The MRAD also features a folding stock with one button length of pull adjustment allowing you to stow the rifle and move to your next firing position. The ambidextrous magazine release and ability to add any standard M4/M16 style pistol grip to the rifle ensure that the rifle will adapt to fit your needs. In short if you are looking for a single rifle platform to fit all of your large bore shooting needs the MRAD should be on the top of your wish list.
Specifications and Features:
Barrett MRAD Bolt Action Rifle 14367
22" Fluted barrel
1:10" Twist rate
10 Round magazine capacity
20 MOA rail which is 21.75" long
Bolt guide acts as a dust cover to reduce contaminants
Accepts standard M4/M16 pistol grips
Ambidextrous magazine release
Front loading barrel design for caliber interchangeability
Single button for length of pull adjustment
Combat proof trigger module removable without tools
Folding stock provides compact mobility
Two 10 Round magazines
Two sling loops
Three accessory rails
Hard carrying case
Maximum overall length 49.4"
Minimum folded length 31.75"
Overall weight min 11.7 lbs / maximum 14.72 lbs
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