Gun Report

Barrett MRAD 14361 300 Winchester Magnum

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
Versatility and accuracy best describe the MRAD due to the data we collected and the ability to swap calibers. The design is simple and robust, but the cost is crazy high. The grade above is for the rifle’s utility, without price factored in.

Barrett MRAD 14361 300 Winchester Magnum

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Press the receiver latch to field-strip the MRAD. It comes apart much like an AR.
The MRAD uses polymer magazines (arrow) that were easy to load. At first, the magazines encountered slight resistance when inserted into the mag well, but with use, they slid into and out of the mag well with ease.
The Barrett’s stock folds to the right side of the rifle and locks the bolt in place. That’s a feature required by the U.S. Special Operations Command during the search for a new Precision Sniper Rifle (PSR) in 2009. The Remington Modular Sniper Rifle was selected as the winner.

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