USSOCOM’s PSR Competition “And The Winner Is Remington’s MSR…”




USSOCOM has completed its PSR, Precision Sniper Rifle, competition with the selection of Remington’s MSR platform. Our congratulations goes out to all the Remington folks that made it possible.


Precision Sniper Rifle (PSR) Award Notice

Directorate of Procurement has awarded solicitation H92222-12-R-0011, the Precision Sniper Rifle (PSR). The successful offeror is Remington Arms Company, LLC.

Remington Arms Company, LLC
PO Box 700
Madison, NC 27025-0700
Total Estimated Contract Award $79,717,783.28
Contract Number: H92222-13-D-0003

The Government has awarded a 10 year, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), Firm Fixed Priced contract for the purchase of the Precision Sniper Rifle (PSR) system. The maximum quantities for this requirement are projected to be 5,150 PSR systems and 4,696,800 rounds of ammunition. The work will be performed at two Remington facilities Ilion, NY, and Elizabethtown, KY, and the ammunition at Barnes Bullets facility Mona, UT, and expected to be completed by March 2023.

This contract was awarded In accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2304 and 41 U.S.C. 253, under Full and Open Competition. Delivery Order 0001 amount is $ 629,070.00.

mpr3x550The Remington Modular Sniper Rifle (MSR) was designed for operators by operators. It combines lethal accuracy at 1500 meters with a user adjustable folding stock, free-float handguard, and the potential to change barrel lengths and calibers within minutes.

This patent-pending system addresses the long range and medium range needs of the modern battlefield in one package designed to meet multiple emerging US armed forces requirements. The MSR is mission-adaptable with just a change of the bolt face, barrel, and magazine, and features lightweight, efficient design and optimal material selection for performance and corrosion resistance – this system truly never has to leave the battlefield.


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