The M107 is a semi-automatic, air-cooled, box magazine-fed rifle chambered for .50 caliber ammunition.
The basic M107 rifle is equipped with bipod, muzzle brake, carrying handle, and 10-round removable magazine. The M107 will replace existing non-standard, M82A1, caliber .50 rifles in Explosive Ordnance Detachments as detonation tools. Unless there is something wrong with the telescope, it will not be removed for normal field stripping. The front and rear iron sights are primarily to be used for emergency back-up when the optical sights are not available. Aiming is accomplished by aligning the target with the aperture of the rear sight and the post of the front sight. The rear sight aperture is raised and lowered to the desired elevation position using the elevation knob.
Prior to Type Classification, permission to procure the M107 Sniper Rifle was based on Urgent Materiel Release approval for overseas operations.
The cycle of operation for the M107 Rifle is broken down into eight basic steps (more than one step may occur at the same time).


Chambering: The bolt forces the round fully into the firing chamber, and the extractor snaps over the case rim. Blockages (dirt or debris) can prevent full chambering, as can dirty, bent, dented, or otherwise faulty ammunition.
Unlocking: When the cartridge is fired, gas pressure exerts a thrust on the bolt face via the case head. The other end of the cocking lever protrudes into the bolt carrier and into the firing pin extension. WARNING: The bolt does NOT automatically remain to the rear when the rifle or magazine is empty.
Use of unauthorized ammunition in the M107 Sniper Rifle can cause personal injury or damage to rifle. The .50 caliber saboted light armor penetrator (SLAP) round is specifically prohibited from being fired in the M107.
With the M107 rifle, there is some danger in standing to the side of the muzzle due to blow-by of hot, expanding gasses from the muzzle brake. The rifle will fire one round for each squeeze of the trigger until the magazine and chamber are empty.


Remember that the bolt does NOT automatically remain to the rear when the rifle or magazine is empty. The rear and front iron sights are primarily to be used for emergency back-up when the optical sights are not available. To the best of my knowledge all military data and images presented in these pages are UNCLASSIFIED, NON-SENSITIVE, and approved for public release. The firing pin extension, under spring power, forces the firing pin forward to strike the primer of the cartridge.
Anything less may result in injury, discomfort, or failure of the action to cycle correctly.



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