New 416 Barrett Ammo Now Available

New 416 Barrett Ammo Now Available
New 416 Barrett Ammo Now Available

Murfreesboro, TN-( Barrett is pleased to announce production of our new 416 Barrett ammo.

The new match grade ammo is loaded with a 452 gr MTAC Cutting Edge Bullet which has a much higher ballistic coefficient (G1 .83 / G7 .42) than our previous bullet. We are also proud to announce that the C.I.P., an international organization that sets standards for the safety of firearm testing, has approved it.

The match grade brass is made by RUAG, the prized maker of match 50 BMG brass. This match grade brass has concentric necks with uniform wall thickness which give more consistent neck tension.

Loading was done with Alliant Reloader 50 powder which is known for clean burning and is less sensitive to case capacity.

The RWS primer burns more consistent and aids in bumping down the velocity to 3005 fps.

While combining all of these traits with Barrett standards, a shooter will have sub MOA performance capable of hitting targets well beyond 2500 yards, making it ideal for extreme long range shooting.

The 452 gr MTAC ammo is available in a 10 round box and 80 round cases. In addition to that, Barrett also offers new primed, new unprimed, and once fired brass for purchase on our web store,

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Barrett is a family-owned and operated company and the world leader in large-caliber, long-distance, precision rifle design and manufacturing. Barrett products are used by civilians, sport shooters, law enforcement agencies, the United States military and more than 73 State Department approved countries around the world. The Barrett Quality Management System (QMS) has received the prestigious ISO 9001:2015 certification for the design and manufacture of firearms, ammunition, integrated ballistics computers and accessories, and to provide training for those systems.

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Even at 2500 yards, that 452 grain pill has got to sting a little if you catch it in the shin.