liked it—aside from the fact that the Barrett REC7 showed them up. “The Barrett REC7 is accurate enough to put lack of practice on public display.” Strangely, that’s true for every gun I’ve ever tested, but there you go. At $3025 msrp, the REC7 ain’t cheap. But the ammo is, at least compared to the cartridges required to ruin any of their [cartel-approved] .50 caliber rifles. Which reminds me: now’s an excellent time to buy a Barrett or ArmaLite .50, before the gun grabbers get their sights fixed on them.

4 Responses to Not-so-Obscure Object of Desire: Barrett REC7 Chambered in 5.56 NATO

  1. For all that green, it should have a .308 option. Then again, for less green I could go M1A1.

  2. Of all the AR gas-piston operating systems, I love Barrett’s the most. Its simplicity is a thing of beauty. I have an original Rec7 in 6.8mm Rem. SPC, and I don’t regret the purchase. The newer ones have some pretty cool updates.

  3. Just out of curiousity, does anybody know what the street price on a 5.56 x 45 version of this puppy is? I have been pining for a civie version of an H&K 416, but at this point, i don’t think its gonna ever happen.

  4. If you have a case of piston-driven lust, LWRC also makes a high end piston carbine that I have often lusted for myself.

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