|Full text name
|Beretta Corvus 12.7 sniper / anti-materiel rifle
|.50 BMG (12.7x99 Browning Machine Gun)
|Overall length, mm
|Length, folded, mm
|Barrel length, mm
|Weight empty, kg
|Magazine capacity, rounds
The Beretta Corvus 12.7 large caliber sniper rifle is built by the company Victrix Armaments which is a part of the Italian Beretta consortium. This rifle is intended for long range sniping and anti-materiel use.
This rifle is a manually operated, rotary bolt action weapon with steel receiver and three-lug bolt. It is fed from detachable box magazines and features a free-floating barrel with removable muzzle brake.
The stock and forend are made from lightweight alloys, shoulder stock is fully adjustable and folds to the side for transportation. Various day and night optical devices can be installed onto the integrated Picatinny rail. The standard day telescope sight is the Steiner Military 5-25×56.
The manufacturer claims that with proper match grade ammunition this rifle is capable of 0.5 MOA accuracy at 1000 meters.