Chambered in .223 Rem./5.56 NATO, the Snake SBR was created by Armos Gulan from Israel. The reason for such an extreme design lies in the challenge that the Israeli tactical team had face while encountered in their missions.
That is the “window of opportunity” to lay down more lead towards a target within that milisecond. For instances some scenario such as spotting a target crossing a path or goes through a window.
So how do you deliver the maximum amount of fire power at that instances? Use the “Snake”, this was the main reason for its creation.
Theres also the thought of “having two is better than one”. Don’t we have a double barrel shotgun?
U.S. military do not employ this AR system, but its available to the public.
This AR has dual 16-inch barrel with twin trigger, which keeps ATF away and is legal for civilian.
This AR incorporates two bolt carriers and dual 9.5-inch barrels with 1:7 twist.
It fires from a proprietary piston-driven system and feeds from standard AR-15 magazines.
Ambidextrous manipulation of the safety selector, magazine release and charging handle is possible from either side of the receiver.
Zeroing the Snake
If you have one of these and want to zero in the AR, heres the video that explains it.
Its quite the task, you have to zero both barrels independently then zero them relative to one another.
Finally, you zero both of them together. Just watch the video.
Sources: Liam Brien Gilboa, Guns & Ammo Youtube