

40

-

0.354

12.19

-

12.11


715-750

35

0.019

1.088

10.67

0.67

37.26

INCLUDES

715-735

20

0.027

1.491

6.10

0.92

51.07


750-765

15

-

0.324

4.57

-

11.10


765-780

15

0.021

0.325

4.57

0.73

11.14


780-810

30

0.009

0.191

9.14

0.30

6.54


820-830

10

0.007

0.267

3.05

0.22

9.14









E12-03

10-20

10

0.015

0.037

3.05

0.50

1.25


45-80

35

0.059

0.572

10.67

2.02

19.60

INCLUDES

70-80

10

0.087

1.492

3.05

2.96

51.10


780-845

65

0.038

0.599

19.81

1.29

20.52

INCLUDES

815-825

10

0.141

2.058

3.05

4.81

70.46


855-885

30

0.013

0.275

9.14

0.43

9.42


1035-1050

15

0.044

0.404

4.57

1.50

13.84









E12-04

5-25

20

0.047

0.077

6.10

1.59

2.63


35-50

15

0.016

0.157

4.57

0.55

5.39


75-100

25

0.075

0.573

7.62

2.55

19.62


120-130

10

-

0.107

3.05

-

3.66


545-565

20

0.076

0.063

6.10

2.60

2.15


565-580

15

-

0.121

4.57

-

4.14


600-610

10

-

0.135

3.05

-

4.61


610-620

10

0.032

0.397

3.05

1.10

13.58


660-720

60

0.017

0.617

18.29

0.57

21.12

INCLUDES

695-705

10

0.029

1.460

3.05

0.99

50.00


720-730

10

-

0.379

3.05

-

12.96


730-805

75

0.018

0.400

22.86

0.60

13.70

INCLUDES

740-760

20

0.032

1.030

6.10

1.08

35.27


860-870

10

0.011

0.100

3.05

0.36

3.42


900-910

10

0.012

0.091

3.05

0.41

3.10









E12-05

0-120

120

0.050

0.267

36.58

1.71

9.16

INCLUDES

40-65

25

0.147

0.265

7.62

5.03

9.07

INCLUDES

65-85

20

VOID


6.10




420-430

10

0.083

0.105

3.05

2.83

3.60


515-540

25

0.053

0.072

7.62

1.83

2.47


865-880

15

0.013

0.186

4.57

0.46

6.38


895-905

10

0.023

0.090

3.05

0.77

3.08


930-950

20

0.621

1.408

6.10

21.26

48.22

INCLUDES

930-940

10

1.016

2.589

3.05

34.78

88.66


965-1010

45

0.096

0.273

13.72

3.28

9.33

INCLUDES

970-980

10

0.370

0.473

3.05

12.65

16.18


1010-1025

15

-

0.279

4.57

-

9.55


1025-1040

15

0.024

0.157

4.57

0.83

5.37


1040-1055

15

-

0.187

4.57

-

6.39


1065-1080

15

-

0.134

4.57

-

4.60


1080-1100

20

0.025

0.213

6.10

0.85

7.29


1100-1120

20

-

0.123

6.10

-

4.20


1130-1145

15

-

0.221

4.57

-

7.57


1145-1155

10

0.017

0.127

3.05

0.57

4.35









E12-06

120-135

15

0.019

0.283

4.57

0.64

9.69


710-735

25

0.017

0.372

7.62

0.58

12.75


790-805

15

-

0.124

4.57

-

4.24


805-840

35

0.091

0.897

10.67

3.10

30.73

INCLUDES

810-820

10

0.213

1.605

3.05

7.28

54.95









E12-07

505-610

105

0.027

0.279

32.00

0.93

9.56


685-705

20

0.011

0.091

6.10

0.37

3.13


735-780

45

-

0.443

13.72

-

15.18


780-800

20

0.012

0.419

6.10

0.42

14.35


800-820

20

-

0.365

6.10

-

12.48


820-830

10

0.015

0.600

3.05

0.50

20.53


830-845

15

-

0.706

4.57

-

24.17


845-875

30

0.021

0.293

9.14

0.73

10.02









E12-08

10-20

10

-

0.273

3.05

-

9.35


20-40

20

0.049

0.152

6.10

1.66

5.21


65-90

25

0.016

0.086

7.62

0.55

2.93


105-135

30

0.028

0.056

9.14

0.94

1.92


675-695

20

0.027

0.071

6.10

0.93

2.43


970-980

10

0.011

0.059

3.05

0.38

2.00


1025-1070

45

0.038

0.450

13.72

1.30

15.40


1070-1085

15

-

0.199

4.57

-

6.80


1095-1120

25

-

0.222

7.62

-

7.61


1130-1200

70

-

0.126

21.34

-

4.32









E12-09

335-380

45

0.142

1.165

13.72

4.87

39.90

INCLUDES

345-370

25

0.205

1.391

7.62

7.03

47.65


730-745

15

0.015

0.505

4.57

0.51

17.31


745-795

50

-

0.212

15.24

-

7.27


795-830

35

0.041

1.014

10.67

1.39

34.71









E12-10

305-320

15

0.046

0.376

4.57

1.59

12.87


325-340

15

0.016

0.168

4.57

0.54

5.76


555-565

10

0.031

0.485

3.05

1.04

16.61


745-765

20

0.093

0.066

6.10

3.19

2.27


805-820

15

0.038

0.258

4.57

1.30

8.82


830-905

75

0.111

1.382

22.86

3.79

47.34

INCLUDES

830-845

15

0.242

3.750

4.57

8.28

128.41

INCLUDES

875-900

25

0.160

1.441

7.62

5.47

49.36


905-915

10

-

0.144

3.05

-

4.91









E12-11

560-590

30

0.012

0.312

9.14

0.39

10.67


590-610

20

0.027

0.085

6.10

0.91

2.92


645-655

10

-

0.318

3.05

-

10.89


655-710

55

0.024

0.560

16.76

0.83

19.18


755-770

15

-

0.234

4.57

-

8.00









E12-12

260-285

25

0.142

0.457

7.62

4.88

15.64

INCLUDES

265-275

10

0.236

0.795

3.05

8.08

27.21


505-515

10

0.021

0.075

3.05

0.72

2.57


715-725

10

-

0.180

3.05

-

6.15


735-750

15

-

0.249

4.57

-

8.53


775-810

35

0.022

0.561

10.67

0.76

19.22

INCLUDES

795-805

10

0.057

1.378

3.05

1.95

47.19


920-940

20

-

0.623

6.10

-

21.33









E12-13

125-145

20

0.025

0.565

6.10

0.84

19.35


160-175

15

-

0.251

4.57

-

8.58


320-335

15

0.014

0.069

4.57

0.49

2.37


530-545

15

0.033

0.193

4.57

1.12

6.62


570-590

20

0.023

0.239

6.10

0.80

8.19


635-655

20

-

0.127

6.10

-

4.34


755-770

15

-

0.162

4.57

-

5.54


770-780

10

0.017

0.198

3.05

0.58

6.76


790-835

45

0.014

0.261

13.72

0.47

8.95


835-855

20

-

0.285

6.10

-

9.77


855-890

35

0.012

0.520

10.67

0.40

17.82









E12-14

0-35

35

0.035

0.480

10.67

1.21

16.44


45-80

35

0.044

0.205

10.67

1.49

7.01


95-140

45

0.087

0.355

13.72

2.97

12.17


140-150

10

-

0.148

3.05

-

5.05


150-160

10

0.026

0.469

3.05

0.87

16.06


160-170

10

-

0.137

3.05

-

4.67


170-180

10

0.090

6.350

3.05

3.08

217.47


180-195

15

-

0.156

4.57

-

5.35


235-245

10

-

0.167

3.05

-

5.70









E12-15

0-15

15

0.018

0.320

4.57

0.61

10.96


145-175

30

0.010

0.105

9.14

0.35

3.58


185-200

15

0.018

0.026

4.57

0.63

0.88


645-680

35

-

0.159

10.67

-

5.44


680-715

35

0.022

0.180

10.67

0.75

6.17


750-760

10

0.012

0.245

3.05

0.39

8.39


760-810

50

-

0.282

15.24

-

9.64


810-870

60

0.187

2.961

18.29

6.42

101.40

INCLUDES

820-870

50

0.237

3.607

15.24

8.13

123.51


870-900

30

-

0.142

9.14

-

4.86


935-945

10

0.011

0.395

3.05

0.38

13.53









E12-16

0-25

25

0.020

0.676

7.62

0.70

23.15


25-40

15

-

0.202

4.57

-

6.93


50-60

10

-

0.198

3.05

-

6.78


60-70

10

0.030

0.314

3.05

1.01

10.75


135-145

10

0.021

0.098

3.05

0.72

3.36


145-155

10

-

0.165

3.05

-

5.63


200-225

25

-

0.198

7.62

-

6.79


360-380

20

0.176

2.383

6.10

6.03

81.59

INCLUDES

365-375

10

0.298

4.060

3.05

10.19

139.02


380-390

10

-

0.118

3.05

-

4.02


415-435

20

-

0.716

6.10

-

24.51









E12-17

45-75

30

0.023

0.108

9.14

0.79

3.70


90-100

10

0.012

0.079

3.05

0.39

2.69


190-225

35

0.047

0.121

10.67

1.61

4.15


310-325

15

0.095

0.188

4.57

3.26

6.43


785-795

10

0.030

0.170

3.05

1.01

5.80


825-990

165

0.086

0.694

50.29

2.93

23.78

INCLUDES

830-855

25

0.271

1.144

7.62

9.29

39.16

INCLUDES

940-955

15

0.064

1.735

4.57

2.20

59.42


990-1045

55

-

0.181

16.76

-

6.20









E12-18

50-60

10

-

0.420

3.05

-

14.37


60-85

25

0.016

0.203

7.62

0.56

6.95


100-110

10

0.050

0.144

3.05

1.71

4.91


120-160

40

0.015

0.058

12.19

0.50

2.00


625-645

20

0.015

0.233

6.10

0.50

7.96


660-685

25

0.028

0.061

7.62

0.95

2.08


815-835

20

0.097

0.460

6.10

3.30

15.75


955-1015

60

0.091

0.340

18.29

3.13

11.65


1115-1150

35

-

0.132

10.67

-

4.52


1185-1200

15

0.044

0.386

4.57

1.52

13.21


1200-1210

10

-

0.145

3.05

-

4.95


1225-1240

15

0.019

0.051

4.57

0.64

1.75









E12-19

840-895

55

0.023

0.213

16.76

0.78

7.29


895-955

60

-

0.209

18.29

-

7.14









E12-20

205-215

10

0.015

0.040

3.05

0.51

1.35


635-655

20

-

0.178

6.10

-

6.10


680-710

30

0.033

0.654

9.14

1.12

22.40


740-755

15

0.018

0.418

4.57

0.62

14.32


755-775

20

-

0.181

6.10

-

6.21


775-785

10

0.030

0.521

3.05

1.03

17.83


785-805

20

-

0.419

6.10

-

14.33

INCLUDES

795-800

5

0.179

1.356

1.52

6.13

46.44


820-830

10

0.015

0.410

3.05

0.50

14.04


830-850

20

-

0.248

6.10

-

8.49


850-880

30

0.026

0.239

9.14

0.90

8.19


895-960

65

-

0.224

19.81

-

7.66

Ongoing Drilling Programs

The previously completed Spring Valley exploration drilling, the Lucerne West-side development drilling and the initial East-side step-out drilling were the first phases of the Company's 2012-2013 exploration program. Further phases will include infill drilling in the Dayton Resource Area, to support a mine plan and permitting activities for a second mine; infill drilling in the East-side of the Lucerne Resource Area, to support a mine plan and permitting activities for an expansion of the existing Lucerne Mine; and ultimately, Exploration drilling on high-priority targets outside the Lucerne and Dayton Resource Areas.

"The remaining East-side of Lucerne and Dayton infill drill programs will develop and expand mine plans for both Lucerne and Dayton and provide the precise engineering and economic plans for implementing our production growth plans in 2013 and beyond," stated Corrado De Gasperis, President and CEO of Comstock.

About Comstock Mining Inc.
Comstock Mining Inc. is a Nevada-based gold and silver mining company with extensive, contiguous property in the Comstock District.  The Company began acquiring properties in the Comstock District in 2003.  Since then, the Company has consolidated a significant portion of the Comstock District, amassed the single largest known repository of historical and current geological data on the Comstock region, secured permits, built an infrastructure and commenced production in 2012.  The Company continues acquiring additional properties in the district, expanding its footprint and creating opportunities for further exploration and mining.  The goal of its strategic plan is to deliver stockholder value by validating qualified resources (at least measured and indicated) and reserves (probable and proven) of 3,250,000 gold equivalent ounces in 2013, and commencing commercial mining and processing operations with annual production rates of 20,000 gold equivalent ounces.

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