10 Melhores Rifles de Assalto do Mundo

10 Best Assault Rifle of the World

1. AK-47 
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This is without question the most widely used and popular assault rifle in the world. The AK-47 was developed by Mikhail Kalashnikov for the Soviet Army for the Soviet armed forces. It has a kickback gas action for ejecting the cartridge. The standard AK 47 fire a 7.62×39 mm cartridge has a muzzle velocity of 2300 ft\sec and a range of 1300 ft.

Photo: Maj. Kevin M. Corcoran, who will be augmenting 2nd Marine Division operations, as assistant plans officer, fires the AK-47 assault rifle Jan. 7, as part of training held for Reserve Marines deploying to Iraq.

2. FN SCAR
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The SOF Combat Assault Rifle or SCAR-L of US and Belgium parentage was made primarily for the US Special Forces and fires a 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge. It has a rate of fire between 600-650 rounds per minute and an effective range of 500-600—meters.

Photo:  Rangers from 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, Fort Benning, G.A. stand at attention on the infield of the Lowes Motor Speedway, during the Coca Cola 600 NASCAR pre-race military appreciation show in Concord, N.C. on May 24, 2009, as they are honored for their service to the USA.

3. Steyr AUG
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The Steyr AUG is designed by Steyr Mannlicher GmbH & Co KG of Austria. The rifle features a two stage trigger and is fed from double column box magazines with a 30 round capacity It fires a 5.56x 45mm NATO cartridge, has a rate of fire of 680-850 rounds per minute, an effective range of 300m and is fed by a 30 or 42 round box magazine.

Photo:  Private Daniel McCulloch of the 9th Royal Queensland Regiment, holding an F88 5.56mm rifle, allows a vehicle to pass through his security check point. U.S. and Australian Forces are joining together to take part in exercise Crocodile '99 in the Shoalwater Bay Training Area, Queensland, Australia.

4. M-16
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The M-16 is the standard rifle for the US armed forces. The M-16 is a 5.56 calibers lightweight, air cooled, magazine fed, gas operated rifle with a rotating bolt driven by a direct impingement gas operation. The M-16 is effective within a range of 550m and a rate of fire of 700-950 rounds a minute.

Photo: ABOARD USS ESSEX – PFC David Lindsay, a rifleman with Company F of the Battalion Landing Team, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, and a Fort Worth, Texas native, fires his M16 A4 service rifle to battle site zero his new advanced combat optical gun sight on the elevator platform here May 10. About 190 Marines with Co. F, also known as the Blackhearts, conducted the shoot to adjust the new gun sights the company mounted on all of its rifles. The MEU and the Sasebo Forward Deployed Amphibious Ready Group are sailing toward the Kingdom of Thailand to participate in Exercise Cobra Gold 2006.

5. M-4
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The M-4 5.56mm assault is of US origin, it is produced by Colt Defense. It fires a 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge, has a gas operated rotating bolt action and has a rate of fire of 700-950 rounds per minute. It has an effective range of 300m.

Photo:  A shell casing flies out with a trail of smoke as U.S. Army Pfc. Michael Freise fires an M-4 rifle during a reflex firing exercise at the Rodriguez Live Fire Complex, Republic of Korea.

6. Heckler & Koch HK416
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The HK 416 is an assault rifle manufactured by Heckler & Koch. It is of mixed German and American parentage. It is the standard weapon for the American Delta Force. It has a rate of fire of 850 rounds per minute and fires a 5.56 x 45 NATO cartridge.

Photo:   Norwegian soldier in Faryab province, Afghanistan, armed with an HK416 rifle.

7. Barrett REC7
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The REC7 is of American origin and is manufactured by the Barret Firearms Company. The REC7 uses the new 6.8mm Remington RPC cartridge. It has a gas operated rotating bolt action and has a muzzle velocity of 2650 ft per second. It has an effective range of 600m and a cyclic fire rate of 750 rounds per minute.

8. FAMAS
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The FAMAS is manufactured I n France by the MAS located in Saint Etienne It was designed by Paul Tellie It has an effective range of 300m and a rate of fire of 1000 rounds per minute.

Photo:  2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment (2e Régiment étranger de parachutistes)

9. L85A2
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This assault rifle is in the British Army frontline service… It is an Enfield rifle and. Has a magazine capacity of 30 rounds, fires 650 rounds a minute and has an effective range 0f 500ms.

Photo: Royal Netherlands Marine Corps Capt. Charles Suilen (kneeling prone position), attached to the U.S. Marine Corps 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade, Camp Lejuene, N.C., fires an SA-80 (Small Arms for the 1980s) assault rifle down range at Sierra Prieta, Dominican Republic, on April 20, 2004, during unilateral training at the Joint Task Force Tradewinds 04 Multinational Training Exercise.

10. G36

The G36 is of German origin and is manufactured by Heckler &Koch It fires a 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge, has got a gas operated rotating bolt action fires 750 rounds per minute and has an effective range of 600m.

Photo: US Army (USA) 1st Infantry Division (ID) Soldiers, part of the USA Task Force (TF) Sabre force, fire a Heckler-Koch 5.56 mm G36 assault rifle on the live-fire range at Orahovac, Kosovo, Serbia (SER), as they participate in the German Army (Bundeswehr) Schuetzenschnur weapons qualification in order to earn the German Army Marksmanship Badge. TF Sabre is the designation for the US European Command (USEUCOM) forces assigned to the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) led, Macedonia-based, peacekeeping Kosovo Force (KFOR) during Operations JOINT ENDEAVOR/GUARDIAN.

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