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A surprisingly compact and accurate sniper rifle introduced in 1981. It is a gas-operated bullpup design, with a heavy barrel that is fluted externally, making resistant to vibration, carried in a rigid frame. The barrel lies in a straight line with the shoulder, which counteracts the muzzle rise. The drawbacks of the weapon are its expensive price tag and its lack of ruggedness, as it requires fine tuning and careful handling for maximum performance. It is best suited for police, internal security, and counter-terrorist roles.

Cartridge: .300 Winchester Magnum
Weight: 8.3 kg
Length: 905 mm
Barrel Length: 650 mm
Magazine: 6-round box

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