Top 10 Latest Sniper Rifles of USA

#3 Bolt Action Designated Sniper Rifle (DM/S-R)

The concept of the following rifle was developed by USA over the past several years as the conflicts in the Middle East and as the sniping campaigns evolved during those conflicts during this period. The conditions in Iraq also demanded such kind of evolution so as to counter marauding forces swiftly, was with the development of the urban battlefield as a major hot bed of combat operations and sniper involvement. Such situations made sniper rifles a very vital part of the combat operations, which it actually helped contribute to the adoption of a new Sniper Rifle for the US Army.


#2 Tactical M40T4

Tactical Rifles is an additional one of the elevated eminence norm tactical rifle manufacturers in the USA. They have been around for a while now and have been producing some very high quality rifles, formerly based on the tried and true Remington 700 action, but now they have urbanized their own “Chimera” action and are building most of their rifles on this new “similar to the 700” action. The Specifications for the Tactical M40T4 are tabulated below:

Caliber .308 Win
Barrel Stainless steel, #7 heavy contour
Barrel Length 24″ (610mm)
Weight (Rifle only) 11 lbs (5 kg)
Overall Length 43.25″ (1099mm)
Magazine Rifles floorplate with 5 Round Detachable Box
Stock Manners T4 with adjustable cheekpiece
Price About $4200 USD


#1 Les Baer .308 Semi-Auto Match

Les Baer .308 Semi-Auto Match is the most recent development from United States Armory. The specifications for the rifle are tabulated below:

Caliber .308 Win (7.62x51mm NATO)
Barrel Les Barrel Custom (LBC) Stainless Steel with Cut Rifling
Barrel Length 24″ (610mm)
Weight (Rifle only) 10.5 lbs (4.77 kg)
Overall Length 43.6″ (1107mm)
Magazine Magpul 20 Round Detachable Box Magazine
Stock Synthetic A2 style standard, Magpul optional
Price MSRP $2980 (2011 price)


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