Barrett Firearms Model 82A1 50BMG 29" 13316
This is your chance to get the legend, the Barrett 50! Every firearm enthusiast either wants, own, or has respect for the Barrett's platform. The 50 BMG is the most powerful rifle caliber, until you get into artillery! More than capable of reaching targets at over a mile while maintaining the energy of a 44 magnum at point blank at these incredible distances. The only limitations of the capabilities of this rifle are the glass you choose and you.
The Model 82 is where the Barrett legacy began. Engineered as the first shoulder fired semi-automatic 50 BMG rifle, the Model 82A1 has been proven in combat in every environment from the snow covered mountains, to the desolate deserts, and everything in between. Its low felt recoil and reliable repower delivers on target with every pull of the trigger. More than just a rifle, the Model 82 is an American icon.
Caliber Operation Rail Length/MOA Barrel Length Overall Length Twist Weight Mag. Capacity 50 BMG Recoil Operated, Semi-Automatic 23" (585 mm) 27 MOA 29" (737 mm) 57" (1448 mm) 1 turn in 15" (381 mm) 50 BMG 32.7 lbs (14.8 kg) 10
the case the rifle came should have been longer to take the up exted and the lower together when the uper is extened it dosent fit in the gun case.
Gunprime made the purchase of my 82 A1, The price was fair and they made the transfer to my FFL a snap. I will buy again from Gunprime!!
Shipped out quick and arrived fast. Was provided with a tracking number.
This is my second Barrett and it is my favorite Barrett. Everything about the gun is just bad azz. You know you are shooting a powerful gun when it clears off everything on your shooting table.
This is my third Barrett, and they have all been awesome rifles. The fit and finish of this rifle is excellent, the ergonomics are well-thought out, and disassembly for cleaning and maintenance is a breeze. In my opinion, this M82A1 is the sweet spot in the Barrett .50 BMG lineup because it's not too much more expensive than a single-shot or bolt-action .50 BMG, but it's almost half the cost of the M107A1.
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