MG Arms .50 Caliber Semi-automatic Behemoth Rifle Opens NRA Convention With a Bang

When Size Matters . . . MG Arms takes the .50 BMG to a whole new level with the introduction of the “Behemoth”.

MG Arms .50 Caliber Semi-automatic Behemoth Rifle
MG Arms .50 Caliber Semi-automatic Behemoth Rifle
MG Arms
MG Arms

USA – -( MG Arms to introduce their new .50 Caliber semi-automatic “Behemoth” rifle at the 2015 NRA convention in Nashville, TN, April 10th, 2015.

After years of R&D, MG Arms leaps into the long-range tactical market. This .50 caliber brute includes a Super Eliminator muzzle brake, stainless steel Match Grade barrel with skip line fluting, Picatinney style handrail with KeyMods, five shot detachable magazine, and fully machined 17-4 stainless steel lower receiver.

MGA then adds their distinctive touches with a custom long-range trigger, choice of fully adjustable or custom skeletonized butt stock, and customer’s choice of PTFE or Ceramic metal finish. As always, the MGA Infinity Guarantee backs the Behemoth – 100% satisfaction and complete assurance of quality and reliability.

Military goes custom with MG Arms; well known for high-quality customized precision rifles, MG Arms will display the Behemoth on a decked out Kawasaki KLR650 Dual-Sport Motorcycle. The Firepower Beast has a full mount turret to zero-in on targets, AR-15 saddlebag sidekicks, and special military theme finish.

MG Arms of Houston, Texas, with roots as a custom firearm & ammunition manufacturer, has built a solid reputation based on integrity with a passion for producing only the finest custom firearms for over 35 years. MGA’s dedication to precision engineering backed by their Infinity Guarantee issued on all their firearms has earned them the trust and endorsements of many seasoned shooting and hunting experts.

MG Arms commitment to quality is uncompromising and the Behemoth follows in this rich tradition of “simply the best” from a 100% Made in the USA custom gun builder.

For complete information please visit the MG Arms Booth # 1549. Visit:

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Daniel E. Watters

I would not be shocked to learn that it is a reworked Pauza P50.