S O L D .50 Beowulf --- complete AR-15 Overmatch upper - extras
Alexander Arms .50 Beowulf --- complete AR-15 Overmatch upper.
(I paid $640 for it new. -Now they are $730 new.)
Picantinny FlatTop --- handy16-inch barrel.
LMT Tactical Adjustable Rear Sight (paid $120.)
As issued on US Navy SEALS Mk18.
LMT Tactical Front Sight (paid $54.)
The F/R sights are quite heavy-duty - not the flip-up style.
Picantinny bottom rail for accesories (paid $20.)
Detachable adjustable vertical foregrip makes it easy (paid $20.)
(Paid total $854+)
One 4-rd. hunting and one 7-rd. AA .50 Beowulf mags.
One 10-rd. (it is a regular 30-rd AR mag. Teflon coated.)
(AR regular and unmodified magazines do work. I put 9 rounds in them and they work/feed fine.)
For the .50 Beowulf:
.223 30-rd. AR mags fit 10-rds.
.223 20-rd. AR mags fit 7-rds.
-I recommend the Teflon coated mags.
I ran out of all the devastating 385-grain Remington Cor-Lokt HP bullets.
But I have about 65 loaded rounds left of those puppies and they are quite accurate at 100 yards with iron sights (1-inch groups).
I never got around to trying a scope - but it doesn't need one.
I used 43-grains of Reloader 7 at a controlable 1600 fps for 2,200 ft./lbs. (Twice the power of the .44 Mag.)
(47-grains is max load at 1800+ fps for 2,800 ft./lbs. -That's twice the power of the .480 Ruger.)
2.100" COL = cartridge overall length.
Use only Large Pistol Magnum primers - never rifle primers. They ARE different in size. The rifle primers do not seat all the way - and would be dangerous in the possiblity of slam fires when the bolt closes.
I have over 900 left of the 335-grain HP bullets from Rainier for reloading (paid $217 for 1,000). -Remington 385s are double that.
-I'll sell those Rainiers to anyone for $185 plus free S/H.
COL= 2.000" FYI.
$1085 for everything - including the rounds, bullets, brass and loading dies.
Free FedEX or UPS S/H to your door - no FFL gun dealer is required by US law for shipping and transfering an upper.