Barrett 95 tactical rifle

The Barrett 95 is a bolt-action tactical rifle chambered in .50 BMG.

Unlike other Barrett models, the M95 uses a bullpup configuration, where the magazine feeds behind the trigger. Barrett designed the rifle that way so it could use a shorter barrel, but keep the long-range accuracy Barrett is known for.

It uses a match grade fluted barrel. It has a simple design and can be easily assembled and disassembled. It has an 18″ rail on the upper receiver, so scopes, sights, lights or lasers can be easily mounted.

Currently, the M95 is used by foreign militaries.

Barrett recommends the M95 for military, law enforcement, and long-range precision shooting.

Browse new and used Barrett 95s for sale in our online store.


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