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The [[Lone Ranger]] uses '''silver bullets '''in his pistols. [[Ranger Jim]] forges the silver bullets using ore from the Ranger's silver mine.
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The [[Lone Ranger]] uses ''silver bullets'' in his pistols. [[Ranger Jim]] forges the silver bullets using ore from the Ranger's silver mine.
   
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The silver bullets serve several purposes for the Lone Ranger. First, they are his calling card. Even in disguise the Ranger can be identified by friends when he presents a silver bullet. Honest lawmen know that help is near when they find one. Likewise, criminals know they are in trouble. Secondly, the silver bullets are a symbol. They serve as a reminder of the preciousness of life, and the high cost of pulling the trigger.
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The silver bullets serve several purposes for the Lone Ranger. First, they are his calling card. Even in disguise the Ranger can be identified by friends when he presents a silver bullet. Honest lawmen know that help is near when they find one. Likewise, criminals know they are in trouble. Secondly, the silver bullets are a symbol. They serve as a reminder of the preciousness of life, and the high cost of pulling the trigger.
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
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In 1981's "[[The Legend of the Lone Ranger]]" the silver bullets are explained differently. [[Tonto]] presents the Ranger with silver bullets informing him that silver "flies straighter" and is "more accurate" because it is "pure." There is never a mention of a silver mine in that film.
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In 1981's "[[The Legend of the Lone Ranger]]" the silver bullets are explained differently. [[Tonto]] presents the Ranger with silver bullets informing him that silver "flies straighter" and is "more accurate" because it is "pure." There is never a mention of a silver mine in that film.
 
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