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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 10/5/2005 4:03:27 AM EDT
hi

Does anyone make an AR in .50ae, as used in the Desert Eagle or is the .50 Beowulf the only .50 in towm ?

Cheers
Stevem
Link Posted: 10/5/2005 4:07:35 AM EDT
duuhhhh, yes.

www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=7&f=119&t=298192

Mike

ps - welcome aboard ,
Link Posted: 10/5/2005 6:11:18 PM EDT
Tromix used to make them. I have a flattop with intergral muzzle brake from Tony. Thinking of parting with it(I have another also-don't need two). Had shoulder surgery, otherwise I would have gone with the Wulf.
Link Posted: 10/5/2005 11:38:50 PM EDT
Do the AE and Beowulf offer similiar ballistics or are they very different ?

Anybody on here with any performance data ?

Cheers
Steven
Link Posted: 10/6/2005 2:13:54 AM EDT

Originally Posted By steven_uk:
Do the AE and Beowulf offer similiar ballistics or are they very different ?

Anybody on here with any performance data ?

Cheers
Steven



No offense intended Steve, but this information is just as easy for you to look up as it is for me to provide it for you.....

Beowolf ballistics: www.alexanderarms.com/website/id5.html

50AE ballistics: www.zvis.com/dep/depa50.shtml, ballistic data is in a different section and IIRC there are graphs which can be viewed, so dig for the details your specifically looking for okay?

Google is your friend and you'll be better off learning to do your own research than taking the advice of arm chair commandos, especially considering the nimrods around here, as we're mostly AR15 nuts.

Better to ask your detailed questions of Tromix as they are far more qualified to give good information.

Mike

ps - there's an old saying (which I barely recall) something to the effect:

"reading to someone will entertain them for a time, but teaching someone to read will provide them with a lifetime of pleasure"

which is this instance basically means "information gained with no effort won't be with ya long, but learning the art of gaining information for yourself will be with ya forever"
Link Posted: 10/6/2005 4:10:56 AM EDT
No offense taken, thanks for your replies Mike, just what I was after....
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