World's First .905-Caliber Rifle Shoots $40 Bullets (Video)

| by Michael Allen
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SSK Industries, in Ohio, has created the world's first .905-caliber rifle, making it the highest-caliber rifle in the world.

The gun resembles a shoulder-mounted missile launcher and uses bullets that cost more than $40 each.

According to the Daily Mail, the .905-caliber rifle can fire bullets 2,100 feet per second and has a powerful kick back that can knock the shooter down.

The bullet grain is up to 2,500 for the giant gun, compared to 200 for a normal sniper rifle.

There are three versions of the gun. The 50-pound version is featured in a video (below), but the other two rifles weigh about 110 pounds.

Source: Daily Mail