CheyTac USA, LLC Introduces Redesigned M300 Intervention Long-Distance Bolt-Action Firearm

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posted on September 30, 2014
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CheyTac USA, LLC  introduces the redesigned M300 Intervention to their world-renowned line of hand-fitted rifles.

The M300 Intervention, the next generation of the Intervention Series, is capable of engaging a target successfully at more than 2,500 meters in both .375 and .408 calibers, when combined with the Ballistic Computer and wind meter devices.

With the newest, ergonomically-designed, lightweight, long-range competitive and tactical chassis systems available, the M300 Intervention sets the standard for long-distance rifles in design, technology and performance.

"The M300 Intervention is a revolutionary precision engagement rifle with a carbon fiber chassis," said David McCutcheon, CEO of CheyTac USA and decorated U.S. Air Force veteran. "At 21 pounds, the exclusive chassis makes it the most lightweight rifle in our collection."

CheyTac USA is recognized for rifle and ammunition systems, and the M300 Intervention is designed for use with the CheyTac USA patented Balance Flight Projectile. Partnered with this ammunition, the M300 Intervention is the most accurate long-distance bolt-action firearm in the world.

Each M300 Intervention is custom-built and made-to-order by CheyTac USA in Nashville, Georgia.

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