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  • Remington PSR - Precision Sniper Rifle

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    The Precision Sniper Rifle (PSR) program launched in 2009 as a US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) sponsored program, which supports Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps Special Operations Forces. The goal of the PSR program was ambitious: to replace all bolt-action sniper rifles used by special ops snipers with a single bolt-action rifle chambered for magnums like the .300 Win Mag and .338 Lapua Mag.

    Highlights of the program’s requirements:

    · Sub-MOA accuracy from 300-1500 meters (just under 1 mile!)

    · Able to be broken down into major components in under 2 minutes and reassembled in under 2 minutes … with no change in weapon zero!

    · Overall length of 52″ or less (excluding suppressor), with no single component being longer than 40″

    · Weigh 18 lbs. or less (including loaded 5 round mag)

    · Integral mil-spec picatinny rail on top

    · Mean Rounds Between Failures (MRBF) of 1000 rounds

    To be able to change barrels and calibers on-the-fly, Remington designed a completely new, billet titanium receiver. The MSR receiver features a barrel extension with steel-on-steel lock-up and barrel nut, which automatically sets the headspace for the selected caliber. It features a few other upgrades over a traditional Remington 700 action, like an integral recoil lug and ambidextrous bolt release.

    This particular setup (case and some parts like barrels and mags) were used in country (as can be seen by the stickers), where and how it was used can’t be said any further than that, but you can make some educated guesses based on where it went. This kit is missing a few mags (all very easily acquirable) but the true gem to making this a collector piece besides it being a unicorn is the fact that it has one of two sets of carbon fiber proof barrels that were made at the request of SOCOM to see if it was possible to lower the weight further and keep all other requirements.

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