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History[]

File:Rifle Springfield M1903.jpg

The bolt-action M1903 Springfield was used as the USA's service rifle from 1905 to just before World War II, when it was replaced by the gas-operated M1 Garand. It was in limited use up to the Vietnam War.

Service rifles by nation[]

Angola[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1950s-
AK-103 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1990s–
Vektor R4 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1990s–
X95 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2010s–

Argentina[]

File:FARA 83.JPG

FARA 83

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Remington EN M1879 Rolling block .43 Spanish (11.15×58mmR) 1879-1891
Mauser Modelo Argentino 1891 Bolt action 7.65×53mm Argentine 1891-1909
Mauser Modelo Argentino 1909 Bolt action 7.65×53mm Argentine 1909-1960s
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1959–Present
M16A2 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1993–present (Naval Infantry)

Australia[]

File:Australian F88 Austeyr.jpg

An Australian Army rifleman equipped with the F88 Austeyr

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee–Enfield Bolt-Action .303 SAA Ball 1901-1950s
L1A1 SLR Semi-automatic 7.62×51mm NATO 1957-1980s
F88 Austeyr Selective-Fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1988–Present

Austria[]

File:STG-58.jpg

StG 58

File:AUG A1 508mm 04.jpg

StG 77

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lorenz Rifle Rifled musket .54 1854-1867
Wanzl rifle Trapdoor breechloader 14mm Wanzl rimfire 1854-1867
M1867 Werndl–Holub Rotary block 11×42mm 1867-1886
Mannlicher M1886 Bolt action 11×58mmR, 8×52mmR 1886-1888
Mannlicher M1888 Bolt action 8×52mmR, 8×50mmR 1888-1895
Mannlicher M1895 Straight-pull 8×50mmR, 8×56mmR 1895-1945
GM1 Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1950-1958[1]
Sturmgewehr 58 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1958–Present (limited use for drill/display)
Sturmgewehr 77 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1978–Present

Bangladesh[]

File:R.A.B.jpg

Bangladesh policemen with BD-08 assault rifles

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Type 56 (Chinese Type 56) Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1971–Present
Heckler & Koch G3A3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1980–Present
M16 Selective fire 5.56×45mm 1992–Present
BD-08 (Chinese Type 81) Selective fire 7.62×39mm 2008–Present

Belgium[]

File:FN-FAL Calibre 7.62.jpg

FN FAL

File:FNC IMG 1527.jpg

FN FNC

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Albini rifle Hinged breechblock 11 mm 1867-?
Belgian Comblain Falling Block 11 mm 1870-?
FN Mauser M1889 Bolt action 7.65×53mm Argentine 1889-1940
FN Mauser M1936 Bolt-action 7.65×53mm Argentine 1936-1949
FN SAFN-49 Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1949-1956
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1956–1990s
FN FNC Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1990–present
FN SCAR Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2015–future

Bolivia[]

File:G3a3.gif

Heckler & Koch G3A3 assault rifle

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Vz. 24 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1932-1960s
SIG SG 510 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1957–Present
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1960s-Present

Brazil[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
M1873 Brazilian Comblain Falling block 11×53mmR 1873-1892
Gewehr 88 Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1892-1897
Mauser M1894 Rifle Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1894-1950s
Mauser M1908 (M1908/34, M1935) Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1908-1960s
FN Model 1949 Semi-auto .30-06 Springfield 1950s-1968
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1964–Present
IMBEL MD Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1985–Present
IMBEL MD97 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1997–Present
IMBEL IA2 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2012–Present

Cambodia[]

File:Chinese SKS 1076.jpg

Type 56 carbine

File:Cambodian AK-47.jpg

AKM

File:AK-47 and Type 56 DD-ST-85-01269.jpg

Type 56 assault rifle & AKS-47

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Mosin–Nagant Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1940s-1979
MAS-36 Bolt-action 7.5×54mm French 1940s-1975
Arisaka Type 38 Bolt-action 6.5×50mm Arisaka 1941-1945
Arisaka Type 99 Bolt-action 7.7×58mm Arisaka 1941-1945
M1903 Springfield Bolt Action .30-06 Springfield 1950s-1975
M1 Carbine Semi-automatic rifle .30 Carbine 1950s-1975
M1 Garand Semi-automatic rifle .30-06 Springfield 1950s-1975
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm 1960s-1975
M16 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1967–Present
SKS Semi-automatic rifle 7.62×39mm 1960s-Present (Mainly used today as a ceremonial arm, and reserve weapon)
Type 56 carbine Semi-automatic rifle 7.62×39mm 1960s-Present (Used by Cambodian Royal Guards and as a reserve weapon)
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1960s-Present (Replaced by AKM rifle.)
AKM Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1960s-Present
Type 56 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1960s-Present
Pindad SS1 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1991–Present
QBZ-97 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2005–Present

Canada[]

File:Ross rifle.png

Ross rifle Mk. III

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Ross rifle Bolt Action .303 British 1905-1916
Lee–Enfield Bolt Action .303 British 1916–present (used by the Canadian Rangers)
C1A1 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1955-1985
Colt C7 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1985–Present

Chile[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Fusil Gras mle 1874 Bolt action 11×59mmR 1874-1905s
Mauser Model 1895 Bolt action, Contract: Germany 7×57mm Mauser 1895-1930s
Mauser Model 1912 Bolt action, Contract: Steyr, Austria 7×57mm Mauser 1912-1950s
SIG SG 510-4 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1960s-2003
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1970s-2010
SIG SG 542-1 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1980s-2014
SIG SG 540 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2000s-2014
SIG SG 543 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2000s-2014
M4 carbine Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2008s-present
Galil ACE Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2014s-present
FN F2000 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2014s-present
SG 540-1M Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2016s-present

People's Republic of China[]

File:Type-81rifle.JPG

Type 81-I & Type 81

File:Rifle Type 95.jpg

QBZ-95

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Hanyang Type 88 Bolt Action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1888-1980s
Gewehr 98 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1927-1949
vz. 24 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1927-1980s
Karabiner 98k Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1935–19??
Type 24 rifle Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1935-1980s
Mosin–Nagant Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1927–Present
SVT-40 Semi-automatic 7.62×54mmR 1938–Present
Type 53 Carbine Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1953–Present
Type 56 Carbine Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1956–Present
Type 56 assault rifle Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1956–Present
Type 81 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1981–Present
QBZ-95 Selective fire 5.8×42mm DBP87 1995–Present
QBZ-03 Selective fire 5.8×42mm DBP87 2003–Present
QBS-06 Selective fire 5.8×42mm DBP87 2010–Present
ZH-05 Selective fire 5.8×42mm DBP87 2011–Present

Taiwan[]

File:Type 86 carbine.jpg

T86 assault rifle

File:T91-3 (65).JPG

T91 assault rifle

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Hanyang Type 88 Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1888-1949
Gewehr 98 Bolt-Action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1911-1949
vz. 24 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1924-1950s
Karabiner 98k Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1935–Present
Type Zhongzheng rifle Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1935-1950s
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1936-1968
Johnson M1941 rifle Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1941-1968
M1 Carbine Semi-automatic .30 Carbine 1942-1968
Type 57 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1968–Present
Type 65 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1976–Present
Type 91 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2003–Present

Cuba[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Spanish Mauser Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1902-1923
M1903 Springfield Bolt action .30-06 Springfield 1923-1947
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1947-1960
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1960-1968
SKS Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1961–present (Mainly used today as a ceremonial arm, and reserve weapon.)
AKM Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1962–present

Czech Republic[]

File:Cz805.png

CZ-805 BREN

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Vz. 24 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1924-1952
Vz. 33 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1934-1945
Vz. 52 Semi-automatic 7.62×45mm vz. 52, 7.62×39mm 1952-1959
Sa vz. 58 Selective fire 7.62×39mm M43 1959–Present
CZ-805 BREN Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm 2010–Present

Denmark[]

File:Danish AR M95.png

Gevær M/95

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifled musket 577 1853-1867
Remington Rolling Block Rolling block 11mm Danish 1867-1889
1889 Geværet (Krag–Jørgensen) Bolt-action 8×58mmR 1889-~1945
Gevaer M/50 Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1945-1975
Gevaer M/53 (17) Bolt-action .30-06 Springfield 1953–Present (used by Siriuspatruljen)
Gevaer M/75 (G3A5) Semi-automatic 7.62×51mm NATO 1975–Present
Gevaer M/95 (C7FT) Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1995–Present

Egypt[]

File:Ljungman-hakim-rasheed.JPG

Top to bottom: Ag m/42, Hakim Rifle, Rasheed Carbine

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee–Enfield Bolt Action .303 British 1922-1967
FN Model 1949 Semi-automatic 7.92×57mm Mauser 1949-1967
Ag m/42 Semi-automatic 6.5×55mm 1950s-1967
Mosin–Nagant Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1956-1967
Hakim Rifle Semi-automatic 7.92×57mm Mauser 1950s-1967
Rasheed Carbine Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1950s-1967
SKS Carbine Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1956-1967
Misr Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1960s-Present

Estonia[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Mosin–Nagant Bolt Action 7.62×54mmR 1918–1940
Pattern 1914 Enfield Bolt Action .303 British 1920–1940
AKM Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1992–2000s
Galil AR Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1994–Present
Ak 4 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 2002–Present

Finland[]

File:RK 62 76.jpg

Rk 62

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Mosin–Nagant Bolt action 7.62×54R 1891–c.1970
SVT-40 Semi-automatic 7.62×54R 1940–c.1970
RK 62 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1962–Present
RK 95 TP Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1995–Present

France[]

File:Model 1886 Lebel rifle.jpg

Lebel Model 1886 rifle

File:MAS 49 56.JPG

MAS 49/56

File:FAMAS dsc06877.jpg

FAMAS

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Delvigne rifle Flintlock Musket ball 1826-1846
Thouvenin Carabine à tige Percussion cap Musket ball 1846-1851
Minié rifle Percussion cap Minié ball 1848-1866
Tabatière rifle Breech-loading Minié ball 1864-1870
Chassepot M1866 Bolt action 11 mm 1867-1874
Gras M1874 Bolt-action 11×59mmR 1874-1886
Lebel Model 1886 rifle Bolt-action 8mm Lebel 1886-1940
Berthier rifle Bolt-action 8mm Lebel 1902-1960s?
MAS-36 Bolt-action 7.5×54mm French 1936-1964
MAS-49 rifle Semi-automatic 7.5×54mm French 1949-1990
SIG SG 540 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1979-1982
FAMAS Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1981–Present

Germany[]

Main article: German military rifles
File:German FAL-G1.jpg

FN G1

File:MPi-Km 72.jpg

MPi-KM

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G3A3

File:800px-G36bw.jpg

Heckler & Koch G36

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Prussian Model 1839 Potsdam musket Rifled musket 15.4 mm 1839-1861
Dreyse needle gun Breech loading 15.4 mm 1842-1870
M1871 Mauser Bolt action 11×60mm Mauser 1871-1888
Gewehr 1888 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1888-1915
Gewehr 98 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1898-1935 (German Army)
Mauser Kar 98k Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1935–1945
StG 44 Selective fire 7.92×33mm Kurz 1943-1945
Karabiner-S Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1945-1949 (East Germany)
MPi-K Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1949-1990 (East Germany)
G1 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1956-1960 (West Germany)
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1959–1997 (West Germany)
Heckler & Koch G36 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1997–Present

Greece[]

File:Mannlicher schoennauer 1903-14.jpg

Mannlicher–Schönauer

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Fusil Gras mle 1874 Bolt action 11×59mm R Gras 1877-1913
Mannlicher–Schönauer Bolt action 6.5×54mm 1903-1941
FN Model 1930 Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1930s-1941
Lee–Enfield Bolt action .303 British 1941-1965
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1948-1990
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1968-2000
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1982–present

Guatemala[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1950s-1977
M1/M2 Carbine Semi-automatic .30 Carbine 1950s-1977
IMI Galil AR/SAR Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1974–present
M16A2 semi to full auto 5.56×45mm NATO 1988–Present
IMI Tavor TAR-21 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2006–present (778 purchased from Israel for police use)

Haiti[]

File:Gevär försöksmodell 1892 Krag-Jörgensen Norge - Armémuseum.jpg

Krag–Jørgensen rifle- Haiti's first officially adopted service rifle

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Krag–Jørgensen

[2]

Bolt-action .30-40 Krag 1915-?
M1903 Springfield

[3]

Bolt-action .30-06 Springfield ?
FN Mauser

[3]

Bolt-action .30-06 Springfield ?
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield ~1950s-1994
The Haitian Army was disbanded by the United States, and replaced in 1915 by the Gendarmerie d'Haïti. The Haitian Army was again disbanded in 1995.

Hungary[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
35M rifle Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1935-1950s
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1956-1990
AMMSz Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1960-1990
AMD-65 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1966-1990
AMP-69 Selective fire 7.62×39mm, 40 mm grenade 1979–present
AK-63D Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1989–Present

India[]

File:INSAS Rifle.jpg

INSAS assault rifle

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee Enfield Bolt action .303 British 1947-1963
Rifle 7.62mm 1A1 Semi-automatic 7.62×51mm NATO 1963-1998
Ishapore 2A/2A1 Bolt action 7.62×51mm NATO 1963–Present (Limited Use)
INSAS selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1998–present

Indonesia[]

File:SS1-V1.jpg

Pindad SS1-V1

File:SS2-V1 ID2008.jpg

Pindad SS2-V1

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Arisaka Bolt-action 6.5×50mm Arisaka
7.7×58mm Arisaka
1940s-1950s
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1945-middle 1970s
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1961–Present
M16 rifle Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1980s-Present
Pindad SS1 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1991–Present
Pindad SS2 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2006–Present

Iran[]

File:AK-103 Assault Rifle.JPG

AK-103

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Mauser 98 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1900s-1950s
Vz. 24 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1929-1960s
M1 Garand Semi-automatic 30-06 1950s-1990
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1970s-Present
AK-103 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1991–Present

Iraq[]

File:USMC-070817-M-7772K-046.jpg

Iraqi Army soldiers fire the M16A2 assault rifle with instruction from United States Marines

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee–Enfield Bolt action .303 British 1930s-1950s
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1950s-Present
M16A2 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2007–Present

Ireland[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee–Enfield Bolt-Action .303 SAA Ball 1924-1961
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1961-1989
Steyr AUG Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1989–Present

Israel[]

File:Galil.jpg

IMI Galil

File:IWI-Tavor-TAR-21w1.jpg

IMI Tavor TAR-21

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee–Enfield No 4 Bolt action .303 British 1948-1958
Mauser Kar98k Bolt-action 7.62×51mm NATO 1948-1974
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1960s-1981
M16 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1973–present
Galil AR Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1974–present
IMI Tavor TAR-21 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2005–2009
MTAR Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2009–Present - Now standard issue weapon to all active IDF combat personnel

Italy[]

File:Mitragliatrice fucile FAL BM 59.jpg

Beretta BM-59

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Beretta ARX-160A2

Firearm Type Caliber Service
M1870 Italian Vetterli Bolt-action 10.4mm Vetterli 1870-1878
Vetterli Vitali Bolt action 10.4mm Vetterli 1878-1892
Carcano Bolt action 6.5×52mm Mannlicher–Carcano 1892-1945
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1950-1970
Beretta BM-59 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1959-1990
Beretta AR70/90 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1990–present
Beretta ARX-160 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2008–present

Jamaica[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
L1A1 SLR Semi-automatic 7.62×51mm NATO 1957–Present
M16A2 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1980s?-Present
SA80 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1992–Present

Japan[]

File:Type 64 Rifle.jpg

Howa Type 64

File:Type 89 Assault Rifle JGSDF.jpg

Howa Type 89

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Snider–Enfield Breech-loading .577 Snider 1868-1880
Murata rifle Bolt action 11×60mmR Murata 1880-1905
Type 30 rifle Bolt action 6.5×50mm Arisaka 1897-1905
Arisaka Type 38 Bolt-action 6.5×50mm Arisaka 1905-1945
Arisaka Type 99 Bolt-action 7.7×58mm Arisaka 1939-1945
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1954-1964
Howa Type 64 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1964–Present
Howa Type 89 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1989–Present

Korea[]

File:Daewoo K2 kzl.JPG

Daewoo Precision Industries K2 with K201 grenade launcher

Firearm Type Calibre Service Notes
Kingdom of Joseon (1392-1897)
Type 13 Murata Bolt action 11×60mm R Murata 1881-1897
Enfield Pattern 1853 Percussion cap .577 Ball 1882-1897
Remington Rolling Block Rolling block .50-70 Government 1884-1897
Korean Empire (1897-1910)
Berdan II Bolt action 10.75×58mm 1897-1907 By regular army
Mauser Model 1871 Bolt action 11×60mm Mauser 1897-1907 By elite forces
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (1948–present)
Mosin–Nagant M1891/30 Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1948-1960s Currently used by reserve forces
Mosin–Nagant M1944 Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1948-1960s Currently used by reserve forces
SKS Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1948-1970s? Currently used by reserve forces
Type 30 Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1950s-1960s Local produced version of Mosin–Nagant M1891/30
Currently used by reserve forces
Type 53 Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1953-1960s Local produced version of Mosin–Nagant M1944
Currently used by reserve forces
Type 63 Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1963-1970s? Local produced version of SKS
Currently used by reserve forces
Type 58 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1958–Present Local produced version of AK-47
Type 68 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1968–Present Local produced version of AKM
Type 88 Selective fire 5.45×39mm 1988–Present Local produced version of AK-74
Republic of Korea (1948–present)
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1948-1978
M1 Carbine Semi-automatic .30 Carbine 1948-1978
M16A1 Selective fire .223 Remington 1968–2017 (scheduled) Colt Model 603K; produced under license by Daewoo Precision Industries
Daewoo Precision Industries K1A Selective fire .223 Remington 1981–Present Standard submachine gun
Daewoo Precision Industries K2 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1984–Present Standard assault rifle


Lebanon[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
MAS-49 rifle Semi-automatic 7.5×54mm French 1940s-1950s
Fusil Automatique Léger Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1950s-1990s
M16 rifle Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1970s–present
M4 Carbine Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2008–present

Liberia[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
M1 Carbine Semi-automatic 7.62×51mm NATO 19??s-1990s
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 19??s-1990s
M16 rifle Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 19??s–present
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1990s–present

Libya[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 19??-
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 19??–


Luxembourg[4][]

File:FN49left.jpg

FN Model 1949

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Mauser M98 Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1898-1940
Karabiner 98k Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1945
Ross rifle Bolt action .303 British 1945
Pattern 1914 Enfield Bolt action .303 British 1945
Lee–Enfield Bolt action .303 British 1945-1952
FN Model 1949 Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1951-1963
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1963-1996
Steyr AUG Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1996–Present

Malaysia[]

File:M4A1 ACOG.jpg

M4 carbine

Firearm Type Calibre Service
L1A1 SLR Semi-automatic 7.62×51mm NATO 1969–Present
M16 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1973–present
Steyr AUG Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1990s–present
M4 carbine Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2007–present
Heckler & Koch HK33 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2012–present

Mexico[]

File:Fusil FX-05.JPG

FX-05 Xiuhcoatl

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Springfield Model 1873 Breech-loading .45-70 1873-1890s
Winchester Model 1895 Lever Action .30-06 1895-1920s
Mauser 1895 FMM 1895 Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1895-1902
Mauser 1898 FMM 1902/07/10/12/24/36 Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1902-1954
Mauser 1898 FMM 1954 Bolt action .30-06 Springfield 1954-?
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1963-1978
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1965–Present (Slowly Replaced by FX-05 Xiuhcoatl)
M-16 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1971–Present
Heckler & Koch G36 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1999–Present
FX-05 Xiuhcoatl Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2006–Present

Myanmar[]

File:HK33A2 Flickr (yet another finn).jpg

HK33

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1967–present
Heckler & Koch HK33 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1989–present

Netherlands[]

File:M.95Rifle.jpg

Dutch Mannlicher M.95

File:FN FAL rifle.JPG

FN FAL

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Dutch Snider Breech loading 17.5×29Rmm 1867-1871
Dutch Beaumont M71 Bolt-Action 11.3×50Rmm 1871-1888
Dutch Beaumont-Vital M1871/88 Bolt-Action 11.3×52Rmm 1888-1895
Dutch Mannlicher Bolt-Action 6.5×53mmR 1895-1945
Lee–Enfield No. 4 Bolt-Action .303 British 1945-1954
M1 Garand Semi-automatic rifle .30-06 Springfield 1945-1961
FN FAL Semi-automatic rifle 7.62×51mm NATO 1961-1995
Diemaco C7 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1995–present
Diemaco C8 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1995–present

New Zealand[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee–Enfield Bolt-Action .303 SAA Ball 1900s-1950s
L1A1 SLR Semi-automatic 7.62×51mm NATO 1950s-1980s
Steyr AUG Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1980s-Present

Norway[]

File:Krag-Jørgensen, Krag-Petersson, Jarman M1884 and Remington M1867.jpg

A collection of Norwegian rifles from the Fram museum. Showing from the top:Krag–Jørgensen (civilian M1894 with carved stock), Krag–Petersson, Jarmann M1884, Remington M1867

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Remington M1867 Rolling block 12.17×42mm RF 1867-1895
Jarmann M1884 Bolt-action 10.15×61mmR 1884-1900
Krag–Jørgensen M1894 Bolt-action 6.5×55mm 1894-1945
Lee–Enfield No 4 Bolt-action .303 British 1940-1952
Mauser M98 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser (Navy)/.30-06 Springfield (Army, Air Force) 1945-1968
Selvladegevær M1 Semi-Automatic .30-06 Springfield 1952–Present (limited use for drill/display)
US-Karabin Semi-automatic .30 Carbine 1952-1970 (used by police until early 90s)
AG-3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1964–Present (Home Guard only)
Heckler & Koch HK416 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2008–Present

Pakistan[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1967–present

Peru[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
AKM Selective-Fire 7.62×39mm 1970s-Present
FN FAL

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Selective-Fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1960s-Present

Philippines[]

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M1 Garand

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee–Enfield Bolt-action .303 British 1895–Present (Limited Use)
M1903 Springfield

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Bolt action .30-03 Springfield 1912-1951
M1917 Enfield Bolt Action .30-06 Springfield 1920s-1960s
SVT-40 Semi-automatic 7.62×54mmR 1940–1955
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1951–Present
M14 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1960s-Present
M16 Selective fire 5.56×45mm 1970s-Present
CAR-15 Selective fire 5.56×45mm 1970s-Present
M4A1 Selective fire 5.56×45mm 2014–Present

Poland[]

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Kbs. wz. 1996 Beryl

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Kbs wz. 2004 Beryl

Firearm Type Calibre Service Notes
Mosin–Nagant Bolt Action 7.62×54mmR 1898-1950s Some chambered to 7.92×57mm and used during Invasion of Poland
Mauser 98k Bolt Action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1918-1939 produced in Poland from 1929 as Mauser Carbine Kbk wz. 1929
Lee–Enfield Bolt Action .303 British 1940–Present Used by Polish Armed Forces in the West
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1950s-Present
AKM Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1960s-Present still used to train and reserve services[6]
Kbk wz. 1988 Tantal Selective fire 5.45×39mm 1989-2005 1000 sold to Iraq
M4A1 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO ?-? GROM, also with Bushmaster M203 grenade launcher[6]
96 Beryl Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1997–present along with Mini-Beryl sub-carbine and in different variants
MSBS Radom Selective fire 5.56.45mm NATO 2014–Present Serial production started

Portugal[]

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Mauser-Vergueiro m/1904/39

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Mauser m/937

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AR-10

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Enfield m/1859 Percussion cap 14mm Minié 1859-1872
Snider–Enfield m/1872 Breech-loading .577 Snider 1872-1910 (after 1886 limited use with colonial troops)
Kropatschek m/1886 Bolt action 8×60mm Guedes 1886-1961 (after 1904 limited use with colonial troops)
Mauser-Vergueiro m/1904 Bolt-action 6.5×58mm Vergueiro 1904-1960s
Mauser m/937 Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1937-1960s-Present (limited use for drill/display in the GNR)
AR-10 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1960-1974
G3 m/961 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1961–Present
FN m/962 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1962-1990s
Heckler & Koch G36 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2000s-Present

Romania[]

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Pistol Mitralieră model 1963/1965

Firearm Type Calibre Service
M1868 Romanian Peabody Falling block .45 Romanian 1868-18??
M1879 Romanian Martini–Henry Falling block .45 Romanian 1879-18??
Steyr-Mannlicher M1893 Bolt action 6.5×53mmR 1893-1938
Mosin–Nagant Bolt action 7.62×54mmR 1917-1960s
vz. 24 Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1938-1960s
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1950s-1963
Pistol Mitralieră model 1963/1965 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1963–Present (reserve since the 1990s)
Puşcă Automată model 1986 Selective fire 5.45×39mm 1986–Present

Russia and Soviet Union[]

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AK-47

File:Ak-74mpdomain.JPG

AK-74M

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Model 1857 Six Line Rifled musket .60 calibre 1857-1867
M1867 Russian Krnka Trapdoor breechloader 15 mm 1867-1869
Berdan rifle Bolt action 10.75×58mm 1869-1891
Mosin–Nagant Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1891–1951 (today as a reserve sniper rifle)
Winchester Model 1895 Lever-action 7.62×54mmR 1895–1917
SVT-40 Semi-automatic 7.62×54mmR 1940–1955
SKS Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1945–Present (as ceremonial arm and a reserve service rifle)
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1949–Present (as a reserve service rifle)
AKM Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1959–Present (reserve and active rear-echelon forces)
AK-74 Selective fire 5.45×39mm 1974–Present
AK-74M Selective fire 5.45×39mm 1991–Present (standard service rifle)

Saudi Arabia[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1968–present (being replaced by G36)
Steyr AUG Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1980–present
Heckler & Koch G36 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2008–present

Serbia[]

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Serbian Mauser M1899

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Mauser M24 produced in Serbia

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Zastava M70

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Zastava M21

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Krjalinka Flintlock Unknown 1804-1850's
Shishana Flintlock Unknown 1804-1850's
Potzdam Musket 1723/40 variants Flintlock .75 1807-1850's
Mini-Frankot-Petrovich M1856 Percussion cap Minié ball 1856-1880's
Green M1867 Percussion cap 14,9mm 1867-1880's
Peabody M1870 Percussion cap 14,9mm 1870-1880's
Mauser M1880 Bolt action 10.15×63mmR 1880-1916
Berdan II Bolt action 10.75×58 mmR 1900-1916
Mauser M1899 Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1900-1930's
Mauser M80/07 Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1907-1930's
Mauser M910 Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1910-1930's
Mauser M1890 Bolt action 7.65×53mm Argentine 1913-1916
Mauser M1893 Bolt action 7.65×53mm Argentine 1913-1916
Mauser M1903 Bolt action 7.65×53mm Argentine 1913-1916
Mannlicher M1895 Bolt action 8×50mmR 1913-1930's
Mosin–Nagant 1891 Bolt action 7.62×54mmR 1914-1916
Berthier rifle Bolt action 8×50mmR Lebel 1916-1918
Lebel Model 1886 rifle Bolt action 8×50mmR Lebel 1916-1930's
Mauser M24 Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1928-1945
Manlicher M95M and M95/24 Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1938-1945
Mauser M1899C Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1938-1945
Karabiner 98k Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1941-1945
Carcano Bolt action 6.5×52mm Carcano 1941-1945
Lee Enfield Bolt action .303 British 1944-1945
Zastava M70 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1992–Present
Zastava M21 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2008–Present

Singapore[]

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SAR 21

Firearm Type Calibre Service
AR-15 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1968-1973
M16S1 rifle Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1973–present
SAR 80 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1980s-unknown
SR 88 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1988-unknown
SAR 21 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1999–present

Slovenia[]

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F2000 S of the Slovenian Army

Firearm Type Calibre Service Note
M1798 musket Musket ? 1854-1867 As part of the Habsburg Monarchy
Lorenz rifle Rifled musket 13.7mm 1854-1867 As part of the Austrian Empire
Wänzl rifle Trapdoor breechloader 14mm Wanzl rimfire 1867-1870s As part of the Austrian Empire
Werndl–Holub rifle Rotary block 11×42mmR, 11×36mmR, 11×58mmR 1867-1886 As part of Austria-Hungary
Mannlicher M1886 Straight-pull 11×58mmR, 8×50mmR Mannlicher 1886-1888 As part of Austria-Hungary
Mannlicher M1888 Straight-pull 8×50mmR 1888-1910s As part of Austria-Hungary
Mannlicher M1895 Straight-pull 8×50mmR 1895-1920s As part of Austria-Hungary, the State of SCS and the Kingdom of SCS
Carcano Bolt Action 6.5×52mm Carcano 1919-1943 As part of the Kingdom of Italy
M24 series Bolt Action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1924-1948 As part of the Kingdom of SCS, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and SFR Yugoslavia
Zastava M48 Bolt Action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1948-1966 As part of SFR Yugoslavia
PAP M59/66 Semi-automatic 7.62×39 1966-1980's As part of SFR Yugoslavia
Zastava M70 Selective fire 7.62×39 1970-2006 As part of SFR Yugoslavia
SAR 80 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO Early 1990s
F2000 S Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2006–Present

South Africa[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee–Enfield Bolt Action .303 SAA Ball 1910-1960s
R1 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1950s-Present
Vektor R4 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1982–Present

Spain[]

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CETME L

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Heckler & Koch G36

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Model 1857 rifle musket Rifled musket ? 1857-1867
M1857/67 Berdan Trapdoor breechloader 15×41mmR 1867-1868
M1868 Spanish Peabody Falling block .56-50R Spencer, 11.15×58mmR (.43 Spanish) 1868-1870
M1870 Remington Rolling block 11.15×58mmR 1870-1893
M1893 Mauser Bolt action 7×57mm Mauser 1893-1945
M43 La Coruña Bolt-action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1942-1958
CETME Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1958-1997
CETME Model L Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1984-1999
Heckler & Koch G36 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2000–Present

Sweden[]

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Ak 5C

Firearm Type Calibre Service
M1867 Remington Rolling block 12.17×42mm RF 1867- ~1900
M1896 Swedish Mauser Bolt-action 6.5×55mm 1896-1995
Ag m/42 Semi-automatic 6.5×55mm 1942-1965
Ak 4B Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1965–Present
Ak 5C Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1986–Present

Switzerland[]

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Sturmgewehr 57

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Sturmgewehr 90

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Infanteriegewehr Modell 1842 Muzzle-loading percussion 18 mm 1842-1867
Eidgenössischer Stutzer 1851 Muzzle-loading percussion 18 mm 1851-1863
M1842/59/67 Swiss Milbank-Amsler Breechloader 18×25mmR Rimfire 1869-1869
M1867 Swiss Peabody Falling block 10.4×38mmR Rimfire (.41 Swiss rimfire) 1867-1869
Vetterli rifle Bolt-action 10.4×38Rmm Rimfire 1869-1890
Schmidt–Rubin Bolt-action 7.5×55mm Swiss 1889-1957
K31 Bolt-action 7.5×55mm Swiss 1933-1958
Sturmgewehr 57 Selective fire 7.5×55mm Swiss 1957–Present
Sturmgewehr 90 Selective fire 5,6mm Gw Pat 90 1990–Present

Thailand[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Type 45 Siamese Mauser Bolt action 8×50mmR Type 45, 8×52mmR Type 66 1903-1960s
Vz. 24 Bolt Action 7.92×57mm Mauser Early 1940s-1960s
M1903 Springfield Bolt Action .30-06 Springfield 1944-1970 (Used for training by Government agents of Ministry of Interior at presentTemplate:When.)
M1 Carbine Semi-automatic rifle .30 Carbine 1944-1970 (Used for training by Army ROTC at present.)
M1 Garand Semi-automatic rifle .30-06 Springfield 1944-1970 (Used for training by Army ROTC at present.)
Mosin–Nagant Bolt Action 7.62×54mmR During Vietnam War (Limited and used by Ranger Sniper)
M16 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1980s-present
Type 11 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1968–present
IMI Tavor TAR-21 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2008–present

Tibet[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Lee–Enfield rifle Bolt action .303 British 1914[7]-~1950s[8]
Tibet was de facto independent from 1912 until the 1950s, and fielded the Tibetan Army

Turkey[]

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Turkish Mauser 1887 Bolt action 9.5×60mmR 1887-1938
Turkish Mauser 1890 Bolt action 7.65×53mm Argentine 1890-1938
Turkish Mauser 1893 Bolt action 7.65×53mm Argentine, 7.92×57mm Mauser (1930s) 1893-1938
Turkish Mauser 1903 Bolt action 7.92x57mm Mauser 1903-1954
Karabiner 98k Bolt action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1945-1970s
Model 1938 Kırıkkale Bolt action 7.92x57mm Mauser 1938-1970s
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1953-Present
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1950s-1970s
Heckler & Koch G3 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1970s-Present
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1989–Present
Heckler & Koch HK33 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1997–Present
MKEK MPT-76 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 2015–Present

Ukraine[]

File:AK-47 assault rifle.jpg

AK-47

File:AKM Izhevsk 1960.jpg

AKM

Firearm Type Calibre Service
SKS Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1945–Present (mainly used as ceremonial arm)
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1949–Present
AKM Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1959–Present
AK-74 Selective fire 5.45×39mm 1974–Present

United Kingdom & British Empire[]

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Rifle No. 1 Mk. III

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Rifle No. 4

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L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle

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SA80 L85A1

Main article: British military rifles
Firearm Type Calibre Service
Ferguson rifle Breech-loading .650 Ball 1776
Baker rifle Flintlock .615 Ball 1801-1837
Brunswick rifle Percussion cap .704 Ball 1837-1851
Pattern 1853 Enfield Percussion cap .577 Ball 1853-1867
Snider–Enfield Breech-loading .577 Snider 1866-1901
Martini–Henry Breech-loading .577/450 Martini–Henry 1871-1888
Lee–Metford Bolt action .303 British 1888-1926
Lee–Enfield Bolt-action .303 British 1895–1957
Ross rifle (Canada) Straight Pull .303 British 1905-1916
Pattern 1914 Enfield Bolt-action .303 British 1914–1947
L1A1 SLR Semi-automatic 7.62×51mm NATO 1954–1994
SA80 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1985–Present
Steyr AUG (Falklands) Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO ?–Present

United States[]

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Model 1816 Flintlock Musket

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M1 Garand and M1 Carbine

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M14 rifle

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M16A1 rifle

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M4 carbine

Main article: List of individual weapons of the U.S. Armed Forces
Firearm Type Calibre Service Notes
Kentucky Long rifle Flintlock .36 ball 1776-1816
Model 1795 Musket Flintlock .69 Ball 1795-1842
Model 1803 Rifle Flintlock .54 Ball 1803-?
Model 1812 Musket Flintlock .69 Ball 1812-1842
Model 1814 Rifle Flintlock .54 Ball 1814-?
Model 1816 Musket Flintlock .69 Ball 1816-1842
Model 1817 Rifle Flintlock .54 Ball 1817-1842
Model 1822 Musket Flintlock .69 Ball 1822-1865
Springfield Model 1835 Flintlock .69 Ball 1835-1842
Springfield Model 1842 Percussion cap .69 Ball 1842-1854
Springfield Model 1855 Percussion cap .58 Minié 1854-1861
Spencer Repeating Rifle Lever Action 56-56 Spencer 1860-1873
Springfield Model 1861 Percussion cap .58 Minié 1861-1867
Henry Repeating Rifle Lever Action .44 Henry 1862-1873
Springfield Model 1863 Percussion cap .58 Minié 1863-1867
Springfield Model 1865 Breech-loading .58 Musket Rimfire 1865-1867
Springfield Model 1866 Breech-loading .50-70 Government 1866-1873
Springfield Model 1868 Breech-loading .50-70 Government 1869-1873
Springfield Model 1873 Breech-loading .45-70 1873-1884
Springfield Model 1884 Breech-loading .45-70 1884-1894
Springfield Model 1892-99 Bolt action .30-40 Krag 1894-early 1900s
M1895 Lee Navy (Navy/Marines) Straight-pull 6mm Lee Navy 1895-early 1900s
M1903 Springfield Bolt-action .30-06 Springfield 1903-1957
M1916 Mosin–Nagant Bolt-action 7.62×54R 1918-c.1921
M1917 Enfield Bolt-action .30-06 Springfield 1917-1943
M1 Garand Semi-automatic .30-06 Springfield 1936-1963 (some used into the 1970s)
M1 Carbine Semi-automatic .30 Carbine 1942-1960s
M2 Carbine Selective fire .30 Carbine 1945-1960s
M14 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1959–Present Standard issue until 1970
Currently used as a marksman rifle
M16 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1964–Present Standard rifle of USMC
M4A1 Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 1994–Present Standard carbine of US Army
MK 17 Mod 0 (FN SCAR-H) Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 2009–present Used by all branches of USSOCOM

Uruguay[]

File:Ak-101.jpg

AK-101

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Gewehr 98 Bolt Action 7.92×57mm Mauser 1898-1958
FN FAL Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1950s-Present
Steyr AUG Selective fire 5.56×45mm NATO 2008–Present

Venezuela[]

File:AK-103 Assault Rifle.JPG

AK-103

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Gewehr 98 Bolt-action 7×57mm Mauser 1898-1960s
FN Model 1949 Semi-automatic 7×57mm Mauser 1950-1960s
FN FAL 50.63 Selective fire 7.62×51mm NATO 1954–Present
AK-103 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 2006–Present

Vietnam[]

File:SKS carbine.jpg

SKS

Firearm Type Calibre Service
Mosin–Nagant Bolt-action 7.62×54mmR 1920s-1960s
SKS Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1960s-1975
Type 56 carbine Semi-automatic 7.62×39mm 1960s-1975
AK-47 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1960s-2000s
Type 56 Assault Rifle Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1960s-2000s
AKM Selective fire 7.62×39mm 1960s-Present
XM177E2 Selective fire 5.56×45mm 1960s-Present
IMI Tavor TAR-21 Selective fire 5.56×45mm 2012–Present
Galil ACE 31/32 Selective fire 7.62×39mm 2015–Present

See also[]

  • List of assault rifles

References[]

  1. Wolfdieter Hufnagel, U.S. Karabiner .30 M1, Stuttgart 1994, Template:ISBN
  2. Template:Cite book
  3. 3.0 3.1 Template:Cite book
  4. GRAND-DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG
  5. Jones, Richard D. Jane's Infantry Weapons 2009/2010. Jane's Information Group; 35th edition (January 27, 2009). Template:ISBN.
  6. 6.0 6.1 http://forum.wmasg.pl/index.php?/topic/42132-ak-74-m4-i-m203-w-wojsku-polskim/
  7. Template:Cite book
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