Barrett M82A1

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Yup - it's the big dog right here. Ronnie Barrett set up his company with the express purpose of making guns to fire the .50 BMG cartridge (also known as 12.7x99mm NATO) and the result has entered folklore. Just about every gamer in the world wants to level-up to the point of being able to get their hands on one of these but in the real world they have become THE predominant military firearm for high-power, long distance accuracy. The .50 cal rounds we have here are WAY bigger than the others on offer and really make a statement..... check them out with the link below!
Barrett M82A1

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.50 BMG

This round was originally developed for the Browning Machine Gun (hence the BMG), coming into service as an anti-aircraft weapon in around 1921. It was based distantly on the 30-06 round - but massively scaled up to achieve some ridiculous statistics: armor-piercing loads can go through almost an inch of hardened steel armor at 100 years, and 3/4" at over 500 yards......  Today, everyone has heard of the "50 cal" and gamers especially delight on getting their hands on them. Want a piece of the legend? Due to the size, we...

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Law & Order

All modern police forces need high-quality, effective and reliable firearms to deal with various situations, ranging from arresting a suspect to controlling a terrorist. In the UK police hardly ever carry firearms, whereas in America they are virtually essential. The Glock 22, for example, is often seen as a perfectly-adapted weapon for law enforcment, as is the SIG Sauer P220 - they're lightweight, trusty and easy to conceal. Since 9/11, the threat from terrorists has grown around the world, and more firepower is required to prepare for the possibilities of...

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Modern Warfare

In recent decades, warfare has changed dramatically to suit the most recent technologies and tactics. But despite advances in technology and the ongoing arms race one  fact remains - guns are still the defacto means of arming soldiers, and that doesn't look set to change any time in the near future. Many firearms and cartridges can trace their lineage back over a hundred years which just goes to show that if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Different countries will always have different views on how to arm their troops...

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