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Gun Review: .50 Beowulf Overmatch Upper - The Truth About Guns
The .50 character is a proprietorship cartridge designed by Bill Alexander, the cook de la maison of the eponymous Alexander Arms. That’s good news program for anyone who power find himself confronted by a savage Silverado. As a big, powerful but slow, short- to medium-distance capitate that’s about the coat of a mixed drink weenie, the .50 fictional character is reputedly mobile relative quantity to do the business on elk, grizzly, bison, hogzillas and your brother-in-law’s big block beset . The topping on the cover is Alexander Arms’ contention that its all-over Beowulf Overmatch high will teammate utterly and shoot properly on all the milspec 5.56 lowers that you strength individual laying about in your repair shop or closet, and that you won’t motivation to modify a cursed thing, including the on the face of it wimpy 5.56 recoil buffer. To put alexander the great Arms’ claims to the test, I joined TTAG commenter Greg in Allston and his pal Dave for an daytime of blazing away with this interesting and competent cartridge. Dave brought his .50 character upper, snitch blazonry lowly and a peeress friend, while Greg and I brought a counterpart of lowers ranging from basal to upscale.
Sit Down .40 S&W, .45 ACP — The 9mm has Been Crowned King?
After years of misery (not exactly in silence…), I at last broke down once I bought a Glock 22 in .40 S&W. With the advent, and near-immediate acceptance, of the .40 S&W, the 9mm’s military position did not approve—nor did mine. The redoubled recoil alluded to the exaggerated knockdown power the bullet would deliver; I was at once intrigued.