The bolt-action Model 95 represents the ideal balance of size and performance. Barrett m95 Its innovative bullpup design minimizes overall length without sacrificing ballistic performance or accuracy of the proven 50 BMG cartridge. Fed from a 5-round detachable box magazine, the combat-proven Model 95 is the pinnacle of simplicity for end users who demand precision, reliability, and power on the range or in the fight.
Is a bolt –action anti-materiel sniper rifle, manufactured by Barrett Firearms Manufacturing since 1995 . It is an improved version of the Barrett M90. A manual variant of the M82A1 semi-automatic rifle , this bullpup design rifle is more compact, but with the same length barrel. It can penetrate glazed armor with its .50 BMG (12.7 mm ) bullets. Despite its size, it falls into the category of handheld rifles.
The designer shifted the grip and trigger of the Barrett M90 successor 25 mm (1 inch) rearward to facilitate magazine access and handling. We have modified and shifted the slide back and down; chrome-clad the chamber; and made some minor changes around the trigger and trigger guard.
The US Army purchased a small number of M95s, making them the new XMNUM1 in NUM0.. The M82 from the same company will eventually replace the M90 in this role. At least 15 countries around the world have adopted the M95, as indicated on Barrett’s website.