With the changes made to the SRS-A1 and the release of the SRS-A2, we are very happy with the way the it has been performing. Today, we gathered up several SRS reviews to take a look at.

Desert Tech SRS

Here is what DoomsdayBrothers had to say.

– DoomsdayBrothers

“Its perfection and precision to another level. Not only that, its modern and modular in many ways few rifles can compete.”

“When push comes to shove, there is no denying that Desert Tech shattered boundaries with the release of the SRS. They’re outside the box thinkers who continue to innovate.”

Check out the their full review here.

Here is a comment from one of our satisfied customers that you might find helpful.

“The accuracy is great if you tune your ammo properly. A small chamber allows good flexibility with seating depth of the projectile.
Bergers seated touching the lands still fit in the magazine for each of my calibers. The bull-pup bolt throw isn’t an issue now that Im used to it. Just takes time on the rifle.

6 round mag no problem prone. 10 round mag not good for that though. But in reality how often do you get to shoot more than 6+1 rounds from the prone position anyway? If hunting most game would have scooted off after that many shots.

One of the things I like best is having the same scope, trigger, cheek weld and controls for three different calibers. It’s effectively shooting three identical rifles when you get behind it regardless of the caliber.”

The Military Arms Channel says that the SRS gives him everything he wants in a long range rifle including multiple calibers and extreme accuracy

– Military Arms Channel

“I was so impressed with the rifle that I decided to get one for myself.”

“Whats really cool about this rifle is the fact that even though it has a 26 inch barrel, it’s the same length as a conventional bolt action like a Remington 700 or a Savage model 10 with an 18 inch barrel.”

“So I have the advantage of a full 26 inch barrel with the length of what would be considered a short setup on a conventional rifle.”

Check out their full review here.

Guns America Digest said the most notable thing is that the SRS-A2 has dropped in weight by 2.1 pounds and is 36% more accurate, compared to the SRS-A1.

Check out the full article here.


If you’re interested in trying the SRS out for yourself, you can check it out on our website here – Desert Tech SRS-A2

We appreciate the reviews, and our team here at Desert Tech is always trying to be the best every day.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.