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The Noreen Bad News .338 Lapua ULR (Ultra long Range) Rifle
This rifle is modeled after the AR platform however the take down pins are farther apart than the AR-10 and AR-15 rifles causing the rifle to not accept an interchangeable upper like the AR-15 and AR-10 platform. This rifle does use some AR parts like the pistol grip, stock and trigger allowing for them to be changed.
The magazine on this rifle comes in a 5 or 10 round proprietary magazine. One of our sources mentioned that a 50 round drum is in the works.
.338 Lapua magnum goes for about $70 per 20 rounds =3.50 per round.
.300 Winchester Magnum goes for about $20 per box of 20 rounds = $1.00 per round.
.308/7.62NATO goes for about $7 per round 0.35 per round.
The recoil felt has been compared to firing a .243Win. The rifles muzzle brake and semi-auto action significantly suppress recoil.
The weapon disassembles like the standard AR platform for easy cleaning.
The manufacture of this rifle won a defense contract to make this rifle for military snipers.
- Piston-driven semi-automatic action
- Effective to 2000 meters with a maximum range of 4500 Meters
- Accurate, powerful .338 Lapua round and .300 Win Mag
- Modest recoil
- Weighs just 13 pounds
- Receiver is machined from a billet of 6061 T6 aluminum
- MIL spec or adjustable trigger
- 26” barrel (1 in 10” twist)
- One-Piece bolt Carrier Made from 8620 Steel
- Custom muzzle brake
- Full-Length picatinny rail on receiver
- 4 full-length, integral Picatinny rails on hand guard Magpul PRS Adjustable Stock Hard Case
Left to Right: .50 BMG, .408 Chey-Tac, .338 Lapua , .300 Win Mag, 7.62 NATO and 5.56NATO.
- Up to 50% lighter than its brass counterparts
- Creates a better chamber seal
- Possibly less damage if the case should ever fail
- 5.56NATO, 6.8 SPC, 7.62NATO, .338 Lapua and the .50BMG
I have sent them an email asking a few questions about ballistics but I have yet to hear back from them. The product line should be on the market at some point 2011.