Metal Mountain Resources Inc.
Gavin Mines Inc.

April 13th, 2010
Vancouver, British Columbia

Assays received for February 2010 Diamond Drilling Summary
Dome Mountain Project

Assays have been received for most of the February 2010 drilling program at the Dome Mountain Project. Two holes were planned as condemnation drilling in the area of a proposed tailings pond. The other eight holes were for exploration purpose, designed to test for an eastward extension of the Boulder Footwall Vein structure found in the Dome Mountain Mine. Assay results include first-pass sampling for both condemnation holes, and for all but one exploration hole. Results for exploration hole DM10-052 require confirmation before data release. Additional sampling was done later in March, for which results are still pending.

Listed below are composites of drill intersections. Please note that intersections are not true vein widths. Hole locations, azimuth and dip can be viewed in the previous news release of March 15, 2010, found at:

Exploration Drilling

Results correlate well with observed vein location and character in the drillcore. The best results were observed on the western-most cross-section, approximately 300 metres east of the nearest mine workings, and 150m east of intersections from previous drilling. The top hole, DM-10-053 intersected three separate veins, all with significant assays. The middle hole DM-10-054 included four veins, all with significant assays. The highest-grade sample composite shows encouraging width. The bottom hole DM-10-051 contained one significant assay. Boulder Footwall Vein was recognized in all three holes, representing a vertical vein extent of 140m.

In the central cross-section, the upper hole DM-10-050 reported one significant assay composite. Results from DM-10-052 are not reportable at this time. DM-10-047, the lowest-elevation hole, stopped short of the vein, and returned no significant assays.

On the eastern-most cross-section, holes DM-10-048 and DM-10-049 returned anomalous assays in the Boulder Footwall Vein.

Results from exploration drilling indicate a 400-metre horizontal extension of the Boulder Footwall Vein from mine workings, over a vertical extent of 140 metres. High gold assays indicate the grade potential within the vein structure. Additional drilling is recommended to follow up on these results.

Condemnation Drilling

Assays received to date from condemnation drilling produced no economically-interesting results. The vein seen in Hole DM-10-055 retuned a result of less than 1g/t gold. These two holes demonstrate the low potential of economic mineralization below the proposed tailings pond.

Quality Control/Quality Assurance for the drill program consisted of inserting standards, blanks and duplicates into the sample stream.

Daryl Hanson, P.Eng. is contracted as a consultant to the company and acted as the company's Qualified Person, as defined by National Instrument 43-101 during the drilling program, and has reviewed and approved the full contents of this news release.

For further information please contact:

Curtis Brazeau
VP of Communications
P: 778-846-4907


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