The Blaser R 93 LRS 2 is the latest, most accomplished rendering of the R 93 Target Rifle for professional shooters. Each element is driven to supreme stability and reliability. High end accuracy even with standard ammunition was one of the principles during development.
The highly stable synthetic stock and the special receiver design based on one strong aluminium block holding the main parts are the essential modules of a truly rugged rifle.

Locking system

The Blaser radial locking action R 93 made the shooters dream a reality. The straight, steady repetition without rotational movements of the bolt seemed to be the one missing element of success. The bolt rotation that used to be standard before 1993 had often cost that vital fraction in precision.
When the R 93 bolt is locked it centers, automatically. Repeating is extremely fast. The shooter is staying firmly in his aiming position. The entire operating is simple and smooth.


Saddlemount and scope are optional extras.

1 Barrel and scope mount

The barrel is easily exchangeable. It is fluted in order to guarantee optimum shooting characteristics. The barrel is equipped with special mounting notches to accept the Blaser saddle scope mount. It allows any scope to be mounted precisely and very low.

2 Receiver block

The receiver block is bedding the barrel and holding the trigger assembly, the bolt assembly and the magazine. It is shaped out of one block of extremely tough aluminium alloy. This receiver is fundamental to the high durability of the LRS 2. Thermally related tensions are impossible.

3 The synthetic stock

The one-piece synthetic stock is absolutely stable in its dimensions even in extreme temperatures. Butt plate and cheekpiece are adjustable in length and height.

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LRS 2 with optional extras.