Barrett M107 Sniper Rifle 527 Pieces
The Barrett M107, is a recoil-operated, semi-automatic anti-materiel rifle developed by the American Barrett Firearms Manufacturing company. It is used by many units and armies around the world. Despite its designation as an anti-materiel rifle, it is used by some armed forces as an anti-personnel rifle.
- 527 Pieces
- Detailed replica of the original M-107
- If you are a fan of Lego and you are also a gun lover you cannot miss this!
FLAT RATE SHIPPING
- United States: $7.99 (3-5 business days)
- Canada: $14.99 (7 to 15 business days)
International: Shipping rate calculated at checkout. Free shipping above $179.99
INCLUDES INSTRUCTIONS AND ALL PARTS. There will be no missing parts. In the extremely unlikely case that some parts are missing, we will refund your order and you can keep the item. Usually there are 10-20 spare parts included as a gift!
PACKAGING - Unless the option "With Original Box" is available, we are shipping all items without their original box in order to save on costs and fees. All our packages are carefully sealed in a plastic foil bag or a cardboard box. To check the packaging beforehand, please watch our Unboxing Video Blog
REFUND POLICY: After you receive your order, you have 30 days to return the product and get a full refund. Just send us an email and we will send you a prepaid USPS label.
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Broad selection of products and fast delivery. Awesome product. Will buy again!
I cannot find anything negative to say about this store. The product was exactly as described and shown and delivery was made in a timely manner.
I loved it the only problem I had was a bit of a delay but that was because of covid-19. It was really fun to build.
Reliable service and a varied selection of products and reasonable delivery costs.
My son really enjoyed building it and I will probably purchase another type of gun to build. However, he did get extremely frustrated because it tipped over several times breaking apart. Even fully assembled it tips over very easily. Inserting the barrel caused a lot of problems. It was difficult to apply the pressure needed to insert it without other parts falling off. Once it was in it made the whole gun fall forward and break, He actually had to shorten the barrel it to keep the whole gun from falling forward and breaking.
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