Beretta 455 Express

     Notes: This is a double-barreled rifle designed to fire some of the most powerful cartridges in the world.  It was introduced in 1990.  The materials used are of the best quality, including cold-forged Bohler steel and select walnut root stocks and fore-ends.  The Model 455 has triple locking – double barrel lugs, Greener locking, and a transverse bar.  This allows the breech block to withstand pressure four times greater than a 12-gauge 3-inch magnum shell.  The side locks are of the Holland & Holland type, strengthened with Beretta-patented twin safety bars.  The Model 455 has a safety system that prevents both barrels from being fired at the same time.  The rifle can be made with a manual safety, or equipped with another automatic safety that prevents the weapon from being fired if dropped or if the breech is not closed.  The side plates are made with fine engraving of two grades.  The butts have a thick recoil pad, usually in dull red, and sighting is done through a folding leaf sight.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Beretta 455 (23.625” Barrels)

.375 H&H Magnum

5 kg

2 Internal

$1949

Beretta 455 (25.625” Barrels)

.375 H&H Magnum

5.1 kg

2 Internal

$2071

Beretta 455 (23.625” Barrels)

.416 Rigby

5.41 kg

2 Internal

$2053

Beretta 455 (25.625” Barrels)

.416 Rigby

5.52 kg

2 Internal

$2173

Beretta 455 (23.625” Barrels)

.458 Winchester Magnum

5.57 kg

2 Internal

$2075

Beretta 455 (25.625” Barrels)

.458 Winchester Magnum

5.68 kg

2 Internal

$2193

Beretta 455 (23.625” Barrels)

.470 Nitro Express

6.36 kg

2 Internal

$2291

Beretta 455 (25.625” Barrels)

.470 Nitro Express

6.49 kg

2 Internal

$2411

Beretta 455 (23.625” Barrels)

.500 Nitro Express

6.51 kg

2 Internal

$2388

Beretta 455 (25.625” Barrels)

.500 Nitro Express

6.64 kg

2 Internal

$2459

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Beretta 455 (23.625”, .375)

SA

7

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

88

Beretta 455 (25.625”, .375)

SA

7

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

100

Beretta 455 (23.625”, .416)

SA

7

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

96

Beretta 455 (25.625”, .416)

SA

7

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

108

Beretta 455 (23.625”, .458)

SA

7

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

96

Beretta 455 (25.625”, .458)

SA

8

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

108

Beretta 455 (23.625”, .470)

SA

8

1-2-3

7

6

Nil

95

Beretta 455 (25.625”, .470)

SA

8

1-2-3

7

6

Nil

108

Beretta 455 (23.625”, .500)

SA

9

1-2-3

7

6

Nil

95

Beretta 455 (25.625”, .500)

SA

9

1-2-3

7

6

Nil

108

 

Beretta SSO6 Express

     Notes: This is another over-and-under heavy-caliber rifle, introduced in 1984.  It is based on the SO6 shotgun.  It was originally designed to fire either .375 H&H Magnum, 9.3x74Rmm, or .458 Winchester Magnum; the 9.3x74Rmm version was dropped in 1988, but brought back a few years after that due to customer demand.  The SSO6 is virtually hand-made, like the SO series of shotguns, and can be has with or without automatic ejectors, with or without iron sights, and with or without drilling and tapping for telescopic sights.  The barrels are cold forged from Bohler Antinit steel; up until 1994, these barrels were 25.5 inches in length, but SSO6’s produced after that have 24-inch barrels.  The manual safety is automatically engaged as soon as the breech is opened.  The stock is walnut and textured, and is in a Monte Carlo pattern.  The bottom of the pistol grip may be removed, to reveal a hollow space where various types of iron sights may be stored.  The SSO6 has twin triggers.  The breech block is finely engraved, with an SSO6 EELL version having gold-inlaid engraving.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

SSO6 (24” Barrels)

.375 H&H Magnum

5 kg

2 Internal

$1972

SSO6 (25.5” Barrels)

.375 H&H Magnum

5.04 kg

2 Internal

$2063

SSO6 (24” Barrels)

9.3x74Rmm

4.91 kg

2 Internal

$1960

SSO6 (25.5” Barrels)

9.3x74Rmm

4.95 kg

2 Internal

$2052

SSO6 (24” Barrels)

.458 Winchester Magnum

5.43 kg

2 Internal

$2098

SSO6 (25.5” Barrels)

.458 Winchester Magnum

5.47 kg

2 Internal

$2190

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

SSO6 (24”, .375)

SA

7

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

90

SSO6 (25.5”, .375)

SA

7

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

99

SSO6 (24”, 9.3mm)

SA

6

1-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

85

SSO6 (25.5”, 9.3mm)

SA

6

1-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

94

SSO6 (24”, .458)

SA

8

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

98

SSO6 (25.5”, .458)

SA

8

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

107

 

Beretta Super Olimpia Target Rifle

     Notes: Related to the Tipo Olimpia only in name, the Super Olimpia is a quality bolt-action target rifle with a two-stage trigger, an aperture sight, and a tunnel-type front sight.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Super Olimpia

.22 Long Rifle

4.81 kg

1 Internal

$451

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Super Olimpia

SS

1

Nil

6

1

Nil

56

 

Bernardelli Express 2000

     Notes: This is an over-and-under rifle designed for fairly-powerful and in most case, unusual ammunition.  It has a single or twin trigger; in Express 2000’s equipped with two triggers, the front trigger acts as a set trigger, not a barrel trigger.  The top barrel has a short raised barrel rib, upon which lies the rear sight; this rib is also drilled and tapped for a telescopic sight.  The stock is walnut, with a cheek plate and a pistol grip-type wrist.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Express 2000 (21.625” Barrels)

7x64mm Brenneke

3.1 kg

2 Internal

$668

Express 2000 (23.625” Barrels)

7x64mm Brenneke

3.3 kg

2 Internal

$709

Express 2000 (21.625” Barrels)

.30-06 Springfield

3.25 kg

2 Internal

$703

Express 2000 (23.625” Barrels)

.30-06 Springfield

3.46 kg

2 Internal

$743

Express 2000 (21.625” Barrels)

8mm JRS

3.24 kg

2 Internal

$700

Express 2000 (23.625” Barrels)

8mm JRS

3.45 kg

2 Internal

$741

Express 2000 (21.625” Barrels)

9.3x74Rmm

4.15 kg

2 Internal

$1741

Express 2000 (23.625” Barrels)

9.3x74Rmm

4.42 kg

2 Internal

$1863

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Express 2000 (21.625”, 7mm)

SA

4

1-2-3

6

5

Nil

67

Express 2000 (23.625”, 7mm)

SA

4

1-2-3

6

5

Nil

76

Express 2000 (21.625”, .30-06)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

61

Express 2000 (23.625”, .30-06)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

69

Express 2000 (21.625”, 8mm)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

70

Express 2000 (23.625”, 8mm)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

80

Express 2000 (21.625”, 9.3mm)

SA

6

1-3-Nil

6

6

Nil

73

Express 2000 (23.625”, 9.3mm)

SA

6

1-3-Nil

7

6

Nil

84

 

Cimarron Texas Ranger Sharps Carbine

     Notes: This weapon, actually rifle-sized, is a modern replica of the Sharps Carbines procured for the Texas Rangers in the late 1860s.  The original Sharps Carbines were converted forms of the original Sharps Carbines, which were designed for blackpowder and Minie Balls.  These carbines were very rare in their original form, with only 36 being procured by the Texas government (Rangers preferred to supply their own weapons).  The conversion made the weapons into cartridge-firing breech-fed weapons.  The Cimarron replica is almost perfect, with only some slight wood-to-metal fit imperfections.  The barrel is 22 inches long, round, and finished in deeply-polished blue, with a bore that is well-polished.  Most of the other metalwork is in case-hardened color.  The stock and fore-end are of straight-grained walnut.  The rear sight is a ladder-type adjustable sight; when this sight is folded down, the carbine has a quick battle sight good for short-range work.  Windage adjustments are made by moving this sight in its dovetail.  The front sight is an inverted v-shaped blade atop a post, with the rear surface being rounded, allowing it to catch light.  The action is classic falling block, perhaps more precisely machined than the original, and the carbine has a saddle ring.  The hammer is huge, with a checkered hammer spur.  The trigger guard is small, too small for a gloved finger (like the original). 

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Texas Ranger Sharps Carbine

.45-70 Government

3.74 kg

1 Internal

$304

Texas Ranger Sharps Carbine

.50-70 Government

3.75 kg

1 Internal

$305

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Texas Ranger Sharps Carbine (.45-70)

SS

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

74

Texas Ranger Sharps Carbine (.50-70)

SS

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

72

 

FAIR Safari Express

     Notes: This is an express rifle – a double-barreled rifle designed for powerful cartridges and hunting big game.  The Safari 500 Express is an over-and-under rifle based on a 20-gauge shotgun breech, and is thus not too heavy a weapon, but has strong barrel block locking.  They are designed so that the point of convergence – the range at which both rounds will hit within a 2-inch circle – is at about 50 meters, considered a proper range for hunting with this type of weapon.  The Safari Express uses barrels of the same caliber, and has automatic shell  extractors which move the rounds out of the chamber when the rifle is breeched just enough to grasp easily.  The single trigger is non-selective, with the bottom barrel firing first and the top barrel firing second.  The breech block is chromed and engraved with a red deer.  The stock and fore-end are of walnut of good quality.  The Safari Standard Express is virtually identical, but has shell ejectors and a stock and fore-end of select walnut.  The Safari Deluxe Express has even better wood.  The top of this line is the Safari Prestige Express, which has very fine and intricate engravings on the side plates.  (All these rifles are identical for game purposes.)  There is a short version, the Safari 500 Battue Express, which has 21.625-inch barrels (as opposed to the 23.625-inch barrels of the other versions), and comes in only two calibers.  These rifles are equipped with a base for a telescopic sight.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: Introduced in 2001, this rifle does not exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Safari Express

6.5x57mm Mauser

3 kg

2 Internal

$736

Safari Express

7x64mm Brenneke

3.22 kg

2 Internal

$784

Safari Express

7mm Mauser

3.12 kg

2 Internal

$761

Safari Express

8mm JRS

3.36 kg

2 Internal

$816

Safari Express

.30-06 Springfield

3.37 kg

2 Internal

$818

Safari Express

9.3x74Rmm

4.27 kg

2 Internal

$1938

Safari Express

.444 Marlin

4.3 kg

2 Internal

$1945

Safari 500 Battue Express

8mm JRS

2.9 kg

2 Internal

$775

Safari 500 Battue Express

9.3x73Rmm

3.69 kg

2 Internal

$1816

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Safari Express (6.5mm Mauser)

SA

4

2-Nil

6

4

Nil

66

Safari Express (7mm Brenneke)

SA

4

1-2-3

6

4

Nil

76

Safari Express (7mm Mauser)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

71

Safari Express (8mm)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

80

Safari Express (.30-06)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

69

Safari Express (9.3mm)

SA

6

1-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

83

Safari Express (.444)

SA

6

2-4-Nil

7

5

Nil

80

Safari 500 Battue Express (8mm)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

70

Safari 500 Battue Express (9.3mm)

SA

6

1-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

73

 

Pedersoli Model 1874

     Notes: The Sharps Model 1874 was one of the first factory-produced rifles designed for smokeless powder cartridges (though they were also designed to allow them to shoot blackpowder rounds).  The Pedersoli Model 1874 is a modern reproduction of the Sharps 1874; its primary target market is blackpowder sharpshooters in BCPR competitions.  (Blackpowder rounds are not covered below.)  The primary US importer is Dixie Gun Works.

     The Model 1874 is made to “old-time” specifications; it has a heavy, blued, 32-inch octagonal barrel.  The trigger group includes a double set triggers, and the stock is made from European walnut.  The rest of the metalwork is color-case hardened.  As manufactured, the Model 1874 is simply drilled and tapped for both modern-type scopes and standard iron sights, as well as the old-style William Malcolm 6x scope which extends virtually the entire length of the barrel and receiver.

   Model 1874’s equipped with that William Malcolm sight are called by Pedersoli the Model 1874 Silhouette.  In game terms, this “legacy” scope adds considerable cost to the rifle as well as weight.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Model 1874

.45-70 Government

5.11 kg

1 Internal

$403

Model 1874

.40-65 Winchester

4.95 kg

1 Internal

$393

Model 1874 Silhouette

.45-70 Government

5.9 kg

1 Internal

$703

Model 1874 Silhouette

.40-65 Winchester

5.74 kg

1 Internal

$693

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Model 1874 (.45-70)

SS

4

2-3-Nil

8

4

Nil

117

Model 1874 (.40-65)

SS

3

2-Nil

8

4

Nil

117

Model 1874 Silhouette (.45-70)

SS

4

2-3-Nil

8

3

Nil

117

Model 1874 Silhouette (.40-65)

SS

3

2-Nil

8

3

Nil

117

 

Rizzini Safari

     Notes: This weapon comes from a manufacturer known for making beautiful, elaborate weapons with intricate artwork.  The Safari is a side-by-side double rifle based on one of the company’s shotguns, and thus has features such as automatic ejection for spent shells and the ability to fire both barrels at once. 

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Safari

7mm Mauser

4 kg

2 Internal

$750

Safari

7x65mmR

4.08 kg

2 Internal

$764

Safari

.30-06 Springfield

4.3 kg

2 Internal

$807

Safari

8mm JRS

4.29 kg

2 Internal

$804

Safari

9.3x74mmR

5.22 kg

2 Internal

$2053

Safari

.444 Marlin

3.02 kg

2 Internal

$654

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Safari (7mm Mauser)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

85

Safari (7x65mmR)

SA

4

1-2-3

7

4

Nil

87

Safari (.30-06)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

83

Safari (8mm JRS)

SA

5

2-3-Nil

7

4

Nil

96

Safari (9.3mm)

SA

7

1-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

94

Safari (.444)

SA

4

2-Nil

6

5

Nil

96

 

Sabatti Classic 92 Express

     Notes: Introduced in 2002, this is an “Express Rifle” – a side-by-side double-barreled rifle designed for high-powered cartridges.  The barrels are of cold-forged chrome-molybdenum steel for extra hardness, and the breech block is of chrome-nickel steel.  The Classic 92 Express uses double barrel block locking.  The stock and fore-end are of select walnut root with a Bavarian-style stock.  The fore-end and pistol grip wrist have fish-scale-type checkering.  The walnut is oil-finished and polished.  Between the barrels is a raised rib; it can be used for quick sighting, but the rib is also higher at the rear to allow for mounting of telescopic sights (it has dovetail rail for this purpose) and also carries a rear folding leaf sight.  The front of the barrel rib has a blade-type front sight.  The Classic 92 Express may have double triggers or a single non-selective trigger.  The standard for the rifle is extractors only, but Sabatti will fit automatic case ejectors at the customer’s request.

     The Model 92F is a newer version, meant to provide “inexpensive luxury,” as well as fire more powerful rounds.  The walnut is of lesser, but still excellent, quality; the engraving of the side plates is still elaborate, but not as elaborate as the Classic 92, and it is done by machine instead of by hand.  The stock has a ventilated rubber recoil pad.  The 24-inch barrels are blued and have attachment points for a telescopic sight; they remain chrome-moly barrels, like those of the Classic 92.  The Model 92F has shell extractors rather than ejectors.  The iron sights are interesting; the rear is a simple notch sight, but has green fiberoptic dots on either side of the notch.  The front sight is a ramped blade with three fiberoptic dots on top for all but the Nitro Express chamberings; the Nitro Express chamberings have an adjustable leaf rear sight.  The Model 92F has a double trigger and a tang-mounted safety/break-open lever. Even with the recoil pad on the butt, recoil is stout on all but the .45-70 chambering.

     Twilight 2000 Notes: This rifle does not exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Classic 92 Express

7x65mmR

3.5 kg

2 Internal

$716

Classic 92 Express

.30 Blaser

4.05 kg

2 Internal

$1745

Classic 92 Express

8mm JRS

3.7 kg

2 Internal

$749

Classic 92 Express

9.3x74mmR

4.74 kg

2 Internal

$1885

Classic 92 Express

.444 Marlin

3.31 kg

2 Internal

$598

Classic 92 Express

.45-70 Government

3.38 kg

2 Internal

$608

Model 92F

.45-70 Government

3.27 kg

2 Internal

$683

Model 92F

9.3x74mmR

4.59 kg

2 Internal

$1960

Model 92F

.375 H&H Magnum

4.63 kg

2 Internal

$1972

Model 92F

.416 Rigby

5.01 kg

2 Internal

$2076

Model 92F

.450 Nitro Express No 2

5.81 kg

2 Internal

$2314

Model 92F

.458 Winchester Magnum

5.17 kg

2 Internal

$2098

Model 92F

.470 Nitro Express

5.9 kg

2 Internal

$2314

Model 92F

.500 Nitro Express

6.04 kg

2 Internal

$2361

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Classic 92 Express (7x65mm)

SA

4

1-2-3

6

5

Nil

78

Classic 92 Express (.30)

SA

5

1-2-3

6

4

Nil

79

Classic 92 Express (8mm)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

5

Nil

82

Classic 92 Express (9.3mm)

SA

6

1-3-Nil

7

6

Nil

85

Classic 92 Express (.444)

SA

5

1-2-Nil

6

4

Nil

98

Classic 92 Express (.45-70)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

82

Model 92F (.45-70)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

82

Model 92F (9.3mm)

SA

6

1-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

85

Model 92F (.375)

SA

7

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

90

Model 92F (.416)

SA

7

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

98

Model 92F (.450)

SA

8

1-2-3

7

6

Nil

97

Model 92F (.458)

SA

8

1-3-5

7

5

Nil

98

Model 92F (.470)

SA

8

1-2-3

7

6

Nil

107

Model 92F (.500)

SA

9

1-2-3

7

6

Nil

98

 

Sabatti Express 230/345

     Notes: These two similar Express rifles are over-and-under weapons.  The breech of the Model 345 has a slightly heavier breech; the Model 230 has a standard pistol grip wrist stock while the Model 345 has a Bavarian-type stock.  They are otherwise identical.  They have heavy breeches made from chrome-nickel steel, and barrels of chrome-molybdenum steel which are drilled out and then have the rifling cold-forged into them.  They may have twin triggers or selective single triggers; the safety/barrel selector is on the neck of the stock.  They have case extractors for spent shells.  The top barrel has a solid sighting rib which slopes upward towards the chambers; this allows for a folding rear sight and a dovetail rail for the attachment of telescopic sights.  The stock and fore-end are of walnut root, the butt has a recoil pad, and the side plates of the rifles are engraved with decorations of a red deer. 

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Express 230/945

5.6x50mm Magnum

3.5 kg

2 Internal

$685

Express 230/945

5.6mm RWS

3.59 kg

2 Internal

$699

Express 230/945

.22-250 Remington

3.48 kg

2 Internal

$682

Express 230/945

.222 Remington

3.41 kg

2 Internal

$671

Express 230/945

.222 Remington Magnum

3.46 kg

2 Internal

$679

Express 230/945

6.5mm Swedish

3.85 kg

2 Internal

$738

Express 230/945

6.5x57mm Mauser

3.88 kg

2 Internal

$743

Express 230/945

6.5x68mm RWS

4.07 kg

2 Internal

$775

Express 230/945

.243 Winchester

3.69 kg

2 Internal

$708

Express 230/945

.270 Winchester

4.17 kg

2 Internal

$784

Express 230/945

7x65mmR

4.21 kg

2 Internal

$791

Express 230/945

7.62mm NATO

4.14 kg

2 Internal

$779

Express 230/945

.30-06 Springfield

4.41 kg

2 Internal

$826

Express 230/945

8mm JRS

4.4 kg

2 Internal

$823

Express 230/945

9.3x74mmR

5.6 kg

2 Internal

$1961

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Express 230/345 (5.6mm Magnum)

SA

3

1-2-Nil

6

3

Nil

78

Express 230/345 (5.6mm RWS)

SA

3

1-2-Nil

6

3

Nil

69

Express 230/345 (.22-250)

SA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

67

Express 230/345 (.222 Rem)

SA

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

71

Express 230/345 (.222 Rem Magnum)

SA

3

1-1-Nil

6

3

Nil

81

Express 230/345 (6.5mm Swedish)

SA

4

2-Nil

6

4

Nil

70

Express 230/345 (6.5mm Mauser)

SA

4

2-Nil

6

4

Nil

68

Express 230/345 (6.5mm RWS)

SA

4

1-2-3

6

4

Nil

68

Express 230/345 (.243)

SA

3

2-Nil

6

3

Nil

68

Express 230/345 (.270)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

63

Express 230/345 (7x65mmR)

SA

4

1-2-3

6

4

Nil

79

Express 230/345 (7.62mm)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

81

Express 230/345 (.30-06)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

71

Express 230/345 (8mm JRS)

SA

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

82

Express 230/345 (9.3x74mm)

SA

6

1-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

85

 

Sabatti SKL-98

     Notes: This is a single-shot break-open rifle designed for hunting.  It is chambered for many different cartridges, and has a 23 5/8-inch barrel which gives most of those cartridges good performance.  The trigger pressure is very light (about 25 ounces) and a set trigger is not necessary.  The SKL-98 has a raised rib at the rear of the barrel; this rib has a folding rear leaf sight and a dovetail groove for a scope mount.  The stock is of select walnut root and is oil-finished, with a Bavarian-style stock.  The pistol grip wrist and the fore-end is checkered.  The SKL-98 DL deluxe version has an engraved breech, but is otherwise identical to the standard model for game purposes.  The firing pin is always uncocked unless ready to fire; thus the firing mechanism is not activated unless the sliding safety catch is switched to the fire position.  This catch always returns to the safe position when the gun is breeched. 

     Twilight 2000 Notes: Introduced in 1998, this weapon does not exist in the Twilight 2000 timeline.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

SKL-98

.22 Hornet

3 kg

1 Internal

$296

SKL-98

.222 Remington

3.09 kg

1 Internal

$304

SKL-98

5.6x50mm Magnum

3.17 kg

1 Internal

$311

SKL-98

6mm Freres

3.3 kg

1 Internal

$322

SKL-98

6.5mm Swedish

3.47 kg

1 Internal

$338

SKL-98

6.5x65mm RWS

3.62 kg

1 Internal

$352

SKL-98

6.5x57mm Mauser

3.5 kg

1 Internal

$341

SKL-98

.270 Winchester

3.7 kg

1 Internal

$361

SKL-98

7mm Mauser

3.63 kg

1 Internal

$353

SKL-98

7x65mmR

3.85 kg

1 Internal

$365

SKL-98

.30-06 Springfield

4.02 kg

1 Internal

$382

SKL-98

.30 Blaser

4.39 kg

1 Internal

$871

SKL-98

8mm JRS

4.04 kg

1 Internal

$381

SKL-98

9.3x74Rmm

5.08 kg

1 Internal

$942

 

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

SKL-98 (.22)

SS

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

69

SKL-98 (.222)

SS

3

1-Nil

6

3

Nil

70

SKL-98 (5.6x50mm)

SS

3

1-1-Nil

6

3

Nil

76

SKL-98 (6mm)

SS

3

1-2-Nil

6

3

Nil

80

SKL-98 (6.5mm Swedish)

SS

4

2-Nil

6

4

Nil

68

SKL-98 (6.5mm RWS)

SS

4

1-2-3

6

4

Nil

69

SKL-98 (6.5mm Mauser)

SS

4

2-Nil

6

4

Nil

66

SKL-98 (.270)

SS

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

61

SKL-98 (7mm Mauser)

SS

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

71

SKL-98 (7x65mmR)

SS

4

1-2-3

6

4

Nil

76

SKL-98 (.30-06)

SS

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

69

SKL-98 (.30)

SS

5

1-2-3

6

4

Nil

77

SKL-98 (8mm)

SS

4

2-3-Nil

6

4

Nil

80

SKL-98 (9.3mm)

SS

6

1-3-Nil

7

5

Nil

83