This monstrosity of a sniper rifle can apparently take out a target from almost two miles away YouTube Screenshot

Standing 6 feet 8 inches tall, this is by far the biggest rifle we’ve ever seen.

Anzio Ironworks developed the 20x102mm Ultra Long Range Sniper System to increase the limit of precision firing from 2,000 yards to 3,500 yards (almost two miles). So yeah, probably not something you just want to be playing around with at home unless you really know what you’re doing.

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When looking at this massive gun, it’s hard to imagine anyone transporting it with any kind of ease or efficiency, which seems essential in a situation a sniper rifle would be needed.

Back in 1937, the Imperial Japanese Army used a semi-automatic anti-tank rifle that weighed 150 pounds and took a crew of four to operate it, so we guess these type of rifles have come a long way, baby

And to be able to accurately hit a target from two miles away, well that’s just crazy.

Check out this Arma II video game clip which introduces the rifle and shows just what it is capable of.

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