50 bmg

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  1. deathvalley8250cal

    deathvalley8250cal New Member

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    How much are and where can i get mk211 raufoss rounds??
     
  2. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    I'm no specialist in .50's and am clueless to what round you are talking about. I have only had the chance to shoot the bushmaster .50 and I know the typical price per round is in the $7 range.
     

  3. purehavoc

    purehavoc New Member

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    Palmetto has boxes of 20 for $45.80 so you talking about $2.30 per round . Not bad but still expensive to shoot
     
  4. tacticalfun

    tacticalfun Active Member

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    Buckeye has em for 2$ a round
     
  5. m72law

    m72law New Member

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    mk211 raufoss rounds....

    if you find any for sale,you better run away very fast!!!!:eek:

    i'm pretty sure the raufoss rounds are a D.D. destructive device & each "legal" round will run you about 50 bucks a pop,& another 200bucks for the stamp:(

    watch out for the fake painted tip rds. on gunbroker.com they are out there & you dont know who is selling them-insert BATFE
     
  6. deathvalley8250cal

    deathvalley8250cal New Member

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    Yeah i know raufoss rounds are lime green tip nd white but sheesh thats alot
     
  7. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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  8. tacticalfun

    tacticalfun Active Member

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  9. deathvalley8250cal

    deathvalley8250cal New Member

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    Well if it iz green explosive tipped with white tungsten circle then yea it is the same rounds you use in the guard
     
  10. tacticalfun

    tacticalfun Active Member

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    The only "explosive" rounds i use on a normal basis are mercury vacuum rounds. And i hate those damn things. Evil
     
  11. deathvalley8250cal

    deathvalley8250cal New Member

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    I mean u r shootin a .50 bro.......its a mini explosion in front of u plus recoil, if ur an ametuer on a .50 recoil iz a bitch
     
  12. tacticalfun

    tacticalfun Active Member

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    Nah .50 is fine. Sucking someone through a hole in a tank is evil
     
  13. deathvalley8250cal

    deathvalley8250cal New Member

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    Lmfaoooo well i mean u got earplugs plus u can say the inside of the tank r extra earplus nd u dont have 2 watch an explosion a couple inches away from ur face
     
  14. tacticalfun

    tacticalfun Active Member

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    Nooo. What i mean is... A mercury round on impact removes any armosphere from the vehicle it impacts. When it exits said vehicle the contents of said vehicle come with it. Human soup
     
  15. deathvalley8250cal

    deathvalley8250cal New Member

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    Holy **** r u seripus??!!!!! I wanna experience dat
     
  16. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    i hate to say this, but am i the only one smelling a troll here? :eek:

    there is something really screwy with this guys posts.
     
  17. trip286

    trip286 New Member

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    Troll poo stinks. I smell it too.
     
  18. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    Gentlemen- the question has been answered. Regarding Mercury Vacuum projectiles, and removing atmosphere from armored vehicles- please note you are about to seriously embarrass yourself. The poster from New York should know that NY State outlawed 50 caliber rifles in 2005.

    You are both posting on a website frequented by professionals, including former and currently serving members of the military, along with a few weapons designers, manufacturers, and senior Dept of Defense personnel.

    Question having been answered, thread is closed.
     
    Last edited: Jul 2, 2012
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