|Country Of Origin||United Kingdom|
|In Service||1997 - Present|
|Used By||Germany Poland UK|
|Wars|| Iraq War |
|Cartridge||.338 Lapua Magnum|
In use with the Royal Marines, RAF Regiment and of course, the Army. Other countries, such as Poland, Russia, Germany and the South Korean's use them, mainly as the sniper rifle of choice in their Special Forces units.
As of 2nd May 2010, media reports of a Household Cavalry Corporal setting a new world-record for the longest distance of a kill. Hitting two Taliban insurgents and disabling their weapon at 2,475m would beat the previous record set by a Canadian sniper in 2002.