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Automatic Rifles - USA

AAI SBR

The AAI Serial Bullet Rifle was a US made assault rifle, developed by the AAI Corporation as a possible entrant into the 1970s Future Rifle Program to replace the long serving M16 rifle. The AAI SBR was designed as an alternative to developing the AAI XM70, which was proving costly to manu...

Ares Shrike 5.56 (System)

The Shrike 5.56 is not a fully-functional weapon. It is an upper receiver that, when combined with a M16/M4 lower receiver, becomes a belt-fed or magazine-fed squad automatic weapon similar to the FN M249. Like the M249, the Shrike 5.56 features a quick-change barrel designed to prevent overheati...

Armalite / Colt AR-15 / M16 / A1 / A2 / A3

The M16 is still a general-issue rifle with the US Armed forces. It is also widely used by the US Law Enforcement agencies, either in military form (for example, the LAPD had some M16s, retired from Army), or in "civilian" semi-automatic only form. The AR-15 style rifles are made in the USA by at...

Armalite AR-18

The AR-18 rifle had been developed by the Armalite company (USA) by the George Sullivan, Arthur Miller and Charles Dorchester in the early 1960s. This rifle was designed for the international military market as a replacement for the AR-15 project, which had been sold to the Colt in 1959 by the Ar...

Barrett "Light Fifty" M82A1 / M82A2 / M82A3 (M82A1M/M107)

Overview:
The Barrett Firearms Company was founded by Ronnie Barrett for the single purpose of building semi-automatic rifles chambered for the hugely powerful .50 BMG ammunition, originally developed for and used in Browning M2 machine guns. Barrett began his work in early 1980s and the first w...

Barrett M468

The Barrett M468 was a variant of the M4 Carbine, rechambered for a heavier and larger 6.8mm bullet for increased terminal performance. The designation of M468 stands for an M4 carbine chambered for the 6.8mm SPC cartridge. It was an attempt to create an optimal Special Operations close-to...

Barrett M468A1

The Barrett M468A1 was a variant of the M4 Carbine, rechambered for a heavier and larger 6.8mm bullet for increased terminal performance. The designation of M468 stands for an M4 carbine chambered for the 6.8mm SPC cartridge. It was an attempt to create an optimal Special Operations close-...

Bushmaster A2 / A3 (XM15)

The Bushmaster A2/A3 Type Rifle has become the standard for many military forces and Law Enforcement agencies throughout the world. The rifle’s light weight, accuracy, high capacity, and ease of maintenance all contribute to its wide global acceptance. Features of this durable semi-automatic rifl...

Bushmaster M17S

The only non-banned, American-made Bullpup on the market, Bushmaster`s M17S Bullpup is a lightweight, short stroke piston, gas operated, self compensating, air cooled, magazine fed, semi-automatic rifle.
Though it does include 25 meter open sights in the see-thru channel under the scope rail, th...

Bushmaster M4A2 / M4A3

The Bushmaster M4A3/M4A2 Type Carbines combine light weight with plenty of .223 caliber firepower. The chrome lined barrel offers maximum longevity and accuracy. A telescoping buttstock brings light weight, ease of carrying and quick handling. Forged, lightweight 7075T6 aircraft quality aluminum ...

Calico M-900

This is basically the same weapon as the Calico submachine gun, differing principally in having a longer barrel. This lenght of barrel in a 9mm weapon is unusual and should result in reasonable accuracy to upwards of 200 meters, though the bullet is not really designed for that sort of range. Thi...

Colt Commando / CAR-15 / XM-177

The first carbine version of the M16 assault rifle appeared under the name of CAR-15 in 1965, an was intended for US Special Forces who fought in Vietnam. The original M16 was simply shortened by cutting the half of the lenght of the barrel (from original 20 inches to 10 inches) and by shortening...

Colt Match Target Competition HBAR MT6700 / MT6700C

While the Colt name is virtually synonymous with handguns, Sam Colt’s initial revolvers off the assembly line were longarms. That’s right. The first production model of any Colt was the No.1 Ring Lever Rifle. The carbine breech (attachable shoulder stocks for handguns) and America’s first slide a...

ITM Model 3

The ITM Model 3 is a combined battle rifle and submachine gun developed by ITM Tool & Die of Ohio for urban warfare. The top section is an AK derivative rifle with the lower section a 9mm submachine gun.

The Model-3 chambers 7.62x39mm in the 16" top barrel and 9mm Parabellum in the 7.8"...

Johnson M1941

Melvin C. Johnson, an American arms designer, developed his semiautomatic rifle by the mid-1938, and submitted it to the US Army trials. Trials and development of the rifle continued until the early 1940, when the Army Ordnance Board finally rejected the Johnson rifle as being too long and heavy,...

Knight`s Armament SR-25

Eugene Stoner, designer of the AR10 and AR15 (known to the World as an M16), working with US company Knight's Armament, designed an SR-25 - a rebuilt in its original caliber AR10. Up to 60% of parts of the Sr-25 are interchangeable with the AR15/M16 - everything but the receiver, the hammer, the ...

La France M16K / M16K-45

The M16K is a US Army standard issue M16 rifle modified by the company La France Specialties, which among with other firearm related activities, convert common military weapons into more compact configurations typically for law enforcement and special forces use.

The M16K is a so-called “K” we...

M14

The experience gained by US troops during the Second World war showed that the M1 Garand rifle had a lot of things to be improved. The first was the feeding system with 8-rounds en-bloc clips that does not allowed the refilling of the partially full magazine. Others were excessive length and weig...

M25

Function: Special Operations semi-automatic sniper rifle

Background: Originally developed by the 10th Special Forces Group at Ft. Devens, the M25 was built as a joint services system, meeting the needs of both Army SF and Navy SEAL sniper teams for a semi-automatic sniper rifle built on the sa...

Ruger 10/22

The second of Ruger’s semiautomatic firearms designs to reach the market was the first Ruger rifle, the .44 Carbine. It was a .44 Magnum hunting tool announced in 1959 and was popularly known as the Deerstalker. This gun endured in the product line until 1985 and was the design foundation for the...

Ruger Mini-14 / 30

Mini-14 rifle was developed in early 1970s and introduced near 1974. To speak simply, Mini-14 is M-14 "clone", scaled down to use then-new 5.56mm / .223 Rem cartridge.
Mini-14 is somewhat similar in design to M1 Garand and M-14 rifles, utilizing same gas action with underbarrel gas piston, rotat...

US M1 / M2 / M3 Carabine

The M1 carbine is an interesting little weapon. The original request for a compact and lightweight shoulder arm to replace service handguns for second-line (non-fighting) troops was first issued by US Army in 1938. The idea behind this request was that a shoulder arm, such as carbine, firing ammu...

US M1 Rifle (Garand)

The story of the first semi-automatic rifle ever widely-adopted as a standard military arm began after the start of the First World War, when the inventor John C. Garand (Canadian, then living in USA) began to develop a semi-automatic (or self-loading) rifles. He worked at the government-owned Sp...

 

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