Copper is one of the few metals you can purchase in the precious metals field that has a broader range of uses outside of precious metals. Copper is still used in the production of modern currency, though it is used in fairly low volumes in US cupronickel alloys. Even though it is used in a wide range of applications, you can still find copper in popular bar and round form... Read More
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Buying copper products offers investors something different than traditional gold and silver bullion items. Silver bullion is available in a wide range of items that include silver bullets, with that same medium now coming to copper. SilverTowne has now made its popular silver bullet options available as copper bullets. Now, 2 oz SilverTowne Copper Bullets in .308 Caliber ... Read More
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Copper bullets are a great way to kill two birds with one stone with regards to investing and collecting. Copper is growing in popularity as an investment vehicle, and for hunters and gun enthusiasts, so too is the practice of investing in precious metals that are shaped like live ammunition. With that said, it is important to note that while these copper bullets resemble live ammunition almost identically, they are not intended for nor made for use in a firearm. Copper may not be the only investment metal you are able to find in the shape of a bullet, but it is definitely one of the more popular.
The design of our copper bullets is meant to exactly replicate that of the live ammunition they are made to resemble. For that reason, a 12 gauge shotgun round will look and feel nearly identical to a live round. Of course, the weight may vary a bit from the actual thing, but unlike live ammunition, the heavier these bullets are the more value they carry.
Generally speaking, copper bullets weigh anywhere from 1 oz to 5 oz and carry a purity of .999. Unlike coins and some bullion bars, copper bullets do not boast any fancy features. In fact, copper bullets are among the most simply designed products we offer.
It may be a bit confusing to see copper bullion being offered by a dealer that has fine-tuned the art of selling gold, silver, and other popular precious metals, but it makes sense once you consider just how popular copper, as a metal, is becoming. As investors look to diversify their hard asset portfolios, the allure of copper is irresistible to those who are not so interested in mainstream hard assets, such as gold and silver.
Copper also has an immense presence in most aspects of industry, and, as larger parts of the world assimilate with everything the 21st century has to offer, the need for copper in industry will only grow. Copper can be found in most wires, in the foundation of buildings, electric motors, and a plethora of other facets of modern-day industry.
Every copper bullet we ship will be protected from damage and safely secured before being dispatched from our facilities. All shipments will be mailed fully insured against the unlikely occurrence of loss or damage during transit.
If you have any questions for JM Bullion, our customer service team will be happy to help. We encourage you to call us at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or send us an email with your written inquiries. For more information on payment methods, you can visit our Payment Methods FAQ at any time to find quick, easy answers to your questions.