Silver bullets are an increasingly popular option for those looking to invest in silver bullion. Bullets have the advantage of providing unique ways to invest in silver of different weights, while also appealing to collectors. Silver bullets tend to attract the most collector interest among historians, military veterans, and 2nd Amendment enthusiasts. Today, 10 oz Rhodium and Gold Plated Silver Bullets are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside a presentation box!
- Replicates the .50 caliber ammunition round!
- Includes rhodium and gold plating!
- Contains 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Exact size and shape of a .50 caliber bullet.
- Weight, metal content, purity, and SilverTowne mint mark on the base.
John Browning can rightly be considered the father of most of the modern ammunition and firearms in the United States Military arsenal. In the first two decades of the 20th century he developed the powerful .45 caliber round for semi-automatic pistols and the devastating .50 caliber round for machine guns. Both enjoy continued use in various branches of the military.
All of the 10 oz Rhodium and Gold Plated Silver Bullets in this product listing are available with a beautiful presentation box. The box includes an outer shipping sleeve that identifies the weight, purity, metal content, and replica caliber of the silver bullet within. Slide the shipper sleeve off the box and you will find the presentation box within the securely stores your new 10 oz silver bullet.
Each 10 oz Rhodium and Gold Plated Silver .50 Caliber bullet takes on the exact shape and size of the .50 caliber round. Originally developed by John Browning for use in heavy machine guns during World War I, the .50 caliber round saw wide use during World War II on a number of platforms and eventually became a trusted long-range sniper round in the decades following World War II.
These 10 oz Silver .50 Caliber Bullets have additional plating with rhodium and gold for enhanced visual brilliance. The shell casing of the bullet has a radiant plating of rhodium that adds visual luster, while the projectile round at the top and the firing pin at the base have a stunning gold plating.
SilverTowne was opened in 1949 by Leon Hendrickson in Winchester, Indiana, as a small antique and coin shop. Today, SilverTowne Mint is one of the most respected private mints in the United States.
Please contact JM Bullion if you have questions about these silver bullets. We are available at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.