Until now, the 6.5 Creedmoor chambering had been quietly humming along while drawing moderate interest from distance shooters.
Industry Day on the Range in Boulder City, Nevada, on Monday did not fail to disappoint with new gun debuts during this year’s Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trade Show.
Giving the people what they want, Richard Ryan and the FullMag group give Robin Hood a BMG update by attempting to split an arrow from nock to point with 660-grains of awesome.
With pumpkin pie apparently not the thing in Georgia, the crew at IV8888 stacked em deep and brought out the Barrett .50 BMG at point blank range to see just how ballistically impervious they are.
With the thickness of a playing card being just 0.03 inches or less, Richard from FullMag tried his hand at splitting one on the lead up to a trip to Vegas.
The state Senate approved the bill with 27-1 votes this week, which the House approved the measure last spring with a majority vote.
The Guns.com team hit the showroom floor at the 42nd NASGW meeting and expo in New Orleans this week to scope out some of the latest offerings on hand.
Yeah, the .50 got beat up real bad by the Airsoft replica. Emotionally, anyway.
Just Jerry Miculek blastin’ some holes in steel with his .50 BMG rifle loaded with armor-piercing incendiary rounds at 50,000 frames per second.
When Serbu asked us if we’d like to do a review on a rifle, our answer, as it always is, was “of course!” The gun that arrived for our testing was this BGF-50A, one of the smoothest and most accurate rifles we’ve ever reviewed. One MOA from a .50 BMG. What more could you ask for?