You have to be a special kind of person to really need a 50 BMG rifle. Or 50 BMG rifles, if you’re buying more than one…
But then want and need are entirely different things. You might just want to tick that 50 Cal gun box. You might want to know what it feels like to own the ultimate weapon.
Or you might have a compound in Arizona that you really want to keep trespassers off. Whatever your personal gig, the best 50 Cal sniper rifle for sale will be the jewel in the crown of a pretty epic firearms collection.
This 50 cal gun is often listed as a sniper rifle, because it is, but really this is an anti-materials gun. It’s designed to take out installations, walls, vehicles and even small buildings with the right kind of incendiary bullets.
Get Ready for Heavy Fire
This 50 Cal gun might be heavy, but they let the military rain fire down on enemy troops and it has been a game-changer in the field.
It has also consigned the .338 Lapua Magnum largely to the United States military history books. The Lapua Magnum used to be the ultimate centerfire cartridge. That’s not the case anymore.
You would be amazed how many times military snipers actually do use this gun to take out an opposition key target too.
At a mile or more, this gun is simply the best option for taking out individuals in the soldiers’ arsenal. They tend not to carry a .338 Lapua as a matter of course, although 6.5 Creedmoor is filtering into thanks to the Designated Marksman Rifles you can find here. So they have 300 Win Mag, or this blunderbuss.
Military Snipers Use a 50 Cal Sniper, Often
Sometimes this blunt sledgehammer of a rifle is just the best tool at their disposal, sometimes in machine gun form. So it has made a mess of enemy troops on the regular.
So what are the best 50 BMG rifles for sale in 2020? Here are our personal nominations and some of them are cheaper than you might think. And some of them aren’t…
Where To Buy 50 .BMG Rifles on the Market
Let’s face it, a .50 Cal rifle falls outside the normal scope. This isn’t a cheap AR-15 or concealed carry handgun. As long rifles go, these aren’t standard. So where do you buy one? Well we have the answer.
Check out this massive selection, courtesy of two of our best partners: Euro Optic and Sportsman’s Warehouse.
We have done the search for you, as part of the service, so the direct link takes you to the in-stock rifles you can buy right now. Mess with the search parameters and you’ll find more you can backorder.
- Growing selection at Sportsman’s Warehouse
- Great selection of .50 BMG cartridge guns for sale at Euro Optic.
1. Bushmaster Firearms BA50
- Price: $3,499.99
- Barrel: 30 inch
- Total Length: 58 inch
- Weight: 30lb
- Capacity: 10+1
Finally we had to knock the Barrett off the top slot and give the Bushmaster BA50 the kudos it deserves. For the average consumer, this is the best 50 Cal semi auto sniper rifle you can buy.
If you are planning a 6 Underground style private army, stick with the battle proven Barrett. But if you just want to enjoy shooting one of a huge caliber semi auto rifle and money is even a thing in your life, it has to be the Bushmaster.
Bushmaster Firearms made its name with cheap AR-15s for sale, as well as the actual 450 Bushmaster hunting round. This larger Bushmaster BA50 rifle has taken a good few lessons from the world of the Modern Sporting Rifle.
The Bushmaster BA50 is another bolt-action rifle, with the mechanism on the left-hand-side for smooth ejection. That comes attached to a match-grade chamber, a free-float barrel with 8-groove rifling and a 1:15 inch twist rate that Bushmaster believes is the best set-up.
Top Class Consumer Grade Rifle
You get two matched receivers held together by pins in the Bushmaster BA50, like an AR-15, and the OEM magazine is 10+1 rounds. That is actually big capacity when it comes to 50 BMG ammo.
It’s an excellent consumer grade firearm that should still be a competent rifle for sport shooting. The Bushmaster BA50 also comes at a sensible price.
Nothing about 50 BMG shooting is cheap, but the Bushmaster BA50 is about as affordable it gets.
Bushmaster BA50 Should Drive 50 Cal Prices Down
Gun parts, accessories and even 50 Cal ammo could get cheaper with the likes of the Bushmaster BA50 joining the long range shooting fold.
Make no mistake this is a popular gun and the others will have to respond to the budget conscious Bushmaster BA50. So for that, we thank them.
1. Barrett M107A1 Rifle
- Price: $11,914
- Barrel Length: 20 inch
- Total Length: 48 inch
- Weight: 28.9lb
- Capacity: 5+1 Rounds
The Barrett M107A1 rifle has become the semi-automatic rifle you subconsciously picture when you think of .50 BMG. It’s the face of the movement.
Some of you, especially veterans, will remember the Barrett 82A1 and we’ll get to that shortly. But the semi auto Barrett M107A1 is the new flagship Barrett.
Not the Longest Range, But…
With a 20 inch fluted barrel, the Barrett M107A1 rifle doesn’t quite have the long distance accuracy of the AX50. But it’s still a devastating 50 Cal assault rifle that soldiers around the world have used to reduce buildings, vehicles and sometimes people to ashes.
If you want to go further, Barrett offers longer barrel lengths for a price premium.
Semi auto Barrett Firearms are simply a part of any war effort now and it’s the durability, metronomic reliability and relative portability of the M107A1.
That means you’ll find it mounted to military vehicles, taking aim at tanks and helicopters and even performing sentry duty from high vantage points around the world. The M107A1 is now a ubiquitous firearm that almost every military and tactical law enforcement team has on standby.
The civilian version is basically the same and can still FUBAR a car without much effort. Or a bear. Or something bigger. The Barrett M107A1 rifle is a battle-proven warrior, rather than a surgical instrument. That versatility arguably makes it a better gun for you at home.
Battle Proven Rifle. That Counts.
It probably has more battle miles on it than any other rifle, and if you don’t need the last word in precision and you just want a reliable workhorse of a big caliber blunderbuss, then this might be the one you’ll love the most.
The trigger is heavy, the Tungsten grey Cerakote receiver finish feels properly baked on, rather than shiny and nice. The frame is sturdy and you will struggle to break the Barrett M107A1 rifle.
It can keep shooting and was designed to pin down the likes of ISIS. So with the price of each round, it can probably cope with everything you’re planning to put through it.
Different Folks, Different 50 Cal Gun Strokes
But think about what you want before you hit buy on this American Rifleman cover star.
If you’re going to plough shots into old cars and blow shit apart for your own entertainment at 1500 yards, that’s what the Barrett M107A1 rifle for sale is perfect for.
If you want to pick your shots and go long, the Accuracy International AX50 is the best in the world. That is pinpoint 50 BMG shooting, while the Barrett is a 50 Cal assault rifle.
3. Noreen Firearms ULR 153-SB
- Price: $2,172.00
- Barrel: 34 inch
- Total Length: 40 Inch
- Weight: 32lb
- Capacity: 1 Round
Noreen Firearms have made a simple, single shot, bomb-proof Ultra Long Range Rifle. It’s 34 inches of heavy barrel and bolt-action rifle mechanism that can propel the heavyweight bullets a ridiculous distance.
This really is a tube, a striker system, a trigger, a bolt-action rifle and a support system. That’s it. The Noreen Firearms rifle still looks like it was built from scaffolding, but it’s beautifully simple engineering.
That’s why the bolt action Noreen Firearms ULR is our budget pick. It is as basic as it can be. That means it should be able to withstand the beating in the couple of weak points you’ll always find on a rifle.
PDW Buttstock is Basically a Shock Absorber
It gets a 1:15 twist rate in the barrel and it’s fitted with a triple-ported muzzle device. The PDW-style collapsible buttstock actually works like a shock absorber. It looks almost comical considering the impact of this beast and the sheer weight. But it kind of works.
Tha A2 pistol grip seems similarly inappropriate. This is just one big barrel with a few small parts hanging off it. But if you just want to scratch that itch, then this basic bolt-action rifle is a great way to go about it.
4. Barrett M95 Bolt-Action Rifle
- Price: $6,472
- Barrel: 29 inch
- Total Length: 45 inch
- Weight: 23.1lb
- Capacity: 5+1
This is the gun you need if you want to shoot 50BMG cartridges from the hip. A pure 50 Cal assault rifle, Rambo style. I mean it could happen…
You could also and move this bullpup design rapidly between locations, which makes it a potent big game hunting weapon. But then there really isn’t much game that is appropriate, because this will make instant pate of most things. This gun isn’t quite a concealed carry, but it is the most portable rifle here.
You won’t hike through the wilderness with this rifle raised skywards all day, it just isn’t going to happen. But it’s an exceptional weight for a 50 BMG bullpup rifle.
Barrett has had enough high praise on this page already. You know what this military supplier is all about and this is really a different configuration of the same basic hardware. It does give this rifle a real competitive edge, though.
Huge Game Hunting? We Got You…
If you live in the country, you have issues with big animals, you hunt large game or you just want to be super serious about your home defense, then the Barrett M95 is a rifle that actually makes sense.
The ammo prices will come down as adoption of the round increases across the United States. We think this could be a legit addition to your gun safes these days.
It’s effectively a nuclear warhead in your gun safe, or at least as close as you’re allowed to have in Gun Control America anyway. I mean the muzzle brake alone could give Leftists convulsions.
It is simply more badass than most rifles on the planet, will give you massive range and you can even take it out into the field, hold it into your shoulder and start blasting.
Pity the crime scene detectives that have to fix that mess.
The box magazine set-up looks simple and effective, which could be good if you’re out hunting bears, or something bigger.
5. Armalite AR-50A1
- Price: $2,999
- Barrel: 30 inch
- Total: 58.5 inch
- Weight: 34.1lb
- Capacity: Single shot
Armalite Rifles might be best known for inventing the AR-15, with the help of Eugene Stoner, but it does a mean line in high caliber firearms too.
The original Armalite AR-50 rifle was designed as a cost effective, economical answer for those that wanted in on the big bore action. Long range shooting with large calibers wasn’t as big a thing back then, but the market has grown along with this single-shot bolt-action 50 Cal.
Armalite AR-50A1 is an Evolution
The Armalite AR-50A1 is an evolution of the rifle that first appeared all the way back in 1997. Now you get a smoother action, a Shilen single-stage trigger and a 30 inch Chrome Moly steel barrel.
A Sako-type extractor, automatic ejection with a
At the end of the day this is a low budget 50 Cal rifle that won’t do anything weird.
6. Barrett Model M99 Bolt Rifle
- Price: $3,849-4,096.00
- Caliber: .50 BMG
- Barrel Length: 29 inch
- Total Length: 47 inch
- Weight: 25lb
- Capacity: 1 Shot
If you just want to have fun, then you want a durable rifle that will stand the test of time. That’s not necessarily a semi auto, it’s often a single shot bolt action rifle.
You don’t need the fast semi-automatic option, so for you the Barrett M99 Bolt could be the best here.
It’s the bolt action, single-shot rifle version of the M107A1 with a slightly longer, heavy barrel. You get that outsized muzzle brake at the end of the barrel and the proprietary fan design that is surprisingly effective.
You get a match-grade trigger you can adjust between 5-7lb and a detachable bi-pod. That’s about it, apart from that pressure cooker of a barrel, but what else do you need in a single-shot rifle?
Barrett Firearms has pretty much made this space their own, apart from a few solid pretenders and fellow military suppliers. Inevitably, then, they’re going to have a few options to suit differing budgets and requirements in the .50 cal rifle sector.
The Barrett M99 is the gun you need if you want to blow up toilets. Wait… What?
A 27 MOA
Rock solid, bulletproof, these are all reassuring words and you need them when you’re trying to rein in this kind of power and you need to make sure you have sturdy scopes, sights or laser-guided targeting systems with this gun.
The 82A1 comes in a variety of colors too. If that matters, you can get a Flat Dark Earth, Tungsten grey or stock black rifle. If you want a Barrett, without the high price, then leave the semi auto option to the military men and get one of these instead.
7. Cadex Tremor 50BMG
- Price: $8,591.99
- Caliber: .50 BMG
- Barrel: 29 inch
- Total Length: 42.4-51.5 inch
- Weight: 23.8lb
It feels a bit sarcastic to name this rifle the lightweight 50 BMG champion at 23.8lb. But it is.
The Cadex Tremor 50BMG comes from a competition shooter’s mindset, not a military one. So it’s just heavy enough to take the pounding, rather than overengineered not to fail in the heat of battle.
So this might actually be the gun that suits you best. Most of us aren’t going to mindlessly send $6.30 rounds into the side of cars all day. It would cost too much.
Lightweight 50 Cal For Competition Use
A lighter gun might not be built to fire for 24 hours straight, but if you’re not going to do that then you don’t need that kind of engineering. You need a 50 Cal shell you can place perfectly, into whatever you’re aiming at, and then you might stop for a proud moment of reflection.
If that’s you, the Cadex Tremor will do you just fine. We like the Cerakote receiver, barrel, just about everything finish too.
8. Barrett Model 82A1
- Price: $8,499
- Caliber: .50 BMG
- Barrel: 20 inch
- Total Length: 48 inch
- Weight: 30.9lb
- Capacity: 5+1 Rounds
The Barrett Model 82A1 was the original Gulf War hero and it has carved out a reputation as one of the most recognizable firearms of the 20th Century.
The Barrett 82A1 .50 BMG was the first semi-automatic,
It’s a bit much to call the Barrett 82A1 .50 BMG a gun that changed the world. This is no Colt M4 or AK-47. But this semi-automatic rifle has given the troops overseas a new way to pin down the enemy with brutal
This Gun Changed Desert Storm…
The Barrett 82A1 .50 BMG rifles did have a profound impact on Operation Desert Storm and the US military bought them especially for this kind of deep urban and desert combat. We like the grey cerakote receiver finish, but desert tan is there too.
It was the new kid on the block, the rookie, but that conflict turned this .50 BMG into one of the faces of America’s superior firepower.
Military Snipers Demolish Everything
This gun took out radar stations, snipers, vehicles and even Light Armored Vehicles with the right ammunition. The Barrett 82A1 is a Swiss Army Knife of pure demolition.
It has a rotating recoil operated bolt and you can order the longer 29 inch barrel if you want and turn the Barrett 82A1 50 Cal into an ultra long range rifle for sale.
The bi-pod collapses down and you get a carry handle and a hard case. But you won’t be sprinting anywhere with this rifle. It’s heavy, it’s durable, the cerakote receiver finish alone probably weighs as much as a lightweight rifle, but then is is a weapon of mass destruction.
As with all the Barrett rifles, you get a hard case when you buy one. But then you just spent $8,500 on a gun. Honestly, a hard case is the least they can do.
I would deliver it personally and give you a kiss. Think of those online gun reviews about our customer service…
But they just send your gun and hard case to an FFL dealer when you buy Barrett guns online. It’s pretty good, we guess. In fact maybe they are right after all.
9. Accuracy International AX50
- Price: $12,132.00
- Caliber: .50 BMG
- Barrel: 27 inch
- Total Length: 44.8-55.7 inch
- Weight: 26.5lb
- Capacity: 5+1 Rounds
Update: Stock is awkward with the Accuracy International AX50 for sale. If it;’s not in, it can’t be back ordered. Them is just the rules.
Barrett has become the face of the 50 BMG movement, but the Special Forces quite often take one of these bad boys into action. This bolt action rifle. the Accuracy International AX50 is built for the best of the best. And they will sell one to you and me too.
The AX50 gets a match-grade
The giant three-port muzzle brake does its best to control the violence and you’ll be surprised how little this rifle bounces back. The payload is devastating, but the operation is relatively delicate.
The weight absorbs most of the sheer force required to propel 750gr bullets at 2820 feet per second. Those rounds cost more than $6 each if you opt for the Hornady, so you need to make every one of them count…
Shoots Like a Conventional Sniper Rifle
The cheekrest is fully adjustable and you really should get over the top of the gun and use it like a conventional rifle. These are familiar gun parts and that’s a good thing. Inevitably .50 BMG rifle magazines are chunky, but it pops out and the next 5 projectile missiles slot home pretty easy.
Big bore sport shooting is gaining a following. So if you’re into seriously long range target shooting, well target obliteration, then the AX50 is absolutely the sport shooting 50 Caliber rifle of choice. This is a high quality 50 BMG.
For the full effect you’d want a serious 25x scope and spotters, because you can literally take aim from two miles with the AX50. People push them out to 1500 yards all the time and that is basically creating new shooting sports.
Get closer, and this is an absolute cannon that could change the face of warfare. A few of these hitting the opposition and they’re pinned down, too far away to counter with typical weaponry.
A Massive, Cool Gun. Gunporn, Yeah…
Back in the real world, this is just a really cool, really big gun with a heavy barrel that you could have a ton of fun with if you own a farm or have acres of land to call your own.
Or if you own a scrapyard, you could charge by the round, smash up some old cars and make an absolute fortune. It’s just
Sane reasons to own these rifles include humane culling of animals, because this thing is instant oblivion for anything other than the biggest of game. It could also be the ultimate bear and big game gun and ultimately home defense if SHTF.
At that weight, it’s going to be a pain to haul around. But if you want the ultimate best, then you’re looking at it right here.
Special Forces Prefer Accuracy Internatonal, Sometimes
The Special Forces take these long rifles into battle time and again and they’re prepared to put up with the weight for the sniper style performance when it matters. Sport shooting experts kind of like the same things in a high quality 50 BMG.
This is just a badass rifle that operates like a smaller bolt action rifle. It’s stable as Hell, it can take a beating and deliver an even bigger one. What’s not to love?
10. Serbu Firearms BFG-50
- Price: $2,499
- Caliber: .50 BMG
- Barrel: 29.5 inch
- Total Length: 51.5 inch
- Weight: 22lb
The Serbu Firearms BFG-50 is a home grown addition to the large caliber sport shooting scene. Serbu Firearms sounds Eastern European, but they’re based in Florida and the company is best known for this Serbu BFG-50 rifle.
The Serbu Firearms BFG-50 first broke cover in 2002 and delivery has been patchy at best. Still, technically you can buy this rifle and they are sort of out there. It’s simple, it’s fun to shoot and it isn’t a bank breaker.
You just might have to make do when it comes to spares for the Serbu BFG-50, and get friendly with your local specialist gunsmith. That’s probably not worth it, but it could be fun.
11. LAR Grizzly Big Boar
- Price: $2,350
- Caliber: .50 BMG
- Barrel: 36 inch
- Total: 45.5 inch
- Weight: 30.4lb
Yes, this is the 50 BMG in Jurassic Park. The LAR Grizzly masqueraded as a tranquilizer gun in that Hollywood blockbuster. It also appeared in The Rock and Tremors, if you thought you recognized the face.
The LAR Grizzly is another single-shot dispensary for 50 BMG ammo with a solid scope mount and a long barrel. It really doesn’t do anything that the others can’t and it’s basically impossible to find a new one anyway.
You’re limited to auction sites. But the movie connections mean this is a 50 Caliber with an outsized reputation and people are still searching for this rifle and buying guns online.
12. Sig Sauer SIG50 Bolt Rifle
- Price: $9,199
- Caliber: .50 BMG
- Barrel: 29 inch
- Total Length: 46-57 inch
- Weight: 23.5lb
The Sig Sauer SIG50 has officially been discontinued. That’s a shame, because this is still a quality 50 BMG rifle.
The occasional example does pop up, though, so don’t rule out the big Sig entirely. Parts supply could be an issue, though, and in that context it does strike us as
At 23.5lb, despite the
The SIG50 is officially dead. But if you see one and you’re prepared to gamble on parts supply, this could be the dark horse of the group.
The McMillan tac-50 is another discontinued rifle that you might find out at the gun fairs. Beware, though, that keeping a McMillan tac-50 running is going to be harder than a Barrett. FFL dealers might be able to get you one, but you’ll need custom gunsmithing at some point if you go that route.
And one left-field alternative…
13. M2 Browning Machine Gun
- Price: $20,000
- Caliber: .50 BMG
- Barrel Length: 45 inch
- Total Length:
- Weight: 83.78lb and 127.87lb with tripod
- Capacity: Belt-fed.
- Rate of fire: 450-600 Rounds Per Minute
It’s not that often we can talk about an M2 Browning and not sound like complete lunatics. But Browning .50 caliber machine guns have been used to break sniper records, and you know it would be hella fun to shoot.
It’s the gun that turned the helicopters of the Vietnam war into helicopter gunships and also featured in World War II. This was the weapon strafing the countryside with incendiary fire mounted on tanks, trucks, boats and choppers in pretty much every world war movie you have ever seen.
These guns changed the face of warfare and if you have the right paperwork then you can actually buy one. Gun parts & accessories really even aren’t that hard to come by and you can pick up an M2 scope mount in the classifieds.
Where to buy an M2 Browning?
Check the auctions, which seem to be the richest source of high quality machine guns. But also specialist military surplus companies will be able to help you buy a full auto fire weapon.
More than 6 million Browning M2s left the production line and while a lot of them are rotting in the farthest corners of the globe, lots of them are still alive and well.
That means prices aren’t nearly as bad as you might think and you can buy an M2 Browning for around $20,000. Of course you’ll need a Class III license. And the FBI might want to make sure you’re a ‘proper citizen’ before you actually get your gun.
Then you too can fire $3.50 bullets at 450 rounds per minute. Do that math and you might suddenly find that the Class III license and gun laws are the least of your issues when it comes to owning machine guns. You really might want to win the lottery first if you want to invest in bulk 50 BMG ammo purchases.
14. What happened to the Safety Harbor Firearms 50 BMG?
it always sounded ambitious to mount a .50 BMG upper on an AR-15, and so it proved. Safety Harbor Firearms cites BATFE related complications as the reason for cutting all rifle sales and uppers for the time-being.
We’d like to see them back and think they can develop the SHTF 50 rifle into a workable product. That’s a simple bolt-action 50 cal rifle with a beast of a four-port flash suppressor that had promise. In a weird kind of way.
The mag-fed uppers always looked a bit strange,and the pistol was just unhinged. The large caliber rifles looked sort of possible.
But BATFE complications could be a code-word for the end. Only time will tell…
And What About the EDM Arms Windrunner?
Yeah this is another fabled .50BMG rifle that has bitten the dust thanks to the death of the company founder. The EDM Arms Windrunner line was another series of rifles that long-distance shooters loved.
But this company was one man’s passion and when he passed, the gun and EDM Arms really died with him. As a collector’s piece for a committed long-distance shooter, yeah go for it. But if you want one gun to really shoot, then the EDM Arms Windrunner is not the one.
What is the best scope?
This round comes with some pretty exotic options for scopes and targeting for field use and shooting sports. With a range of up to two miles, it’s safe to say these guns are well beyond iron sights…
If you’re that way inclined you can check out the full laser targeted smart systems that Barrett continues to invest in, but that’s beyond the budget and ambition of most firearms enthusiasts.
There are a few scopes and systems that come up time and again, so check these rifle scopes out and buy yours online right now.
1. Vortex Razor HD AMG 6-24x50mm
- Price: $2,499
Vortex Optics are always somewhere near the top of the charts and durability, simplicity and value for money mean its the best 50 BMG scope for those on a budget. Nothing is cheap when it comes to these .50 caliber rifles, so start looking for value.
The Automated Laser Optical Alignment system means Vortex can offer a slimmer scope without sacrificing performance. Index-matched lenses provide built-in color correction and this unit was designed to work as a whole from the outset. It is more than the sum of its parts.
The Vortex Razor HD is the new
2. Trijicon ACOG 6x48mm Dual Illum Chevron
- Price: $2,800 (Pre-order price)
The Trijicon Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight has become a legend in its own right in the gun parts & accessories sector. It’s the official long distance scope of the US Marine Corps and all the US Special Operations teams.
The Trijicon ACOG isn’t quite as flexible, or possibly as fun, as the Vortex Razr HD Gen II, but then it is a ruthlessly efficient killing machine in the right hands.
So if your goal is to simply never miss, and you’re not really into the challenge of long-distance shooting as an artform in itself, then this is the best scope for sale.
Trijicon ACOG Gives 1800 Yards of Range
There is a Tritium/Fiber Optic reticle that adjusts to the environment and gives you the
There are less moving parts than a traditional scope, it is built from aircraft-grade aluminum and there’s a separate rail up top for a close quarters red dot that gives you up to 250-300m of simply devastating home defense.
Where to Buy Cheap .50 BMG Ammunition
There is no cheap .50 BMG ammo, or cheap 50 Caliber rifles gun parts, accessories or rifle. But everything is relative and you can still save money if you know where to shop online for parts & accessories and the all-important ammunition.
Now these are 600gr+ mortars and they cost money, but check these sites for the best prices for 50 BMG ammo we can find.
- Brownells – A very limited supply of high-quality .50 BMG ammo
- PSA – 50 BMG ammunition for sale.
- Cabelas – Deals on .50 Caliber rifle ammo, 50 BMG ammo and more.
Black Powder – The Budget 50 Caliber Rifle Experience
There is a much cheaper 50 Caliber rifles experience, of course, and that’s the good old Black powder guns.
They’re still going strong, really strong, and the likes of Thompson Center Line and CVA keep pumping out sub-$1000 muzzleloader rifles that have their own following.
If you can’t afford the best guns here, but really want to shoot a 50 Caliber rifle, take a look at the Black Powder rifles on offer at Sportsman’s Guide.
And Don’t Forget the 50 Cal Air Guns
Have you seen the new breed of BB Guns? They are absolutely insane…
You can get air guns that shoot 50 Cal shot, arrows, just about anything to be honest. These big bore BB guns are nowhere near as efficient as a 50 Cal BMG rifle. But you know, they’re legal everywhere, cheaper than dirt and fun to shoot.
Check out our post on high caliber air rifles here and buy an air gun today.