Now you can suit up with the men of the 3rd Battalion as you buy silver in the Silver Soldiers Collection. Ensuring that Trigger Ted and Billy Bullets are safe to rain bullets downrange on the enemy, Greaseman Gary has his trust M3 submachine gun at the ready if a close-quarters battle is required. Right now, 4 oz Antique Silver Soldiers Collection Greaseman Gary Statues are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you packaged inside of a shipping box!
- Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Casting limited to 1,000 silver statues only!
- 1 of 3 in the 3rd Battalion release from Hotco!
- Consists of Four Troy ounces of actual silver content.
- Depiction of an American GI with an M3 submachine gun.
- Antique polish.
- Individually serialized with the weight on the base.
Each 4 oz Antique Silver Soldiers Collection Greaseman Gary Statue in this product listing comes with an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity from Hotco. The statues in this series contain .925 silver content and are packaged safely inside of shipping boxes for delivery. The Silver Soldiers Collection of statues includes an antique polish on each individual statue. The antique polish delivers a brushed finish and helps create heirloom quality for the statue you purchase.
In the Silver Soldiers Collection, Hotco breaks up each set of soldiers into different battalions, each with its own responsibilities on the field of battle. The 3rd Battalion’s job is straightforward and simple: keep the bullets flying. Trigger Ted is the focus of the group as he mans the M2 Browning Heavy Machine Gun as he pumps up to 600 rounds a minute downrange. Greaseman Gary has a more modest gun, but his job is no less important.
4 oz Antique Silver Soldiers Collection Greaseman Gary Statues depict the assault gunner in this fireteam. Trigger Ted and Billy Bullets team up on the M2, leaving Greaseman Gary to wield his M3 in close-quarters combat if the group is threatened.
The United States developed the M3 submachine gun by 1943 for distribution to American armed forces during World War II. The US Army needed a more affordable, easy to produce submachine gun to replace the effective, but expensive, M1 Thompson “Tommy Gun.” The M3 was affectionately referred to as the “grease gun” because of its resemblance to a mechanic’s grease gun.
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