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Originally posted by northwolf
Hk makes the G3 and they do have a newer .308 made for SCAR competition...
Originally posted by Browno
AK Series: Possibly the ultimate 'Assault Rifle'. Based on the German MP44 this gun has made its way round the world and is still a sucsess
M-16 Series: Lightweight and versatile, Sucsessor to the AK series? It served US troops since Vietnam and now has lead to more advanced variants such as M-4s n so on
FN Series: FN has made some decent rifles over the years with the FAL as thier lead rifle, It was popular round African/South American countries in the 1960s and
still is today, Was licenced built in Britain/Commonwealth countries but only in semi auto.
H&K Series: Derived from the Spanish CETME rifles, The H&K series uses a Roller Locking Delayed Blowback not like the three mentioned above. The H&K series have been popular with SWAT and SF Units around the world. The only problem with them is that they are quite expensive.
Originally posted by Lonestar24
And yes, if anything the M-16 is the successor of the AK when we are speaking of military and LE relevance. More and more countries and institutions who formerly bought Russian (or copies) are switching to western and specifically American gear.
Caliber: 5.56x45 mm NATO (.223Rem)
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt
Overall length: 1020 mm
Barrel length: 510 mm
Weigth: empty, 3.3 kg; loaded, 3.9 kg
Magazine capacity: 30 rds
-better plastic furniture that wont break in arctic weather (like in the North)
-hammer forged barrell which gives a bit more accuracy.
That's all I can remember!
Originally posted by huws
Are the leading Assault Rifle Series 4?no , it is only 1.!!!!!!!!!!