- Heavy weight stamped steel construction with full Barrett firearms licensed trademarks
- Detachable carrying handle
- Long barrel for enhanced range and accuracy
- Full length optics rail
- Steel folding bipod
- Adjustable rear monopod
The Barrett legacy began with the M82 as the first shoulder fired, semi-automatic 50 BMG rifle; capable of delivering massive firepower with amazing accuracy at extreme ranges.
Fast forward 35 years of research and development along with the feedback from the most demanding military end users and everything learned about the M82 family of rifles leads to the creation of the M107A1.
Referred to by military personnel as the "Light Fifty" the M107A1 shares many similarities with the M82A1 with its awesome firepower and legendary dependability and iconic appearance but that is where similarities end. Advances in materials and manufacturing allows every component to be re-engineered to be lighter and stronger. Additionally the iconic Arrowhead Muzzle Brake has been replaced with a cylindrical brake which allows the new rifle to accept a Barrett designed sound suppressor.
6mmProShop has done a magnificent job replicating the Barrett M107A1's iconic appearance, paying close attention to details. This heavy weight all-metal rifle makes for quite the interesting showpiece as well as being an intimidating presence on the field. Powered by a standard Tokyo Marui spec ver.2 gearbox to allow for semi-automatic capabilities, this also gives the rifle many options for performance tuning and upgrades.
Manufacturer: 6mmProShop, Licensed by Barrett
FPS Range: 410-440
500rd Hi-Capacity Full Metal MagazineMuzzle Velocity:
410~440 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)Gearbox:
Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully UpgradeableMotor:
Long TypeFiring Modes:
Full Automatic, Semi Automatic and SafetyBattery:
9.6v Small Type recommended (Battery not included)Hopup:
Yes, AdjustablePackage Includes:
Gun, Magazine, Bipod, Carry handle
Established in 2011, 6mmProShop Inc. is a USA based manufacturer and distributor with a mission to bring law enforcement training, Airsoft sporting events, and military simulation to the next level. 6mmProShop features exclusive licensed products, unique innovations, and distribution rights of many exciting products from Japan, Europe, South America, and Asia. With headquarters located in the USA, 6mmProShop offers unmatched product support, inventory availability for resellers, and worldwide exclusive products!
Barrett is the leader in large caliber, long range precision rifles for the most demanding shooters on Earth.
Barrett is a family-owned and operated company and the world leader in large caliber, long distance, precision rifle design and manufacturing. Barrett products are used by civilians, sport shooters, law enforcement agencies, the United States military and more than 73 State Department approved countries around the world.
A never-ending mission.More than thirty years ago, Ronnie Barrett built something no one thought possible - a shoulder-fired .50 caliber rifle so innovative, the Army itself would sing its praises. From sketching his designs at the dining room table to working with a local tool and die maker to create parts that didnt yet exist, every millimeter of the Model 82 was a direct result of Ronnies passion for the ultimate firearm.
That obsession still fuels our company today.
Headquartered in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Barrett is the world leader in large-caliber rifle design and manufacturing. Our products are used by civilian sport shooters, law enforcement agencies, the United States military and more than 73 State Department approved countries across the world. The Barrett Quality Management System (QMS) has received the prestigious ISO 9001:2015 certification for the design and manufacture of firearms, ammunition, integrated ballistics computers and accessories, and to provide training for those systems.
No matter how successful we become, however, our story keeps evolving. Because, at Barrett, we dont believe in resting on our laurels. In fact, we take great pride in thinking outside the box and exploring ways to continue to improve. After all, if theres one thing our success has taught us, its this: Youre only as good as your last accomplishment.
Its one thing to manufacture guns, and another to live and breathe them. Whether were carefully assembling our latest rifle, engineering scope rings that are stronger than ever or increasing the velocity and precision of the ammunition itself - were always working with one goal in mind: "There's always a better way."
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"Huge gun, lots of internal room. The whole stock is for the battery.
Has a detailed manual to tell you how to do most things.
This gun is heavy, but so well balanced it feels fairly light, and, its made with thick metal, it would take some serious effort to damage this thing any more than a scratch on the paint.
If you remove one screw on the center of the black bipod mount, it will stay stable but you can pull the pin to remove the bipod like the real one. The bipod is very sturdy. A little wobbly like a pkm, to level the gun while aiming. I've dropped it on its bipod accidently from various heights a few times, but it's still fine.
It does come with integrated standard m107 iron sights, but you'll need to completely disassemble and remove the rear iron sights or get a rail razer to mount anything more than a red dot, because of the rear iron sight's size.
Easy to open and work on. It opens similar to an m4, opening in two halves.
Relatively cheap internas, but of it had high end parts it would at least double in price, simple economics with some Supply and demand.
Pretty much, if you plan to upgrade this, you'll dominate the field. As stock its on par with a 100$ cyma m4 with a 650mm barrel slapped on. it will work stock, but nothing too special. I got it for my birthday and plan to upgrade, and I'm pleased with its construction.
TLDR; good for upgrades, eh as stock.
"I won this on the forth of July box of awesomeness. It’s pretty neat. So far I put a Mariu style 120 spring in (130 or 135 to much for it) mad bull tight bore 6.01 and the super long matrix scope from the poor hop up have s.w m24. You can actually dial it in fairly consistent. It’s big and heavy but it’s neat. It’s basically a m4 system
"Such a beautiful queen of all rifles