The Beretta/SAKO TRG M10 has been selected for the Canadian Multi-Calibre Sniper Weapon (MCSW) program and will replace the current .338 Lapua Magnum C14 rifle.
The SAKO TRG M10 – bolt action, manually operated, magazine-fed, shoulder-fired sniper weapon – is available in various configurations. The SAKO TRG M10 currently offers an option of three different calibers (.308 Win, .300 Win Mag and .338 Lapua Mag) and all these in multiple barrel lengths. Each of the calibers feature a high-capacity magazine. There are also two standard color options to choose from: Black and Coyote Brown.
The modular and configurable design and construction of the SAKO TRG M10 allows the operator or armorer to quickly change configuration, barrel or caliber – or all of them – enabling the operator to tailor the weapon into mission specific configurations.
The SAKO TRG M10 includes a fully adjustable stock that folds to the side of the rifle. Stock adjustments can be made quickly and without the use of tools. The desired adjustments may be locked down with the small tools included in the rifle. The adjustable rear monopod is available as an optional accessory.
Fore-ends are available in two different lengths, short or long, allowing weight and balance optimization with different barrel lengths. Both fore-end options are available in the two colors. Fore-end can be added with MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rails on all four sides to match the operational requirement and chosen accessories. The rails come in different lengths and the 12:00 rail in various cants.
There is no need for conventional workshop tools as all necessary tools for the configuration, barrel or caliber change are included in the rifle, the bolt handle being the primary back-up tool. Other small tools are stowed in the lower receiver.