DTA SRS Sniper Rifle Chassis

Since I have a couple posts coming up about new products from Desert Tactical Arms, I felt their flagship Stealth Recon Scout (SRS) deserved mention (plus they have expanded the line to include new calibers). It is marketed as the most versatile sniper rifle system in the world, and with a bullpup configuration and quick caliber conversion ability (claimed to be less than 60 seconds), it just might be. It is now available in a number of different calibers: .243 Winchester, .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua Magnum, .260 Remington, 7mm Remington Magnum, and 6.5x47mm Lapua.

Length .243 Win: 36 ½ in – 38 in
.308 Win: 32 ½ in – 34 in
.300 Win: 36 ½ in – 38 in
.338 LM: 38 5/16 in – 39 11/16 in
Weight with Conversion Kit .243 Win: 12 ¼ lb
.308 Win: 11 ½ lbs
.300 Win: 12 ¼ lb
.338 LM: 12 ¼ lb
Effective Range .243 Win: 900 yd
.308 Win: 800 yd
.300 Win: 1500 yd
.338 LM: 1900 yd
Barrel Length .243 Win: 26 in
.308 Win: 22 in
.300 Win: 26 in
.338 LM: 26 in
Rate of Twist .243 Win – 1 in 7 1/2 in
.308 Win – 1 in 11 in
.300 Win – 1 in 10 in
.338 LM – 1 in 10 in.
Trigger Pull 3 lb Fully Adjustable

The conversion kit allows the gun to change caliber according to operator needs. This system creates a progressive caliber training experience in which operators can change calibers based on proficiency, slowly working up to the more powerful cartridges.

Benefits: 1. Operators can change rifle length, penetration, and distance capabilities. 2. Snipers can shoot various ammo calibers and types depending on METT-T. 3. Reduced training costs (train and practice with .308 WIN)

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