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|Place of origin||Turkey|
|Used by||See Users|
|Produced||2008–Present (as MKEK JNG-90)|
|Muzzle velocity||860 m/s|
|Effective firing range||1200 m|
|Feed system||10-round magazine|
|Sights||day or night optics|
MKEK JNG-90 is a bolt-action sniper rifle that fires the 7.62×51mm NATO round used by the Turkish military. Development of the weapon first started back in 2004 to 2008. Its nickname is Bora and it is currently being offered for export.
The JNG-90 was designed with the collaboration of Turkish Gendarmerie and MKEK. Designed by Capt. (Rtd.) Mustafa Dolar and Sgt. Mjr. Necmi Güngör, rifle is accurate in terms of shooting 0.3 MOA groups at up to 100 meters range according to MKEK tests. Picatinny rails are provided on the forend and on the upper receiver. The rifle also has an adjustable buttstock.
- Turkey: In use by the Turkish Armed Forces.
- Azerbaijan: Purchased unknown number of JNG-90s.
- Turkmenistan: Purchased unknown number of JNG-90s
- Saudi Arabia: Purchased unknown number of JNG-90s
- Max Popenker. "Bora JNG-90 sniper rifle (Turkey)". Retrieved 2010-07-02.
- "Fusil de precisión MKEK JNG-90" (in Spanish). ARMAS. Retrieved 2010-07-02.
- Jandarma Magazine 2004/2
- "Снайперская винтовка 7.62 mm JNG 90 Bora" (in Russian). Retrieved 2010-07-02.