Kent Reports Archean Star Samples 13.55% Copper and 15.3 g/t

Kent Reports Archean Star Samples 13.55% Copper and 15.3 g/t Au Gold
at Monitor 
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/06/12 -- Kent
Exploration Inc. ("Kent" or the "Company") (TSX
VENTURE:KEX)(OTCBB:KXPLF) reports that Archean Star Resources Inc.
("Archean") reports that it has received High Grade copper and gold
assay results from samples taken at the historic Monitor Mine,
located approximately 30 km (17 mi) ESE from the town of Wallace,
Idaho, in the historic and highly prolific Coeur D'Alene Mining
Archean has engaged Dr. G. E. Ray, P. Geol., to conduct a National
Instrument NI-43-101-Compliant Report on the Monitor Property. During
a property visit to the Monitor as part of the NI-43-101 Report
preparation, fifteen mineralized grab samples were taken by Dr. Ray
at random locations from the historic (1910) mine waste dumps. Three
samples were taken from the Richmond shaft waste dump, eight samples
from the Monitor shaft waste dump, and five samples from the Richmond
adit portal waste dump. 
The most significant sample assay reported was 13.55% Cu, with two
samples assaying over 7% Cu, and two samples containing over 5% Cu.
Of the fifteen samples, only two assayed less than 1% Cu. The highest
gold assays reported were 15.45 g/t Au, 9.67 g/t Au and 3.83 g/t Au
from three samples taken from near the Monitor shaft location.
Anomalous gold and silver values were also reported in fourteen of
the fifteen samples taken with one sample assaying 57.70 g/t silver.
(Grab samples are selective by nature and are unlikely to represent
average grades of the deposits). The assay results from the sampling
program substantially confirms the presence of high-grade copper and
gold mineralization at the Monitor. The complete assay information
from all the samples assayed are tabulated below.  
Subsequent to completing the sampling program, the Company commenced
clearing and making safe the portal to the Monitor adit, that is
approximately 1,700 feet lower in elevation than the Monitor shaft
collar at approximately 5,820 feet elevation. This was done in order
to commence an underground mapping and sampling program of the adit.
In a historic book report published by the Montana Idaho Copper
Company called: "To the Monitor Vein", stated that up to the late
1920's approximately 25 men worked on developing the approximately 10
foot wide and 10 foot high adit. Approximately 3,865 feet in from the
adit portal a vein between 10 to 30 feet wide of copper-bearing
siderite was reportedly intersected.(i) 
Historic production records from past underground exploration and
development work at the Monitor Mine reported that 1,562 tons were
shipped to the Tacoma smelter in the early 1900's with average
reported smelter returns of 14.92% copper, (298.3 lb/ton), 23.6 g/t
silver (0.76 opt Ag) and a reported average of 7.7 g/t Au (0.24
opt/Au) was produced. (i) 

            Sample                                Copper     Gold   Silver
Sample       Location       Sample Notes              (%)    (g/t)    (g/t)
Mon1        Richmond shaft  Qtz. carbonate          3.63    0.643     3.37
                            quartzite with                                
                            abundant Cu and Fe                            
Mon2        Richmond shaft  Qtz rich siltstones     0.19    0.015     0.15
                            with minor Cu                                 
Mon3        Monitor shaft   Bedded quartzite        0.06        -     0.02
                            with minor coatings                           
                            of Cu & Fe oxides                             
Mon4        Monitor shaft   Bedded quartzite        2.90    0.104     0.37
                            with minor                                    
                            carbonate and                                 
                            abundant Cu-Fe                                
                            oxides with                                   
Mon5        Monitor shaft   Massive quartzite       8.60    0.113     0.84
                            with abundant Cu-Fe                           
Mon6        Monitor shaft   Bedded argillite       13.55    0.215     1.29
                            with minor Cu-Fe                              
                            oxides with pyrite                            
                            & chalcopyrite                                
Mon7        Monitor shaft   Quartz rich             7.30    0.571     1.79
                            dolomite with                                 
                            siderite, Cu-Fe                               
                            oxides, malachite                             
                            and trace                                     
Mon8        Monitor shaft   Bedded qtz-             5.48    15.45     4.25
                            carbonate metaseds                            
                            with Cu oxides,                               
                            siderite, quartz                              
                            veining and trace                             
Mon9        Monitor shaft   Composite sample of     1.99     3.83     2.05
                            fine grained rusty                            
                            & Cu oxide stained                            
                            quartz rich                                   
Mon10       Richmond adit   Bedded carbonate-       7.14    0.104     3.11
                            bearing quartzites                            
                            with Cu-Fe oxides,                            
                            minor pyrite,                                 
                            chalcopyrite &                                
Mon11       Richmond adit   Massive quartzite       3.77    0.021     3.62
                            with Cu-Fe oxides                             
                            and minor quartz                              
Mon12       Richmond adit   Bedded quartzites       2.71    0.011     3.45
                            with Cu-Fe oxides                             
Mon13       Richmond adit   Bedded carbonate-       2.46    0.011     1.89
                            bearing quartzites                            
                            with Cu-Fe oxides                             
                            and siderite                                  
Mon14       Richmond adit   Quartzite with          5.80    0.032     0.29
                            abundant secondary                            
                            Cu-Fe minerals                                
                            (including wad) &                             
Mon15       Monitor shaft   Quartzite with          1.76     9.67    57.70
                            minor pyrite-                                 
                            abundant Cu-Fe                                
                            oxides and abundant                           
                            grey qtz veins                                

(i) Archean advises that historic information presented has not been
Kent holds an approximate 18% interest in Archean Star Resources Inc. 
Kent Exploration Inc. is a junior exploration company with a 100%
interest in all its major projects, and is planning on building
shareholder value through establishing cash flow from its Flagstaff
Mountain, WA, barite mine, and then from its now wholly owned
bentonite property in Nevada. Any positive cash flow is intended to
reduce dilution and fund exploration on its three major gold
prospects (Alexander River, Paparoa and Lyell), in the highly
prolific West Coast South Island gold fields of New Zealand.
Additional shareholder value has been established through its
approximately 18% interest in Archean Star Resources Inc, ("Archean")
which is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol ASP.  
The Company has an experienced management and technical team with
extensive exploration expertise and offers investors the potential
for a major gold discovery on its New Zealand gold projects.  
This News Release has been prepared on behalf of the Kent Exploration
Inc. Board of Directors, which accepts full responsibility for its
contents. The contents of this news release has been reviewed and
approved by Dr. Clay Conway, P. Geol., a Qualified Person as
recognized by National Instrument NI-43-101 and a director of the
Graeme O'Neill, President 
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange, nor its Regulation Services
Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture
Exchange), has reviewed, nor do they accept responsibility for, the
adequacy or accuracy of this news release. 
Kent Exploration Inc.
Graeme O'Neill
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