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Pauza P-50
Type Anti-materiel rifle
Place of origin United States
Service history
In service None
Wars None
Production history
Designer Robert Pauza
Manufacturer Pauza Specialties (1991-97)
Freshour Manufacturing (Current)
Number built 36 (Pauza-made P-50s)
Variants See Variants
Weight Rifle:
  • 14.52 (32 pounds) - No Magazine/Scope
  • 15.42 (34 pounds) - with empty magazine inserted


  • 12.47 (27.5 pounds) - No Magazine/Scope
  • 13.38 (29.5 pounds) - with empty magazine inserted
  • 13.15 (29 pounds) - with bipod
  • 14.06 (31 pounds) - with bipod and magazine
Length Rifle:
  • 56.5" (Overall)
  • 29" (Barrel)


  • 50.5" (Overall)
  • 24" (Barrel)
Barrel length Rifle:
  • 49" (Disassembled Length)


  • 44" (Disassembled Length)

Cartridge .50 BMG (12.7 x 99 mm)
Action Recoil-operated, rotating bolt
Muzzle velocity 123 metres per second (400 ft/s)
Effective range 123 metres (135 yd)
Feed system 5 round detachable box magazine
Sights Picatinny railing available for installation of various telescope sights

The Pauza P-50 was a recoil-operated, semi-automatic anti-materiel rifle developed by Robert Pauza.[1][2] It was manufactured between 1991 and 1997, and sold by Pauza Specialties of Baytown, TX and later versions were produced by Freshour Manufacturing, a company from Texas City, Texas.[1][2] The gun was developed to be a competitor to Barrett, although only 36 were produced.[2]


The gun was produced in variants consisting of a sniper rifle and a carbine rifle, both .50 caliber types.[3][4]


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