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Jay Bazzinotti
Jay Bazzinotti • 2 years ago

Barrett M107 .50 caliber anti-materiel/sniper rifle. The Barrett came to the US military in 1980 as a bolt action weapon but quickly morphed into a semi-auto all purpose system. It is accurate to 1.1 miles and has 3 different rounds, a solid round for killing people, an explosive round called Raufoss & Mod 0 that is explosive and incendiary. It can be take down helicopters, cars, trucks, buildings & lightly armored combat vehicles. It's made of titanium, can be silenced & has almost no recoil.

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