Throughout mythology and subsequent fiction, silver has been a common ward against evil. Silver, especially if blessed, was thought to ward off or harm certain supernatural beings (including vampires) since the Middle Ages. The use of silver bullets to kill werewolves has become popular since it was invented by Curt Siodmak, the writer of the 1941 film The Wolf Man (though in the 1933 novel The Werewolf of Paris by Guy Endore, someone did use a silver bullet on Bertrand Caillet, though it did not slay him, only landing in the leg)
These solid-silver bullets are nearly identical to a real .45 cartridge. Weighing 1 Troy Oz, each, the .45 ACP version of Silver Bullet Bullion won't actually fire in a weapon, but will target your financial goals with devastating power. Pure investment-grade .999-fine silver, available in boxes of 10 or individually. Celebrates the cartridges designed by John Browning in 1904 for use in his Colt semi-automatic .45 pistol.
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