The Deckland Challanger company pressents the Anti Material Rifle - Mk12, nicknamed the "Warden" In a response to the challange issued to construct a light weight, high power anti material weapon that could be dissasembled into small enough parts for a soldier to carry into the field via rucksack. The Deckland Challanger company designed the AMR-12 to break down to 4 main components, the Barrel, Body, Stock and Grip/Magazine Lock. The rifle can be used with almost any sight attachment and fires the mammoth 15.2x99mm round at a velocity of 913 m/s. Although light weight this monster still needs to be bolted to the ground or a concrete surface before firing. The interior mechanism pumps out 16lbs of recoil in order to get its huge explosive rounds up to the base velocity. Described by a PMC operator who fired the rifle without the bolts as "Getting bucked in the shoulder by tank".
-------------------------------------------------(informal description: okay so i got bored one night and couldn't get to sleep, i decided to get up and play with sketchup and this was the end result, the model isn't anything to great but its based off the Barret .50 caliber anti tank rifle crossed with the AS 50. --(Yes i have noticed the bug with the loading gate, ill fix that when i get the time)-- #Anti #Barrel #Bullet #Caliber #Cannon #Challanger #Concept #Deckland #Gun #Heavy #Magazine #Mammoth #Material #Mechanism #Projectile #Rifle #Scope #Sniper #Stock #Trigger #Warden #Weapon