Sniper Rifle Stoner SR-50

    sniper rifle stoner sr-50
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    large-caliber sniper rifle Stoner SR-50 was developed by the American firm "Knight armament" (united Knight Stoner Arms and Light) in 1996.

    SR-50 was the last project of a sniper rifle, the work of the famous weapons designer - Eugene Stoner.

    Sniper Rifle Stoner SR-50 - a semi-automatic rifle semi-automatic large-caliber long-range kalibra.50 BMG (12.7h99 mm).

    sniper rifle stoner sr-50
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    automation system, the scheme of the "linear impact" design of the receiver and forearm, mounting an optical sight and folding bipod circuit resemble 7.62mm SR-25.

    Automation SR-50 is based on the principle of removal of powder gases from the bore. Locking occurs at two lugs when turning larvae shutter.

    equipped with two-stage trigger guard, similar to existing 5.56-mm automatic rifles series AR-15/M16.

    The barrel is equipped with a three-chambered

    muzzle brake active-reactive action, diverting powder gases back and up.

    Caliber, mm 12.7x99 ( .50 BMG)
    Length mm 1486
    Barrel length, mm 895
    Weight empty, kg 14.1
    Capacity, number . cartridges 10

    novelty was mounting box magazine horizontally from the left side of the receiver. This scheme would seem to be ceded to the past, re-emerged in a number of experienced sniper samples, because it reduces the length of the weapon, leaving a shop near the center of gravity and without violating longitudinal balance as scheme "Bullpup". It also allows the shooter to take a lower position when shooting than traditional finding the shop downstairs.

    supply of ammunition is of box magazine capacity of 10 rounds.

    bipod attached near the center of gravity, but they can be moved along the forearm.


    large caliber sniper rifle Stoner SR-50 was not made.

    sniper rifle stoner sr-50

    Stoner SR-50


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