For a long time we have wanted to make a comparison of these two rifles: DSR-1 in 338 Lapua and our DXL-3. And then there’s the eve of Victory Day, we received a call from Russia Today guys who asked whether we plan something interesting to this date.
In fact, I know that rifle very well and it is really bad (in a good sense). After Erma SR-100, with what we’ve made many beautiful groups at 1300, 1500 and 1600 meters in the late ’90s and early 2000s, DSR was probably the only worthy replacement in the market. In any case, AMP guys were the only ones except Erma who dared to put 740mm barrel on their guns. Other manufacturers prudently satisfied with the length of 680 mm, knowing about accuracy problems with increasing barrel length.