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.50 BMG XKaliber from King's Arsenal

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Unread 12-14-2012, 03:37 PM
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.50 BMG XKaliber from King's Arsenal

Have any of you seen anything on this new rifle? I have a growing interest in long range hunting, but consider myself a novice in this arena. I've had the opportunity to get a firsthand first impression, but I could use some education. Is it a good concept relative to it's competition? It's primary use in my world would be hunting.

Stephen O
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Unread 12-15-2012, 07:53 AM
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Re: .50 BMG XKaliber from King's Arsenal

It looks like a great concept, its built on the great McMIllian action, get some quick detach rings so you can pop that nightforce off and use it as a secondary weapon. as far as a hunting rifle... im not lugging the thing thru the woods by no means, maybe thru afghanistan, but not North America where a .300WM will handle any animal you will come across, and be a whole lot more economical, and i hope your talking about hog hunting. sending a $8 hornady a-max down the pipe every time i pull the trigger and only being able to do that a handful of times before the barrel is shot out is not that appealing either.
If I had to choose between taking a civilian or POG on a patrol, I'd happily take the civilian. At least he hasn't made the conscious decision of being a coward in the military yet!"
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