9mm - 5/8 oz. Signature Silver Bullet™
9mm Signature Silver Bullet™
Load up on 5/8-Troy ounces of .999-fine silver…in the shape of a 9mm cartridge. Looking like a real 9mm round, our solid silver 9mm Signature Silver Bullets hit you with cool novelty.
The 9mm caliber has gripped civilians and armed professionals throughout the world as a reliable semi-auto defensive round. With high-round magazines and slim profile, the 9mm reigns as a favorite for concealed carry.
Even though our 9mm Signature Silver Bullets aren’t live rounds, they will trigger a smile on the face of any Second Amendment-supporter or armed professional. And you can pepper in some personalization with engraving. Get yours by clicking the “Engraving” tab and see a preview, too.
Each 5/8-Troy ounce silver bullet is shipped in an individual polybag.
This Signature Silver Bullet™ is not live ammunition and should not be used in a weapon of any kind. The sale of Signature Silver Bullets is not governed by the Federal Gun Control Act of 1968, the Firearms Owners' Protection Act, or any other state or federal law concerning ammunition.
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Engraving is easy. Just type in your message below.
This item can take up to an additional 10 days for delivery when engraved.
Every effort has been made to make the engraving preview as accurate as possible, but it is still just a guideline. Below is an image of an actual engraved piece.