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IDEAS 2014
8th International Defence Exhibition & Seminar

1 to 4 December 2014
Karachi , Pakistan

 
Barrett Firearms at IDEAS 2014
 
 
Monday, December 15, 2014 11:55 AM
 
Barrett Firearms wants to expand its commercial presence in the Asian region at IDEAS 2014.
The American Company Barrett Firearms wants to expand its commercial presence in the Asian region with its complete range of large-caliber rifles. At IDEAS 2014, the International Defense Exhibition in Pakistan, the Company has presented the Model 82A1, semi-automatic .416 caliber rifle.
     
The American Company Barrett Fireams wants to expand its commercial presence in the Asian region with its complete range of large-caliber rifles. At IDEAS 2014, the International Defense Exhibition in Pakistan, the Company has presented the Model 82A1, semi-automatic .416 caliber rifle.
Barrett Firearms M82A1 anti-materiel rifle at IDEAS 2014, International Defense Exhibition in Karachi, Pakistan.
     

Headquartered in Murfreesboro, Tennessee (United States), Barrett is the world leader in large-caliber rifle design and manufacturing. Our products are used by civilian sport shooters, law enforcement agencies, the United States military and more than 73 State Department approved countries across the world.

After 30-plus years of making history, the powerhouse rifle that started it all is still leading the pack. With its low felt recoil and self-loading action, the Model 82A1 offers rapid, accurate firepower that never slows down.

The M82, standardized by the US Military as the M107, is a recoil-operated, semi-automatic anti-materiel rifle developed by the American Barrett Firearms Manufacturing company. The first conventional military success was the sale of about 100 M82A1 rifles to the Swedish Army in 1989. As the first and only semi-automatic .50 caliber rifle available, the Model 82A1 continues to blaze new territory. In 1990, the United States armed forces purchased significant numbers of the M82A1 during operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in Kuwait and Iraq.

     

     
The M82A1 chamber is chrome-plated and dimensioned for both civilian and military ammunition. The extractor and ejector are proven to work under any condition, and close tolerances on every part allow it to function in all environments. The muzzle brake, dual barrel springs and long mainspring design make this iconic rifle comfortable and exciting to shoot.

The .416 Barrett caliber brings new levels of precision shooting to the Model 82A1. With the enhanced accuracy and increased velocity of the .416 Barrett cartridge, this rifle offers incredible long-range precision. The Model 82A1 .416 is also available with a non-detachable magazine for state compliance purposes in which the magazine can easily be accessed for loading with a simple tool. For owners that want to swap their .50 caliber configurations to .416 caliber, upper conversion units are available on the Barrett webstore.

The Model 82A1 fits into a regular sized carrying case. Although it’s transported as a disassembled upper and lower receiver, it can be ready to fire in under a minute. The scope remains mounted on the upper receiver, maintaining zero. The rifle’s M1913 optics rail has a 27 MOA taper to take full advantage of the scope’s elevation travel.

 

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