The 1,000th MRAD (Multi-Role Adaptive Design) Mark 22 MOD 0 (MK22) rifle destined for use in the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Advanced Sniper Rifle and United States Army Precision Sniper Rifle programs rolled out of Barrett Firearms Manufacturing in November.
Barrett Firearms Manufacturing’s submission of Multi-Role Adaptive Design Mark 22 (MRAD MK22) rifles for testing has met all U.S. Department of Defense requirements for the Advanced Sniper Rifle (ASR) that will support the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM).
Barrett Firearms Manufacturing partnered with Hornady Manufacturing to chamber its REC7 rifle series in the new 6 mm ARC (Advanced Rifle Cartridge) cartridge and the first production run of these rifles has been delivered to the United States Department of Defense.
The long-awaited REC10, .308 Win.-chambered, large-receiver AR-style rifle announced by Barrett firearms that's winning military contracts will be officially released at SHOT Show next month.
Barrett Firearms won a number of government contracts in the upcoming year, including a unique contract to supply the Department of Defense with MRAD rifles chambered in .300 PRC.
During action taken on Feb. 24, The Tennessee General Assembly approved a resolution recognizing the Barrett Model 82/M107 as Tennessee’s official state rifle.