Rifles & Carbines

Rifles are designed to be fired from the shoulder.  They are, with the shotgun, the most common firearm used for hunting.  They are the most common military firearm as well.  Rifles also, fire the widest range of calibers.

This website has several rifle sections:

U.S. WW II Rifles - These are examples of WW II Military rifles used by the U.S. Military.

Allied WW II Rifles  - These are examples of WW II military rifles used by Allies other than the U.S. and U.S.S.R.

Military Mausers - These are examples of versions of the Mauser bolt action rifle used by several nations.

Mosin Nagants These are examples of the classic Imperial Russian/USSR bolt action rifle.

SKS Carbines - These are examples of the widely used post WWII SKS carbine.

FAL Clones - These are examples of a semi-auto clones of a FAL battle rifles.

AK Clones These are examples of semi-auto versions of Kalishnikov style assault and sniper rifles.  

M-16 Clones - These are examples of semi-auto clones of the M-16 and M-4 Carbine assault rifles.     

Next Gen ClonesThese are examples of a semi-auto clones of a 3rd generation assault rifles.

Pistol Caliber Carbines These are examples of semi-autoversions of sub-machine guns. 

Other Rifles  - These are examples of modern semi-auto rifles not derived from a military design.     

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