10 Troy Oz Silver Bullets
.50 BMG AP Rifle Round .999 Fine Silver
The .50 BMG AP cartridge has perhaps seen more use in more situations than any other large caliber round. Originally designed during World War One by John Browning for his new anti-aircraft machine gun, this cartridge was used on land, sea and air in the famous M2 Browning Heavy Machine Gun of WWII. In the wings of a fighter plane, on a tank or truck, on a PT Boat, or in an infantry support squad, the .50 BMG chewed through enemy vehicles and could even destroy concrete walls.
You don't mess with perfection, and the "Ma Deuce" is still in service today. The .50 BMG round is the standard heavy machine gun round of NATO, and is also used in extreme-range sniper rifles such as the M52 Barrett.
The hefty 10 troy oz .50 BMG AP Silver Bullet weighs 4,800 grains, and is milled from 99.9% pure silver. Standing 5.45" high with a base diameter of .804", this argent warrior has the same dimensions as the real thing. This silver bullion is as effective as a hedge against inflation and currency devaluation as the live round is against physical targets.