10 oz Silver Bullets (.50 Caliber BMG) - Silver.com™
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10 oz Silver Bullets (.50 Caliber BMG, New)

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Machine guns are a powerful force that came of age with devastating effect on the battlefields of World War I. Feeling their arms were underwhelming, the United States Military improved upon its heavy machine guns of World War I with the new M2 Browning machine gun firing 50 caliber rounds. Today, 10 oz Silver Bullet 50 Caliber products are available to you online at Silver.com.

Bullet Highlights:

  • Ships to you inside of a custom box with an included shipping sleeve from SilverTowne!
  • Imitates the look of a 50 caliber round for the M2 Browning machine gun!
  • Consists of Ten Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
  • Accurate size and shape of a 50 caliber round.
  • Primer area features markings the weight, purity, metal content, and mint of origin.
  • Silver bullets NOT operable as live ammunition.

During World War I, heavy machine guns were used to mow down waves of incoming troops during trench warfare. Lessons were learned as a result of the mass casualties and nations began to adopt heavy machine guns with greater standoff range and greater firepower. The M2 Browning machine gun from famed American gun designer John Browning was the first 50-caliber machine gun in the United States Military arsenal and debuted in 1933.

All 10 oz Silver Bullet 50 Caliber BMG products in this listing are available to you from SilverTowne inside of a custom box with each bullet housed individually. The silver bullets in this listing are housed in those boxes and shipped within SilverTowne sleeves that double as a Certificate of Authenticity for your purchase.

The 10 oz Silver Bullet 50 Caliber product available here today reflects the same size and shape of a real-life 50 caliber round, even though these bullets are not capable of firing. The rounds accurately imitate the 50 caliber round Browning designed to go with his M2 Browning machine gun. The M2 BMG replaced the M1919 Browning machine gun firing .30-06 caliber rounds and has continued in service with the United States Military from World War II to the present day.

On the bottom of 10 oz Silver Bullets, you’ll find small engravings from the mint at SilverTowne. Here you’ll notice the weight, purity, and metal content of the silver bullet as “10 oz,” “999,” and “AG.” Each round also has a marking the SilverTowne pick ax near the primer.

SilverTowne is a small private mint in Winchester, Indiana. It was initially opened as a small coin shop in 1947 and is today one of the nation’s largest private minting operations.

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Additional information

Weight 10.00000 oz

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Brand: SilverTowne

Condition: New

Mint: SilverTowne

Silver Content: 10 Troy Ounces

Purity: .999 Fine Silver

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