2012 Gun Dollar
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2012 Second Amendment Dollar
1/2 Ounce .999 Fine Silver
Our 2012 issue will never be minted again.
In commemoration of America's right to self defense, BudsGunShop.com is proud to announce the 2012 Gun Dollar that features the best selling pocket gun - The LCP.
The only thing hotter than the current silver and gun markets is the new 2012 Gun Dollar that combines the best of both.
The obverse design features Lady Liberty symbolizing our God given rights of self-protection and motto: Protect Life. The reverse features the Second Amendment text and the best selling conceal carry gun - The LCP.
Every 2012 Gun Dollar has been minted in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition and contains one half Troy ounce of pure .999 fine silver with a $25 MSRP, measures 32mm and is minted with high relief to exemplify the high ideals of the Second Amendment.
Just like the guns, ammo, and accessories you have bought from Bud over the years, the 2012 Gun Dollar is market driven by the price of silver, so you get the lowest possible price. There are many reasons that the price of silver will continue to rise and the value of your 2012 Gun Dollar will appreciate just as every Gun Dollar has since 2009
We encourage you to protect your wealth with silver and show your support for the Second Amendment by putting a silver "Gun Dollar" in your pocket and sharing it with your friends.
Thank you for being a loyal customer of Budsgunshop.com and for commemorating the Second Amendment with the 2012 Gun Dollar.
Please also note that the rates for the Second Amendment Dollar are based on the price of silver that is constantly changing. In order to provide you with the best possible prices the silver price is automatically updated every 20 minutes while the global silver market is open. All canceled orders will be charged our standard 10% restocking fee.
*** NOTICE: Second Amendment Dollar is a commemorative medallion that is not intended to be used as currency and any representation as United States currency is strictly prohibited by law.