Specs

  • Manufacturer: Blaser
  • Model: R93 Tactical
  • Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO (.308 Win)
    6 mm Norma BR
    .243 Win.
    7.5x55
    300 Win Mag
    .338 Lapua
  • Barrel: Chrome-Molybdeum-Nickel-Steel, thermally destressed, fluted.
  • Barrel Length: 23.6" (600mm), 30" (762mm) with extension.
  • Magazine: 10 round detachable box magazine
  • Trigger: First and second stage adjustable for weight, take up, and overtravel. Trigger blade can be moved horizontally.
  • Stock: Fully adjustable cheekpiece. Aluminium stock with skeleton architecture. Butt-stock and forend finished in a black systhetic coating for grip.
  • Weight: 11.88lbs (5.4 kg)
  • Additional Notes: Straight pull bolt action

The Blaser R93 tactical rifle has been generating a lot of interest as of late. The rifle is based on the Blaser standard straight pull action, and is loosely related to their target rifle. But this version is designed specifically for the tactical community. The rifle incorporates all of the necessary features, and also includes some of the latest features which are nice to have, like the muzzle-break, adjustable stock, and detachable magazine. All reports from the field indicate a superb performing rifle, I’ve even seen a 28mm (1.10″) 10 shot group fired at 300 meters. Very impressive.

Blaser has a new version of the rifle out called the LRS2, and even chamber it in .338 Lapua. They’ve made a few other changes to the rifle also like slight changes to the stock design, etc. This version continues to be an excellent quality tactical rifle.

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2 Comments

Yassine

he Blaser R93 tactical rifle has been generating a lot of interest as of late. The rifle is based on the Blaser standard straight pull action, and is loosely related to their target rifle. But this version is designed specifically for the tactical community. The rifle incorporates all of the necessary features, and also includes some of the latest features which are nice to have, like the muzzle-break, adjustable stock, and detachable magazine. All reports from the field indicate a superb performing rifle, I’ve even seen a 28mm (1.10″) 10 shot group fired at 300 meters. Very impressive.

Blaser has a new version of the rifle out called the LRS2, and even chamber it in .338 Lapua. They’ve made a few other changes to the rifle also like slight changes to the stock design, etc. This version continues to be an excellent quality tactical rifle.

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Ian Donaldson

Hi Ian Hear I have a LRS 2 in 308 cal what a work tool i have read some reports of the accuracy at 300 yds over 1 inch worrying if you cant get them in the same hole at that range try sitting or lining down i no it gets heavy standing up while shooting i use this for deer staking and at the range Faults you cant get a high capacity Mag for it the best rifle i have ever fired and there is a lot in that description Ian keep on shooting

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