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Discussion in 'Firearms' started by Adam5, Nov 1, 2007.
Anyone have $4K laying around?
Just for the record, the M99 is a bullpup style bolt-action, single-shot. The barrel is 32" long. It's got a HUGE muzzle break. The recoil may not be bad, but I'll be the noise is. There's one on gunbroker with 3 days left for bidding, current high bid $2900
Let me check. But the biggest cost of getting this rifle is finding the armored personnel carrier to use for target practice.
I'm holding out for the (X)M107, about double that price. I would be about 1/8 of the way there if it was not for all the other goodies running around. Dreams are great.
Don't you already have one for your AR?
If I got a .50BMG, I'd probably get an autoloader. It would make the recoil at least a little more manageable.
Will they let you shoot that at Charlie Elliott?
I want the M107 too.
That reminds me I need to get a lottery ticket. Now what did do with that dollar?
The ammo for these things has gone through the roof. I have the Barrett M82 and two M2HB semis.
what does this rifle look like?
It's one of the sleeker Barretts.
Hope this helps.
yup that helps!
that thing has a gear shifter on it!
Is this it?
Got to say if I was going to spring for a .50 cal rifle (which I will one day) I'd get the M82.
No for ARs you need a tank (per Je$$e Jack$on)
Pfft, that's a puny .30-cal machinegun...
That thar is a M60 7.62
Where do you guys shoot your .50s around here? I have one on order and i can't wait to light a couple off.
I had the ammo guy I work with check the price the Army pays for 50 BMG ammo, standard link $2.50, sniper grade $7.47 armor piercing $7.75. That is per round, Army price I would imaging that on the civilian side you could almost double. (except the armor piercing)
If China invades, I'm going to your house!
Where do you shoot those monsters? And at what? Seems like a waste to just shoot tin cans with that . . .