Manufactured in the 1990s, the P-50 was designed by Robert Pauza in Baytown, Texas as an anti-material rifle to compete with the likes of Barret. The rifle was one of the originals to start the trend of "fifty cal fever" as some called it in the 90s. It features a takedown action, hand adjustable, three part gas piston system. This rifle features a rugged, one piece receiver with a carry handle and integrated picatiny rail section and laminate stock. Included is a steel carry case and an extra magazine. All of the metal surfaces on this massive rifle feature a teflon coating. Though the rifle's competitors took off, only thirty-six Pauza P-50 rifles were built before they were discontinued, making this one of the rarest fifty caliber rifles of the modern day.
Excellent overall, retaining 97% plus original black teflon finish with limited handling marks. The stock is also excellent with limited handling marks. Mechanically excellent. The case is very fine with some storage and handling marks.
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