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IMPACT - Der neue Junior-Star am Silberhimmel 2006???


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So ich denke auch IMPACT Silver hat es verdient, einen eigenen Thread zu bekommen...

Hier ein paar wichtige Daten zu diesem Baby...


http://www.impactsilver.com/s/Home.asp

Also IMPACT hat ihre aussichtsreichen Properties in Mexiko (!) und der Dominikanischen Republik...




Hier noch einige Maps zur Mineralisierung des Gebietes in Mexiko,dessen neuerworbene Teile bereits ältere Minen und eine produktionsbereite Mühle beinhalten...





Und nun zum Gebiet in der Dominikanischen Republik:






Wenn das keine interessante Aktie ist... ;)
Ergänzung:

Da IMPACT bereits mit Teilen der neuerworbenen Minen in Produktion ist, erwirtschaftet das Unternehmen bereits einen kleinen Cash-Flow, um Modernisierungen und Explorationen zu bezahlen!!!

Hier der Financial Report für das 2.Quartal:

Press Release Source: IMPACT Silver Corp.


IMPACT Announces Record Second Quarter Results
Tuesday August 29, 7:05 pm ET ;)


VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Aug. 29, 2006) - IMPACT Silver Corp. (TSX VENTURE:IPT - News) is pleased to announce its results for the quarter ended June 30, 2006. The Company's consolidated financial statements include the results of Royal Mines of Zacualpan Project ("Zacualpan") that was purchased on January 16, 2006 and assumed production on January 18, 2006. For the quarter, the Company's net revenues were $1,965,192 and net profit was $428,508 ($0.01 EPS) up 128% from $188,276 in the first quarter. Zacualpan had an operating profit of $480,820. ;)

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1st Quarter 2nd Quarter Year to Date
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Revenue $ 1,142,916 $ 1,965,192 $ 3,108,108
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Net Income $ 188,276 $ 428,508 $ 616,784
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Production

IMPACT's first full day of production was January 18, 2006. Average mill throughput in the first half was 182 tpd. Preliminary results indicate on site operating costs were approximately Cdn. $50.00 per ton however we expect these to rise marginally with the inclusion of the costs of a number of the projects we have commenced.


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1st Quarter 2nd Quarter Year to Date
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Total Tons Produced 12,959 16,900 29,859
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Tons Produced per Day 180 184 182
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Silver Production (Ozs) 92,950 96,459 189,409
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Lead (t) 69.55 95.07 164.62
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Zinc (t) 139.86 200.67 340.53
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Cdn. $ direct costs
per ton $ 49.66 $ 51.67 $ 50.80
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At year end of the first quarter, mining was down to Level 9 at the high grade San Ramon Mine. Since then, the ramp has reached Level 10. Levels are about 10 to 12m apart. Material is brought to surface and trucked from the mine to the central processing plant.

During the first half, mining of medium grade mineral at the Guadalupe Mine continued on the 195m Level exploiting the Lipton, Lipton del Bajo and Liptonia Veins. More recently the mine has opened up additional workings on another parallel vein, the Paulina Vein. With the recent addition of a new Mine Geologist and Mine Surveyor, the Guadalupe Mine is being extensively remapped and explored. Several additional areas appear to represent possible additional production stopes and the mine's underground drill, after being refurbished has been assigned to the area. Material from the Guadalupe Mine is brought to surface on a skip and transported approximately only 300m to the plant.

Over the next six to nine months, the Company anticipates fluctuating mill grades as it emphasizes the underground program to develop more workings and to access some historic mining stopes.

Developments

Subsequent to the recent financing, IMPACT began upgrading the operations with the objective of increasing production and recoveries, and bringing the operations up to modern standards by the end of 2007. Mine management has also initiated safety and community relation programs, hiring specific personnel for these areas. In February, the first independent review for mine water discharge for environmental purposes was completed at four of the Company's workings, with very satisfactory results. The previously announced program of rehabilitation and preventative maintenance for mobile equipment and the mill is underway, with the objective of improving recoveries and reducing equipment downtime.

Outlook

Now that IMPACT has consolidated its dominant land position in the district, future plans for the Royal Mines of Zacualpan Silver Project focus upgrading and expanding operations, and carrying out extensive exploration to build mineral inventories for mining. Toward these ends IMPACT has begun upgrading equipment in the mines and the processing plant which combined with engineering and metallurgical studies are improving metal recoveries and set the stage for expansion of production. IMPACT anticipates that its program of upgrades and expansion of production utilizing funds from the April financing will span to the end of 2007. In exploration IMPACT is carrying out an extensive program through 2006 that includes drill programs designed to expand the active mining areas and test high priority exploration targets for new zones of mineralization. Drilling is being done both from surface using a contractor and from underground using a drill owned by the mine.

IMPACT Silver Corp. is a silver focused mining and exploration company with projects in Mexico and the Dominican Republic.

On behalf of the Directors of IMPACT Silver Corp.

Frederick W. Davidson, President, CEO

The TSX Venture Exchange has neither approved nor disapproved this news release.



Contact:
Darrell Rader
IMPACT Silver Corp.
Corporate Development
(604) 681-9501
(604) 681-6813 (FAX)
inquiries@IMPACTSilver.com
www.IMPACTSilver.com


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Source: IMPACT Silver Corp.
;)
Wurde auch Zeit mit dem Thread bevor das Ding auf 0,0001 ist.:D

Sieht mal wieder ganz nach hochpushen,abladen fallenlassen aus u.wir befinden uns in Phase 3.;)

Nur,woher kam der Push :confused: (Invest Inside):cry:
Also das Volumen in Deutschland ist wirklich der blanke Wahnsinn!!! :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Tue Sep 19, 2006
IMPACT Silver Achieves Tier 1 Status on TSX Venture Exchange

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IMPACT Silver Corp. (IPT: TSX-V) is pleased to announce that it has achieved Tier 1 status on the TSX Venture Exchange. Tier 1 is the Exchange's premier tier and is reserved for the Exchange's most advanced issuers. Tier 1 issuers benefit from decreased filing requirements and improved service standards.

"This recognition by the Exchange as a Tier 1 issuer solidifies our accomplishments and is another step in the overall growth strategy of IMPACT", said Mr. Fred Davidson, President of the Company.

IMPACT Silver Corp. is a silver focused mining and exploration company with a producing silver mine at Zacualpan, Mexico, a new project at Zacatecas, Mexico and other projects in the Dominican Republic. Energold Drilling Corp. (EGD: TSX-V) owns 6.6 million shares of IMPACT.


On behalf of the Directors of IMPACT Silver Corp.

"Frederick W. Davidson"
President, CEO


For further information, please contact:
Darrell Rader or Sean Rakhimov
Corporate Development
IMPACT Silver Announces Signing of Comprehensive Agreement for Veta Grande Silver Project
via COMTEX

September 28, 2006

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Sep 28, 2006 (CCNMatthews via COMTEX News Network) --

IMPACT Silver Corp. ("IMPACT") (TSX VENTURE:IPT) is pleased to announce that it has signed a comprehensive agreement for the Veta Grande Project in the Zacatecas Silver District of Mexico. The project consists of mining concessions and a 200-tonne-per-day (-tpd) processing plant with associated surface rights.

THE AGREEMENT

The new comprehensive agreement is effectively a more detailed version of the Letter Option Agreement announced July 10, 2006 and accepted for filing by the TSX Venture Exchange on July 21, 2006.

Under the agreement, IMPACT may purchase the Veta Grande Silver Project assets over a period of four years from a private Mexican vendor. IMPACT may purchase the assets for US$1,120,000 and 500,000 shares in stages, as follows, plus commit to US$700,000 in work expenditures (US$350,000 in each of the first two years): IMPACT paid US$10,000 on signing of the Letter Option Agreement and paid US$370,000 and 100,000 shares to the vendor on signing of a comprehensive agreement. With these payments, IMPACT has acquired a 25% interest in any Net Revenues from material processed through the plant. Of this amount, US$330,000 was used to pay off existing debt on the processing plant. After 18 months and further payments of US$200,000 and 100,000 shares, IMPACT will earn a total 40% interest in any Net Revenues from material processed through the plant. After 36 months and further payments of US$240,000 and 200,000 shares, IMPACT will earn a total 60% interest in any Net Revenues from material processed through the plant. After 48 months and further payments of US$300,000 and 100,000 shares, IMPACT will earn a 100% interest in the project with no underlying royalties. IMPACT may accelerate the payments and work commitments at any time after the first 18 months and upon completion of the cash and share payments will earn a 100% interest in the project. Under the agreement, the vendor may mine and process material from the properties until IMPACT exercises its purchase option. Day-to-day management and operations responsibility for the processing plant remain with the vendor until such time as IMPACT completes its obligations under the comprehensive option purchase agreement.

THE PROJECT

The Veta Grande Project consists of four mining concessions, one concession application, surface rights and a 200-tpd processing plant. Two of the initial targets on the concessions are the Cristian and San Pascual Mines. The Cristian mine, which last produced in 2003, still has its shaft hoisting equipment in place in anticipation of the recommencement of operations. IMPACT was not able to access the workings, but samples from surface dumps returned 310g/t silver, 24.2% lead and 8.0% zinc from a high grade stockpile and 93g/t silver, 0.43% lead and 1.4% zinc from a low grade waste dump. The San Pascual Mine last produced about 20 years ago. A representative sample of the dump around the shaft assayed 875g/t silver. A representative sample from the dump beside the nearby Pirul shaft assayed 525g/t silver. Planned work at these and other sites controlled by IMPACT will consist of exploration and evaluation followed by drilling.

The 200-tpd processing plant was built in 2000 and last operated in 2003. IMPACT engineers are making a full assessment of the plant and associated facilities as part of IMPACT's continuing due diligence work. The vendor is making plans to restart milling operations at the processing plant and expects to be back in production on a custom milling basis in the near future. The surface rights to the area around the plant are also included in the agreement.

FUTURE PLANS

The Zacatecas Silver District is one of the largest historic silver districts in the world with past production estimated at 1.2 billion ounces. The Veta Grande Silver Project represents an initial foothold in the core of the district from which IMPACT plans to leverage itself through acquisitions and joint ventures to become the district's dominant player. IMPACT has begun due diligence, exploration and engineering work to evaluate the production potential of the properties and the processing plant. IMPACT is currently evaluating other concessions in the district as potential acquisitions.

This acquisition is part of IMPACT's strategy of building a mid-tier Silver producer based on an aggressive development and acquisition plan focusing on Mexico and silver. Through its network of local contacts, IMPACT continues to seek out undervalued assets that can represent consolidation opportunities in historically significant silver districts.

George Gorzynski, P.Eng., a Qualified Person under the meaning of Canadian National Instrument 43-101, is responsible for the technical content of this news release. Rock samples were collected from dumps beside old mine workings. All samples were shipped to the ALS Chemex preparation laboratory in Guadalajara, Mexico, where they were fine crushed (70% passing a 2mm screen), pulverized (85% passing a 75 micron screen) and pulp split-separated for assay by a riffle splitter. These pulps were shipped to the ALS Chemex laboratory in North Vancouver, Canada, where a 30-gram split of each was assayed for gold and silver by standard fire assay and a 10-gram split was analysed for an additional 30 elements by ICP spectrometry.

IMPACT Silver Corp. is a Tier 1 silver focused mining and exploration company with two producing silver mines at Zacualpan, Mexico, an advanced-stage silver project at Zacatecas, Mexico, and other projects in the Dominican Republic. Energold Drilling Corp. (TSX VENTURE:EGD) owns 6.6 million shares of IMPACT.

On behalf of the Directors of IMPACT Silver Corp.

Frederick W. Davidson, President, CEO

SOURCE: IMPACT Silver Corp.

IMPACT Silver Corp. Darrell Rader Corporate Development (604) 681-9501 (604) 681-6813 (FAX) Email: inquiries@IMPACTSilver.com Website: www.IMPACTSilver.com

Copyright (C) 2006 CCNMatthews. All rights reserved.
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Impact Discovers New High Grade Silver Shoot
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IMPACT Silver Corp. ("IMPACT") is pleased to announce drill results
from the Royal Mines of Zacualpan Silver Project. These initial
results are from the first two target areas tested: Chivo Prospect and
San Ramon Extension. A significant high-grade silver shoot was
discovered at the Chivo Prospect.

CHIVO SILVER SHOOT

The Chivo Silver Shoot is located in the southern part of the Zacualpan
silver district and represents a new zone of high grade silver
mineralization at the Zacualpan Project. Following up on previous high
grade underground sampling (1,095g/t Silver over 1.25m TW) and surface
sampling (2,640 g/t Silver over 0.85m TW), IMPACT drilled an initial
eight holes on the Chivo Shoot. The holes only tested the Chivo zone
over a length of 60m and a downdip depth of 190m. The boundaries of
the Shoot are not known and the zone remains open in all directions for
expansion. Results included the following:


CHIVO SHOOT DRILL HOLES
DRILL TOP OF ESTIMATED SILVER SILVER GOLD ZINC LEAD
HOLE No. INTERCEPT TRUE WIDTH (g/t) (oz/t) (g/t) (%) (%)
(m) (m)
7 44.4 1.1 841 24.5 0.63 0.43 0.32

8 50.5 2.4 422 12.3 0.25 1.54 0.69
Including: 0.9 783 22.8 0.38 1.37 0.56

9 51.4 0.9 122 3.6 0.35 0.59 0.38

10 59.1 2.7 937 27.3 0.35 1.88 0.75
Including: 0.7 2,380 69.4 0.43 4.83 1.85

11 55.1 0.9 153 4.5 1.07 0.85 0.22

12 63.7 0.9 460 13.4 0.53 0.45 0.36

13 80.2 3.5 249 7.3 0.15 2.27 0.93
Including: 0.4 1,170 34.1 0.26 9.65 3.90

14 40.6 1.3 274 8.0 0.55 4.40 1.02

SAN RAMON MINE EXTENSION

Five holes successfully tested the economic boundaries of the San Ramon
Mine. These holes were drilled to determine the size of the San Ramon
Mine and to plan for future mining. The holes were drilled to depths
of between 85m to 180m below Level 10 of the San Ramon zone, the area
of current mining. Mining has been progressing at a rate of
approximately one 10-meter level every two months at San Ramon. It
appears the deepest of the five holes cut the roots of the San Ramon
mineralization. The most significant results returned:


SAN RAMON DRILL HOLES
DRILL TOP OF ESTIMATED SILVER SILVER GOLD ZINC LEAD
HOLE No. INTERCEPT TRUE WIDTH (g/t) (oz/t) (g/t) (%) (%)

1 243.6 0.9 279 8.1 0.11 2.52 1.47
Including 0.2 957 27.9 0.04 2.66 1.02

4 133.8 0.9 746 21.8 0.36 3.08 1.08


The Royal Mines of Zacualpan Silver Project includes two operating
silver mines, a 500-tonne-per-day (tpd) operating plant (currently
operating at about 200 tpd) and associated mineral concessions covering
124.5km2 over most of the Zacualpan Silver District. Production is
presently coming from the Guadalupe Mine in the center of the district
and the San Ramon Mine in the southeastern part of the district.
IMPACT's future plans call for continuing production while
simultaneously expanding and upgrading operations to modern standards.

George Gorzynski, P.Eng. and Nigel Hulme, P.Geo., Qualified Persons
under the meaning of Canadian National Instrument 43-101, are
responsible for the technical content of this news release. Drill core
was NTW size (5.71cm diameter) and BTW size (4.20 cm diameter). Half
core samples were collected with a rock saw, tagged for identification
and securely stored at the IMPACT base camp until shipment. Chip and
channel samples were collected from cleaned rock faces in old mine
workings and from bedrock outcrops over a continuous representative
interval using a moil and hammer. A total of 5% assay standards and
blanks were inserted into every sample shipment as a quality control
measure. All samples were shipped to the ALS Chemex preparation
laboratory in Guadalajara, Mexico, where they were fine crushed (70%
passing a 2mm screen), pulverized (85% passing a 75 micron screen) and
pulp split separated for assay by a riffle splitter. These pulps were
shipped to the ALS Chemex laboratory in North Vancouver, Canada, where
a 30g split of each was assayed for gold and silver by standard fire
assay and a 10g split was analysed for an additional 30 elements by ICP
spectrometry.

IMPACT Silver Corp. is a Tier 1 silver focused mining and exploration
company with two producing silver mines at Zacualpan, Mexico, an
advanced-stage silver project at Zacatecas, Mexico, and other projects
in the Dominican Republic. Energold Drilling Corp. (EGD:TSX.V) owns
6.6 million shares of IMPACT.

On behalf of the Directors of IMPACT Silver Corp.

"Frederick W. Davidson"
President, CEO

For further information, please contact:
Darrell Rader, Corporate Development
Telephone: 604-681-9501


The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the
adequacy or accuracy of this news release.

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Copyright (c) 2006 IMPACT SILVER CORP. (IPT) All rights reserved. For
more information visit our website at http://www.impactsilver.com/ or
send mailto:inquiries@impactsilver.com
Message sent on Thu Oct 12, 2006 at 10:33:40 AM Pacific Time
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Impact Acquires Two New Silver Projects
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IMPACT Silver Corp. ("IMPACT") is pleased to announce that it has
purchased 100% interest in the San Sabino and Salvador properties in
the historic Zacatecas Mining District in Mexico. IMPACT has also
received the first sampling results from its wholly owned San Jose
Project.

SALVADOR PROPERTY

The Salvador Property is located approximately 5 km southeast of the
Veta Grande processing plant. Vein outcroppings and old workings
indicate that the primary vein within the Salvador property can be
traced for greater than 1 km. The central 400 m of the open pits trace
a very well defined 2-5 m wide structure and a secondary vein nearby.
There are three main shafts along the length of the vein: one at a
presumed vein intersection and another outside the principal vein area,
presumably for the ore extraction, access and services. There are at
least two known splays to the principle vein. Along the length of the
vein there are old mine dumps of various sizes. Results from the
sampling done to date of the main dumps are as follows:

SAMPLE SAMPLE Ag Ag Au Pb Zn
NUMBER DESCRIPTION g/t Oz/t g/t % %

DUMP #1
400198 random material 109.0 3.2 0.137 0.20 0.34
400199 selected material 947.0 27.6 0.729 0.64 1.93
DUMP #2
400200 random material 288.0 8.4 0.303 0.24 0.36
399701 selected material 265.0 7.7 0.151 0.14 0.13
DUMP #3
399703 random material 199.0 5.8 0.326 0.19 0.37
399704 selected material 976.0 28.5 0.618 0.52 0.43
DUMP #4
399705 random material 276.0 8.1 0.098 0.20 0.28
399706 selected material 922.0 26.9 0.138 0.40 0.46
DUMP #5
399707 random material 82.0 2.4 0.159 1.24 0.42
399708 selected material 159.0 4.6 0.57 1.42 2.95
DUMP #6
399709 random material 201.0 5.9 0.266 0.35 0.14
399710 selected material 683.0 19.9 0.349 0.33 0.86

SAN SABINO PROPERTY

The San Sabino property is located approximately 8 km north of the Veta
Grande processing plant. The property covers a 500-meter section of
the San Sabino Vein marked by old workings and trenches. In the main
showing area an old open cut and an old small mine dump are present.
Random samples from this dump assayed 303 g/t silver and a selected
high grade sample ran 834 g/t silver. A chip sample taken from a
remnant pillar across the open cut assayed 260 g/t silver across a true
width of 2.35 m.

There is a perpendicular structure that appears to intersect this
structure at or near the open workings. This secondary vein has only
one small test pit and appears to have not been mined. It outcrops
across a width of 3.0 m and one sample across this width returned 290
g/t silver.

SAN JOSE

The San Jose property is located 5 km northwest of the Veta Grande
processing plant. The project was acquired as part of the Veta Grande
Silver Project purchase. (See News Release dated September 28, 2006.)
The property has at least two veins and covers a 500-meter section of
the principal vein. There are two open shafts with approximately 50 m
depth to the water table. In the vicinity of the two primary shafts
are a number of runs of mine dumps. Results from the sampling of these
dumps are as follows:

SAMPLE SAMPLE Ag Ag Au Pb Zn
NUMBER DESCRIPTION g/t Oz/t g/t % %

DUMP #1
400126 selected material 4,970 145 6.74 1.67 2.98
400127 random material 122 3.6 0.15 n/a n/a
DUMP #2
400128 Selected material 200 5.8 0.22 n/a 1.12
DUMP #3
400131 selected material 4,200 122.5 7.73 1.37 1.68
400130 random material 525 15.3 1.07 1.87 n/a

There is considerable exploration potential at San Jose in at least two
exploration targets that have been identified within the property.
Further work is required in these areas, including sampling and
mapping.

FUTURE PLANS

This acquisition is part of IMPACT's strategy of building a mid-tier
silver producer based on an aggressive development and acquisition plan
focusing on Mexico and silver. Through its network of local contacts,
IMPACT continues to seek out undervalued assets that can represent
consolidation opportunities in significant silver districts.

George Gorzynski, P.Eng., a Qualified Person under the meaning of
Canadian National Instrument 43-101, is responsible for the technical
content of this news release. Rock samples were collected from dumps
beside old mine workings. All samples were shipped to the ALS Chemex
preparation laboratory in Guadalajara, Mexico, where they were fine
crushed (70% passing a 2mm screen), pulverized (85% passing a 75 micron
screen) and pulp split-separated for assay by a riffle splitter. These
pulps were shipped to the ALS Chemex laboratory in North Vancouver,
Canada, where a 30-gram split of each was assayed for gold and silver
by standard fire assay and a 10-gram split was analysed for an
additional 30 elements by ICP spectrometry.

IMPACT Silver Corp. is a Tier 1 silver focused mining and exploration
company with two producing silver mines at Zacualpan, Mexico; an
advanced-stage silver project at Zacatecas, Mexico; and, other projects
in the Dominican Republic. Energold Drilling Corp. (EGD:TSX.V) owns
6.6 million shares of IMPACT.

On behalf of the Directors of IMPACT Silver Corp.

"Frederick W. Davidson"
President, CEO

For further information, please contact:
Darrell Rader, Corporate Development
Telephone: 604-681-9501

The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the
adequacy or accuracy of this news release.

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Copyright (c) 2006 IMPACT SILVER CORP. (IPT) All rights reserved. For
more information visit our website at http://www.impactsilver.com/ or
send mailto:inquiries@impactsilver.com
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Impact Silver Options Three Projects to Yale Resources
via COMTEX

October 18, 2006

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Oct 18, 2006 (CCNMatthews via COMTEX News Network) --

IMPACT Silver Corp. ("IMPACT") (TSX VENTURE:IPT) is pleased to announce that it has optioned 65% interest in its wholly owned San Sabino, Salvador and San Jose Projects to Yale Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:YLL). The three properties, collectively called the Zacatecas Venture, are all located in the historic Zacatecas Mining District in Mexico.

This agreement allows Yale to acquire a 65% interest in the properties by reimbursing to IMPACT the property purchase costs and spending a minimum of US$100,000 on exploration including a 500-meter drill program on each property within 18 months. Yale will then have an option to increase its interest to 80% in each property by paying IMPACT US$125,000 in either cash or shares, at IMPACT's discretion. IMPACT will be the operator and retain a 20% carried interest in each project.

IMPACT is currently developing a base of operations surrounding the Veta Grande processing plant in Zacatecas. By partnering with others to take on work commitments, IMPACT is significantly accelerating its growth strategy in Zacatecas while still retaining significant interests in a continuously growing portfolio of projects. In the coming months IMPACT expects to announce additional acquisitions, some of which will remain entirely in the IMPACT portfolio while others will be offered for joint venture.

IMPACT Silver Corp. is a Tier 1 silver focused mining and exploration company with two producing silver mines at Zacualpan, Mexico; an advanced-stage silver project at Zacatecas, Mexico; and, other projects in the Dominican Republic. Energold Drilling Corp. (TSX VENTURE:EGD) owns 6.6 million shares of IMPACT.

On behalf of the Directors of IMPACT Silver Corp.

Frederick W. Davidson, President, CEO

SOURCE: IMPACT Silver Corp.

IMPACT Silver Corp. Darrell Rader Corporate Development (604) 681-9501 (604) 681-6813 (FAX) Email: inquiries@IMPACTSilver.com Website: www.IMPACTSilver.com

Copyright (C) 2006 CCNMatthews. All rights reserved.
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