History of M110 SASS

The Classic Choice of SEMI Round Shooting

After the September 11 attacks, through the U.S. Forces in a series of War on Terror in the Middle East and Central Asia from the end of 2001, in this war, where engagement distances can easily make 5.56mm bullets ineffective. and same the urban fights are ongoing. they found snipers matter in either close-quarters urban fights or open area.
So does penetrating power. Accurate ranged lethality is equally important for every squad. Bolt-action sniper rifles solve these problems but can get your best people killed in close-up automatic firefights. and semi-automatic weapons have offered the only reasonable approach that covers both extremes.
Given the twin importance of stopping power and snipers, soldiers asked for an accurate 7.62 mm NATO caliber marksman’s weapon, that could also be used in a close urban fight. The American requirement for a new semi-automatic sniper system(SASS) was released at the end of 2004, In the end, the SASS contract was awarded in late September 2005 to Knight’s Armament Company of Titusville, FL, who submitted a modified version of the SR-25 rifle and adopted by the U.S. military following the 2005 US Army Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle (XM110 SASR) competition. It is the M110.
The M110 SASS was a highly-modified Armalite AR-10 offshoot but feature additional refinements instituted by KAC to maximize parts commonality with the AR-15 design, improve weapon reliability, and increase accuracy. with improved tactical functionality and logistical capabilities refined.
The muzzle of 20" barrel was capped by a slotted flash suppressor while support for an optional sound suppressor was noted. It dissipates the tell-tale blast, and eliminates the blatantly obvious cloud of dust that would otherwise rise off the ground in locations like Iraq and Afghanistan. The receiver, hand guard and heat shield all featured lengths of MIL-STD-1913 rail which allowed for use of various accessories to suite operator needs.
The weapon offers a higher rate of fire with semi-auto action, and 10 or 20-round magazines. featured a well-angled ergonomic pistol grip with the magazine well in its usual place ahead of the trigger group, has new ambidextrous features such as a double-sided magazine release, safety selector lever, and bolt catch.
The fixed stock was plastic to reduce weight and integrated to the receiver which housed the required internals. And the buttplate is adjustable for length of pull to match user preferences. Adjustment can be made without tools via a notched hand-tightened knob on the right-hand side of the stock, also features integral quick-detachable sling swivel sockets located on each side of the stock near the rear of the lower receiver.
The M110 SASS underwent final operational testing in May and June 2007 at Fort Drum, New York by a mix of Special Forces troops and Sniper trained soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division.
In April 2007, U.S. Army soldiers from Task Force Fury in Afghanistan were the first in a combat zone to receive the M110. The troops rated the weapon very highly, noting the quality of the weapon and its semi-automatic capabilities compared to the bolt-action M24. And the M110 was used operationally by the storied 82nd Airborne Division in Afghanistan. The 7.62x51mm NATO cartridge gave excellent penetrative capabilities at ranges beyond that of the standard 5.56mm assault rifles found in the US Army and the repeat-fire, semi-automatic function allowed for quick-reaction/quick-strike abilities not found with the M24 SWS. The United States Marine Corps will also be adopting the M110 to replace some M39 EMR and all Mk 11 as a complement to the M40A5.

No Compromise?

  • Full License Authorized Marking

  • VFC M110 SASS is built under authorized by Knight's Armament Company, also have full replica USGI M110 SASS Marking Pattern. Make VFC M110 looks more realistic and qualify.
  • According To M110 SASS

  • Realistic configuration with SASS program from US ARMY, the receiver with ambidextrous features assemble with 20" heavy barrel, and KAC URX II rail system with integrally Flip-Up front sight , KAC type 600m Flip-Up rear sight, rebuild of multifunction fixed A1 stock and fully authorized markings and NSN prefix, with all appearance realistic structure detail.
  • Exactly The Same Model

  • The VFC M110 is completely realistic in process and material. Not only realistic rebuilt of SASS program upgrade accessories and parts, but also full steel action part include flash suppressor, screw, pin, release button, and sling plate. With the full CNC process aluminum KAC URX handguard with deep engraving in same FDE coated.
  • More Fire-Power

  • The VFC M110 is upgraded for the fire control system. including the Steel Firing Controls and Anti-damage for Hammer to enhance durability, and the bolt is also added Steel Anti-impact Bolt Carrier Reinforcing Block and High Ductility Plastic Nozzle Set to increase durability and firepower.

Expectations of Future

VFC KAC 7.62 GBBR Series

Since the appearance of the SR-25 and Mk11 Mod0 series and the M110, the 7.62mm semi-automatic long-range rifle which KAC build and used by the US military in the past 30 years has been completed with VFC GBBR products. At the same time, the US military has also begun the next generation 7.62mm rifle program. Together we look forward to the next generation of new sniper rifles of VFC!



Item No: VF2-LM110-TN01
Over All Inner Barrel Weight Bullet MAG. Capacity Muzzle Speed Material
1034 mm 485 mm 3405 g 6mm BB 20 Rounds 110 m/sec Plastic, Metal Alloy
* Caution: Muzzle speed varies for different country regulations.
* Caution: The picture display is only for the reference, Does not include straps, silencers, optic scope , Bipod and red-dot sights.



M110 QD Suppressor
Duty Bipod
KAC Type Bipod Mount
MK11/SR25 20rd Gas Magazine (Grey)
CNC Knight Type One piece Dual Ring Scope Mount Tan Version
Handguard Panel 11 Ribs(Tan)
VFC M110 Handguard Wrench
VF9-TOOL-M110- ST01