The XM2010, which later became the M2010 as the US Army adopted it into service in 2011 was designed and developed specifically for the sustained harsh environment of the modern battlefield using state-of-the-art technology, manufacturing processes, and corrosion resistant materials. As an upgrade to the combat proven M24 Sniper Weapon System, the XM2010 is chambered in 300 Win Mag for extended effective range using the M24 700 action, and has proven out-of-the-box 1 MOA accuracy. The XM2010 features the new Remington Arms Chassis System (RACS) with a folding stock that allows for adjustment of the length of pull and cheek height and captures the bolt handle when folded. This allows the operator to configure his weapon to his personal physical requirements and transport the system more easily. Additional chassis features include a monolithic rail with removable rail pieces and cable routing guides that maximize rail insert space, co-align electroptics, and manage electric cables. Finally, the XM2010 features such end user driven enhancements as a 5-round detachable box magazine that allows the operator to quickly reload the weapon, a Leupold long range variable powered optic, and the Advanced Armament Corp TiTan quick detach sound suppressor. The XM2010 was produced from 2011 to 2014 and very few full deployment cases are available today. The original price on the Remington Defense XM2010, when first introduced to the commercial market, was just under $18,000 in 2012.
Built to sustain today's harsh battlefield environments, the Remington XM2010 has 1 MOA accuracy, a folding stock, monolithic rail, 5-round detachable box magazine, and a Leupold Mark 4 6.5-20x50 ER/T scope.
The Remington XM2010 kit includes everything needed to readily deploy a .300 Winchester Magnum precision rifle to the field or to the range. Utilizing the Remington Arms Chassis System (RACS), this kit starts with a rifle with mounted Leupold Mark 4 6.5-20x50 scope, and goes much further.
Built off of the proven Remington M24 700 action, this rifle has proven out-of-the-box 1 MOA accuracy and has a configurable chassis which allows for changes in add-ons, length of pull, and cheek height. Stated range of this platform is 1200 meters.
We have one and only one XM2010 / M2010 full sniper rifle deployment kit. This kit has seen some shelf life as a store demo. The rifle has been test fired, but not used. There is a small blemish on the bottom from a previous tripod installation. This rifle includes the full kit as described below. The rifle has been fully tested, and the parts inventoried, and some replacement parts were procured to bring this setup to the shape it would have been when issued to the US Army from 2011 to 2014. The deployment kit is being sold as a full kit, with the option to add the suppressor, as not everyone lives in a suppressor friendly state. The scope goes with the rifle, and the rifle with the kit, etc. I know a number of collectors have asked us if we would sell the rifle only, or the RACS chassis, but we only have one full sniper rifle deployment kit, so that cannot work.
Our M2010 Deployment Kit includes:
The US Army's long history of sniping can arguably be traced back to before this nation's founding. With their long Kentucky rifles, the Revolutionaries were capable of more precise fire than their Redcoat adversaries using Brown Bess muskets. American riflemen would use a host of weapons for sniping and designated marksmen duties throughout the many conflicts in which they had been deployed. During the World Wars, the M1903 Springfield .30-06 rifle was modified, and later purpose built, using available target optics from the civilian world. By the 1950s in Korea, the .30-06 M1-D Garand started the use of semi-automatic sniper rifles by the United States. Starting in 1968 during the Vietnam War, US Army snipers began fielding what was known at the time as the XM21 in 7.62 NATO. 1975 saw this marksman variant of the M14 officially type classified as the M21. In 1988, these rifles were being pulled from service, though many would be brought out for later issue in Iraq and Afghanistan. In a departure from a long tradition of retooling existing inventory, the replacement was manufactured by Remington and titled the M24 Sniper Weapon System. Also chambered in 7.62 NATO, the M24 had a unique design feature. Though chambered for a short action cartridge, they were built with long action receivers. This foresight allowed them to be rechambered at a later date should a new caliber be chosen.
While things such as the M110 SASS were proving effective at their assigned tasks, in 2010 as the Global War on Terror continued into the mountainous regions of Afghanistan, the Army decided it was time to extend the range capabilities of sniper teams. This was called the XM2010 Program, later type classifying the rifle as the M2010. By rebuilding existing 7.62 NATO rifles into .300 Winchester Magnums, they extended the effective range of the weapon system from 800 meters to 1,200 meters, a 50% increase. This project was handled by Remington and provided rifles with better accuracy than the Barrett M82 or M107 .50 caliber at 1,000 meters. Newer ammunition would later increase the effective range yet again, bringing it to an astonishing 1,370 meters. More than just a simple rebarrel, this upgrade also included enhanced capabilities with improved components not available when the original M24 was developed. The stock was replaced with an adjustable chassis, providing better customization to individual shooters. The chassis is also a very rigid platform, giving a solid base for things such as bipods and clip-on thermal optics. No longer would the sniper have to load rounds one at a time, the new system fed from 5-Round Accuracy International pattern magazines. The rifles would retain a 24" barrel, this time with 5R rifling and threaded with an Advanced Armament Corp. muzzle brake. The addition of the brake would help with the increased recoil and allow mounting of the new issued silencer, the AAC TiTan-QD. New optics were purchased for these units, the Leupold Mark 4 6.5–20×50mm ER/T M5A2. In total, 2,558 M2010 rifles were manufactured. The M2010 was initially deployed in 2011 and continued to serve as the Army's preferred sniper rifle. The new multi-caliber replacement, the Barrett Mk22 MRAD selected in 2021, is being procured to replace the M2010 and other sniper rifles.
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