Desert Tech Stealth Recon Scout A1 Rifle

Desert Tech Stealth Recon Scout A1 Rifle

The SRS-A1 from Desert Tech is the most versatile Sniper Rifle system in the world. It is nearly a foot shorter than conventional sniper rifles and maintains 1/2 MOA or better accuracy with match ammunition while maintaining the ability to change the rifle's caliber and length. All of the features of the standard SRS, including the caliber conversion kits, are now available to left handed shooters.

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