Senapan Penembak Runduk 2 / SPR-2
2000's - present
Indonesia - PT Pindad
- UNIT COST
Limited production costs
Large and heavy
The SPR-2 is a modern anti-materiel rifle of Indonesian origin. It was developed as a low cost alternative to the various Western anti-materiel rifles. The SPR-2 has been heavily inspired by the Serbian M93 Black Eagle and the overall looks are similar.
The SPR-2 is based around the receiver which houses the bolt action mechanism and detachable magazine. An adjustable skeleton buttstock with monopod, a carrying handle and bipod are fitted. The free float barrel is fluted and features a large muzzle brake. An optical sight is fitted and back up iron sights are not present.
The SPR-2 fires the 12.7x99mm NATO round out to ranges of about 1.5 km. The detachable magazine holds five rounds. Accuracy is believed to be good but not on par with Western rifles.
The SPR-2 is used by various Indonesian special forces and law enforcement units. It might be available for export.
The SPR-2 is a modern anti-materiel rifle. It is produced only in a single version. The SPR-2 can be distinguished from the Serbian M93 by the lack of a forearm, a single strut shoulder stock and larger muzzle brake.
|Magazine||5 round detachable magazine|
|Rate of fire||Bolt action|
|Rifling||8 grooves, 381 mm right hand twist|
|Muzzle velocity||850 m/s|
|Sights||Optical sight, no backup iron sights|