Yes! Emphatically.Seriously? I mean, is there really anybody who is willing to spend that kind of money, just to get silver bullets!!??!!
It's a novelty item. People buy all sorts of novelty items. I bet PLENTY of people will buy this. It's a conversation piece.Yes! Emphatically.
I recall a article on NPR way back when eBay first became a thing.
As more of a gag then a real test, they posted an offering for five broken red pencils.
Somebody bought them.
I'm not saying that people would buy silver bullets for the express purpose of killing an actual werewolf.
Some would, sure.
But people buy a lot of thing they don't really need, and have no purpose. Title theft insurance, for example.
Your first customer: Abby something... Oh, yes... Abby Normal.Here's the thing....
I would like to get my hands on the customer list and sell them some shotgun shells full of garlic.
It is quite reasonable to conclude that people who buy silver bullets to kill werewolves will also find they have a vampire problem.
Andy, I have some of those 357 mag too. Not use of the real metallurgy. I have kept it now for over twenty years now in my 357 mag werewolf only gun. Just in case.A friend of mine gave me some 357 mag ammo that was called Silver Tip. It’s a hollow point but I don’t know if it’s actually silver.
How many of those paragraphs referenced the "Werewolf Endangered Species Act"?Wow, $150 per round! $900 to load up a six shooter.
What's really sad is that they have one paragraph describing the ammo and nine paragraphs explaining the liberal laws that restrict the sale and shipping of ammo.