I was close enough. Anti-tank rifle, basically. It's just that it's not only tanks. Still fires bullets, not shells. There's still rifling in the barrel, unless someone figured out a way to make something halfway accurate without rifling. And it's still shoulder controlled. The kickback would probably dislocate your shoulder if you weren't wearing the right gear, though. And I was still right that it will burn your face if you shoot funny.
Yes, it would take care of "bulletproof" Sues. It would take care of them very well. One explosive round to the gut later, and all you have to clean up is the mist of blood that fell over everything, and a couple of stray body parts that you could easily just put through the Cafeteria's meat grinder. It's not like anyone would notice the difference in the food anyway.
They're ARTILLERY. Developed for extreme long range sniping and anti-vehicle duty. (And I think it cover "bullet-proof Sues too) Military spec ammo not only can take down helicopters and aircrafts,... more
Re: Barret .50s aren't rifles, you know? Sgt_Sporky,Tue Mar 13 8:22am
I thought it had to be fired only from its bipod, though. Well, one of my Agents owns an M82A1, and is going to use it in his next mission. He's going to fire it from a prone position with bipod... more