The 8 oz Copper Bullet 50 BMG is a great gift item for anyone who served in the military and was around 50 caliber guns. This is a replica of the Browning Machine Gun bullet and looks great in 8 AVDP oz .999 fine copper.
- Made of AVDP 8 oz .999 fine copper
- Replica of a .50 caliber Browning Machine Gun round
- NOT a live ammunition round
- Rough sand-blasted like texture
Investing in copper is a good way to diversify your metal portfolio. As the popularity of buying copper has increased so have the options for purchasing copper. You can find copper rounds, copper bars, and copper formed into all different shapes and sizes like this ammunition replica.
The .50 caliber Browning Machine Gun follows a long line of rapid-fire guns dating all the way back to the Civil War. The Browning Machine Gun was developed by John Browning at the end of World War I. With this gun, troops could deliver a lot of lead downrange and provide suppressive fire for troop movements. While not as prevalent before the Browning Machine Gun, the .50 caliber gun is a popular choice today for providing suppressive fire and in sniper guns like the Barrett .50 caliber rifle.
This replica is shaped to look exactly like the .50 Browning Machine gun bullet. This is not a real live round so it is formed from one piece of copper. Another difference is the bottom of the bullet. This bullet has ‘BMG 8 Oz .999 Cu’. The BMG, of course, refers to Browning Machine Gun. The ‘8 oz’ refers to the 8 AVDP oz size. The ‘.999’ indicates the purity of the copper. The ‘Cu’ is the element abbreviation for copper.
The 8 oz .50 caliber Browning Machine Gun replica is a great gift idea for war buffs, veterans or anyone that appreciates the history of weapons. It also makes a great way to add some copper to your collection. Get yours today.