TOP 7 Sniper Rifles in the World

TOP 7 Sniper Rifles in the World


Top 7 Sniper Rifles Whats up top7 family, mr top7’s here coming
at you with a brand new video! If you haven’t already, make sure to click
the subscribe button below as im going to be hosting some crazy giveaways in the coming
weeks with prizes like xbox ones, ps4’s and more. It’s totally free and only takes a few seconds,
so don’t miss out! Also, make sure to click the like button below
to help us break our goal of over 3,000 likes! With that said, lets get started! The word sniper is a variation derived from
the snipe bird – a notoriously difficult bird to track down or shoot. Trust us, the term fits. Although the true talent of a successful snipe
lies in the hands of the operator at the end of the day, without the proper tools it’s
..pretty difficult to shoot. Today, lets look at the top seven best sniper
rifles of all time! Number seven – the M110. This American semi-automatic sniper rifle
is chambered for the 7.62×51mm NATO round – dually making it a designated marksman rifle
as well. Top 7 Sniper Rifles Whats up top7 family, mr top7’s here coming
at you with a brand new video! If you haven’t already, make sure to click the subscribe
button below as im going to be hosting some crazy giveaways in the coming weeks with prizes
like xbox ones, ps4’s and more. It’s totally free and only takes a few seconds, so don’t
miss out! Also, make sure to click the like button below to help us break our goal of
over 3,000 likes! With that said, lets get started! The word sniper is a variation derived from
the snipe bird – a notoriously difficult bird to track down or shoot. Trust us, the term
fits. Although the true talent of a successful snipe lies in the hands of the operator at
the end of the day, without the proper tools it’s ..pretty difficult to shoot. Today, lets
look at the top seven best sniper rifles of all time! Number seven – the M110. This American semi-automatic sniper rifle
is chambered for the 7.62×51mm NATO round – dually making it a designated marksman rifle
as well. Designed and developed in 2007 by U.S. firearm manufacturer Knight’s Armament
Company, it features Gas-operated, rotating bolt action with a 10 or 20-round detachable
box magazine and a crazy long 800 meters (875 yard) firing range. This rifle came to light via
contest, actually – the U.S. Army ran a competition (with several participating designs, including
this one and others from Remington, and DPMS Panther Arms), with the Knights Armament Co.
winning in September of 2005. First used in service since 2008, it’s been through two
wars – and although it will eventually be replaced, for the moment, it’s a hell of way
to kick things off. Number six – the M40. Ah yes, the good ol’ line of M40s. Tried,
tested and true since 1966. It’s a veritable classic, although referring to the M40 could
mean three different things: the M40A1, M40A3 or M40A5. Created from the hunting-favorite
Remington 700 (which in and of itself was available in a variety of calibers like .243,
.270, .30-06 and so on. With a 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge, 6RPM rate of fire with bolt
action and 800 meter effective firing range, it’s no wonder why the M40 has been through
a HUGE list of wars, including the Vietnam War, Gulf War, War in Afghanistan and Iraq
War (among others). It’s hard to beat a classic – but although it’s inarguably one of the
most reliable rifles ever produced, it still gets shown up by some newcomers. Still, the
M40 line is here to stay. Number five – the AS50. The British-made Accuracy International AS50
firearm is where things start to get a little crazy. This .50 BMG sniper/anti-materiel rifle
manufactured by- you guessed it – Accuracy International – enables shooters to engage
their targets (with a high level of accuracy) at an absolutely insane 1,800 meters away.
Aside from its long-distance capabilities, it allows for a lower recoil than its predecessors
by employing a gas operated semi-automatic action and muzzle brake. Another reason it’s
a popular choice is the convenience factor – aside from being able to be disassembled
in less than three minutes and serviced without tools, it’s lightweight, comfortable to use
and highly transportable. In other words, you do NOT want to be on the receiving end
of this thing. Number four – the Tac-50. Produced and manufactured in Phoenix, Arizona
by McMillan Firearms Manufacturing – the McMillan Tac-50 holds a special honor. Aside from having
a cool nickname (people love to refer to it as the “Big Mac”), it boats the record for
the world’s longest “confirmed kill” shot from 2,657 yards away. If you’re on the
Imperial system – that means over a mile and half away.Not only can it knock out personnel
from that far away, it can blow out engine blocks from the same distance. Due to it employing
the 50 BMG cartridge (which happens to be the largest bullet used for military sniper
rifles), it’s built like a rock – featuring manually operated rotary bolt action and a
5 round detachable box. Number three – the Arctic Warfare Magnum. The Accuracy International AWM (and unofficially
known more colloquially as simply the AWSM)- typically denoting AWM rifles chambered in
.338 Lapua Magnum. Production began in 1996 and they’re still in service today – in fact,
almost twenty Armed forces around the world use this bolt action, lightweight machine.
Built primarily to withstand even the harshest and most extreme weather conditions, it fires
the .338 Lapua cartridge, which also happens to be the first round designed specifically
for sniper rifles. With de-icing features built into the fluted bolt design, it’s able
to accurately fire in ALL sorts of weather conditions – at a crazy distance of over 1,200
yards. So it’s light, tough and can operate no matter what. This thing doesn’t screw around. Number two – the CheyTac Intervention. Since 2001, this bad boy has instilled fear
in the hearts of ANYONE on the wrong side of it. Based on the EDM Arms Windrunner, the
M200 has long been heralded as the “deadliest sniper rifle” around, the bolt action CheyTac
M200 is one of the most flawless armament designs to be found. Pushing a .408 CheyTac
cartridge round (and fed by a 7-round detachable single-stack magazine) down a range of well
over 3,000 feet per second, it’s ridiculously accurate. Aside from its impressive design
– it currently holds the world’s record for best group at a distance of 2,321 yards
after 3 bullets were fired within 16 + 5/8″. With an effective firing range of about a
mile and a half – it’s got a little bit of everything. Number one – The M107. Forgive us for the pun – but it’s time to
break out the big guns. Manufactured by Tennessee-based firearms and ammunition producer, Barrett
Firearms Manufacturing – the M107 (or lovingly referred to as the Barrett “Light Fifty”)
is one tough SOB. This 50 caliber, shoulder-fired, semi-automatic sniper rifle has a surprisingly
manageable recoil for a weapon of its size (due to the force-absorbing barrel) – with
its heavy weight and large muzzle braking aiding in the recoil reduction as well. That
hefty weight actually became a problem – prompting Barrett to manufacture the M107A1 – which
shed five pounds but retained its astonishing accuracy – keep in mind, this thing can successfully
hit at over 2,000 meters away – proving whether its a person, engine or target – it’s got
it taken care of! Thanks for watching Interestingtop7s! Which
of these rifles was your favorite? Drop me a comment and let me know! Also, make sure
to click the subscribe button below for new videos every week! Mr. Top7s Signing off!

100 comments

  1. You forgot the slipper, it’s the most deadliest and accurate weapon ever, my mom can sniper me with it 3,000 yards away

  2. Have u ever heard something about Russian Rifles?! It is a fact that the TSVL is the best sniper rifle in the World! It has confirmed hit on 4 miles!

  3. The style of all these guns are all sexy, it like being at the strip club with the top sexy stripers of all time….. oh BABY
    Some body give me some $$$$$ to spend.

  4. since the top 5 world records are 4 Irish Catholic Canadians who have used 338LAP, 420, Big Mac , 30-06 with more kill shots and best placements than all AMerican British Russian CHinese combined its best to say!!!!! OH CANADA as the lot will never catch up the Canadians EHHHHHHHH COngrats to Canada and the IRISH ELITE

  5. M110 is a designated marksman rifle. Also pointing out the fact the M110 was adopted as a result of a contest is nothing new, the vast majority of military weapons are selected during trials.

    The M40 only has six rounds per minute rate of fire? I can fire faster than that in a quarter of the time.

    AS50 is an anti material rifle. I won't debate it being a wonderful rifle, but it is intended for light armored vehicles and enemies behind thick cover.

    Tac-50 is also an anti material rifle. The Tac-90 was the rifle Chris Kyle used.

    The Cheytac M200 is pretty overrated if you ask me. Finding ammo is a nightmare, it is heavy as shit and… well… It is hideous.

    M107 is ALSO another anti material rifle, intended for light armor, heavy cover and disposing of explosives. I know what I said, but the Cheytac is better statistically than the 107 from accuracy alone.

  6. videooooooooooooooo, with top sevennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn, hereeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ooooooooooooooooooomgggggggggggggggg dis sniper rifleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  7. After which criteria did you choose the rifles to be on the „top seven“?
    Top seven for which purpose?
    Not a good video, because some facts aren‘t even true.
    By the way, did you ever heared of Steyr or Lobaev? Check them out!

  8. What about the Barrett 416 on this list & you can shoot this rifle in Kommieforia. The Gmx Lynx bulpup 50bmg should be on this also because you can shoot it prone & run & gun in a standing position. It's the only 50bmg I know that the barrel collapses in the receiver for portability & will deploy on the fly by activating a lever up front. Their is no weapon system that has this feature. Bill Alexander Ulfberht 338 lapua magnum should be on this list as well. One incredible weopon system for the masses.

  9. The barret is not better than the M200.
    The M200 is far more accurate, its bullet har lower drag and higher BC. And at distances over 600m, its bullet retains more kinetic energy than the .50cal.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *