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since the REVOLUTIONARLY war and the kentuky needle rifles, all US rifles outshine other countries rifles in accuracy.

Anyone elso notice how much more accurate US guns r in military mode?

THE 1903, M1 GARAND
M14
M-16

ALL OF THEM R RENOWNED FOR ACCURACY,,,THE M-16 WINS COMPS ALL THE TIME.

* In active service (all branches)
o M4/M4A1 Carbine (Automatic carbine, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO)
o M16A2/A3/A4 (Automatic rifle, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO)
* In active service (some branches, secondary or limited roles)
o HK 416 Carbine (Automatic carbine, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO) (US Army Asymmetric Warfare Group Only)
o Colt M723/M725 (M16A2 carbine, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO)
o M1 Garand(Semi-Automatic Rifle, 7.62 x 51 mm NATO) (In use by the U.S. Marine Corps Silent Drill Team)
o M14 (Selective Fire Rifle, 7.62 x 51 mm NATO)
o M14 SMUD (Stand-off Munition Disruption rifle, M14 with scope, used to destroy unexploded ordnance)
o GUU-5/P (Automatic carbine, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO) (USAF only)
o M16/A1 (5.56 x 45 mm NATO rifle) (limited numbers remain in use/inventory)
o CAR-15 Carbine (M16 w/ 16" barrel, 5.56 x 45 mm )
* Out of service 'obsolete'
o Colt Model 653 (M16A1 Carbine, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO)
o AR-15/Colt Model 601/602 (5.56 x 45 mm NATO rifle) (USAF and SOF use)
o Heckler & Koch G3 (7.62 x 51 mm NATO rifle) (special forces use only)
o Harrington & Richardson T223 (HK33; Select Fire Rifle, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO) (Navy SEALs only)
o AK-47/AKS-47/AKM/AKMS (Automatic Rifle, 7.62 x 39 mm) (Limited use by special operations units)
o Type 56 (Automatic Rifle, 7.62 x 39 mm) (Limited use by special operations units)
o SKS (Semi-Automatic Carbine, 7.62 x 39 mm) (Limited use by special operations units)
o XM23 Carbine (Selective Fire Carbine, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO)
o XM22/E1 Rifle (Selective Fire Rifle, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO)
o Mk 4 Mod 0 (Suppressed Rifle, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO)
o M1 Garand (Semi-Automatic Rifle, .30-'06)
o M1941 Johnson rifle (Semi-Automatic Rifle, .30-'06)
o M1918 BAR (.30-'06)
o M1917 (a/k/a Enfield Bolt Action Rifle; .30-'06)
o M1903/A1/A3 (a/k/a Springfield Bolt Action Rifle; .30-'03, .30-'06)
o M1895 Navy (Navy Lee, 6 mm Navy)
o M1892/M1896/M1898 Rifle (a/k/a Krag Bolt Action Rifle; .30-40 Krag)
o M1892/M1896/M1898/M1899 Carbine (a/k/a Krag Bolt Action Carbine; .30-40 Krag)
o M1885 Remington-Lee (Bolt-action rifle; .45-70 Gov)
o M1882 Short Rifle (.45-70 Gov.)
o M1882 Remington-Lee (Bolt-action rifle; .45-70 Gov.)
o M1879 Remington-Lee (Bolt-action rifle; .45-70 Gov.)
o M1877/M1879/M1884/M1886 Carbine (.45-70 Gov. (.45-55-405, .45-70-500)
o M1875 Officers' Rifle (.45-70 Gov.)
o M1873/M1879/M1880/M1884/M1888/M1889 Springfield (a/k/a Trapdoor Springfield;.45-70 Gov. (.45-70-405, .45-70-500))
o M1872 Springfield (a/k/a Rolling Block Springfield; .50-70 Gov.)
o M1865/M1866/M1868/M1869/M1870 Springfield (a/k/a Trapdoor Springfield; .50-70 Gov.)
o M1863 Rifle-Musket (rifle-musket)
o Sharps carbine/rifle (Breech-loader; .42-60-410) (.52 caliber issued to Berdan's 1st and 2nd US Sharpshooters in the US Civil War)
o Smith carbine (Breech-loader (break-open); .50-50-360)
o Henry rifle (Lever-action; .44-26-200)
o Spencer rifle (Lever-action; 56-56 (.52-45-350))
o M1863 Springfield
o M1861 Springfield (.58)
o Burnside Carbine (Breech-loader, .58-60-500)
o Starr Carbine (Breech-loader, .54)
o Colt revolving rifle (Colt Model 1855; 6/5-shot revolver rifle;.44/.56)
o Greene rifle (Bolt-action breech-loader)
o P53 Enfield (.577 (.58))
o P51 Enfield Musketoon ("Artillery Carbine"; 24" barrel, .69)
o Model 1854 Lorenz rifle (Rifle-musket, .54, .58)
o M1859 Sharps ('New model 1859', breech loader; .52, .56)
o M1855 Rifle-Musket
o M1855 Rifle (Percussion muzzle-loader; 58-60-500)
o M1847 Musketoon (Springfield, .69)
o M1842 Musket (Percussion musket, .69)
o M1841 Rifle "Mississippi Rifle" (percussion muzzle-loader;.54 , .58)
o M1840 Musket (flintlock musket;.69)(later percussion)
o M1835 Springfield (flintlock musket; .67 cal)
o M1819 Hall rifle (Harper's Ferry;Breech-loader)
o Model 1822 Musket (Flintlock Musket) .69 (later percussion)
o Model 1816 Musket (Flintlock musket; .69) (Later Percussion)
o Model 1817 Rifle ('Common rifle';Derringer, Johnson, North and Starr; Flintlock rifle, .54) (later percussion)
o Model 1814 Rifle (Deringer; Flintlock rifle)
o Springfield Model 1812 Musket (Flintlock musket; .69)
o Model 1808 Contract Musket (Flintlock musket; .69)
o Harper's Ferry Model 1803 Rifle (Flintlock rifle; .54)
o Model 1795 Musket (Flintlock musket; .69)
o Charleville musket (Flintlock musket; .69)
o Brown Bess (Musket; .75)
o Kentucky Rifle (Flintlock rifle)
o Ferguson rifle (Flintlock breech-loader; .69)
* Experimental
o EX 16 Mod 0 SCAR-L (Multipurpose Rifle, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO) (Active program)
o EX 17 Mod 0 SCAR-H (Multipurpose Rifle, 7.62 x 51 mm NATO) (Active program)
o XM8 (Lightweight Assault Rifle system, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO) (cancelled, October 31, 2005)
o XM29 (Kinetic Energy and Airburst Launcher System; 5.56 x 45 mm NATO and 20 mm airburst munition (XM101825)(early)/25 mm airburst munition) (cancelled, October 31, 2005)
o M4E2 Carbine (Automatic Carbine, 5.56 x 45 mm NATO) (never standardized)
o Gyrojet rifle (13 mm)
o M14E1 (Selective Fire Rifle, 7.62 x 51 mm NATO) (never standardized)
o Misc. Garand Variants (E1-E6 and E9-E14) (Semi-Automatic Rifle, .30-'06)
o Misc. Advanced Combat Rifle entries (concluded 1991)
o Misc. Future Rifle Program entries (cancelled)
o Misc. Special Purpose Individual Weapon (SPIW) entries (concluded/cancelled)
o Pedersen Rifle (.276) (Not Pedersen device)
o Pedersen Device (.30) (w/ M1903)
 
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