Barrett® announces the return of the REC7® DI Rifle

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MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE — Barrett Firearms Manufacturing Inc., the leader in long range, is pleased to announce the return of the REC7 DI rifle. First introduced in 2016, this iconic firearm returns to the market in Summer 2024 following a temporary production hold due to the MK 22 contract.

Known for its reliability and precision, the Barrett REC7 is designed specifically for situations in which there’s no room for error and features a mid-length gas system for reliability with or without a suppressor. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, its upper and lower receivers are machined from 7075-T6 aluminum, while all aluminum components are coated in Type 3 hardcoat anodizing.

Featuring a cold hammer-forged chrome-lined barrel, Magpul® furniture, ALG QMS trigger, and extended slimline Barrett handguard with M-LOK® accessory mounting slots, no detail has been overlooked in the pursuit of excellence.

Bryan James, President of Barrett, expressed his excitement regarding the return of the REC7 DI, stating, “We are thrilled to be able to offer the REC7 DI once again to our customers. This rifle embodies the legacy of quality and reliability that the Barrett name represents. We are confident that shooters will once again appreciate the exceptional performance and craftsmanship of the REC7 DI.”

Available in 5.56 x 45 NATO, every REC7 DI is hand-built one at a time, inspected, and tested to ensure it delivers the performance you expect from the Barrett name.  

For more information please visit http://barrett.net/rec7di.

About Barrett

Barrett is the world leader in long-range, large-caliber, precision rifle design and manufacturing. Barrett products are used by civilians, sport shooters, law enforcement agencies, the United States military and more than 80 US Department of State approved countries around the world. The Barrett Quality Management System (QMS) has received the prestigious ISO 9001:2015 certification for the design and manufacture of firearms, ammunition, and accessories, and to provide training for those systems.



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