Beretta has gone above and beyond to build the TRG M10, a bolt-action sniper rifle for the 21st century that can quickly change chamberings to handle any mission. It looks cool and offers sub-MOA performance to match.
Starting at the rear of the rifle, the stock is fully adjustable for cheek height, buttpad height and length of pull. The buttstock also folds to the right side and locks into place for easier transportation and carry. All adjustments can be done quickly without the use of any tools. Users can also swap out the pistol grip’s backstrap for one of three sizes; all three are included in the standard package.
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The trigger is adjustable from 2 to 4 pounds. The ambidextrous safety is just in front of the trigger, and just forward and below the triggerguard is the magazine release, which is easy to reach with either hand.
The handguard is user-configurable, meaning shooters can add Picatinny rail sections where needed for accessories, and the long top rail provides plenty of space for sights, optics and night-vision gear. The long bottom rail makes it easy to attach a bipod for stability. Within the handguard is a cold-hammer-forged barrel with M18x1 threading for attaching sound suppressors.
For more information, visit http://www.beretta.com.
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