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AMP Technical Services DSR No. 1 6600 tape
Bolt-action scoped bullpup
Cal. 7.62x51mm (.308 Winchester), .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua
Magazine: 5 round (.308), 4 round (.300, .338) detachable box
Barrel: 25.6 inches
Weight: 13 pounds unloaded

The DSR No. 1 was created as a specialized police sniper rifle. Like all bullpups, it possesses a very long barrel in a small package. It is equipped with a free-floating, match-grade, fluted barrel with muzzle brake, an adjustable handguard/foregrip, built-in folding bipod, buttstock equipped with built-in monopod and adjustable length of pull, extra magazine holder in front of the trigger guard to decrease reloading time, and two-stage adjustable trigger. It is touted as capable of .2 inch groups at 100 yards with proper ammo and environmental conditions.

Barrett M82A3 7000 tape

Barrett M82A3

Semi-automatic scoped anti-materiel rifle
Cal. .50 BMG
Magazine: 10 round detachable box
Barrel: 29 inches
Weight: 28.4 pounds unloaded

The M82 was originally designed because Ronnie Barrett and his friends wanted to shoot a .50 BMG, so he built one. However, after years of modifications and improvements, several armies around the universe adopted the M82 as a light anti-materiel rifle.

The M82A3 is a a heavy long-range rifle whose incredibly large and powerful round, with muzzle velocities ranging from 2,800 feet per second to just over 3,000, can disable a car and blow holes through concrete, cinder block, and brick walls with ease.

The M82 is equipped stock with a 10x Leupold M-series scope atop a MIL STD M1913 Picatinny rail running the length of most of the receiver, folding bipod, and folding carrying handle.

Springfield Armory M21 2000 tape

Springfield Armory M21

Semi-automatic scoped rifle
Cal. 7.62x51mm (.308 Winchester)
Magazine: 10 or 20 round detachable box
Barrel: 22 inches
Weight: 11.6 pounds unloaded

Based on the classic M14 rifle of old. Heavy. Reliable. Powerful. And won't scare the neighbors too much with its friendly wooden stock. (This can, of course, be swapped out with black fiberglass if you so choose.)

The M21 is a gas-operated, magazine-fed, semi-automatic precision rifle, using the M14 action derived from the M1 Garand, described by famed General George S. Patton, Jr. of the United States of America, North America, Earth, Sol, Milky Way, as "the greatest single battle implement ever devised by man." This has to say something about it.

The M21 takes the M14 formula and adds a high-quality match-grade barrel, 4.5 pound two-stage match trigger, adjustable cheek piece built into the stock, and a 3-9x adjustable power scope. Though designed for use with a telescopic sight, the M21 is still permanently affixed with a set of adjustable peep sights.