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Jin

Jin

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No its much lighter than that.
Its either a 300 WM or 7mm.
I have a .308 in a chassis and its around 11lbs.
Mine is a short action and thats a long action but the weight isnt that drastically different.
That one runs a Harris bipod and its not very heavy. I run an Atlas on mine, doesnt not weigh much.
Neither does the suppressor. I have a few of those. The Saker is heavier than the Omega 300 but not that much.
I read somewhere that its either a McMillian or Accurcy International chassis with a Remington 700 style action.
Check out the new Barrett MRAD MK22 system they developed for Spec Ops.
Its bad ass. The rifle outfitted with the .338 LM 26" barrel weighs 14.5lbs, that should be a comparison.
https://barrett.net/products/firearms/mrad
Morgan Kane working out at a petting zoo social club and shooting suppressed weapons.
When can I come visit?

:)
 
Bigtex

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You may be right, the magazine looks smaller than at 50cal. I thought kind of looked like the Barrett Model 82A1 which in fact weights 30lbs. I have the Barrett Model 95 and it weights in at 23.5lbs with no magazine or scope.
 
SAD

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My service 240B was a trim 27lbs without ammo. I shoulder fired it unsupported on occasion in short bursts, but it wasn’t designed for that and as big and strong as I was at the time, I couldn’t pretend like it was an M16 for long. I think we can all agree this guy would much rather be way up high and not carrying that sniper cannon around on city sidewalks, haha.
 
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My service 240B was a trim 27lbs without ammo. I shoulder fired it unsupported on occasion in short bursts, but it wasn’t designed for that and as big and strong as I was at the time, I couldn’t pretend like it was an M16 for long. I think we can all agree this guy would much rather be way up high and not carrying that sniper cannon around on city sidewalks, haha.
He's just moving to position.

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Bigtex

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Setting up for tonight.......The United States Secret Service Special Operations Counter Sniper Team” heading into the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute building a block north of White House. Notice how no one seems to notice them on the street.

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Bigtex

Bigtex

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No its much lighter than that.
Its either a 300 WM or 7mm.
I have a .308 in a chassis and its around 11lbs.
Mine is a short action and thats a long action but the weight isnt that drastically different.
That one runs a Harris bipod and its not very heavy. I run an Atlas on mine, doesnt not weigh much.
Neither does the suppressor. I have a few of those. The Saker is heavier than the Omega 300 but not that much.
I read somewhere that its either a McMillian or Accurcy International chassis with a Remington 700 style action.

Check out the new Barrett MRAD MK22 system they developed for Spec Ops.
Its bad ass. The rifle outfitted with the .338 LM 26" barrel weighs 14.5lbs, that should be a comparison.
https://barrett.net/products/firearms/mrad

MorganKane.....you were right on the money. I finally located the exact rifle he is carrying, scope and suppressor - about $13,300 worth the government issue equipment. AX308

http://www.accuracyinternational.com/index.html

As you said, it is most likely .308 Win, but could be .300 Win Mag and .338 Lapua Magnum. It is equipped with this bad ass Schmidt Bender scope. Loaded and scoped it weight about 15lbs.

https://www.schmidtundbender.de/en/products/police-military-forces/5-25x56-pm-iilpmtclt.html

Here is the other guy with him
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He has a SR 25 (7,62) with a Trijican scope - total weight of about 10lbs
 
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