VANCOUVER, BC and HONG KONG, CHINA / ACCESSWIRE / October 28, 2021 / Reyna Silver Corp. (TSXV:RSLV; OTCQX:RSNVF; FRA: 4ZC) (“Reyna” or the “Company”) is pleased to report initial results for its 13-hole Phase 1 drilling program on its 100% owned Guigui Project in central Chihuahua, Mexico. The program was designed to narrow down the location of the probable source intrusion for the Santa Eulalia District- Mexico’s largest known Carbonate Replacement Deposit (CRD). Two holes have cut a previously unknown rhyolitic intrusion over 200 m thick that has extensive high-grade sulphide mineralization along its base. The most significant hole was GG21-28 which intersected 54.90 m (core length) of pervasive multi-stage epidote skarn alteration cut by at least 4 overprinted sulphide mineralization stages. Individual sulphide stages show distinctive silver, lead, zinc, and copper grades indicative of repeated pulses of mineralizing fluids (Figure 2 and Table 1). This combination of repeated sulphide mineralization overprinting pervasive high-temperature alteration (“skarn”) within a highly felsic intrusion strongly suggests that Hole GG21-28 lies close to the undiscovered source of the Santa Eulalia CRD system.