The MRAD rifle system allows for user-level barrel changes.
Tell us what barrel caliber kits you want to see next.
Other than .338 Lapua Mag, .308 Win & .300 Win Mag, pick up to 3 calibers you want to see next.
6.5×284 Norma has a following. My first choice was .300 Winchester Magnum because the military has gone to that round for it’s 1,000 yd. rifle and that means military contracts. I had 11 yrs military and I’ve had a lot of sniper rifles in my hands. This is the best one ever made. –Now about that price point… (Savage .338 LaPua, $1,500)
Good choices! .416 Barrett should be a shoo in !
My personal experience as a milatary and 40 years of shooting the .416 barrette is the most accurate and lethull of all times. model 99 that I have been shooting is totally amazing 10 rounds at 1000 yards 6 inch grouping, nothing I know that can even get close to that.
Try a Steyr, Elite7.62 : 8′ group 1011yd
Barrett is the best firearms company in the world
Any thoughts on 300 AAA/BLK sonic/subsonic
Any chance of making the MRAD NY complyant
How is it not? It’s a bolt action not a semi auto, no regs “yet” to ban bolt action rifles.
I very much appreciate being able to comment to Barret directly. I would add a cambering to the list; .280 Rem in a 1:8″ twist and a long enough barrel length to to take full advantage of the case capacity’s LR capabilities. I think 7mm projectiles have come a long way in recent time, and that the .280 has unrealized potential as a reach-out round.
Barrel heating may be an issue, and i strongly suggest taking a long, hard look at Lothar-Walther USA’s Ultra-Lightweight Barrel product for this and maybe all of your LR systems. It excels in the areas of rapid heat dissipation, zero retention, and weight saving. This alone could make life a lot simpler for a Service Marksman in hill country.
With genuine respect;
Has anyone ever asked for the MRAD in the 375 H&H Magnum?
6.5 Was my #1, I had a feeling 30-06 would be #1… my top 3…
1)6.5 2)7mm Rem Mag 3)30-06 Springfield
This is a great rifle system. The calibers I would like to see are .375 CheyTac, 6.5x47mm Lapua, and 300 BLK (7.62x35mm)/5.56. I look forward to seeing the future innovations in this product.
A 30-06 would be just another .30 cal. I feel the the 6.5 has a good B.C to work with and the 260 Rem is commercially avalible, the 264 win would be faster but harder to come by. The 6.5 has taken game from black tail to moose and bear. Just a thought if you wanted to keep it simple…Go for a 25×06, 6.5×06, heck the 30-06, and the 338-06 – Same case just different diameter barrel. In closing, I think a good fast 6.5, 338, and a 375 or 416 would be a good directionto go from hunting, military or L/E.
As stated already thank you for the chance to provide input for shuch a cutting edge company!
Mrad. .416 7.62 5.56.
i would like 6.5 Lapua, used them all and this one is very accurate.
why limit the all the 6.5/308 based, will use the same mags! time to make sense and cash while its still available.
How about a Left Hand action for the MRAD? That would be great!
If the left hand action is impossible or not profitable enough, I would also love to see a semi-auto version of the MRAD…
I concur with the wish for a left hand action. My choice of caliber: .416 Barrett necked up to .429.
The Barrett .416 is an incredible round.
I would like to see a .416 mrad
Amen to that.
I would love to know when to expect the .300 Win Mag and .308 Win kits, before voting on the ‘next’ great caliber for the MRAD…
Yes, I agree with the comment that I’d really like to know when I can get a 300 Win Mag before extolling the intrinsic beauty of the 264 Win Mag!!!
6.5 lapua. I would have one if they were chambered in this round. I am still considering a 308 version.
I’d love to see the .270 WSM Thats a fine shooting combination
I concur, the 270 WSM would be my overall choice.
i would like a left handed one…. or some thing that barrett make in lefty.
I would like to see a .416 of some sort. Seeing how the .416 Barrett is based on the .50 BMG it might be too big to fit this rifle. Of course, there is the the parent of the .338 LM, the .416 Rigby, but the thin brass issue is what led to Lapua getting involved in the first place. A Wildcat .416-338 Lapua would be interesting. The stronger case web and the case shoulder could be tweaked for modern efficency. To keep a current SAAMI spec cartridge, consider the .416 Weatherby (same case with a belt) If the 450 grain bullet from the .416 Barrett can be pushed to 2700 fps in either case it could be rather effective.
If you make this rifle in 30-06 I will buy one.
I’d like to see a bolt action repeater based upon the 98B and or MRAD that is chambered in the 416 Barrett.
As for the survey, I choose the 300 WSM – but I’d rather see it in the 300 Win Mag
Any chance of getting a factory fixed stock like the 98B??? If so I know plenty of people who would buy an mrad in Australia….
First I have to give another vote to the rifle in a left handed model for the approx. 15% of us that are southpaws. Second if it is possible to have it should something in the 40 range such as the 416 , that would be nice if it is practical.Third, keep up the good work.
The .416 is indeed a great round as many have stated, but in all honesty I would prefer to see a .408 chambered for the MRAD.
The MRAD needs to be chambered in .416 , they should see that obviously they have alot of people on just this thing alone wanting .416 but how many people do you think that are gun enthusiast and want the .416. There are many just in my friends alone, they need to Chamber it in .416 to profit off the people who would pay an arm and a leg for it.
Also as a few have asked I would also like a fixed stock, I know a few that would like the arrow brake, but the is not enough so yeah. what would be weird but interesting, a .416 beta mag.
I am not new to guns, but I am not as experienced as some of the others might be, I am wanting to in the future become a gunsmith myself, so I have been asking opinions on peoples about guns and there some odd things so just be open so you get those people.
Seriously though a .416 for us in California who cannot have .50BMG
7-08 would be a great caliber to use on the MRAD. Long barrel life and much better ballistics than 308.
If Barrett would supply barrels without chambers, this would allow many calibers to be produced and take some of the work load off of Barrett.
The problem with the 260 is short barrel life. These barrels are going to be fairly expensive. To shoot a lot, I would want a caliber that will provide 4,000 round barrel life.
I want one rifle that can apply to any thing I’d ever want to shoot. I hunt primarily white tail deer and black bear, so the .308win is fine, but would ultimately like to hunt in other areas of the world like Africa where a larger more potent caliber is required. While this list are all very nice cartridges, they’re all in and around the .30 caliber range. I’d love to see the new MRAD come in a .416 caliber. With the option to order it in whichever caliber you want it to start as, rather than like now it automatically being the .338 lapua to start with. the .416 Barrett round would take any thing you’d ever want to shoot at, making it a truly modular rifle. If it came in this option, it would be the last rifle i ever bought.
.416 barrett. if it came in that, it would be the last rifle i ever would have to buy.
I believe the .338, the .300wm and the .308 are perfect. Why try to fix perfect?
Barret needs to make a fixed stock version option avialable to accomadate people around the world. i really like the 300 but the 416 would be the ultimate.
308. !!! Barrett & Co. You asked so here it is. Make the MRAD buyable with the barrel of the buyers choice. I know there are a number of configurations just in length already that come in 338. Time,production and the bottom line all come into play.I don’t know another manufacture out there that would listen to its customers like this.Ronnie, keep up the good work, you are the best at what you do !!!
i know this is off topic but i think there should be a rec7 type model in .308, made as ambidexterous as possible (perferably with the bolt release in an acr style). the MRAD’s already multi-caliber design seems to do the job well enough. this would be a great design with a 20″ threaded bull barrel or even fluted
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