Gold Spot Prices
Silver Spot Prices

NTR Silver Bullion Bullet Prices

45acp3-largeSilver bullion bullets are a rather new investment option available to physical silver bullion investors. At the time this page was created (4/19/14 – last updated 11/01/15), there were only a few online silver dealers currently stocking the silver bullion bullet. The silver bullet is probably the most unique form of the precious metal. Below you can compare dealer prices on silver bullets which are offered for sale online. (As more dealers start to stock these pieces we will be sure to update the chart accordingly)

*Prices shown are for the 10 oz NTR Silver Bullet.

Compare Silver Bullet Prices

BBB Rating: A+
  • As Low As $222.10/ item ($2.40/oz over spot)
  • Free Shipping On All Orders
  • Sizes : 1oz, 2oz, 10oz, 25oz, 100oz
  • All Packages Insured
  • $100 Order Minimum
  • Low As $3.45/oz Over Spot
  • Free Shipping Over $250
  • Sizes: 1oz, 2oz, 10oz, 25oz, 100oz
  • All Packages Insured
  • No Order Minimum


Mints Who Produce Silver Bullets

Currently there are only a few precious metal mints who are producing the silver bullion bullet. While there are a few different mint options when it comes to this form of the metal, they are most commonly found in .999 silver purity as well as a number of sizes. Some of the most well known mints who produce the silver bullion bullet include:

Silver Bullet Sizes & Availability

Silver bullets are currently available in six weight options all of which are meant to replicate actual pieces of historically significant ammunition. Since these are composed of fine silver, they are not meant to be fired from an actual gun, rather they are minted to commemorate the original cartridges and to serve as a commemorative item. The most common sizes of silver bullets include the following (all links take you to JM Bullion shopping pages as they currently have the lowest premiums):

1oz Silver Bullet Design

The one ounce silver bullion bullet is modeled after the .45 ACP round which was introduced in the early 20th centure. The .45 ACP round was a common sized cartridge which was created by John Browning in 1904 for use in his Semi-Automatic .45 caliber pistol. These pieces contain 1 troy ounce (31.1 grams) of .999 pure silver and are usually offered in brand new condition. 1-oz-silver-bullet-acp

10oz Silver bullet Design

The ten ounce silver bullion bullet is modeled after the .308 caliber cartridge which was originally created for use in the Browning Machine Gun (BMG) in the early 1900s. Each one of these pieces contain 10 troy ounces (311.1 grams) of .999 fine silver and can also be found in brand new condition. The 10 oz Silver Bullet is among the most popular weights available and offers a lower markup above the spot price of silver compared the smaller sizes. 10-oz-silver-bullet-new

25oz Silver Bullet Design

The 25 ounce silver bullion bullet is modeled after the 20mm ammunition originally meant for the Autocannon which was heavily used in WWI. Each one of these pieces contains 25 troy ounces (Aprox. 777.5 grams) of .999 pure silver. 25-oz-silver-bullet-new

100oz Silver Bullet Design

The 100 oz silver bullion bullet is the largest size and is modeled after 30mm cartridges used for anti-aircraft defense during WWII. Each one of these bullets contain 100 troy ounces (Aprox. 3111 grams) of pure, .999 fine silver. This is the most cost effective option when it comes to silver bullion bullets and offer the lowest markups. 100-oz-silver-bullet-new

Silver Bullet Markups

Silver bullets are often available for anywhere from one dollar to five dollars over the current spot price of silver depending upon quantity and the size of the bullet you purchase. This is slightly higher than other forms of silver in similar weights as silver coins, silver bars or silver rounds. This higher markup is associated with slightly more expensive production costs and the more collectible nature of these “novelty” items.

[RICH_REVIEWS_FORM category=”foo”]

[RICH_REVIEWS_SHOW category=”page” num=”20″]

Brands We Review