2 oz Silver Bullets (.308 Caliber, New)

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Product Highlights:

  • Silver arrives inside of 10-packs or individually in plastic!
  • Designed to reflect the look of .308 caliber rounds!
  • Contains 2 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
  • Unique way to expand the variety of products in your silver portfolio.

If youre looking for a unique option when you buy silver, the 2 oz Silver Bullet .308 Caliber round is a great choice. Not designed for use in actual firearms, the silver bullets available here are designed to look just like the .308 Winchester round.

All 2 oz Silver Bullet .308 Caliber designs are available to you with dimensions extremely close to those of the actual rounds. The silver bullets available here ship to you inside of protective plastic 10 packs.

Winchester Firearms is one of the oldest firearms companies in the United States. Founded in 1866 by Horace Smith and Daniel Wesson, who would later found Smith & Wesson Revolvers, Winchester traces its roots to 1850s America. The companys first major product was the Winchester Repeating Rifle, the first firearm capable of firing several rounds with a lever action in an era not far removed from musket-and-ball designs.

The .308 caliber round from Winchester was designed a century after the Winchester Repeater, hitting the market in 1952. In the aftermath of World War II and the formation of NATO, military members of the alliance sought to streamline product supply lines by adopting a common round for the shared defense bloc.

Winchesters .308 caliber round is incredibly popular with hunters and is believed by many to be the most widespread hunting round in the world today. It is most commonly used in the US today to hunt whitetail deer, pronghorn, and even caribou or black bear when necessary.

The 2 oz Silver .308 Caliber product available in this list accurately reflect the size and shape of a .308 Winchester round. The silver bullets have no designs or engravings on the surface areas, with the main attraction the design of the silver bullet itself. On the bottom near the design of the primer are the engravings of the weight, purity, and metal content.