Doomsday DIY » Calling Van Helsing
uss the myth from the reality with a hands-on investigation into the original anti-werewolf weapon. Like darning socks, making bullets is a dying art. Used to be just about everyone with a need for ammo poured their own, using iron or even wooden molds. These days only a few diehard hobbyists still do it, and they use aluminum molds. But even fewer people still make silver bullets.
Actually, not many people ever made silver bullets. It's a difficult process, and their efficacy against werewolves has never been scientifically proven. I suppose their renown came from the perception that silver was a distinguished metal, often spoken of in connection with its higher class cousin, gold.