The Barrett M107A1 doesn’t need much of an introduction.
An evolution of the Model 82A1/M107, Barrett re-engineered the .50 BMG rifle to be a lightweight beast for combat.
Designed to be used with a suppressor, the M107A1 pulls from the original Barrett M107, but with a weight reduction of 5 pounds.
We put our Tactical Field Editor, Aaron Barruga, behind the M107A1 at the Athlon Outdoors Rendezvous in Gateway, Colo.
After setting up a junkyard car out to 200 yards, we told Barruga to unleash hell. Watch the video above to see the results.
The M107A1 features a thermal cheek guard, as well as suppressor-ready bolt carrier and buffer assemblies.
The lightweight aluminum upper receiver features an integrated 27 MOA optics rail. Inside the upper receiver, the bolt carrier rides on a hardened steel anti-wear strip for added durability.
For more information, please visit Barrett.net.
Barrett M107A1 Specifications
Caliber: .50 BMG
Operation: Recoil Operated, Semi-Automatic
Rail Length/MOA: 18” (45.72 cm) 27 MOA
Weight: 28.7 lbs (13 kg) or 27.4 lbs (12.4 kg)
Overall Assembled Length: 57” (145 cm) or 48” (122 cm)
Barrel Length: 29” (73.7 cm) or 20” (50.8 cm)
Rifling Twist: 1 turn in 15” (38.1 cm)
Magazine Capacity: 10 Rounds
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