If you get one engraved for somebody.....you can say to that person.."I've Got A Bullet With Your Name On It." and actually be telling the truth. :rofl:
If the economy took a crap I would think people would be way more willing to barter for ammo and canned goods, however, silver is much more transportable...
I watched the video...I've read 75% of the posts on the 1st page of responses...and frankly people, I would LOVE to have 1 or 2 of these .999 fine lil silver puppies!!! :blink:
If only for the absolutely excellent 'coffee table' conversations that would no doubt ensue.....
If I had some spare change I would seriously look into it. Monday I'm heading down to my local silver and gold shop to see if they carry this nifty lil item.
I'll tell ya sumpin else. I would be dang Proud to score a job in this facility. Even as a grunt floor sweeper 'cleanup man' I would LOVE to work there. You can bet I would take part of my weekly pay in .999 fine silver bullion or 'struck' coins as well. I have several .999 coin like whatever they're called (Senior moment here) dealybobs. I bought them at gun shows in the past. Those with relief carvings in them are my faves then historical figures like any of the Founding Fathers.
I'll be looking for these nifty lil items yes sir-ree bob. I mean who here hasn't bought one of those uber cool 12G shells that doubles as a coffee mug or thermos?? Tell the truth now!!