About 10 Pack ACP of 1 oz Silver Bullets – Silvertowne
PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE NOT REAL BULLETS, THEY ARE REPLICAS.
The 1-ounce silver .45 caliber bullet is patterned after the classic .45 handgun cartridge invented by John Browning for the ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol) in 1905, or .45 Auto. After assessments and years of successful military testing, it was accepted as the standard chambering for Colt’s M1911 handgun, the standard-issue sidearm until 1986. ACPs are no longer the principal sidearm of the US military, but they are still used by police and military units across the globe. Furthermore, the cartridge’s effectiveness, speed, and accuracy have ensured that it remains a favorite among large-caliber sports shooters.
The weight and purity of the.999 pure silver contained in each Texas Silver Bullet are indicated by a hand stamp on the bottom of the bullet. Even though they are brand-new, silver bullet reproductions generally exhibit slight minting-related defects. Each bullet has dimensions of about 30.6 mm (1 7/32 inches) in height and 12.1 mm (1/2 inch) in width.
Available for purchase is a ten-piece set of 45-caliber silver bullion bullets is available for purchase wrapped in a gift-ready box with a bespoke caliber. A symbol for Texas Precious Metals, “.999 Fine Silver,” and “1 oz. Silver 45 CAL” are stamped on the cardboard box’s box sleeve. 10 oz. is the weight of the 10-count box.
- It includes 10 troy ounces of investment-grade .999 fine silver.
- The original Silvertowne minted,
- Domestically produced.
- This item is brand-new, uncirculated, and freshly minted.
- Designed to resemble ammunition for the .45 ACP Colt Automatic Pistol.
- Manufacturer: Silvertowne
- Purity: .999
- Thickness: 12.1 mm
- Diameter: 30 mm
- Condition: New
- Packaging: Case
- Inner Pack: 10
- IRA approved: yes
- CoA: No
More about the Silver Bullets
The .45 caliber round silver bullion bullet is not a bullet, but it is made of silver and polished to a high degree.999 pure silver. It is illegal to fire silver bullion bullets that look like real bullets because they are fakes struck to look like a coin, round, or bar. Only fools and gunfighters take the risk of firing one of these things.
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