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Desert Tech is a rifle manufacturer founded in 2007 as Desert Tactical Arms and later re-branded as Desert Tech in 2013. They are located in West Valley City, Utah. The company is financed and owned by members of the Kingston family, the founders of the Latter Day Church of Christ, a fundamentalist denomination of the Latter Day Saint Movement. Its CEO, Nick Young, is the nephew of Paul Elden Kingston. As of May 2018 all of their firearms are rifles with a bullpup design. Desert Tech's motto is "Tomorrow's Weapons". They make three different styles of rifle, the SRS, HTI, and MDRx. Desert Tech's claim to fame is that all of their chassis are multi caliber and easily changeable from one caliber to another.
In July 2019, federal prosecutors gave notice that they intend to seize a building Desert Tech is renting for some of their operations. However, Desert Tech is not the owner of the building, and no official attempt has ever materialized.Donald Trump Jr was shown in a promotion for Desert Tech on July 24, 2020 with the company's founder, Nicholas Young, and firing the company's sniper rifles. A marketing video on YouTube also includes an image of Trump Jr.
Not sure what happened to the first add but I’m reposting, I have a Desert tactical arms (before they became Desert tech) SRS. 26” barrel, 338 lapua Magnum, 1 magazine, atlas bipod, Nikon fx1000 FFP in Mrad, Seekins Precision scope mount. 100 rounds included, only 20 shot so far. You do have the...
Desert tactical arms (before they became Desert tech) SRS. 26” barrel, 338 lapua Magnum, 1 magazine, atlas bipod, Nikon fx1000 FFP in Mrad, Seekins Precision scope mount. 100 rounds included, only 20 shot so far. You do have the capability of switching calibers if you buy the conversion kit...