Unique X-51

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Unique X-51 - .22 LR

Unique X-51 (or X51) is a French semi-auto small caliber hunting and sporting rifle, manufactured by MAPF (Manufacture d’Armes des Pyrénées Françaises). The production started in 1964 and continues until modern days. Most rifles are produced in X-51 and X-51bis versions while several other versions exist, including F-11 in bullpup configuration that visually resemble FAMAS. X-51s are often equipped with various sniper scopes.

Specifications

(1964 - Present)

  • Type: Semi-auto Rifle
  • Weight: 6 lbs (2.7 kg) (X-51bis)
  • Length: 40.6 in (103 cm) (X-51bis)
  • Barrel length: 23.6 in (60 cm) (X-51bis)
  • Caliber(s): .22 LR
  • Fire Modes: Semi-auto
  • Feed system: 2, 5, or 10-round magazines

The Unique X-51 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
The Red Circle (Le cercle rouge) Yves Montand Jansen 1970
Without Apparent Motive (Sans mobile apparent) Jean-Pierre Marielle Perry Rupert-Foote With sniper scope 1971
I Am a Dummy (Ya - kukla) Aleksandr Domogarov Viktor Vorobyov With sniper scope 2001
Antikiller Egor Konchalovskiy A hitman With sniper scope 2002





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