CheyTac Intervention M200 Sniper Rifle – .408 Caliber

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ShooterIf you haven’t seen the movie Shooter yet, then you probably aren’t really familiar with the longest range sniper rifle in the world. That’s right, this rifle, the CheyTac M200 Intervention has beaten out the Barrett M107 and Accuracy International AS50 (whose longest ranges were negligably similar at approximately 1 mile) as the longest consitent accuracy rifle to date. Of course it takes more than just the .408 caliber rifle and a trained sniper to achieve hits at its max range, 2500 yards or 1.42 miles. You must also have all the compenents of the so-called CheyTac “Long Range Rifle System”, LRRS. This package includes the CheyTac ballistic computer (a PDA with ballistic software installed on it), a Vector IV laser rangefinder, and a Kestrel 4000 (a device that monitors wind, temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure), all linked to the PDA and the OPS Inc muzzle brake and suppressor.

Quite a mouthful, right? Of course it is, but its all worth it when you can reach out and touch someone at ranges that would impress upon the victim as having just suffered an act of god.

This opening scene of Shooter is way better than the Future Weapons video I was about to post. Ok, in the opening scene of the movie, Marky Mark wipes out a ton of Africans with the .308 M40A3 of the US Marine Corp. He also takes out a Kiowa Warrior helicopter with a Barrett M107, what badass scene! Later in the film, he demonstrates the extreme range capabilities of the M200 Cheytac Intervention, with a direct hit on a tin can from over a mile in distance.

Note, the rifle that he is firing is actually not the CheyTac, but a good scene sniper scene none-the-less.

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Oct 24, 2007
5:55 am
#1 BernieMac :

In the opening scene wasn’t he using the Barrett and the M40A3?

Jan 5, 2008
11:21 am
#2 Gabe :

The rifle he used to kill insurgents in the opening scene was not the Cheytac m200. He was using a Remington 700 either .308 or MLR .338 Lapua Mag. You can see the Remington Markings on the side of the barrel.

The .408 Chey-tac Intervention was from his personal collection which was only fired once during the movie when he fired into a tin on his property.

Jan 5, 2008
11:44 pm
#3 Joe :

Thanks for clearing that up Gabe. After taking a second look at the opening scene I could tell that it wasn’t the CheyTac. I will have to get Andrew to clear things up in this post.

Jan 15, 2008
8:21 pm
#4 MW :

rifle used in the opening scene was .308 Win M40A3, based on Remington 700 of course (note the picatinny rail on the top of the rifle and new very characteristic for A3 model stock, made by McMillan);

the rifle which was used to take down the heli, was bolt-action .50 M107 Barrett;

.308 Remington 700P used in the “mountain meeting” scene,

and .408 M200 CheyTac for blast the Dinty More ;)

Jan 28, 2008
12:45 am
#5 Jeremy S. :

Did anyone notice how dodgy was the mounting of the scope on the Chey tac in the photo of shooter?
I wonder how he can adjust windage when it is mounted like that???

Feb 12, 2008
5:20 pm
#6 speerzy :

anyone else wonder why mark walberg was cycling the action of the barrett; especially after the round clearly ejected.

Mar 17, 2008
12:45 pm
#7 Troy :

The M107 is semi automatic, not bolt.

Mar 21, 2008
9:03 pm
#8 chris :

yah i noticed that too, it is a semi auto not a bolt action

Mar 25, 2008
6:13 pm
#9 alex :

the cheytech m200 wasnt the gun in the opening scene, that was a remington .308, the cheytech m200 was shown when he was shooting in the mountains with his dog. and at th end when he was in trial.

Mar 25, 2008
6:26 pm
#10 alex :

some m107s lock back once fired.forcing you cycle to the next round after every shot. dont know why it just does.

Mar 25, 2008
6:29 pm
#11 alex :

i was reseaching it and you can set it to lock back into position so you can fire shots one by one without using a magezine. it alows you to just slide a new one in and advance the slide.

Mar 27, 2008
12:03 am
#12 charles :

it wasn’t a barrett m107 it was just an m-82. he had to cycle the action because he was shooting blanks that don’t generate enough chamber pressure to cycle the action, its hollywood not south africa!!!

Mar 28, 2008
5:37 pm
#13 s mahn :

Charles is bang on about the Barret.
I doubt there’s a BFA (blank firing apparatus)
built to fit the Barret.

Apr 3, 2008
7:15 pm
#14 jeremyb :

M40A3 starts life as a remington 700, hence the markings on the barrell.

Jun 2, 2008
10:37 am
#15 Bear :

But it was not a Kiowa Warrior helicopter but some kind of insurgent MBB BO 105.

Jul 2, 2008
4:58 pm
#16 chris :

he was reloading the m82 because he was shooting blanks, it was the real gun in the movie, they cant really shoot it :) so you’re all right

Jul 2, 2008
5:10 pm
#17 chris :

does anyone else like how he rotates his windage but its actually adjusting the elevation?and on that, y is he adjusting that himself? the m200 intervention comes with a ballistic computer which moves the crosshair for him

Jul 5, 2008
11:31 am
#18 Dan :

Joe in the post it says which snipers were used when read the whole post before asking or commenting

Aug 31, 2008
6:01 pm
#19 Percy :

“does anyone else like how he rotates his windage but its actually adjusting the elevation?and on that, y is he adjusting that himself? the m200 intervention comes with a ballistic computer which moves the crosshair for him”

Not exactly. The m200 intervention is merely the rifle. They do offer a ballistic computer setup that actually gives you the windage and elevation adjustment. It also calculates the other trigonometry functions for the rotation of the earth and tells you what the windage/elevation adjustments need to be. You still have to manually dial in the scope.

Sep 10, 2008
4:35 am
#20 Devin :

are you able to buy the m200 rifle and if so where would i find it?

Sep 16, 2008
3:20 pm
#21 ty :

nice report, but what is the fucking caliber of the gun

Sep 24, 2008
1:12 am
#22 hammad jihad :

if American are capable to make the rifles like M200 so why they beat the stupid Mujahideen in Iraq while before the American troops invade Iraq Bush said we complete our mission in 7 days while here 6 years are passed and Mujahideen killed 1 million people in Iraq and American solders are killed like heros every day in Iraq for conformation visit website (removed-jihad site)

Sep 24, 2008
2:20 am
#23 Capt. :

@ TY

It is a .408 caliber.

Sep 28, 2008
7:00 am
#24 Delta4orce :

does anybody know what scope he was using on the cheytac m200, shooting at the dinty moore can. i am interested in knowing because i am lookin for a good tactical rifle sope and that one is cool. thnx.

Sep 30, 2008
11:42 pm
#25 huntoon93 :

the gun he was using in the opening scene was the M40A3

Oct 15, 2008
9:51 pm
#26 justin :

hey Detla4orce ,
the scope was a Leupold Mark 4 8.5-25x….but in the movie he uses the windage knob to adjust his elevation and that cant happen and 1 more . he was not shooting 1760 yards
(1 mile) at the soup can.. theres no way he could see it like that,

Nov 16, 2008
8:30 pm
#27 Денис :

Вот это оружие!!!! где его можно купить???

Nov 24, 2008
1:51 am
#28 Fonzii08 :

yes he was but that was when he was shooting at the helicopter, but before that it was the M200

Nov 30, 2008
10:10 pm
#29 ramin :


Dec 9, 2008
3:33 pm
#30 Jake :

Does anyone recomend buying this gun?

Dec 12, 2008
6:04 pm
#31 R.A.A. :

Turkish Special Force buying this gun :)

Jan 11, 2009
2:40 am
#32 armyguy :

the scope used was not a leupold mark is a night force . here is the website

Jan 12, 2009
3:27 am
#33 AFD :

Save your money Jake, if you want a precision rifle your better of picking up a Mac Tactical, for a number of reasons. To start withare you a qualified sniper, or have you taken any formal distance/presicion shooting training, secondly unless you have tonnes of cash to piss out the window on ammo, you are far better off wih a rifle in .308 or .338, fack you would still get BMG ammo cheaper, do you have a 2 mile long range to shoot it at? and have you ever shot anything beyond 600yards?

all that aside, if you watch the episode of future weapons he refers to Cpl Rob Furlong PPCLI Sniper who currently holds the longest confirmed kill, he made the kill without the cheytac LRRS, and across an open valley

PS Nice pickup on the windage thing Justin, very few people have picked up on that

Feb 8, 2009
1:56 am
#34 ClockTower :

Ok, first off, the first rifle in the opening scene is a M40A3 in .308 with a Unertal scope mounted on top.

The second rifle that was used was the M82A1A in .50 BMG, also with a Unertal scope.

The Scope that comes with the CheyTac package is made by Nightforce. The ballistic program and PDA that is also included with the package does not/not make the scope adjustments for you. It calculates all of the information and tells you the adjustments and/or hold for that particular shot that the data has been entered for.

Feb 20, 2009
5:44 pm
#35 nitro :

no it wasn’t a Barrett

Feb 20, 2009
5:46 pm
#36 nitro :

the m-200 showed up when he was shooting the soup can

Feb 22, 2009
2:07 pm
#37 Glenn :

What is the signifigance of the scene when Whalberg looks like he is stretching his finger on the trigger guard? It looks like a little waggle. Is this a technique that snipers use?

Feb 26, 2009
5:06 am
#38 Gabriel :

it was just flare nothing more. the closest thing to reality that i can think of is he does not want to jerk the trigger. but thats all. the barret argument is pointless. the people who said that the barret is a m-82 and those who think that its the m-107 are arguing the same point. the 82 and the 107 are the same thing. the m-107 is the US Armys designation for the m-82.

AFD Rob Furlong did not use a Cheytac. there are only two major countries who use that round Poland and Turkey. Furlong was on operation anaconda with American forces and he still had to take three shots to hit his target. they did in-fact us the Mcmillan Tac 50 with American Ammo. they producers of shooter probebly picked the cheytac 408 because it was originally a “wildcat” round, meaning it was an original custom made round that just happen to end up in a small size production line. its fairly unique and has never been used in a movie. when it first came out it was supposed to be the middle ground between the 338 lapua and the .50bmg but it never really made it into the US Military. now that is not to say that a US Soldier has never used one in combat because lord knows thats a bold statement but it is in my social circle of the US Army sniper community, unheard of

Feb 26, 2009
9:25 pm
#39 Ben :

Specops operators are currently using this weapons platform and the military is still evaluating the need for it in general usage. The Barrett performs well in anti-IED roles and the production capabilities far exceed CheyTac at the current time. I believe the Cheytac is the premier long range rifle for extreme range targets, even better than the 416 Barrett. I have seen an image of a group shot with the M-200 at 1500M + with a sub 3″ group, and the current grouping at distance record of 16″ @ 2600M+ speaks volumes. I have personally handled the rifle used in the movie and it is an all aluminum mockup than weighs 7 or 8 lbs. The actual rifle is like 27lbs and could not be wielded in the hearing scene like it was.

Feb 28, 2009
4:21 am
#40 Gabriel :

well its good to hear that someone is taking advantage of the round. i agree that its a fantastic creation. like i said i would not rule out that someone in the US military uses it and it comes as no surprise that the SOCOM community is employing it.

Feb 28, 2009
7:32 pm
#41 Austin :

Can anyone tell me a rough price of CheyTac “Long Range Rifle System” package?

Mar 7, 2009
12:14 am
#42 Nate :

CheyTac package comes in two colors, black which cost $11,500 and the desert tan looking color from the movie which is $12,000.

Mar 7, 2009
2:12 am
#43 SERVICE1 :

You can find the CHEYTAC INTERVENTION SYSTEM on and there is a training facility in Arco Idaho to teach you how to shoot it,

Mar 11, 2009
12:46 am
#44 andrwe :

he was cycling it because he used special ammunition that doesn’t have as much muzzle flash and therefore has less energy to be useed to cycle a new cartrige

Mar 14, 2009
5:12 am
#45 nathan :

for most precision marksmen, the cheytac is like a lamborgini to a go-cart driver in the respect that you can spend much less and get a very effective “sniper rifle”. i, for example, use my kimber lpt at the range AND during deer season ( which is one of the reasons i opted for the .308). AFD was right on when he brought up the range situation. not many people have a place to go shoot 2000m. i still get a buzz out of hitting my mark from a grand. none if this means that it’s not a pretty sick piece of gear, of course, but for most of us, not practical

Mar 14, 2009
5:23 am
#46 nathan :

one more thing i noticed today about the cover of ‘shooter’ is that the one on this site is different than on my copy. mine has marky mark holding what ATB a rem 700. i would guess they put the cheytac on the newer copies, which means they put it in the pic with a computer, which somewhat explains the knob issue

Mar 18, 2009
10:03 am
#47 marksman :

where you can buy it in Russia?

Mar 24, 2009
2:54 pm
#48 xlongballpiratex :

umm ok wow im not sore if the text was fixed before or afteralot of those comments were ever written but some of you are fucking retarded an you deserve to cock on a dick an drown in your childrens blood…anyways like a earlier comment was posted this weapon that you are lookin at the CheyTac M200 is not a parctical weapon! what would you use it for im pretty sure that you wouldnt go deer hunting with it an if you are then why would you need to be 2500 meters away i dont think that this weapon is really a hunting rifles an the people that have a lot of extra cash that buy this weapon will use it for either a comp. rifle or for shits an giggles the barret isnt even a parctical rifle but to practice long range precision shooting then get that its only 3500 or alittle more….first you should learn to shoot long range an all the components that come into play an everything you need to kno an then if you still want to do it go bigger…anyways you guys are losers an reading your blog just pissed me off now im got to go rape something

Mar 27, 2009
2:35 am
#49 thatoneguy :

And to the guy who asked about purchasing the chey tac but for the m200 military (available to public now) its about 11.500.00 to 12000.00 without suppressor its 3350.00 and is the only place to purchase and they offer several models and price ranges not to mention it is about 2.20 every time you pull the trigger and if you hand load custom rounds specifically for your rifle its gets more into the 15 to 30 dollars a shot range

Apr 11, 2009
1:57 am
#50 Me :

If you think the M200 it un practical… take a look at Anzio Ironworks 20mm rifle. Those are rounds used in the F18 M61 A1 Vulcan.

May 27, 2009
6:27 am
#51 Wardog911 :

All the Errors in Wepon function just goes to show how Holly Wood actors, wrighters, producers, and directors are ignorant. Althought I Love a good action movie it strikes me as strange how CA has a love hate relationship with the Gun. They love to use them in the movies and on TV. Yet they can’t get laws passed that gives freedome to the law abiding citizen and punishes the criminal. I loved the youtube videos of the 20mm sniper I want one too! any one lone me 20-30k?? LOL

Jul 12, 2009
9:50 pm
#52 Judobill :

Hey speerzy,troy and chris march 17,21,25 2008. Anyone whose fired a semi-auto weapon with a bad mag knows the rifle will not always cycle by itself if the mag is loose and not all the way up. Therefore it required a manual cycling.

Jul 23, 2009
3:53 am
#53 Trevor Dhien :

Hello out there.. I head a certain division of an airsoft group engaged in anti-crime here in the philippines.. We bought a live M200 Cheytac and turned it into our own airsoft version. The Cheytac Intervention System has brought about a certain fear into our enemies eyes.. It really gives a different meaning to the word intervention..

This system really works..

Jul 25, 2009
11:14 am

The riffle used in the opening scene and in the shooting into the tin in the mountain is REMINGTON 700. M200 is used to snipe the president and appeared in trial.

Aug 9, 2009
9:21 pm
#55 Cody :

anybody know where I can buy one of these riffles? and the approximate cost of the CheyTac intervention M200 .408 riffle. e-mail me at

Aug 11, 2009
11:46 am
#56 gjz :

the m40a3 does start as a rem 700 SA but the barrel is not rem actually the action is the only thing rem on it. and since teh M40A3 is only made in Quantico it was a replica

Aug 11, 2009
4:19 pm
#57 tj :

u could probably buy one at a big gun show because i went to one recently and found a 50 cal and a L96 artic warfare they were around 5,000 because they were already used

Aug 20, 2009
12:07 pm
#58 John Davis :

Are you not aware about Instiglal? I think it is the longest range sniper rifle.

Sep 18, 2009
12:26 pm
#59 paul :

107 has claw bi-pob 82 doesn’t only diff, the m200 is a waste, a good rem 700 only 500-600. and his m40a3 in movie likely could have been in 300 win mag or 300 hmr. they are more common for snipers in us military. many bolt action snipers can be set not so cycle as the movement of the action decreases accuracy. less movement better shot. and the post about the scope not seeing that well is correct. that can wouldn’t be visible with any scope even close to that size. And every jack ass on here that askes where to get the gun obviously doesn’t know s**t about guns or they would know how to get one, therefore they shouldn’t even be talking about it. if you cant hit a tin can at 200 yard with iron sites and no scope you don’t need this gun. and yes that includes myself.

Sep 23, 2009
3:39 am
#60 m95 :

In the opening scene The shooter fires a semi-auto Barrett by loading by hand. So no bullet. Shots hitted the targets in head. Sniper aims head only when it’s only visible part. Otherwise the targeting point is in the middle of torso. This gives tolerace in distance approximation.
And .50cal doesn’t hit a head from above neither blow a brain to 100yds from a mile.

Oct 5, 2009
10:14 pm
#61 matt :

im no expert by any means, with that said, in the scene with the dinty moore and the chey tac, if you go frame by frame during the shot you can see the trace of the bullet. that means they did acctully shoot the can but im sure it wasnt the mile like they said. and im just taking a guess that the can of soup was really a can of tannerite or simmilar product for the dramatic effect. and like a few people said on here there is no way you would see a can that good at 1760. many good points made on here…….good work boys

Oct 21, 2009
1:18 am
#62 warfare :

The barrett is the M99 which is the only bolt action barrett

Nov 3, 2009
1:25 am
#63 flatline :

ye nice paragraph about the cheytac and “marky mark(its not the 80’s)” but the weapon used to take down the chopper was not a barrett m107, the barrett m107 is a semi-auto, so he wouldnt have to reload after every shot and none of the barretts actually reload like that so the movie messeed up, i mean the only barrett that is bolt action is the m99 which reloads likee a regular bolt action in the movie he just pulls back like its a lmg, wtf!! im 15 and i no that who ever published this “report is a dumb ass, but wut ever good effort

Nov 8, 2009
10:50 pm
#64 max :

In the opening scene he was using a m40a3 and the barret. He used the M200 when he shot the can of soup.

Nov 14, 2009
3:05 pm
#65 i_need_to_poo :

i am not a “gun know it all” but i do love them(just to poor to buy em)most of you ppl are retarded asking where u can get one..1 if ur a big “gun guy” you would know…2 if u had the cash for it u would know..3 ur retarded ITS CALLED THE INTERNET google it asshats..i did..i found 5 different places to get each of the guns mentioned and any model variations..freakin speds personally i like the Barrett 82a1 but that intervention is pretty nice(UNDERSTATEMENT)…SERIOUS QUESTION TO MILITARY PERSONAL who know this for a fact not u Rtards trying to feel cool..why would the military ever use the intervention honestly when would the m107 not be powerful or accurate enough to get the job done..not to mention at a lot less cost to those in america with our awesome economy right now email me

Nov 19, 2009
6:37 pm
#66 Willy :

Do not waste your money on this piece of crap rifle. Chey-Tac does not build the weapon. They assemble parts that various manufacturers produce. Lawton makes their barrels and dies and they don’t meet specs. The rifle sent to me and my neighbor had major headspace problems, 21 thousands off. The dies supplied for reloading didn’t meet specs either. When Chey-Tac was contacted about the problem, their response was shooter error or a bad sight picture. They would not even look at the rifle when it was hand delivered to their corporate headquarters in Arco. The excuse for the headspace problem was that the rifle was built loose for the military so that they could shoot it in the sand and dirt. Major pressure problems and the staff couldn’t care less nor would they except that the problem was with their product. They pointed fingers at the brass manufacturer.

The only bright spot that came out of this debacle was dealing with Jamison Intl.. What a class operation. Arco had been blaming Jamison for bad brass. Arco has no quality control and has no clue how to fix their problems. Jamison Intl. asked for the weapons (2) so they could get a look at them. Jamison milled the barrels and made the weapons tight, no more pressure problems. Then Chey-Tac tried to take credit for fixing the weapons when they made no attempt to even look at the rifles. Then I submitted expenses to Chey-Tac for my trip to Sturgis so that Jamison Intl. could check the weapons. Three months later they send me a check that is no good.

So if you want to spend a ton of money and get no satisfaction and get nothing but B.S. from the “factory” at Arco then go for it. Do not consider any product from Chey-Tac…….buyer beware. I can not stress enough just how messed up this company is.

Deal with another custom rifle manufacturer if you want to shoot the 408 round.

This is only a small part of my experience with Chey-Tac, it only gets worse. They have no concept of customer satisfaction nor quality control.

Nov 23, 2009
1:00 am
#67 Novak :

They are talking about when he is checking to make sure that the shoot could be made and they used it to frame bob lee swager.

Dec 20, 2009
10:55 pm
#68 Joey :

I was surprised to see this gun in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

Dec 24, 2009
2:14 pm
#69 aassa : MW2 is m200 better than Barrett…

Jan 6, 2010
4:15 pm
#70 SNIPER :

Nice weapon here with lots of power and accuracy but the Barret 50. cal mobility is much better.

Jan 16, 2010
8:52 pm
#71 Ravnican127 :

Amazingly everyone who picked up on the many issues dealing with the movie and “cover picture” posted here no one noticed the “COMING SOON” at bottom center of the picture. This means it was the theatre poster,and considering i have one and seen many others, (all of which have the M40A3 .308) the image was photoshopped in my opinion.

P.S.> to the 2 people who decided to just rant and flame at everyone, this is how you point out something people missed. Notice how i was not an arrogant obnoxious ASS about it?

Jan 17, 2010
11:50 am
#72 d :

i beg to differ boys. marrk walberg does use the m2oo in the opening scene but u are correct its not to down insurgents. hes does however use it to put down the helo that has just shot his spooter “donnie”

Jan 17, 2010
1:25 pm
#73 sanjog :

M-200 has shown a remarkable weapon system for long range.

Jan 24, 2010
2:24 pm
#74 Romey :

amazing that for over 2 years no one has found this web site “” to clear all this up.
(Note, the rifle that he is firing is actually not the CheyTac, but a good scene sniper scene none-the-less.) This will even clear this statement up also. and just FYI if there is a movie or a show that you see a weapon in that you would want to know more about just go to the website.

Jan 27, 2010
8:42 am
#75 chris :

Just a quick one. Are they legal in Cnada? I live way way out in the bush bust still are they legal. Can I do the programe in Ohio and buy one and bring it home with me?

Jan 28, 2010
9:56 pm
#76 cody :

thanks smart ass for telling these people about the blanks and m82 i dont even think the 107 was invented yet it might have

Feb 5, 2010
3:03 am
#77 Cody B :

In the movie “Shooter” there are two rifles used a m1107 .50 caliber and in the snow seen he is using an USMC m40a3 .308 caliber

Feb 8, 2010
4:37 pm
#78 culo :

u sucks

Feb 10, 2010
2:49 am
#79 killer :

this sniper is the bomb it has great potential nd great acuracy. in mw2 it is the best sniper there in all this sniper is the best sniper rifle in the world

Feb 15, 2010
10:11 pm
#80 sai :

I read a post earlier about the M200 and the movie ‘Shooter’. The guy that wrote it was in charge of the weapons for the movie. it was a good read and insightful. He wasn’t a big fan of the M200 mostly due to some design flaws. He did the custom paint job for all the rifles in the movie. Also, he mentioned that the scene of the can was film in Canada and it was a hugh head ache for them to transport it across the border. In the final scene where Marky waves the M200 around the room, the rifle was a model that was made of aluminum (non shooting) by chey inc to be light and easier to wield around.

Feb 25, 2010
1:37 am
#81 Shelly :

The Cheytac guns were not a big headache to transport into Canada. They were exported on a Temporary Export License issues by the US State Dept. They were actual M200 rifles delivered from Cheytac only with aluminum nonrifled blank firing barrels. The aluminum receiver was made by a prop company in Canada.

Feb 25, 2010
1:41 am
#82 Shelly :

Re the movie posters showing Mark with the M200. They were displayed at theaters overseas.

Mar 15, 2010
1:28 pm
#83 josh :

good movie 5 stars and it was a 50 cal he used to take down the heli. and nice shot

Mar 19, 2010
1:08 am
#84 shaun :

For people interested in a 408 chey tac look into the m310. It is avalable in mcmillan a5 stock or a modular aluminum folding option. It can be had single shot or mag fed repeter and costs between $5,500 and $6,000 us dollars. I’ve seen shots fired at over 2,500 yards with first round hits. Rob Furlongs kill with his tac-50 was a couple hundred yards less than that and while still an amazing shot, took 3 rounds. The 408 is a very capable round and I would recomend it to any one who likes to reach out. Expect to spend about 5 bucks every time the trigger is pulled. One a final note the heli goes down via barrett 50.

Mar 21, 2010
1:15 am
#85 John :

You can also try Lawton Machine in Dillon, MT. They make the M310 receiver for CHEYTAC and all the barrels for CHEYTAC rifles. The 375 Cheytac is an awesome round also.

Mar 21, 2010
9:42 pm
#86 夏令 :


Mar 28, 2010
4:04 pm
#87 bssrance :

bonjour a tous. Je voudrais connaitre la vélocité du M200. Je sais que le barret M107 fait du 854m/s. Merci de m’éclairer.

Mar 28, 2010
6:27 pm

How much would your cost be if you were to get into reloading for the .408 if you weren’t so keen on spending “5 bucks everytime you pull the trigger?”

I’ve personally seen the powder ram for reloading .50 and it was impressive. The gosh darn thing must of been 8 feet tall! I’m looking to get into reloading for personal use and maybe even for business implications with a business partner of mine. We’re expecting to invest at least $1,000 to get a good rig set-up for reloading all our own ammo so we can enjoy shooting more often.

I’ve wanted one of these Cheytac rifles for several years and this will be the year I finally get the new M200. I know ammo is always the most spendy part of owning any gun, and I haven’t done my research yet to find the die’s and powder rams for reloading .408

I’m sure it’ll be a lot cheaper, I just don’t know by how much. Costs me about $4 everytime I shoot my desert eagle .50 and I’ve saved every single one of my brass because I knew someday I would be reloading for it.

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Apr 5, 2010
4:49 pm
#89 Iceman44 :

Gabe Said,
The rifle he used to kill insurgents in the opening scene was not the Cheytac m200. He was using a Remington 700 either .308 or MLR .338 Lapua Mag. You can see the Remington Markings on the side of the barrel.

The .408 Chey-tac Intervention was from his personal collection which was only fired once during the movie when he fired into a tin on his property.

he was using the M40A1 whitch was at the time the starndered Sniper of the US marines not sure on the 50 cal it was one of 3 eaither the M82 the M107 or even the M95 which is a single shot box mag fed sniper

also in the parts were people say he ajusts his windage and it adujts his elavation you all need your eyes checked cuz he uses both ajustments and they show it elavating his shot when he is using his dile on the side of the scope which ajustes the elavation Mark went through Marine Scout Sniper training and hit targets at up to 1,100 yards out so he knew what he was doing

Apr 5, 2010
5:01 pm
#90 Iceman44 :

Mark Aka Swagger uses a number of weapons in shooter

1. M40A1 Standered issue of the USMC
2. eaither the M82 or the M95
3. Chytec M200 Intervention
4. R700 .308
5. G36 shortly
6. M4 assualt Rifle
7. M9 9 mil hand gun

the last 3 weapons he uses are the M9 the R700 and the M4 he uses the R700 in the farm seance and the snow shots he uses the USMC Eaither the M40A1 or the A2 or A3 version of the M40 in the first seance the marines hardly use the R700 the stay true to the M40’s and if you all did some research you would know that also the had a real Gunnie Sgt there through the whole movie

Apr 11, 2010
12:33 am
#91 Harry :

Also a 1911 @ the end in the cabin scene…

Apr 13, 2010
1:49 am
#92 caleb :

the longest shot is 1 and 1/2 mile by a canadian sniper in afganistan but it took him 4 trys oh and iceman44 you need to watch the move agen

Apr 13, 2010
2:06 am
#93 caleb :

Sorry for my last post it was the R700 in the opening seen

Apr 13, 2010
5:03 am
#94 Shawn :

he doesnt use the m200 till later in the movie before he left his house he shot it once at some can.

Apr 13, 2010
8:12 am
#95 roodaar :

the cover of the blu ray version also has mountains in the background. so yeah they photoshopped in a different rifle and different scenery

Apr 13, 2010
12:46 pm
#96 Josh :

what rifle does he use in the snow scene?

Apr 25, 2010
12:08 pm
#97 Phantom Fury :

I prefer the Intervention over the Barret…

May 4, 2010
6:59 am
#98 Сергей :

Вообще, честно говоря, комментарии тут гораздо прикольнейсамих постов. (Не в обиду автору, конечно :))

May 11, 2010
10:06 pm

I here disagreements on what weapon was what. It blows my mind. First of all you have a .50 cal rifle. Who cares what type it is. Second taking head shots between 800-900 yards in a truck moving at 35 mph is pure bull. He is using a USMC M40A3 .308 with a Unertl scope. His spotter is using a Leupold spotting scope holding it with out a support, bad news. Now what would a real sniper use, if he saw trucks comming down that road. The .50 cal Raufuss round shot right into the engine and that truck would be history as well as anyone in it, and then the next truck gets it, and the next etc. One shot from a .50 cal at a chopper would go right through it and screw it up big time or blow the engine gas tank. If it was a Raufuss round, the damn chopper would be history. .Remember it’s a “Movie” not a sniper school. Great “Movie.” I have it, and love it as a movie and nothing more.

May 11, 2010
10:12 pm
#100 Thomas Bruner :

A .403 would do everything I said in my last post.

May 11, 2010
10:26 pm
#101 Thomas Bruner :

The .408 would do the same thing I said with an exploding bullet or regular match bullet.

May 14, 2010
12:15 am
#102 MW2 :

The M200 Shytec is better

May 26, 2010
4:47 am
#103 fred :

Accuracy International L115A3 , British Corporal Craig Harrison killed two Taliban with consecutive shots at a distance of 2.47 kilometres (8120 ft) in Helmand Province, Afghanistan last November (2009).

We have a new champion!!!!

May 31, 2010
7:42 am
#104 Dom :

The rifle in the opening sence of shooter is the M40A3. it’s standard issue for marine snipers and packs the same punch per 100 yards than a .357 magnum point blank. Also the barret is semi-automatic not bolt action

Jun 6, 2010
12:05 pm
#105 stranger to all :

its a movei no need for all the fine details jees

Jun 6, 2010
12:09 pm
#106 stranger to all :

and with the tin can thing they had to show that it was some sort of can to the vewers of the movie

Jun 7, 2010
9:52 am
#107 0035 :


Jun 8, 2010
10:30 pm
#108 FG :

Just watched an episode of Law & Order “Criminal Intent” that featured the CHEYTAC M200..
Episode name was “Albatros”.. Good episode.

Jun 9, 2010
2:57 am
#109 spec ops :

the m200 using normal rounds shoots 1.4mi but add the .408 round and it can fire farther then a .50cal now thats impressive

Jun 11, 2010
1:57 am
#110 mw2 :

dude u guys are are kool

Jun 17, 2010
9:52 pm
#111 john84 :

The M40 is an remingtin 700 thats what the m40 is based around lol. They just modified it and called it the M40

Jun 22, 2010
8:07 am
#112 boniville :

cheytac 200 is really amazing that it gives the sniper convenience in calculating the distance, wind velocity, humidity and others with its PDA included on the package, sooner there will be another models that are greater in performance

Jul 2, 2010
7:07 pm
#113 Andrew :

The weapon in the movie may have been the M200 .375 because of the barrel design and slightly different stock, it may just be me but food for thought.

Jul 5, 2010
2:46 am
#114 Frank :

The M200(s) used in Shooter were .408 caliber. Barrels were actually smooth bore blank firing barrels(no rifling).
The only difference is the bore of the barrel. Receiver, mags, bolt etc are all the same. You can have the M200 with a .375 barrel and another in .408 and swaitch them as you want.
Early M200 barrels had a shoulder in them for an ops Inc suppressor. When CHEYTAC went to STW Systems M408 suppressors the shoulder was not needed and was eliminated from the machining process for the barrels.

Jul 5, 2010
6:25 am
#115 Cameron :

His rifle in the opening scene is wearing a U.S.Optics scope if i am not mistaken. And i am pretty sure if we are going to speculate on the caliber than it would have been a .338 lapua judging from the the muzzle views.

Jul 24, 2010
9:10 pm
#116 sean :

he used the M40a3 once his friend died from the helicopter fire he used an M82A1 to shoot down the chopper and yes the M200 .408 was his personal collection

Jul 25, 2010
3:21 am
#117 GunPro :

The scope he used on his m200 was the Nightforce NXS 12- 42×56

Jul 25, 2010
3:23 am
#118 GunPro :

When he used his m200 to shoot the dinty more, did you notice that the sound of the shot came half a second later than when he pulled the trigger?

Aug 13, 2010
6:23 pm
#119 Frank :

GunPro, The scope used on the M200 was the Nightforce 5.5-22 X 56. They were supplied with the rifles.

Aug 13, 2010
7:00 pm
#120 jobe :

Ya’ll are all fucking stupid

Aug 18, 2010
12:26 pm
#121 GunPro :

Frank, they are basically the same. the 5.5-22×56 just comes with the m200.

Aug 22, 2010
2:23 pm
#122 wfsniper :

used at the beginning he was indeed a Remington 700 and a Barrett M82 Chey tac intervention is a much longer one has a grip on the lower cand a ramington700 not. Such intervention, he uses only one time because that mountain to see if he could still get a certain distance

Aug 22, 2010
4:29 pm
#123 wfsniper :

no it was a paitbal gun that fires a 4.5 caliber bullet. you are stupid dogs. my mama says always a apple a day keeps the docter away

Sep 3, 2010
4:18 pm
#124 sniper :

WIlly you obviously do not know anything about the gun or the company. Arco Idaho is the sight of their long distance shooting range, not their corporate headquarters. The gun factory is not in arco either. Another thing, the gun available to the public is not the same gun CURRENTLY used in the US military. Get some facts straight before you post.

Sep 5, 2010
5:58 pm
#125 JJ :

Actually the HQ for Cheytac is in Arco, ID. The major shreholder/owner lives in CT(unless he sold ownership). The ranges they use for demos, testing and training are located in Arco, ID. The M200 is made in two versions a “carbine” that has a shorter barrel(29″ if I recall) and it may or may not have a lighter receiver(fluted), the “standard” M200 has a 32″ barrel. Otherwise they are the same gun. The M310 rifle is a Lawton Machine made barrel and action mated to either a McMillan A5(slightly larger than a standard A5) or an aluminum stock(McRee’s was used, not sure if it still is).

Sep 5, 2010
5:58 pm
#126 JJ :

Actually the HQ for Cheytac is in Arco, ID. The major share holder/owner lives in CT(unless he sold ownership). The ranges they use for demos, testing and training are located in Arco, ID. The M200 is made in two versions a “carbine” that has a shorter barrel(29″ if I recall) and it may or may not have a lighter receiver(fluted), the “standard” M200 has a 32″ barrel. Otherwise they are the same gun. The M310 rifle is a Lawton Machine made barrel and action mated to either a McMillan A5(slightly larger than a standard A5) or an aluminum stock(McRee’s was used, not sure if it still is).

Sep 9, 2010
3:57 am
#127 Ian :

I also noticed how he cycled the action on that Barett. I also niticed that he switched to amidextrious shooting based on the different firearms he had his hands on.

Sep 11, 2010
4:55 am
#128 M. Dixon :

A British sniper set a world sharpshooting record by taking out two Taliban soldiers in Afghanistan from more than a mile and a half away — a distance so great, experts say the terrorists wouldn’t have even heard the shots.

Craig Harrison killed the two insurgents from an astounding distance of 8,120 feet — or 1.54 miles — in Helmand Province last November firing an Accuracy International L11583 long-range rifle.

“The first round hit a machine-gunner in the stomach and killed him outright,” said Harrison, a corporal of horse in the British Army’s Household Cavalry, the equivalent of a sergeant in the American military.

“The second insurgent grabbed the weapon and turned as my second shot hit him in the side. He went down, too,” Harrison told the Sunday Times of London.

The shots — measured via GPS — surpassed the previous record held by Canadian Army Cpl. Rob Furlong, who killed an al Qaeda gunman from 7,972 feet in 2002.

Harrison’s shots were roughly equal to the distance between the Statue of Liberty and Battery Park.

Experts called Harrison’s sharp shooting as perfect as it gets.

“When you are shooting that far, if you miss by a hair, you miss by a mile,” said John Plaster, a retired US Army sharp-shooting instructor and author of “The Ultimate Sniper.” “That is about as precise as any marksmen on the planet could shoot.”

He said Harrison’s targets likely never knew what was coming.

“At a distance like that they cannot even see anyone and they would not even hear the muzzle report,” Plaster said.

Sep 18, 2010
12:38 am

QUICKSCOPES! MW2 FTW! i love intervention with FALL CAMO! heartbeat snesor and fmj.
but i hate hit markers…

Sep 19, 2010
6:32 pm
#130 mp5 :

dude have you guys ever held a mp5 silenced with holographic site?? it is freaking beast!

Sep 20, 2010
5:36 pm
#131 J. Drocit :

acquired one through Knesek Guns a month or two ago….great rifle

Sep 23, 2010
9:48 pm
#132 Ifyoukn3wIt :

Hey, its not a Remington 700 in the opening scene! Its a freaking Tac 50 (McMillan Bros.) A Tac 50 is equally powerful with the Intervention, and posseble the Barrett. (But the Barrett is a Anti-Tank weapon, since he use it on the chopper.) :D

Sep 26, 2010
7:18 pm
#133 GunPro :

Ifyoukn3lt, the sniper rifle used in the opening scene was a Remington 700. you could see the remington logo on the barrel. the gun looks nothing like a Tac-50 and they would not use .50 caliber rounds to take out human targets. A .22 caliber is enough to penetrate glass. yes, the tac -50 has equal power to the barrett and the intervention(m200) but not as accurate as the m200 beyond 1200 yards

Oct 5, 2010
10:27 pm
#134 Hunter :

In the part where he rescues Memphis he is using a remington 700 in the snow part he is using an m2000 a good scene to show the guns accuracy and also he takes out the chopper
With some sort of 50 cal Memphis also uses the m2000 in the part where the FBI storm the old mans house

Oct 11, 2010
11:26 am
#135 wfsniper :

Hey Sniper, your insignificant sarcasm shows such a lack of intelligence, would you please go fuck urself, and shove up that gun in ur ass, stop being so fucking insignificant and retarded, and dont be such a serieus retarded fool, who likes to get attention on forums from other people, please, go fuck urself.

Oct 11, 2010
10:30 pm
#136 shfonz :

first of all, wfsniper rock on. second of all, to all those people who talk as if they are fucking specialists who created the Intervention, who cares what people want to do with an Interv. its their money. If they want one just to fuck around with then by all means lettem buy one if they can cut the check. Whos decision is it if another person wants one. its not your money nor your decision so….4 simple words….SHUT THE FUCK UP. and yeah i know y’all r gonna be like fuck u and go fuck urself and blah fuckin blah i really dont care. peace out.

Oct 13, 2010
12:16 am
#137 justin :

actually both the barrett m107 and accuracy international as50 can accurately hit and kill a target 2.3kms away, the cheytac m200 intervention is more accurate at that range however all 3 rifles can easily make the 2.3km mark

Oct 13, 2010
12:18 am
#138 justin :

really its wat the shooter prefers and is most comfortable for him/her to make the shot

Oct 13, 2010
8:59 pm
#139 Chandler :

Actually based on my research Im thinking his primary weapon was the Barrett M98B.. Here’s a link.

Oct 19, 2010
12:30 pm
#140 wfsniper :

ga je moeder neuken

Oct 21, 2010
3:55 pm
#141 poephoofd :

jo everybody you are all dumb assholes! It’s not even a REAL WAR SNIPER!

It’s a 1Mcabalisticpaintsniper (automatic) of course you got the great looks bit it fires with 4.5 caliber paint-ball-bullets (20 each second) It can kill a mouse but of course it’s not
anti-tank!!!! It’s called a ABMG (anti beneath meter gun) couse it all weak things that are 1 meter or smaller! so fuck off thinking you guys are smart couse if they would use this in a war even africa could beat them down with 1 single man!

Oct 21, 2010
3:57 pm
#142 poephoofd :

( queue 3 second part has to be couse it kills all weak things that are 1 meter or )

Oct 21, 2010
4:24 pm
#143 wfsniper :

hey poephoofd
that stubit dogs dont even now what a sniper rifle is
they are al sug ther mams tits they now every thing better
maybe they are blind and they haven,t see the richt movie
i now it was a paintball sniper because i saw the red paint spring out of ther heads

Oct 21, 2010
5:14 pm
#144 poephoofd :

HAHA yeah sure if sniper acts this way a little more time he will have red paint!

Oct 21, 2010
6:41 pm
#145 SuckBallz :

Why don’t you all just suck my balls,
You are being retarded to start to argue about a retarded weapon over the internet, I mean come on, who the fuck cares about this discussion, just give it an end.
And go watch some porn, maybe that will cheer you up!

Oct 25, 2010
3:43 pm
#146 wfsniper :

sniper Said,
WIlly you obviously do not know anything about the gun or the company. Arco Idaho is the sight of their long distance shooting range, not their corporate headquarters. The gun factory is not in arco either. Another thing, the gun available to the public is not the same gun CURRENTLY used in the US military. Get some facts straight before you post.

Posted on September 3rd, 2010 at 4:18 pm

uhum, i got 3 rifles in my house 1 of them is un sniper rifle,so i now more about the comany and the gun you dont even now how you pull the trigger over,Now oke you now one thing >you now only how you move the .408 bullit in you ass,ow and what do you now about the us army ,uuuuh nothing and you never do ,so go fuck yourself

Oct 29, 2010
8:04 pm
#147 Max :

Cool CheyTac photo gallery here:

Dec 24, 2010
7:55 am
#148 smle :

m107 lock back because of dirt accumulated during the helicopter sequence… according to weapons coordinator of the film, Ryan Steacy:
‘I was the weapons coordinator on this film. The Barrett used was a real one firing blanks. After multiple strafing runs by the helicopter and the amount of dust and crap floating in the air from all the explosions,the gun did malfunction a few times on multiple takes. Unfortunately the way it was edited together made it seem like he was cocking it after every shot.’

Shame mate for calling this a review of the weapon. Made it look like:
M40a3 can kill people’
Barrett M017 can disable a chopper,
but the M200 can do nothing but shoot a can of stew.

Jan 7, 2011
11:22 am
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Jan 10, 2011
1:23 pm
#150 Cheesecake~ :

FUCK OMG kay, now listen up, the Cheytac Intervention is an AWESOME sniper rifle, with one of the longest effective ranges! But yes, it is a shits and giggles rifle, not completely practical. And im sick of all the Shooter errors!! >:O its an M40A3 which he fires single shots from at the beginning, then a Barrett M82A1 to take out the helicopter…and YES, as aforementioned, he cycles it because the blanks used by Hollywood dont generate the required blowback chamber pressure to self-cycle the action…and the tin can shot was an Intervention. However, when the Archbishop is shot, he is shot by an electronic Barrett M82A1.50cal BMG which they put in a .408 round (from the Cheytac) wrapped in paper (hence the whole paper patching ordeal) and then he gets an R700 to save Nick Memphis (twice-ish) and proves his innocence with his Intervention saying hes changed the firing pin so it wont fire…(even though u only see him change the bolt…but who cares, its a movie). So everybody got it?

Jan 11, 2011
1:20 am
#151 noah :

is the intervention avalible for use in canda or america for a civilian or only people in the military

Jan 11, 2011
11:27 pm
#152 Kevin :

Thank you CheeseCake.

I’m going to assume you’re right.

The .408 INtervention is my favorite gun. I just googled it, and found this. Surr,

Now I looked at the DESC. And now I’m going to order it on Netflix LOL.

Jan 11, 2011
11:41 pm
#153 Kevin :

Yeah, Cheese IS Right. Because are the Start-Start he uses a bolt action, obviously the Intervention. And at later when his partner dies, he picks up some sort of Barret, That’s obviously it,.

Jan 18, 2011
1:17 pm
#154 222. Roo Hunter :

Im sure that its not just the people who have seen shooter that know about this rifle! Millions of people have played the infamous fps game modern warfare 2, and the intervention just happens to be the most popular sniper rifle in that game!

Jan 21, 2011
9:05 am
#155 frank :

ive seen to people on here that know wth they are talking about the rest of u need to just sit there and read this the cheytac intervention is curently the most leathel sniper system manifactured no you should not buy this gun its expensive bullets are expensive u only one company makes the rounds the bullets are hand turned on a lave a single shot 408 will run u about 7gs not to mention spending about 10$ every time u shoot the gun u can not reload ur own rounds due to the way the bullets are produced and if u want the intervention itself u will need about 12k so good luck with that the gun curently holds the world record for accuracy but o well it is supersonic at twice and a half the distance as the 50. cal if u want to know more just email me

Jan 23, 2011
9:28 am
#156 Me :

All these posts, some good, some I feel dumber just from reading, and everyone forgot one rifle Walberg used to save Memphis from the Agency. Give up? A .22lr with a coke bottle/cotton makeshift suppressor.

Honestly though, why all the arguing over a movie? When is Hollywood ever right when it comes to firearms? Watch “I Am Legend” with Will Smith once. When the zombies break into his house and he runs out of ammo in his M4, he pulls the trigger and you hear the sear clicking like it’s dropping the hammer about 6 times in half a second. Almost as bad as when you hear people cocking a Glock or similar hammerless pistols on TV and movies, I think that is my biggest pet peeve. Cracks me up though!!

Jan 27, 2011
4:29 am
#157 optic_wannabe_loser :

ima get me one of these because im a pro quick scoping freak i can bull up a 15-20 kg sniper and fire when the scope has just reached my eye and some how i havent smashed my fugly face into the scope yet :D i also dont aim and fir from the hip while im mid air and dont land on my ass because im a pro sniper that doesnt need to agree with laws of gravity or phisics… because im a pro sniper :D….aparently

Jan 27, 2011
4:38 am
#158 blackops is sooo crap :

haha i agrea cod series has ruined the idea of a good sniper and how he uses his rifle

Jan 28, 2011
12:04 am

I love this! SO happy i found this! Just what i was looking for!

Feb 4, 2011
2:12 am
#160 Bob_Lee_Swagger :

Guys, we used a real Marine sniper to help us throughout the movie, so everything is accurate unless you think someone who went to sniper school is wrong.

Feb 4, 2011
2:12 am
#161 Ethan :

50. cal is better but in cod mw2 i like the intervention better even though its semi-automatic

Feb 8, 2011
10:00 am
#162 Wilson :

The opening sniper rifle was definitely not Cheytac Intervention M200, M200 Offers a computerized System that figures the distance and wind way faster and more accurately.

Feb 8, 2011
11:21 pm
#163 Barack Hussein Obama :

Guys who cares about any of this, none of you will ever be able to afford any of it, because i am in the process of permanently fucking of the United States forever!

Feb 9, 2011
10:04 pm
#164 kyle :

Most of you guys have no idea what you are talking about. The cheytac’s computer does not adjust the crosshairs for you, i would know because i personally own one. The Advaced Ballistic Computer gives you accurate adjustment for you to put into yourself. For example if the target is 6’0 tall and it took up 4 mil dots it caan tell me how far away he is, or if i knew the wind readings all you have to do is type it in tell what kind of bullet it is, what the temperature is etc. and it will give the correct adjustments for your scope.

Feb 9, 2011
10:08 pm
#165 kyle :

the gun is 11,000 dollars and the .408 ammo is stupid expensive

Feb 15, 2011
2:29 am
#166 Noncog :

m99 and *m95* are both bolt action not just m99 but the gun is an m107/m82a1a which can be turned into locked action guns, increasing range and accuracy and im not sure but the round he loaded into the m200 looked more like a 50 cal than a .408 and to a good 99% of shooters having an m200 is a waste of money a gun is only as good as its shooter so most guns are equal to an m200 for most ppl

Feb 16, 2011
10:15 pm
#167 austin :

the intervention is the best and baddest sniper rifle ever created and put on earth

Feb 21, 2011
4:55 pm
#168 David :

Where could I get an intervention because I read that they made a civilian version and I want to use it to hunt

Feb 26, 2011
6:39 am
#169 Zach :

AMAZING gun. goes extra hard on Modern Warfare 2

Feb 27, 2011
5:40 pm
#170 michael :

what kind of sniper who can move it from far away to the distance 1000 yards in 4 seconds?

Mar 23, 2011
6:25 am

ang ganda ng baril ay nakakaloka!!i like that gun very strong gun ay talaga nakakaloka talaga grabe!!

Mar 23, 2011
6:28 am

so very strong modern technology sobra ay nababading ako sa sobrang lakas hay grbe!!!!

Mar 23, 2011
6:33 am
#173 totoo :

^_^ ^_^ ^_^ yummy

Mar 29, 2011
9:12 am
#174 Bee :

One problem, when the guy controling the Tri-pod .50 cal sniper rifle, he is aimed at the president, and when whalberg tells the black guy to send in the swat to get the sniper, the sniper changes targets at the last second. Wouldn’t that ruin the windage, elevation adjustments?!?

And what did he bring the M82. . 50 cal to shoot? A Jumbo Jet?

Apr 19, 2011
8:41 pm
#175 dzn :

He had to cycle the action…..he was firing blanks without an adapter….which dosent facilitate gas to push the bolt back

Apr 26, 2011
2:31 am
#176 slope dope :

cant believe i just read the those comments most of you modern warefare playing kids have no clue what you are talking about you would be lucky to shoot the end of your peckers of successfully.

Apr 26, 2011
2:35 am
#177 slope dope :

cant believe i just readall the those comments most of you modern warfare playing kids have no clue what you are talking about you would be lucky to shoot the end of your peckers off successfully.

Apr 30, 2011
1:03 am
#178 fatboy2145 :

hey love this gun its so good in mw2 qs lol :)

May 25, 2011
9:27 am
#179 pletcheryrv :

Hello I’m new to here…
Glad to see all!

Jun 13, 2011
6:32 am
#180 michael :

I thought the sniper he used to take out the heli was a barett m99 like featured in battlefield bad company two

Jul 11, 2011
7:09 pm
#181 dan :

So Yall kinda pissed me off there. Most of you are people who think they know about guns, most of you are just pulling shit out of there ass. If u care what guns were in the movie you can just look it up on the net. Now i own many guns, What I dont understand is why you have to own a gun in wich to shoot someone from miles distance. If you do you have some fucked up issues. Now a simple gun such as a R700 will get just about any job done. There is no sense in spending shit tons of money on a gun you will have very little use for. With that said why dont you get a gun worth using. Like said R700. Then there are more options and variants of many others. Personally a .30-06 with a very nice optic will get just about any of Your gun needs. And Im a former Army special Forces sniper and it works good for me. Hell ive fired guns that yall have never even heard of and they don’t even match up to a .30-06. So yall should think about your gun choices and need that are necissary. There is no need for over kill. If ur a well and doubt gun enthusist go for durability, accuracy, easy to manage (clean and operate). The most money ive spent on a gun was a Draganozv/Svd.(Not the Phlimsy barrled PSL, piece of shit) at the cost of $4,000.00. That was shipping and all. If yall one advice on guns just send me a Email at ill help you with as much as I can.

Jul 27, 2011
9:04 am
#182 anonymous :

Does anybody know where I could get the .408 CheyTac and being a NZ resident weather I could own one in NZ. Also what does the unit come with and what price range would I be looking at for the unit.

Aug 21, 2011
10:41 am
#183 Jake :

i was wondering the same thing. i agree with dan but i still want one and i was wondering where i could get one and for how much. ooo and i think the scope would be the most expensive part about that gun. i mean have u read up on how it works i mean thats so cool.

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