ⓘ Bushmaster BA50 Rifle

                                     

ⓘ Bushmaster BA50 Rifle

The Bushmaster BA50 is a bolt action, magazine fed rifle designed to shoot the.50 BMG cartridge. It has a 22- or 30 inch, match grade Lothar Walther free-floating barrel with a 1 in 15 inch twist rate. The rifle weighs 30 pounds and has a muzzle brake to help tame the recoil. Bushmaster literature says that the rifle recoils like a.243 Winchester. The barrel has a MIL-STD-1913 rail for mounting a rifle scope.

In BA50 was the original design of the production of Cobb. Bushmaster purchased the design and updated it and released it as the bushmaster BA50.

Bushmaster claims that the rifle is capable of shooting 1 minute of angle MOA with M33 ammo.

                                     
  • of the M82A3 Bushmaster BA50 carbine 22 barrel version of the BA50 Serbu Firearms BFG - 50 Carbine 22 barrel version of the BFG - 50 single - shot bolt - action
  • Troop A, 2 17th found and destroyed 50 boxes of 122mm rocket warheads. On 11 December the Troop C, 2 17th aero - rifle platoon was inserted at A Lưới Camp
  • get his South Vietnamese counterpart, Captain Ly Tong Ba - commander of the 4th Mechanized Rifle Squadron, 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment, to rescue the trapped
  • Son. Troop D, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment, apart from its aerial rifle platoon, was operating with the MRF for the first time. The troop had a
  • in the last element of the Enhanced Land Force, and was equipped with Bushmaster PMVs. It subsequently served on operations in Timor Leste and Afghanistan
  • recoilless rifle when another burned a hole in its right side, starting a fire. This hit wounded the ACAV commander, but the crew continued to fire the 50 - caliber
  • enemy unit. The action began late on the afternoon of 18 February, when a rifle company from Smith s 1st Brigade found the 22nd Regiment s 9th Battalion
  • complex but were forced back by small arms, machine guns, 57mm recoilless rifle and 82mm mortars for the loss of 2 Marines killed and 21 wounded. Artillery
  • attack, hitting Fire Support Base 20 with mortar rounds, rifle grenades, rockets, and recoilless rifle fire. This was the start of the main phase of the battle
  • of 18 August, although one company remained at Bình Ba One of the men killed was armed with a rifle and the other a 60 mm mortar. Smith gives a total of
  • the position was hit by Rocket - propelled grenades RPG and recoilless rifle fire which disabled the command and medical vehicles. Mortar rounds and