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The KAC SR25 is a 7.62mm semi-auto SWS, featuring a sub MOA accuracy and 800 meters effective range. Due to its semi-auto fire power it is an excellent Designated Marksman weapon and ideal for applications which require accurate rapid fire, such as urban warfare. The SR25 typically features 24" or 20” barrels.

Right - SR25 Match Rifle, left - SR25 Lightweight Match Rifle.

In the late 1990's the SR25 was submitted to the U.S. Navy SEALs for testing. The SEALs requested modifications in the original design, and after the changes were implemented, the weapon system and its accompanied accessories were adopted and re-designated as the MK11 Mod 0.

MK11 Mod 0 with its hard storing case and accessories.

The MK11 Mod 0 is based on the SR25 20” rifle. It features a free floating RAS handguards, a quick detach sound suppressor and a flip-up sight. The suppressor is partially mounted over the barrel much like an integral suppressor, reducing the overall length.

Sporadic SR25 24" barrel samples entered service with the IDF SF community in the late 1990's. In 2001 the MK 11 Mod 0 variant was officially adopted by the IDF SF as its standard issue semi-auto SWS, replacing various semi-auto sniping platforms in service at the time such as the Galil Sniper Rifle and the Sirkis M36 as well as bolt-action systems like the Mauser 86SR. The weapon therefore played a key role in bringing long-due standardization to the IDF SF sniping platforms.

An IDF SR25 fitted with sound suppressor seen at a IDF demonstration.


An IDF SF camouflaged painted SR25.

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