Barrett M99 - information taken from www.wikipedia.org
American one-shoot high caliber rifle built in the bullpup system. Produced on the civilian market. Basic version has a 12.7 mm caliber NATO, and in states where civil users is prohibited possession of weapons of caliber 12.7 mm guns are sold versions of the .416 Barrett, a special cartridge with similar ballistic characteristics.
Barrett M99 [SW-01]
The first replica of high-caliber Barrett M99 rifle. The model was constructed of steel and metal, plastic is only pistol grip. Body replicas is made steel sheet (this represents approximately 730 mm piece of a single item!). Steel is also a multi-position folding bipod. Outer barrel with a reducer (brake) of the recoil is made of metal. Inside replica is inner barrel with length of 590 mm. Magazine holds 20 bbs, which are always need to be introduced into the chamber by pulling the bolt arrangement in 4 tacts(like most sniper rifles). On the back of the body is RIS rail with a length of 310 mm, allows for mounting additional accessories.
In addition to that set, there is also a 3-9x50 scope with illuminated cross type Mil-Dot. Ilumminating is adjustable in the range of 0-10.
Internal mechanism, as provided by the manufacturer, is fully compatible with the system of APS-2. Adjustable hop-up is inside the magazine slot.
- 22mm mounting rail RIS
- Transport handle on the RIS rail;
- Speedloader bbs;
Details of the scope:
Length: 415 mm (with visor veil);
Eyepiece Diameter: 50 mm;
Zoom: 3-9 x;
Cross: Mil-Dot rangefinder;
Option adjustment of the cross: Yes;
Illuminating: Yes, red;
Adjusting the illuminate: 0-10 x;
Caps on glasses: Yes, two flip-up;
Weight: 600 g;
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