AMSD OM 50 Nemesis

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The OM 50 Nemesis was a bolt-action anti-materiel rifle made by the Swiss company AMSD (Advanced Military Systems Design). The first prototype was introduced in the early 2000s, and the rifle was continuously improved as the years went by. The latest version was known as the OM 50 Nemesis MK5, which had a redesigned pistol grip, magazine well, buttstock and bolt handle. Recently, Swiss Arms (formerly SIG) acquired the rights to further develop and manufacture the Nemesis. Swiss Arms made several changes and improvements to the rifle and are currently offering the updated version of the Nemesis. The new design of the gun also called for a new designation: The rifle is currently known as the SG 511.

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Specifications

Type: Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle

Caliber: .50 BMG (12.7x99mm NATO) (Cancelled Calibers: .416 Barrett, .460 Steyr and .510 DTC EUROP)

Capacity: 5-round box magazine / 10-round mag on early prototypes

Effective Range: up to 1600 m



The AMSD OM 50 Nemesis and its successors can be seen in the following:

OM 50 Nemesis

PROTOTYPE AMSD OM 50 Nemesis - .50 BMG

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Ghost Recon: Phantoms "Nemesis 50" w/ various attachments prototype version 2014


Swiss Arms SG 511

Swiss Arms SG 511-2 with scope removed and 27.5" barrel - .50 BMG

Two versions of the SG 511 are known: 511-1 and 511-2. The only difference is that the 511-2 is made of more durable but also heavier materials. Both versions come with five different barrel lengths: 17.5", 22", 27.5", 32" and 36".


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