The Barrett .50 Caliber
Excerpted from “The History of Sniping and Sharpshooting” by Major John L. Plaster, USAR (Ret.). Published by Paladin Press, 2008.
A History Like No Other
Maj. John Plaster's The History Of Sniping And Sharpshooting is the result of a lifetime of study and relies on more than 10,000 sources to relate its stories.
A week at Barrett’s long-range training courses will teach you the fundamentals of big-bore, extreme-distance shooting.
Quick-Change Solution: Colt’s LE901-16S
Colt’s innovative Model LE901 Modular Carbine is a 7.62x51 mm NATO rifle that can be quickly switched to 5.56x45 mm NATO.
A Bad Investment: S&W Model 1940 Light Rifle
In 1939, the British contracted with Smith & Wesson to make a carbine. Unfortunately, the Model 1940 Light Rifles never really worked.
Smith M14 Rifles
Smith Enterprise has returned to the civilian market with M14 receivers, providing customers the flexibility to build rifles to individual requirements.
MLR22AT .22 Semi Automatic Rifle
A mechanical clone of the Ruger 10/22, the MagnumLite has an integrally machined optic rain, oversize charging handle and graphite-wrapped barrel.
Windham Weaponry SRC
The Windham Weaponry SCR is a valued-priced, but feature-filled rifle from an old company with a new name.
Ruger 10/22 Takedown
Ruger has expanded its ever-popular 10/22 rifle with a takedown version that is easily stored and carried, while maintaining its accuracy and reliability.
CMMG M300 AAC Blackout Rifle
In many ways, ARs are like cars. They have many manufacturers, they’re proven, they’re customizable and it’s the little things that sell you on one.
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