LaRue Tactical OSR (Optimized Sniper Rifle)

Steve Johnson
by Steve Johnson
LaRue OSR 7.62mm

The LaRue Tactical OSR has been a long time coming but LaRue are nearing shipping the rifles that are currently on order.

The OSR is an AR-10 type rifle styled after the Knight’s Armament SR-25 and M110. It is built from high quality components and shoots sub-MOA groups at 100 yards. THe price reflects this, and it starts at $2,485.

Specifications
Caliber7.62x51mm NATO
Rifle Weight9.7 lbs (unloaded / no optics) 14.0 lbs (fully-loaded as seen above)
RecieversUpper and lower CNC machined from 7075-T6 billet
Length37.5“ (with A2 stock)
Barrel16.1″ (18″ & 20″ also available) LW50 Stainless
Barrel Twist1/11.25 twist
Barrel Life10,000
Max Effective Range800 meters
MagazineStandard 10 or 20 round M110 magazines
AccuracyAverage size of a 5-shot group less than 1 MOA
Price$2,485 (base model)
Shooting at a 100 yard range. Keep watching to see the night shooting.
From the above video. I love how the the SureFire suppressor heats up on night vision! I guess suppressors are not a good choice in night time combat operations.
Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson

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  • Lance Lance on Sep 29, 2009

    Still take a M-21 over that AR-10!

  • 911TurboTwin 911TurboTwin on Dec 13, 2009

    A DI rifle that's very well built but lacks any innovation other then its monolithic top rail? POF has been offering that for years.

    LT (Mark LaRue) continues to play off his (still) good name in the arms biz because he gives customers little 'presents' when they order mounts/optics/mags from his web-site.

    This particular weapon is a close second to an FNAR...but costs, at least, $1000 more! ???

    Buy the FN and shoot it a lot, you'll need that $1000 for ammo!

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