M24 Sniper Weapon System (M24 SWS) is the Military version of the M700 Sniper Rifle, which the name M24 was assigned by the US Army after adoption as their standard sniper rifle in 1988. M24 also refer to as a “weapon system” because it consists of not only a sniper rifle but also a detachable telescopic sights and other accessories. M24 has 3 variants as below:
1. XM24A1, experimental model which re-chambered for the .300 Winchester Magnum (7.62x67mm) round. It was not adopted by the US Army because soldiers in the field would not be able to acquire the special ammo.
2. M24A2, improved version of the standard M24 Rifle. It comes with a detachable 10-round magazine, the new MARS (Modular Accessory Rail System), modified barrel for adding a silencer and new stock with adjustable cheek Rest. Standard M24 can be converted into M24A2 which only replace the stock, add the new detachable magazine feed and barrel re-building.
3. M24A3, developed model which chamber .338 Lapua Magnum round (8.58x70mm) and feed from a 5-round detachable magazine.
Tercel M24 is the replica using Maruzen APS-2 system.
Metal one piece Outer barrel with SOCOM type body frame with adjustable rear buttstock plate.
Bipod adapter is installed.
Comes with 20mm rail mount for aiming accessories like red dot sight or rifle scope.
Adjustable hop up system (Maruzen APS-2 type).
Safety lever will be work after loading.
Included 25 round APS-2 type magazine.
Length: 1100mm, 1160mm (Stock Extended)
Barrel Length: ~490mm
Shooting Mode: Safety, Semi-auto.
System: Air-cocking bolt action Maruzen APS-2 system)
Weight (g): 2880 (gun with magazine), 3610 (with box)
Magazine Capacity: 25 + 1 rounds
Material: Metal & Plastic
Bullet type: 6mm BB