Intervention 1 Mile Demo Day

This video is about CheyTac demonstrating the Intervention’s ability to shoot a man-shaped target 1 mile across a pond. Firearms used: the .408 M200 Intervention and the .375 M300 Intervention.

CheyTac M200 Intervention on the Discovery Channel

The legendary M200 Intervention reviewed and tested by Richard Machowicz.  View part 2 at

CheyTac .408 vs Steel Tractor Engine (450m)

CheyTac recently visited with the Mexican Army out in California to demonstrate why CheyTac is the best of the best. Our .408 ammunition was able to shoot into a steel engine block no problem due to our precision technology. Click on the photo to see the full video and experience what CheyTac has to offer.

Shooter – The Movie – Starring Mark Wahlberg

Throughout the film Swagger uses an array of sniper weapons, among which are the CheyTac USA LLC M200 Intervention® in .408 CheyTac.  View the Wikipedia page on the movie.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare 2 – The Video Game

The CheyTac USA LLC M200 Intervention® in .408 CheyTac is one of the more powerful bolt action sniper rifles available for use in the game.  Information on the Intervention – in game on

Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengence – The Movie

The CheyTac USA LLC M200 Intervention® in .408 CheyTac is found in an armory and used by Nadya to take out guards.  Read more about the movie on IMDb

.408 Cheyenne Tactical

The .408 Cheyenne Tactical is a specialized rimless, bottle-necked, center fire cartridge for military long-range sniper rifles that was developed by Dr. John D. Taylor and machinist William O. Wordman. The round was designed with a possible military need for a cartridge for anti-personnel, anti-sniper and anti-materiel roles with a precision range of 2,200 yards. It is offered as a competitor to the most common military NATO long-range service cartridges such as .338 Lapua Magnum and the .50 BMG.

Joint Statement of CheyTac USA, LLC and Dennis Omanoff

Dennis Omanoff was an owner and board member of CheyTac USA, LLC and a diligent chief executive officer of the company. While at CheyTac, Mr. Omanoff was responsible for significant company advancement, formation of a strategic direction, and acquiring critical physical and intellectual property assets that set CheyTac up for a successful future. Performance of the company during Omanoff’s tenure set a benchmark by which to measure its subsequent success.

In 2016, of his own accord, Mr. Omanoff chose to sell his interest in CheyTac to investors. Mr. Omanoff remains a strong advocate of CheyTac’s vision and core values, together with its mission to give our fighters a ballistic advantage in their efforts to combat terrorism and other threats around the world. Mr. Omanoff remains a member of its legacy.

Today, Mr. Omanoff retains various patents that are owned by him separately, including for armor piercing ammunition and sighting systems. CheyTac wishes Mr. Omanoff great success in his future endeavors.