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He meant

to say bullets. Brass n' lead. Get it? Although technically things like cigs and ammo have continued to raise their prices for some time, while remaining essentially the same thing. I guess you could compare their "holding of value" against currency inflation to precious metal. smh all this is are things that people will always want. I think some people would still lust after shiny shiny gold even in an apocalypse of sorts where food was scarce. lol

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