The Model 95 may weigh in at a smaller class, but packed into its lightweight bullpup design is the intense power of a .50 caliber magazine-fed weapon, the pinpoint accuracy of a bolt-action rifle and the effortless functionality of a perfectly designed machine.
This compact rifle offers the velocity and accuracy of a 29-inch barrel in a lightweight package with an overall length of just 45 inches. The Model 95 is made for those who refuse to sacrifice accuracy for power while allowing the shooter to quickly and accurately fire five rounds, reload with a fresh magazine and get back on target in seconds.
Its buttplate, magazine well and trigger housing are unitized, helping to stiffen the steel lower receiver. The steel upper receiver is reinforced with an M1913 rail and supports the chrome-chambered, fluted barrel. All Barrett rifles are designed for easy field stripping, so the two receivers can be assembled in less than 60 seconds without the use of tools.
The bolt carrier itself is a study in innovation designed for speed, reliability and safety. It slides effortlessly on machined-smooth rails, transporting a large bolt that locks into the barrel extension on three lugs. This bolt carrier assembly is a simplistic design with a quick release lever for fast disassembly. The firing pin is driven by dual springs designed for consistency and lightning-quick lock time.
Adopted by militaries all over the world, the Model 95 is not just proven in battle, it's also fun to shoot.