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MDM – Alexander Arms – Semi Auto .338 Lapua Magnum

The Ulfberft (Viking Sword) is a newish semi auto DMR in .338 Lapua from Alexander Arms.


It’s been in production for about 8 months. Weighing in at 19.8 lbs, the semi-auto operating system mitigates recoil meaning it will reliably engage targets out to 2000 m.


When you disassemble the weapon you can see how few parts there actually are and it definitely gives me a crew served machine gun vibe.

Make sure you check it out on the Alexander Arms website for more info.



6 Responses to “MDM – Alexander Arms – Semi Auto .338 Lapua Magnum”

  1. JoshZ says:

    That’s a sexy beast right there.

  2. Zach says:

    That thing makes me hard

  3. bulldog76 says:

    dont these guys also make a 30.06 AR *gets a hard on*

  4. Bob says:

    What’s the accuracy like on it?

    Sub MOA? Sub 3/4 MOA?

    If it’s not in that neighborhood, I don’t see much sense in having it in .338

  5. Dan says:

    This rifle doesn’t have the right to call itself an ULFBERHT. The +ULfBERH+T was the best sword of it’s time this rifle isn’t doing anything revolutionary. This rifle has some of the problems of the original bar M1918 which weighed 21.5lbs loaded. Good luck maneuvering that rifle in an urban environment or carrying it any long distance. Compared to the Ohio Ordnance’s new HCAR 30-06(12lbs) at $4,700 why spend $6,850.00 for a slightly bigger caliber, and a much heavier gun. Also at 41.25″ long with stock folded it is quite a long rifle. If you definitely want a 338 lapua the noreen bad news is another option that also weighs around 13lbs. and cost around $4,500