posted on Oct, 9 2006 @ 10:37 AM
I am not a gun buff, but I know many who are card carrying members of the NRA.. And none of the ones I just called and IMed knew that silver bullets
were commercially availible..
And one just told me that silver bullets can be MADE, IF you know what you are doing.
I don't play the market, but I tried doing a search on the net, and found that silver is something like 11.70 a troy ounce.
How many bullets can one ounce make? I don't know, not many, maybe two, from the heft of the bullets I have handled. And of course, you'd have to
have a mini forge, and supplies to melt the metal down.
Silver, Pure Has a melting point of 1761 Fahrenheit ( 961 Celsius)
Silver, Sterling (925 parts Silver - 77 parts Copper) melts at 1640 Fahrenheit (893 Celsius)
Silver, Coin (900 parts Silver - 100 Copper) melts at 1615 Fahrenheit (879 Celsius)
OK, I don't think anyone has the material to melt silver and make their own bullets laying around in their garage, so.. ummm... I'm not buying
I found one web site that makes silver bullets, but they are inert, meaning no gun powder, so all it is is a bullet shaped lump of silver, and not a
true silver bullet.
Ever thoguht of this...
Film your friend from behind, OR have your friend wear a mask.. I am sure once he goes furry, no one will be able to tell who he is.
You know, all you have to do it keep a few sharpened chopsticks near your bed, or um.. HOLY WATER!!!
Your vampire is bothering you, send him my way, I wouldn't mind living a couple hundred years, and immolating myself with the rising sun.
For the record, gifts run in my family, strong on both sides. I have seen/felt/heard things that cannot be explained as other than paranormal. So I am
not a skeptic, however, I find it very hard to believe you.
I think you have been reading a few too many Anita Blake books... So tell Jean-Claude, and Richard I said hi, and I can't wait for December when the
next book chronolizing their adventure with Anita is released.