The Desert Tech Hard Target Interdiction (HTI) is a bullpup bolt-action sniper and anti-materiel rifle designed and manufactured in West Valley City, Utah, United States by Desert Tech (formerly Desert Tactical Arms). The design of the HTI is largely based on the SRS-A1, scaled up to handle larger cartridges. The perfectly-balanced bullpup configuration of the HTI makes it 11 inches shorter and 11 pounds lighter than the M107 currently in use by the US Army.
Barrels on the HTI can be changed within 60 seconds, allowing the chambering to be easily changed or worn out barrels to be quickly replaced. The chamberings currently available from Desert Tech are .375 Cheyenne Tactical (CheyTac), .408 CheyTac, .416 Barrett and .50 BMG. The bullpup design means the action is behind the trigger. The HTI offers four powerful calibers to suit specific mission requirements. As with all bullpups, this allows for a shorter overall length, without having to reduce barrel length.
The Desert Tech Hard Target Interdiction (HTI) was designed and built at specific military customer request to provide extreme long range accuracy with irrevocable penetration. Easily convertible between multiple big-bore calibers, the HTI is accurate to 2000+ yards with any of its chamberings. Whether stopping light-skinned vehicles or extending personal-best distance records, the HTI provides extreme distance capabilities in the most compact, accurate and convertible package on world.