Alexander Arms Classic Hunter .50 Beowulf Semi-Automatic Complete Rifle, Pepper Laminate - RPL50PLVE
- Series/Collection: Classic Hunter
- Action: Semi-Automatic
- Stock Type: Boyd's Walnut Handguard
- Trigger Type: Velocity 3 lb Single-Stage
- Muzzle Type: Thread Protector
- Magazine Capacity: 7+1
- Caliber/Gauge: 50 Beowulf
- Twist Rate: 1:20"
- Orientation: Right
- Receiver Finish: Pepper Laminate
- Stock Finish: Pepper Laminate
- Barrel Length: 16-1/2"
Alexander Arms is the originator of the large-caliber, AR-15 style weapon concept. As the leader in the field, we manufacture the best and most reliable weapons. We have an intimate understanding of the function of both the rifle and the ammunition and have in-depth data on both internal, external, and terminal ballistics. In a world of followers, we lead. The .50 Beowulf was designed to generate devastating stopping power at short to moderate ranges. Combining the rugged reliability of the AR-15/M16 style weapons with a unique .500 inch projectile and cartridge, this semi-automatic weapon is ideal as a brush hunting weapon and is capable of knocking down virtually anything you may run across. For wild pig hunting, the rifle is without equal and is being used not only by hunters, but by game control agencies as well. Deer in close cover are easily taken with solid hits guaranteeing one shot kills and little or no tracking. The same reliable combination of heavy, large-diameter bullets and moderate velocities enable the .50 Beowulf to tackle the largest game animals found in North America and it has been used against elk, buffalo, and bear with superb results. Providing a semi-automatic, light-carbine with the performance of the venerable 45-70 rifle, the .50 Beowulf has found wide acceptance with military and law enforcement agencies. The external ballistics of the .50 Beowulf cartridge are well-suited to urban environments where the shorter range template allows for more flexible application and the large projectile energy delivered by the ammunition can disable both motor vehicles and assailants with body armor. Windscreen glass does not affect the trajectory of the bullet, nor do automotive body panels. With frangible projectiles, the .50 Beowulf can be used on most training facilities without damage and, with the addition of a muzzle brake to provide a stand-off, can be used for building entry.
- Velocity 3 lb single-stage trigger
- Boyd's walnut handguard and stock
- Alexander Arms soft carry bag
- (1) 7 round magazine
- Thread protector installed