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Jack Spirko, noted TX r3VOL Prepper, tours Rob Gray (formerly of Liberty Dollar)'s Mulligan Mint!

Curious, as to know how a custom gold/silver mint operates? You'll LOVE this factory tour! Check it out!

What's Going on at Mulligan Mint (AOCS)


Published on May 3, 2013

As promised I took a trip down to Mulligan Mint before approving the launch of our new series of coins. I did this to ensure that the promised upgrades and investments were made and to be sure that my customers would have a much better customer service experience this time around. I was pretty happy with what I saw.

Rob Gray was also featured in a recent Russia Today's documentary on the 'unique republic-ness' of the Lone Star State:
Republic of Texas (RT Documentary)

Published on Apr 28, 2013

Don't mess with Texas. RT travels to the Republic of Texas and meets Texans who are proud of their heritage, embrace self-reliance and are ready to live by what they preach, even if it strays from the norms of mainstream American society.

Watch more on RT's documentary channel


Rob Gray testifying in DC: Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul's Hearing on Sound Money and the Road to Monetary Freedom - August 2, 2012

Published on Aug 2, 2012

This hearing of the Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee examined:
1. Parallel currencies and alternative forms of money
2. The effects of parallel currencies on the economy and monetary policy
3. Obstacles that prevent the circulation of alternative forms of money.

The hearing was held on Thursday, August 2, 2012, at 10 a.m. in Room 2128 of the Rayburn House Office Building and was titled, "Sound Money: Parallel Currencies and the Roadmap to Monetary Freedom."


§ Dr. Richard Ebeling, Professor of Economics, Northwood University

§ Mr. Nathan Lewis, Principal, Kiku Capital Management LLC

§ Mr. Rob Gray, Executive Director, The American Open Currency Standard [and of Mulligan Mint, TX]

Rob Gray, Bio:

Rob Gray, x501
Executive Director

As a former RCO for the Liberty Dollar, Gray knows first-hand the importance of maintaining a spotless reputation in the marketplace and avoiding entanglements that isolate supporters. By focusing on the creation of value for each and every partner, Gray has been able to establish relationships with organizations that previously ignored the importance of honest money.

A native of Philadelphia, Gray left school early to start his first business at the age of 17. After a string of moderate successes (and a few failures), Gray combined his knowledge of corporate barter trade exchanges with his awareness of the dying dollar and created a successful silver-based barter economy in Dallas, Texas. In 2007, Gray launched the American Open Currency Standard to unite the regional silver barter networks into a cohesive national movement. Today, Gray serves as Executive Director of the AOCS and also Chairman for several other concerns he has helped launch over the years. Gray is married and lives in Dallas with his wife and two children.

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Rob Gray from Mulligan Mint

is a thief and a coward.

"The state is the great fictitious entity by which everyone seeks to live at the expense of everyone else."
-Frederic Bastiat

Gold, Guns & Texas!!!

Wow, I truly hope you guys get a chance to check this out.

Rob Gray's Mulligan Mint, after outsourcing silver blanks, the QC were not up to par so he ended up investing in and utilizing pre-1920's (??) press and roller bought at a liquidation sale to make his own 99.99% silver blanks!

I'm sure some of you here are real commodities gurus. but personally never seen a small mint in operation. saw some on Discovery or NatGeo docu for US Mint, yrs ago; I'm sure there's a YT of it floatin' around.

Either way, way Rob Gray describes it, he spends almost 90% of their factory operational costs just prepping the silver blanks: smelting, rolling though the die, cooling, annealing it, punching it, then rather expensive polishing process. Frankly the 'minting' the coin's image/face itself seems to be the most simplest portion of the process.

Either way, it is fascinating.

And, so cool, with modern tech, how quick the turn around time is, even for limited edition custom runs.

If you watch the RT docu, they tour the office space, not just the factory floor, as well. Considering it's a mint, they've got plenty-o-protection: got guns at damn near EVERY single employee's desks! LOL. My kinda people.o) But still, at one point, it does slightly get comical!

Anyone ever order anything from Mulligan Mint??

Simply LOVE watching r3VOL biz become successful! Brighter futures ahead!

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul



Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul



Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul