Bushmaster Firearms Introduces The 450 Bushmaster Rifle

Bushmaster’s new 450 Bushmaster Rifle. IMG Bushmaster

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Bushmaster Firearms is thrilled to announce the launch of our new 450 Bushmaster Rifle. The 450 Bushmaster features type III hard coat anodizing, our M-LOK 14” free float rail, and the Snake Charmer muzzle brake.

We have designed our 450 Bushmaster to significantly reduce felt recoil. The 450 Bushmaster is ready to handle all hunts for deer, bear, and boar. This lighter-weight rifle makes a great choice for all hunters. It will be available with our DM2S 2 stage trigger.

The MSRP is $1329.99. Available through distribution, at your local dealer, and on our website at www.bushmaster.com.

.450 Bushmaster Rifle Features

  • Weight:7.06lbs Without Magazine
  • Length: 40 inches
  • Handguard: BFI 14” Free Float Handguard
  • Barrel: 1:24 twist rate, 20” Barrel
  • Muzzle: Snake Charmer 11/16 x 24
  • Magazine: 5-Round
  • Gas System: Carbine Length

About Bushmaster Arms

Bushmaster is a Nevada Corporation focusing on Quality, American Made manufacturing. PROVEN through hard use in competition, and in the woods and prairies of America, Bushmaster has PROVEN itself.

Driven by the spirit of innovation that began more than 48 years ago, using improved engineering, manufacturing techniques, and advanced materials, Bushmaster continues to enhance our products. Our Consistency, Accuracy, and Quality Driven American Made weapons are critical in our overall success.

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The military seems to be favoring the 6.5 mm ARC, yet no one seems to be producing them in that caliber.
I want a gun that I can pick up extra ammo on the battlefield !

Roland T. Gunner

I carried a Bushmaster M4 type rifle in Iraq, have owned several over the years; and recently assembled an AR in .450 Bushmaster, using a really nice type D A1 stock I had been saving for just the right project. I like the cartridge, and have no quibles with Bushmaster; but I fail to see anything to raise an eyebrow about in Bushmaster building a .450 Bushmaster rifle. How many years has it been since the cartridge was released?