M-14 EBR (Army)
Photo Credit Knight's Armament
Almost as soon as the M-110 SASS, with its 20-inch barrel and fixed/adjustable buttstock, saw combat with the Army, a call for a shorter variant came from vehicle mounted troops and soldiers in urban combat areas. The M-110 Carbine (M-110C) configuration that resulted is a compact variant of the full-size M-110 SASS featuring a 16-inch (406mm), chrome plated, free floating barrel that is externally dimpled to reduce weight while retaining accuracy through optimization of barrel stiffness. The rifle-length URXIII MIL-STD 1913 rail system. Both right- and left-handed shooters will appreciate the full ambidextrous controls for the safety/firing selector, magazine release, and bolt release that compliment the new drop in 2-stage match trigger and combat trigger guard. Other features include 45º Off-Set micro-adjustable folding sights, an integrated rear sling attachment, and a 10-position adjustable sliding buttstock. Like the M-110 SASS, the M-110C offers a durable, terrain matching tan finish to meet Army requirements
current theater of operations.
M110K1 conversion kit for the M110 is NSN 1005-01-601-1835.
Photo Credit British MOD
MWS .308 upper receiver with 16" stainless steel 1:11.25" twist .308 tactically flat matte blackened barrel, standard semi-auto bolt carrier group, tactical charging handle assembly, LM308MWS Defender lower with SOPMOD buttstock, two stage trigger group, ambi selector, and ambi mag release. Ships with a sling, operators manual, tactical adjustable rear sight, tactical front sight, (1) twenty round magazine, (2) heavy duty push button swivels (included as of 2011 orders), torque wrench/driver and (3) rail panels.
Photo Credit Lewis Machine & Tool
Photo Credit LaRue Tactical
LaRueTactical PredatOBR™ 7.62
By popular demand, we combined the best of both worlds. We took the popular PredatAR frame and upgraded it with the highly-accurate and sought-after OBR barrel and famous PSTTM gas operating system.
Variations of the 417 like Germany's G-28 are in use world wide as Designated Marksman Rifles:
From H&K Website:
The G28 is a military version of the civilian semi automatic competition rifle MR308. Deployed in the established 7.62 x 51 calibre, the “Designated Marksman Rifle” (DMR) ensures accuracy of 1.5 MOA whilst enabling a full night fighting capability. Providing a maximum effective range and a high first round hit probability up to 600 meters, the G28 will also allow suppressive fire against man size targets accurately up to 800 meters.
With its green/brown (RAL8000) tone, the G28 offers a camouflage colour scheme that is being accepted around the world. An additional conversion kit supports user and mission specific requirements where the G28 can be configured to a Patrol version and be used as a Assault rifle.
Accuracy firing with a prototype 12-inch barreled HK417 carbine and 10X optical sight was conducted with user representatives using US M118LR ammunition. Firing multiple 3-shot groups at 100 - 500 yards lines, the average group size for all four shooters was 1.3 MOA from an HK417 carbine with 12-inch barrel!
Photo Credit Austrailian MOD
7.62mmDesignated Marksman Rifles:
(Photo by Army Spc. L.C. Campbell)
SR-25/MK-11 Sniper Rifle SOCOM and limited USMC/Army use: