Desert Tactical Arms developed the Hard Target Interdiction (HTI) rifle at specific military customer request. The HTI’s bullpup design makes it the most compact and portable .50 BMG rifle in the world. It weighs 12 pounds lighter and is 12 inches shorter than the US M107 .50 BMG rifle currently in use by US forces.
The HTI rifle is also convertible between .50 BMG and .375 Cheytac with the .408 and .416 Barret calibers coming soon. All chamberings are capable of 2000+ yard engagements with phenomenal penetration. Purpose built to take out targets at extreme distances, behind light cover, or stop light-skinned vehicles in their tracks. Learn more at Deserttacticalarms.com.
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Desert Tactical Arms developed the Hard Target Interdiction (HTI) rifle at specific military customer…
by Tactical-Life / Jun 26, 2012