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Remington MSR

Remington MSR

Call of Duty fans beware, it does exist in real life! The Remington Modular Sniper Rifle (MSR) is designed from inputs directly from field in order to create a versatile platform, that combines accuracy at 1500 meter with features such as adjustable folding stock, free-float handguard, and the ability to change barrel length and calibers within minutes.

It chambers in .338 Lapua Magnum to .300 Win Mag to 7.62 NATO. As with the McMillan CS5, this rifle is not avaliable in airsoft version, however with focus around the rifle, it may be suitable for airsoft companies to consider production of this.

The live firearm version of this patent-pending system addresses the long-range and medium-range needs of the modern battlefield. Designed to be it all in one package, it suits multiple emerging armed forces and law enforcement requirements. By being mission adaptable, it allows the operator to change the bolt face, barrel, and magazine with minutes, and features lightweight, efficient design with optimal material selection for performance and corrosion resistance.

Avaliable calibers are .338 Lapua Magnum, .338 Norma Magnum, .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester (7.62x51mm NATO) and the barrel length is 20, 22, 24, 27 inches, all being made of stainless steel, modified for flash suppressors and Titan sound suppressors.

For more information visit: http://www.remingtonmilitary.com/Firearms/Sniper%20Rifles/MSR.aspx

Sources:
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http://www.gundigest.com/tactical-gear/15-state-of-the-art-sniper-rifles?pid=1091

 
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#1 PolishLad » 2012-04-05 06:13

Did Remington design a new proprietary action for the MSR, or is it the M24/ M700 action like their XM2010?
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#2 Nicklas » 2012-04-07 11:31

Quoting PolishLad:
Did Remington design a new proprietary action for the MSR, or is it the M24/ M700 action like their XM2010?


I am not sure, but I believe they used the same action system as the M24/M700/XM2010, and I cannot see what the positives in a new system would be. If anything current would be likely to be adopted, it would somehow be a new firing-pin system, which allows the powder within the shell-casing to burn a little bit faster, increasing the angle of flight on longer distances. I am unsure of how it functions, but I have a buddy of mine who is a competition shooter and is looking into getting the system. The downside to that system is how complicated it is - too many small moving parts.

Plus, the current system works just fine. Military specifications are hard to overcome; must be both simple, reliable yet increase performance and, for long-range systems, long-range lethality.
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#3 mfroc » 2012-04-09 18:15

it is a modified and upgraded remington model 700 action placed in a different stock and barrel with detachable magazines

(ps the police sniper rifles (m700) are basiclly synthetic stocked hunting rifles put them in a different stock and there the same as a remington model 700) 8)
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