Robar RC-50

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Robar RC-50
Robar RC-50 anti material sniper rifle.JPG
Robar RC-50 on display
Type Anti-material sniper rifle
Place of origin United States
Service history
Used by See Users
Production history
Designed 1985
Manufacturer Robar Companies, Inc
Variants RC-50F
Specifications
Weight 25 lb (11 kg)
Length 35.98 in (91.4 cm)
Barrel length 28.94 in (73.5 cm)

Cartridge 12.7 × 99 mm NATO (.50 BMG)
Action Precision CNC machined custom bolt action
Muzzle velocity 853 m/s (2,799 ft/s)
Feed system 5-round detachable box magazine
Sights Customizable; 16x telescopic sight

The Robar RC-50 counter-sniper rifle is developed by the United States Robar Companies, Inc in Phoenix, Arizona. It is chambered in .50 BMG. The RC-50 is found in two variants—the original RC-50 (RC-50 Standard) and the side-folding buttstock RC-50F.

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The RC-50 is based on it with the factory's SR-60D development, it is specifically for the special forces set up manual sniper rifle. Like many anti-sniper rifles, the RC-50 can be used to perform anti-sniper missions, destroy enemy light vehicles, radar, aircraft, and even annihilate enemy personnel. The sniper rifle is available in two versions, the standard and RC-50F with foldable buttstock, which is folded left and made of fiberglass. In order to reduce the recoil, RC-50 muzzle in front of a muzzle brakes, the gun is attached to a plastic cushion. And based on it as a sniper rifle, so also with a pair of bipod. The load capacity of five rounds, and by a detachable magazine for bombs. In addition, RC-50 has a similar mechanism with the Remington 700 rifle is more similar to the board machine, the board pressure is adjustable, weight from 226 grams to 4 kg. Users can also choose their own preferences to rifle color or coating, the current optional black, gray and camouflage. The RC-50 and its special accessories are housed in a fiberglass case for easy carrying. The dedicated sight is a 16x optical sight, mounted through a bracket at the top of the rifle casing.[1] And taking into account the different operational needs, this gun can also use other sight.

The RC-50 is currently being used by special forces in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and United States. And has been deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq.[1]

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