Chris's new 50
BMG bolt-action rifle from ALS!
WEIGHT - 35 POUNDS
OAL CONVERSION ONLY - 50 INCHES
OAL ASSEMBLED CONVERSION - 59 INCHES
METAL MATRIX COATING - FLAT CHARCOAL BLACK COLOR
BARREL - 33 INCH MATCH GRADE PAC-NOR 1 IN 15 TWIST
BOLT - 2 LOCKING LUG 1 1/4 INCH ROUND MCMILLEN STYLE AUS TEMPERED
RECEIVER - MACHINED FROM SOLID STEEL WITH ZERO CLEARANCE FITTING TO
MATERIALS - RECEIVER, BARREL, AND MUZZLE BRAKE : 4140 CHROME MOLYBDENUM
POTENTIAL ACCURACY OF 1 M.O.A. AT 1000 YARDS
See the very
first shot in AR50b.mpg!
Above is a comparison of some common sizes
22 LR -- Pistols &
Used for target practice and in many so-called "Saturday Night Specials"
9 MM -- Used by many police
US Military pistols, Uzi submachine guns
.223 Remmington -- Using
M16 rifle, other assault rifles
.30-06 -- High-powered Rifle,
for deer hunting, etc.
50 BMG -- .50 cal. Browning
Gun. Note that this is a steel bullet vs. the others above are
This is because it is intended to be used against "hard targets" such
planes, armored vehicles, etc.
This is a relatively inexpensive
There are a few a bit cheaper, but they have some serious deficiencies.
A few notes on things to look for on an
Are they using a good barrel?
the finest, some use surplus.
Is it a "real" bolt-action
Do you open the bolt with the handle, pull it back, the spent brass
you slip in a new round and close the bolt? Many have you pull
whole bolt out of the end of the gun, sometimes the shoulder pad comes
with it. Some have you push out the pin and pivot away the lower
to load. Some even have a "bolt" that must be screwed in and out
with a crank handle!
Is the receiver machined out of a
steel, or is it some tube stock with a big fat cylindrical bolt inside?
Is the barrel guard really thick
all the abuse of a heavy gun being wrestled around?
Is the muzzle break a well designed
or just some tube with angled holes drilled in it?
If you'd like to read the collected
misinformation, and false logic about why these guns are pure evil,
out: Voting From The
Rooftops at VPC.