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The 20-50 caliber.(pictures :)

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Unread 03-03-2010, 04:26 PM
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The 20-50 caliber.(pictures :)

It's for people who want 20mm size gun but not the paper work .It fire's a 800 grain solid @ 3600-4200 fps usually 3600 fps though .I imagine it would be more accurate than the 50 bmg it being master etc .Gun has a 50" barrel + few different muzzle brake designs


here's a picture left to right ...50 bmg/20-50/then 20x102mm or 20mm Vulcan


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    Re: The 20-50 caliber.(pictures :)

    Just a few little boogers aren't they?

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    Re: The 20-50 caliber.(pictures :)

    don't they call that extreme overbore?
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    Re: The 20-50 caliber.(pictures :)

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    don't they call that extreme overbore?

    I would think so. I saw another form, it was call the Fat Max. It was a shortened 20mm with a 50 mounted. It was about half the height of the one pictured above.

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    Re: The 20-50 caliber.(pictures :)

    yeah the fatmac was made way back though i wanna say pre 80's .but that 20-50 uses the whole length case .wounder how it does at 1500 yards or so
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    Re: The 20-50 caliber.(pictures :)

    Oh my!!! Can you spell recoil.
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    Re: The 20-50 caliber.(pictures :)

    When I read the subject line I thought it was going to be a .50BMG case necked down to hold a .204 caliber bullet. That would be overbore!
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