The Barrett M95SP
|Type||Bullpup anti-materiel rifle|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Used by||See Users|
|Manufacturer||Barrett Firearms Company|
|Mass||23.5 pounds (10.7 kg) empty, without scope|
|Length||45 inches (114.3 cm)|
|Barrel length||29 inch (73.7 cm)|
|Cartridge||.50 BMG (12.7×99mm)|
|Muzzle velocity||854 m/s (with M33 ball ammunition)|
|Maximum firing range||1800 meters|
|Feed system||5-round detachable box magazine|
The M95 is an improved version of the earlier Barrett M90. It is a bolt-action sniper rifle in a bullpup design. The major difference between the M95 and the M90 is that the pistol grip and trigger have been moved forward 1 inch (25 mm) for better magazine clearance. Also, the bolt handle has been redesigned and bent down and to the rear, the barrel chamber has been plated in chrome, and there are also some minor changes to the trigger and firing pin.
In 1999, the M95 won a military competition to become the new XM107. A small number were purchased by the U.S. Army for further testing, but ultimately, the M82 was chosen. The Barrett website also announces that M95 rifle is used for military and law enforcement applications in at least 15 other countries.
- Argentina - Used by Argentine Navy and Argentine National Gendarmerie
- Austria - Jagdkommando special group of the Austrian Army.
- Georgia - Used in limited number by special operations forces.
- India - Indian Army.
- Italy - 9th Parachute Assault Regiment "Col Moschin".
- Jordan: Employed by Jordanian Special Operations Forces.
- Malaysia - Employed by the Malaysian Army Grup Gerak Khas.
- Philippines - Adopted by the Philippine Marine Corps. Rifles were purchased in 1998.
- Portugal - Used by Special Operations Troops Centre. 
- Serbia - Used by Serbian Gendarmerie and by Special Brigade of Serbian Army.
- Spain - Spanish Army and Spanish Navy.
- Thailand - Royal Thai Navy SEALs.
- Turkey - Used by Underwater Offence Group Command
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