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Sunday, October 11, 2009


Erma SR100
Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO (.308 Win.) .300 Win Mag .338 Lapua Mag
Weight: 14 lbs (6.4kg)- 15.2 lbs (6.9kg) - 15.2 lbs (6.9kg)
Length: 49.6" (126cm)- 53.5" (136cm)- 53.5" (136cm)
Barrel Length: 26" (650mm)- 29.5" (750mm) - 29.5" (750mm)
Barrel Twist: 1 in 12" (304.8mm) - 1 in 10" (254mm) - 1 in 10" (254mm)
Mag. Capacity: 10 - 8 - 5
Barrel: Forged Barrel with Muzzle Break
Action: 3-Lug Bolt Action, Direct lock to the barrel
Stock: Laminated wood with thumbhole and integrated accessory rail. Adjustable
recoil pad and cheek piece.
Trigger: Fully adjustable match trigger.

The ERMA SR100 is a high dollar tactical rifle that is used by some elite units (Germany's GSG9 being one of them). This is a very high quality weapon that is designed to be one of the most accurate rifles in existance, and it is indeed extremely accurate, with groups coming in the sub .25 MOA. The rifle has some unique features, like a 60 degree rotating bolt, a unique mounting system for the action, etc. The stock is of laminate wood, which while more weather resistent then standard wood, its not as good as synthetic.

The rifle has a good following, is used by some elite units, and has a good pedigree. The $9000 USD price tag is pricey, but to some its worth it. Rumor has it that production has stopped on this rifle.

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