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SHOT Show 2018: Barrett highlights precision design flexibility
Barrett Firearms Manufacturing is highlighting its Multi-Role Adaptive Design (MRAD) precision weapon at SHOT Show 2018.
According to company president Chris Barrett, MRAD is ‘a completely configurable long range precision system’ that can support multiple calibres.
‘We’ve fired it in .338 Lapua Magnum down to 6.5 [mm] Creedmoor,’ he said. ‘It runs all the popular long ranger precision calibers, like the .300 WinMag and the new .300 and .338 Norma Magnums.'
‘We've been shooting the Norma Magnums extensively since there is a lot of interest in those. And the system is just so adaptable to every calibre because just …
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