Noreen Firearms Bad News .338 Lapua Magnum Rifle
The Bad News .338 Lapua has become a signature rifle for Noreen Firearms. The rifle was originally designed with the intent of taking a well-known large caliber, and being able to send it downrange accurately, further than any other semi-automatic rifle on the market.
Now, with the Bad News Gen. II, we’ve taken a rifle that was already a long-distance powerhouse, and completely upgraded it. With new upgraded receivers, a new gas block, and a mean looking hand-guard, the new Bad News takes everything you loved from the first gen, and made it even better. We took a “signature rifle”, and turned it into a masterpiece.
According to the manufacturer, the Bad News ULR .338 Sniper Rifle delivers accurate and effective fire at ranges in excess of 1,500 yards, making it a superb tool for the ultra-long-range shooting world.
Since this semi-automatic holds sub-MOA accuracy out to long ranges and can be used for 1,000-2,000-yard precision shooting, it has been tested by the U.S. Military and the British Ministry of Defense for their special military units.
With its sub-MOA precision (some reviewers claim a .344-MOA group at 420 yards), this Noreen AR-style extreme range tack driver will be, without a doubt, a precious instrument to accompany high-altitude shooters and hunters.
|Operation||Piston Driven, Side Charging Semi Automatic|
|Stock||Mag Pul PRS|
|Magazine||5, 10 rd.|
|Muzzle Brake||Noreen Design, 5/8-24 Thread|