.50 BMG (12.7x99)

Overview


The .50 Browning Machine Gun (.50 BMG12.7×99mm NATO) is a cartridge developed for the Browning .50 caliber machine gun in the late 1910s, entering official service in 1921. The .50 BMG cartridge is also used in long-range target and anti-materiel rifles, as well as other .50-caliber machine guns.

Stats


Ammunition Type Damage Bullet Velocity (m/s) Barrier Penetration Armor Piercing
M33 Ball 250 880 10.0253299 288
MK211 Raufoss 240 + 4 Indirect@2.76m  870 20 210
MK212 Raufoss Tracer 240 + 4 Indirect@2.76m  870 20 210
M903 API 120 1266 19.9 1500
LC/68 Depleted Uranium SABOT 160 1300 11 580
Lightweight Plastic Projectile 80 1800 1 10
XMP Tungsten AP 160 780 25 490
AMAX Match 190 860 3.2 15
XM1175 Duplex 130x2 804 2.6 110
EXACTO Tracking Munition 50+82 Indirect Hit 750 0 0
Note: Barrier penetration represents the rounds ability to go through walls and barriers. Armor piercing represents the rounds ability to penetrate body armor plates.