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Some real "silver bullets"

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Silver They're not meant for killing vampires in some future apocalypse nor are we referring to (light) beer. These silver bullets are made by the Northwest Territorial Mint and range from 1/4 oz (.22 LR) to 25 oz (22 mm). These are definitely not for every stacker - as you do pay a bit more of a premium - nor are they for real numismatic collectors because they are a private mint, this is bullion and we don't know about the size of their runs, etc. But you gotta give it to these guys - after its all said and done, these are the types of precious metal collectibles that would make collecting bullion fun. Here is a video for those wondering how they manage to make these various caliber/weight silver bullets.

Their offerings include:

1/4 Troy Ounce silver = .22 LR (there are rumours that the .22 may be cancelled)
5/8 Troy Ounce silver = 9 mm
One Troy Ounce silver = .45 ACP
One Troy Ounce silver = 5.56 NATO (.223 Rem)
1.5 Troy Ounce silver = .45 Long Colt
Two Troy Ounce silver = 7.62 NATO (.308)
Seven Troy Ounce silver = 12 Gauge
Ten Troy Ounce silver = .50 BMG
25 Troy Ounce silver = 20 MM

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