1 oz 999 Fine Silver Bullet .45 Caliber - New

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Product Highlights:

  • Product arrives in protective 10-packs or individually in plastic jewelry bags!
  • Reflects the appearance of a .45 caliber round!
  • Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
  • Ideal for those looking to purchase distinct silver products.

In America, you have the right to bear arms. Though these 1 oz silver bullets are not intended for firing from semi-automatic weaponry, investing in this type of silver can still help defend your investments against the fluctuations of modern markets. The 1 oz Silver Bullet .45 Caliber is a simple design with the inherent beauty of silver.

Folklore from around the world tells of the mythical power of such a silver bullet. It is believed that the best way to kill a werewolf is to shoot them with a silver bullet, while other tales say the silver bullet is capable of stopping witches, vampires, and other monsters dead in their tracks. While its impossible to know if thats really the case, these silver bullets can stop inflation in its tracks when it tries to wipe out your wealth.

Each 1 oz Silver Bullet available to you here is produced in the shape of a .45 caliber round. One of the most popular ammo rounds in the United States, the .45 caliber round actually went into development in the 1890s as the United States Military looked for a replacement for its aging .45 caliber single shot pistols.

Championed and designed by John Browning in 1905, the .45 caliber was eventually adopted in semi-automatic pistols issued to the United States Military starting in 1911. The M1911 pistol has an incredible range and impressive stopping power. Although Browning designed the .45 caliber round, General John T. Thompson was critical to its adoption in the US Military, where it was the standard-issue round in semi-automatic pistols from World War I to Vietnam and remains a top choice today.

If you look at these 1 oz Silver Bullet .45 Caliber products, youll notice a lack of imagery and markings. The products sole visual is an appearance similar to that of a real ammo round. Look at the bottom of the .45 caliber round and youll find engravings of the weight, purity, and metal content.