Presently situated in Nevada after it was obtained by Franklin Armory from Remington last year, the people at Bushmaster say they have planned the new .450 to essentially diminish felt withdrawal and the firearm stands prepared “to deal with all chases after deer, bear, and hog.”
A lightweight rifle that stirs things up around town at 7 pounds, the new.450 Bushmaster runs a 20-inch barrel with a 1:24 bend rate. Different highlights incorporate a 14-inch free-drifting rail with M-LOK frill openings, a Snake Charmer gag brake, and a DM2S Dedicated Marksman two-stage trigger.
Utilizing a carbine-length gas framework, the new.450 Bushmaster rifle ships with a five-round magazine.
Created by Tim LeGendre as an interpretation of Col. Jeff Cooper’s “Thumper” idea for an enormous drag carbine enhanced for use in a 250-yard envelope, the .450 Bushmaster cartridge was first promoted by Hornady, and SAAMI confirmed a little more than 10 years prior. Involving weighty slugs in the 250-grain district, it has been portrayed as equipped for collecting games as extensive as elk in its compelling reach. Further, it single-stacks in a standard AR-15 5.56 NATO magazine body. Both Remington-possessed Bushmaster and Franklin Armory delivered rifles and guns loaded for the cartridge previously.