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BFG50
BFG-50
Country of origin

United States of America

Manufacturer(s)

Serbu Firearms

Designer(s)

Mark Serbu

Production began

1999

Weapon type

Civilian Heavy Rifle

Caliber

.50 BMG

Action

Manually-operated, bolt-action

Overall length

1308 millimetres

Barrel length

914 millimetres

Weight

9.97 kilograms

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

Single-shot

Cyclic rate

semi; 30 rounds per minute

Maximum effective range

1000 meters+

Muzzle velocity

879 meters per second


The Serbu BFG-50 is a single shot, breech-loaded .50 caliber rifle meant for civilian use.

HistoryEdit

The BFG-50 was Mark Serbu's first rifle design, coming into production in late 1999. It is on the civilian market for $2000-$3000, but is not intended to be used by any armed forces in the world.

Design DetailsEdit

The BFG-50 is constructed using most modern manufacturing methods and is made from the highest quality MIL-spec alloy steel.

AmmunitionEdit

The rifle uses the .50 BMG cartridge.

VariantsEdit

A semi-auto variant, the BFG-50A has also been made into production.

TriviaEdit

  • In 2013, Serbu refused to sell their model BFG-50A semi-automatic .50 rifles to the New York City Police Department after the passage of the NY SAFE Act that classified their weapon as an assault rifle.

ReferencesEdit

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