There is a company called silverSaver that offers its members a break in premiums if you get the word out. By using their share Savings Rewards program you can pay a lot less per ounce than most other sellers. The link below is related directly to my account (hence the NKVKB ending). Once you click the link, since the code is embedded and you sign up you will automatically be enrolled to earn the rewards.
Check out this link to take advantage of the rewards:
If you are unfamiliar with SilverSaver, they are a quality outfit. You are actually allocated the metals versus the less safe pooled accounts. You can sell your silver and gold back to them or you can take delivery. The ease of use and ability to tract your account is very detailed and their customer service is top notch in my opinion. They house their silver and gold at the Delaware Depository in Wilmington, DE if you are curious. Buy/sell prices are based on the PM London Fix.
Anyways, check it out and let me know what you think. I have dealt with multiple companies in this realm and I would give SilverSaver 4 out of 5 stars thus far with my experience with them.
" Your money, I happily shoot my 70's surplus in my Mosin at 16 cents a round. Clean when I get home and never noticed it any more dirty than other cheap ammo. Only way it will get cheaper is when I start reloading for the Mosin, need a die set. "Reply To: Guns, Guns, Guns
" Lots of craigslisters will trade items for coins here, but no businesse accepting silver that I know of.
Seeing plenty of silver coins on ebay but wanting 21x face for them, auctions selling much cheaper. Plenty and plenty of ASE and Maple silver bullion rolls available from the usual dealer... "Reply To: Did anyone ever tried purchasing stuff with precious metals?
" There are two middlemen here in town that will exchange the silver for paper during normal business hours, for now...
Aside from the few mom and pop stores converting it in the back of the store, it hasn't caught on as a growing trend. But at least we have the gold and silver "stores" that wi... "Reply To: Did anyone ever tried purchasing stuff with precious metals?
" Windex I've never heard of it used for that. Is it the ammonia that neutralizes the corrosive elements? I heard that Simple green is a good solvent for general gun cleaning. It seemed logical in that so long as you dry the gun thoroughly, the SG stuff cleans like a whiz.
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" Corrosive ammo is fine, I don't know where the myth started that it instantly eats barrels. Military used it for years and you know they didn't clean guns the minute they stopped firing. I shoot corrosive surplus all the time in my Mosin, when I get home a squirt of Windex down the barrel then cl... "Reply To: Guns, Guns, Guns
" Wombat's right about the Saiga 12, devastating fire power at close range for under $1000. Your better AR15's can run NATO 5.56 rds. That's plenty of stopping power and they are American made which I like. Ammo of all calibers is available for immediate delivery now at BulkAmmo.com "Reply To: Guns, Guns, Guns
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