DISCLAIMER: These are not real bullets, and they should never be loaded into a gun.
The exquisite and imaginative silver bullion bullet struck in .999 fine silver is an exceptional option for the judicious precious metals buyer looking to diversify his or her collection. Silver bullion bullets are replicas of actual ammunition and minted just like a coin, round or bar. These silver bullets look like real bullets but should never be fired from a weapon.
The distinctive design of the silver bullion bullets makes them valuable as a collector’s piece and also as an investment because of their .999 fine silver quality. Additionally, they provide a special gift option for the gun, military, or precious metals enthusiast.
The silver bullion bullet design is inspired by a classic bullet shape in a 2 oz .308 caliber round. The .308 caliber bullet is a great round to model after because it is an historical example of quality American manufacturing and design.
The 2 oz silver .308 caliber bullet is modeled after the classic .308 Winchester round. Still popular today, the Winchester .308 was originally produced in 1952 for the Winchester hunting rifle. At that time, NATO Special Operations Forces made the .308 their official bullet, renaming it the 7.62 NATO, for use in their service weapons.
Each one of our silver bullion bullets is stamped on the bottom with the individual weight and purity of .999 fine silver. Although brand new, it is normal for these silver bullet replicas to show some minor visual flaws that occur during the minting process. The .308 caliber silver bullion bullets can be purchased in boxes of ten or bought individually.