MICOR Leader 50

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MICOR Leader 50
Type Bullpup sniper rifle
Place of origin United States
Production history
Designer Charles St. George
Manufacturer MICOR Defence
Unit cost $6800.00


Weight 17 lbs (without magazine)
Length 39" (with 24" barrel)

Cartridge .50 BMG
Cartridge weight 1760 grains (approximately 1/4 pound)
Caliber .50
Barrels 24"
Action Annular short-stroke gas piston
Effective firing range Approximately 1600 yards
Maximum firing range Approximately 2000 yards (roughly 1 mile)
Feed system 10-round detachable box magazine
Sights None (M1913 Picatinny Rail for user-supplied sight)

The MICOR Leader 50 is a heavy semi-automatic sniper rifle of US origin. The weapon has a bullpup layout.[1] [2]

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