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Going Full Auto With The Alexander Arms 50 Beowulf

When going full auto with the Alexander Arms 50 Beowulf, you might want to have a wall at your back, because you’ll need something steady to lean on.  After serving in the United States Army for more than half a decade, I have pretty much (at that time 42 years ago) fired almost every weapon we had in our arms-room, from the .50 Cal  “ma deuce” on down to the M1911 .45 ACP. But this .50 Beowulf is absolutely awesome. Watch as these guys put it through some paces and you’ll see why this just might be your next purchase. This weapon has it all, a good rate of fire and a round that will go right through an engine block.

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.50 Beowulf® Product Overview:

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.

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