Josh wrote …

My Barrett M107A1 out in the woods from a shooting/camping trip last summer. A friend took the picture of my gun for me just chilling out, and I thought it was absolutely beautiful.

It is a great photo and I agree with the sentiment, never go camping without a .50 caliber M107A1.


  • TheSmellofNapalm

    Not tactical enough, add some rail panels to the suppressor

  • Lt. Dan

    Is that really a red dot on the side?

    • anon

      >not clearing houses with a semi auto .50BMG

      Bro, do you even operate?

    • Reader

      I mean, if you can afford an M107, Nightforce optics, and a suppressor, why not throw a red dot on the side?

      • Giolli Joker

        Apparently it’s a configuration considered (offered?) by Barrett Firearms themselves, you can see it in the header of the page dedicated to the BORS… that seems to be there in the photo as well (include 1.4k$ to the price list).

        Nice photo and plenty of envy from my side. 🙂

  • Yellow Devil

    Damn, what camping site did he go to? The one on Isla Nublar?

  • David

    No bayonet? The red dot tells me you expect close encounters, remember the six P’s!

  • a different anon

    How did I not notice that red dot on it last year? I popped my NFA cherry with that suppressor, can’t wait to shoot it again.

  • Lance

    just remember to give your audience here a free M-107.

  • USMC03Vet

    I have a feeling that setup cost more than my car.
    Baller status.

  • Rooftop Voter

    No stinkin squirrels in my campsite! No pesky camping neighbors either.

    I like my 82 over the 107; handled many in class but I favor the 82. If money was no concern, I would have one of each in the Barrett line but alas, I only have the 82 now. (Insert sobbing, wailing and gnashing of teeth of Biblical proportions here).

    • Ripley

      If money was no concern I’d get an AS50.