Military enthusiasts who also buy silver will find the perfect addition to a collection or investment portfolio in the 50 Caliber Silver Bullets from SilverTowne. These silver bullets are a unique silver bullion option and accurately reflect the size and shape of actual 50 caliber rounds, though they are not operable. Right now, 10 oz Silver Bullet 50 Caliber BMG products are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of a custom box with fitted sleeve!
- Reflects the size and shape of 50 caliber rounds!
- Contains 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Design imitates the appearance of a 50 caliber round popularized in the M2 Browning Machine Gun.
- Primer area on base has the weight, metal content, purity, and mint mark.
- NOT operable as ammunition.
Each of the 10 oz Silver Bullets in this product listing is available to you courtesy of SilverTowne. The small, private mint in Indiana produces a variety of silver bullets for investors and collectors. This round ships inside of individual custom boxes that have a SilverTowne shipping sleeve that acts as a Certificate of Authenticity for your M2 Browning Machine Gun silver bullet.
The M2 Browning Machine Gun was designed by its namesake, John Browning, near the end of World War I. The Great War had seen the rise of machine gun use on the battlefield, and the United States Military found the need for a reliable heavy machine gun to replace those used in World War I.
10 oz Silver Bullet 50 Caliber Rounds replicate the size and shape of an actual 50 caliber round usable in the M2. The 50 caliber round for the M2 Browning were designed as 12.7x99mm NATO rounds and could be fired out of the M2 at a rate of 450 to 600 rounds per min. The effective firing range of the Browning machine gun was 2,000 yards with a maximum range of 2,700 yards.
These 10 oz Silver Bullets may reflect the appearance and size of an actual 50 caliber round, but they are not intended for actual use and are not operable as such. The 50 caliber round in the M2 replaced Browning’s earlier weapon system, the M1919 Browning machine gun chambered a smaller .30-06 cartridge and was used in World War I.
SilverTowne’s pick ax mint mark is featured on the base of the round near the primer. The other markings on this side include the weight of the bullet, purity of the silver, and the metal content itself.
If you have any questions, you should feel free to reach out to JM Bullion with your questions. You can call us on the phone at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email with your inquiries.