.308 Silver Bullet Bullion for Sale – Portland
2ozt (Ounce Troy) .999 Pure Silver .308 Bullet Shaped Bullion
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.308 Silver Bullet Bullion
Want load your battle rifle with ammo proven to drop zombies, vampires and FIAT currency inflation on their tracks?
Want to have the pure silver version of one the worlds most popular deer size game hunting rounds?
Want to have ammo that grows in value? Consider silver bullets!
Want to be asked if “that is a real silver bullet” and you answer “of course it is a silver bullet”
This is it!
.308 Silver Bullets: The Ultimate Silver Bullion Fetish
If you are reading this page, most likely you are like me, a firearms and precious metal fan. That is why I am so big on bullet shaped silver bullion. Collecting silver bullets is fun! .308 2ozt Silver bullion embodies a large part of what I am about, in solid piece of pure silver. If you are into firearms and precious metals, what can be more cool?
All precious metal bullion is good. However, most bullion is shaped in the more practical flat rounds and bar shapes. There is nothing wrong with that. Those shapes are great for storage and transportation. That works great for putting the silver bullion in a safe or carrying from one place to another. However, they are not fun. .308 shaped bullion is fun. You want to have it in front of you, look at it thousand times, enjoy how it is built, have it as a great conversation piece. In other words, .308 bullion is made not just for storage of value, but for enjoyment.
.308 bullion is not just made of .999 pure silver, it resembles so much the .308 firearm cartridge, that it fits perfectly in .308 / 7.62×51 NATO magazines and feeds smoothly into the firing chamber. Put the .308 silver bullet bullion in your rifle’s magazine, rack the bolt, and you will be on battery. Ready to fire. However, it will not fire. The reason is simple. This .308 silver bullet is an exact replica of a .308 round, but it is solid silver. So it is inert. It will not go bang, but it will still save you. It will save you because it is made of solid pure silver, which will always be on demand, has proven its value as unit of trade for thousands of years, and is being known to kill zombies and vampires.
Do you need protection against endless FIAT currency printing? Silver bullets are definitely the kind of round you need. In the short term silver may a somewhat go up and down. However, they will always beat printed money. A 1887 Silver Dollar is still good. Any printed currency of that time is worthless. You can hardly do anything with a modern electronic, printed or base metal dollar. All kinds of things can happen, but precious metals will always be the most trusted medium of exchange.
Cool Factor: 100%
I am into firearms. What can I say. I love shooting. It is a great sport. I love all kinds of firearms, like to know more about them and how they came about. Bullet shaped bullion is a great commemoration of this passion. To me, the cool factor of silver bullion is 100%.
One of my favorite rifle calibers is .308. This is the same as 7.62×51 Nato. It is battle and hunting proven. Most deer hunters in the US have at least one .308 hunting rifle. Most armed forces, to this day, at some level use the .308 ammo. All kinds of sniper rifles use .308 / 7.62×51 NATO ammo. The classic M1A Garand, FAL, CETME battle rifles use .308 cartrides. The new FN Scar is also cambered in .308 / 7.62×51 NATO. This cartridge will stay around for many more decades. That is cool. That is why you should own a .999 pure silver version of this venerable cartridge.
- Precious Metal Silver
- Fineness 999 parts per 1,000
- Net Weight 2 Ounce Troy
- Shape Extremely close to a .308 / 7.62×51 NATO Cartridge
- Protection against endless FIAT currency printing
- Known to be effective against zombies, werewolves and vampires
- Dracula will never get within shooting range of you
- Great fun shaped bullion that is a great conversation piece
- A beautifully crafted chunk of silver that is a joy to look at
- PROTECTION OF VALUE: In 50 years this bullion is still going to be silver. The US Dollar? I don’t know… Hopefully…
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