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Old 08-08-2012, 5:52 PM
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I recently bought a bunch of silver coins which is a common recommendation in survival and emergency preps. So, now I'm in this "silver bug" mode and I just had the idea of getting silver bullets. I want some!

Since silver bullets are common folklore, I'm sure somebody probably makes some. I'm interested in 22lr, 223 and 45 acp silver bullets. Where can I get some and how much?

Also, does anybody know if silver is harder than brass? I don't want to damage my barrel.
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Mythbusters i belive did this, and if i remember correctly it would be able to pierce lvl. III A body armor.
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I want some!
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Oh, now I see the fine print. Copyright issues.
Only filling backorders:

$50 for sterling silver bullet
$65 for fine silver bullet.

Silver plated range from $5 - $9, depending on quantity.

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Werewolf problem?....
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Why on earth do I want this all of the sudden.. wtf
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let me know when you got to the range so I can pick up your scraps. lol
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I saw this the other day too browsing the internet for firearm accessories. I really was tempted to buy it just in case my home was ever invaded by a werewolf.

Then I saw the price. I'll try to look for it again and hopefully I find it so I can let you know where to get it.

Edit: Found it. I knew it was Winchester.

http://www.sgammo.com/product/winche...t-ammo-x9mmshp

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The Lone Ranger used silver 45 long colt bullets and rode a horse named "Silver" too. "Hi-yo Silver, Away!"

This silver bullet is on display at the Smithsonian...


So, now I want some 38 special for my cowboy Ruger Vaquero guns too!
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Am I wrong or is that winchester ammo used by the LEOs in the FL shoot out? Also don't think they are silver.
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Edit: Found it. I knew it was Winchester.

http://www.sgammo.com/product/winche...t-ammo-x9mmshp
I'm not an expert on it, but I'm looking for info on "silvertip" and I think it's referring to the color silver and doesn't have any of the element Ag silver. Silvertip ammo has a steel core for penetration hardness. Yes?
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The Mythbusters tests concluded that silver sucks as bullets and has terrible penetration.
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The Winchester Silver Tip used to be a popular ammo model, exclusively used by the LVMPD. Order it here- http://www.cabelas.com/handgun-ammun...n-ammo-1.shtml

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i cast my own silver bullets in 7.63, 45, 8mm mauser, and 30-06, for novelty sake
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Melt and mold your own bullets and then "reload" them?

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I believe that they were not accurate on myth busters because as they noted it shrinks when it cools, so it is not the correct diamention. I bet it would work better to take a hollow point bullet and dremil out the lead and refill with silver. I want to have one just for novilaty.
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Am I wrong or is that winchester ammo used by the LEOs in the FL shoot out? Also don't think they are silver.
No your not wrong it was the issue ammo at the time for agents who carried 9mm. Created a big uproar as to how effective the round is. Even though the initial hit on Platt was a fatal round. Basically he was dead on his feet and still able to fight effectively.

And no there is no real silver in Winchester's Silver Tip ammo, just a silver colored jacket.
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The Lone Ranger with his

SILVER BULLETS

and his horse named

SILVER

returns to the movie screen in 2013.

...Tonto is played by Johnny Depp.

"HI-yo Silver, Away!"

http://www.movieinsider.com/m4676/the-lone-ranger/

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Werewolf problem?....
Silver bullet lore from this link...
http://www.bulletforge.com/lore.php

Silver bullets have been made famous by the Lone Ranger

John Breeding of Denver Colorado offers this insight In point of fact, the Ranger used silver bullets for a couple of reasons

He did indeed have access to a silver mine (jointly owned by himself, his brother and a retired ranger named Jim Blaine) His other was killed by Butch Cavendish, so Jim Blaine was given the mine to work. It was Jim who actually made the Ranger's bullets for him. Jim was also the only other person besides Tonto who knew the Ranger's real name.

The Ranger wanted silver bullets to become a symbol of law and justice in the west. The "humane" argument isn't true, simply because the Ranger never shot to kill, only to disarm. These come from the very first Lone Ranger TV episode, "Enter the Lone Ranger" from 1949.

Silver Bullets -Vampires

I always thought that you needed sunlight, wooden stakes or holy water to do in a vampire Movie after movie seems to have silver bullets doing the job. Is this just hollywood? Anyway, to be safe you should order a hollowpoint silver bullet with holy water in it.

Silver Bullets - Werewolves (Lycanthropes)

Let's see if I can get this correct, lycantrhope hunters please help. Originally it wasn't silver that did the werewolves in, but Silver Nitrate, a strong anteseptic Either that or quicksilver (mercury) also toxic. Might be a good custom bullet, 44mag hollopoint filled with silver nitrate!

======

So, some Hollywood writer didn't know the difference between Quicksilver (aka Mercury) and Silver, so a werewolf movie got made about silver bullets instead and the mythos was changed. Then some other dumbass writers started using silver bullets for Vampires too. LOL ...but Silver Bullets really are the thing of the Lone Ranger!
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Werewolf problem?....
Not anymore...

But since you mention it, whenever I'm out on the town walking around I see plenty of werewolves... Not to mention vampires and zombies... You should visit Ocean Beach, San Diego, CA at night sometime if you don't believe in these things. I assure you they are real.

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The Mythbusters tests concluded that silver sucks as bullets and has terrible penetration.
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Here is how the professionals take care of business. Sample chapter anyway.

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I recently bought a bunch of silver coins which is a common recommendation in survival and emergency preps. So, now I'm in this "silver bug" mode and I just had the idea of getting silver bullets. I want some!

Since silver bullets are common folklore, I'm sure somebody probably makes some. I'm interested in 22lr, 223 and 45 acp silver bullets. Where can I get some and how much?

Also, does anybody know if silver is harder than brass? I don't want to damage my barrel.
I would melt those coins down and cast your own bullets. Then load them in nickel plated brass.

Or if the coins are small enough, load them into 12 gauge shells.
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I believe that they were not accurate on myth busters because as they noted it shrinks when it cools, so it is not the correct diamention. I bet it would work better to take a hollow point bullet and dremil out the lead and refill with silver. I want to have one just for novilaty.
Seen the same

Best way would be to cut them on a lathe.
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Silver is much harder than lead and very difficult to cast IIRC(1,764° F Melting Point). Not sure I would want to put a silver bullet through my gun(silver coated, maybe).
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Silver is much harder than lead and very difficult to cast IIRC(1,764° F Melting Point). Not sure I would want to put a silver bullet through my gun(silver coated, maybe).
Gotta remember most people are shooting jacketed these days. Copper and Silver have similar hardness and copper actually has a melting point of over 200 degrees higher. Even people shooting all copper bullets aren't complaining of barrel wear.
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Since you mentioned Silvertips, I'd recommend against them in 9mm for the reason that it's the duty round that supposedly underpenetrated in the 1986 FBI shootout... However, they are effective in the caliber that came into the limelight as a direct result: 10mm. For all around self defense use, I keep my Glock 29 loaded with Winchester 175 grain Silvertips. Yeah, I know, they're not real silver, but they do look cool.
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I did not see the mythbuster episode that was posted, I saw one where they cast silver for a rifle (I think it was a garand, but not sure) and missed to the right of the target so they did not know how it would penetrate the ballistic gel. I would not mind it someone would make the bullets on a lathe, that would be awesome.
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Hi Oh Silver a Fiery horse with a speed of light a cloud of dust and a hardy hi ho Silver away.

Kimo Sabe Him makem mark in dust before him die. Yes I see Tanto

I always wanted his saddle for my horse. This was watched on a Hoffman easy vision tv. It was a simpler time for me.
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Since you mentioned Silvertips, I'd recommend against them in 9mm for the reason that it's the duty round that supposedly underpenetrated in the 1986 FBI shootout...
I've read quite a bit on that shootout, including the autopsy reports for Platt and Matix. I'm not sure I would have jumped on the bandwagon that everyone did back then. I know I wouldn't now knowing what I know. The round in question went through his right arm causing sever damage and blood loss. Then entered his chest bisected a lung, and causing most likely an un-survivable wound with massive blood loss.
It was not an immediate stop (but not too many handguns will be), but the wound was un-survivable according to the report I have.
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best source ive ever found for silver bullets, made me give up on the idea though.
http://www.hurog.com/books/silver/silverbullets.shtml

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I like the idea of electroplating silver bullets.

1) solid silver bullets would be too expensive to shoot
2) manufacturing solid silver bullets is more difficult

If you take a bullet and electroplate it adds a little thickness and can throw off the caliber measurement and become dangerous. If you just electroplate the coned front part, you wouldn't impact the sides that touch the barrel so it would be safe. It would be real silvertips with real silver.

I'm sure electroplate silver would work just as well on various monsters too!
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Even easier; rub on silver plating!
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Oregon Trail makes silver bullets. I load/shoot them all the time. All ya gotta do is find somebody that will load em up for ya.

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i was at gun store in the Philippines a few years ago, and i remember them selling silver bullets, bullets with strange symbols scratched on the bullets, and even hallow points with holy water in the cavity. I would have bought some but i dont think Homeland Security would have appreciated me bringing ammunition on an international flight.
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I've seen zombies walking around San Fran 6 St. in broad day light last time I drove through there. There are also vampire clubs in San Fran, I wouldn't want to go there if they like the idea of being one of the undead. Be cool to go there with holy water or garlic oil and drop it in their drinks just to see what happens. Haven't heard of werewolves club. For me I like the zombies as my foes for they don't require special ammunition. One well placed shot to the brain area will suffice.
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Silver melt temperatures are way beyond what normal folks can raise (in temperature) and manage.....thinking about melting some coin into silver bullets...forget about it. Links here should prove that to you.

I use to think as a "SHTF" it'd be a great thing to have - not really - no one would really believe they are silver anyway or not just silver plated. Ballistic-ally they'd suck too.
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Just watch, Hornady will start making silver-tipped bullets now catered specifically to hunt shirtless boy-whore werewolves.

And yes, I would buy a box. Just for the hell of it.
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Several of the more recent vampire movies make the claim that judas was the first vampire, hence the weakness to silver for all vampires.
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