With the arrival of assault rifles, earlier military long guns firing a full-powered rifle cartridge were rebranded as Battle Rifles.There are a total of 22 Battle Rifles in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
The Type 4 semi-automatic rifle - the so-called Japanese Garand - was a near-direct copy of the classic American M1...
Nearly 10,000 of the AR-10 Battle Rifles were produced by a variety of manufacturers since the late-1950s....
Beretta familiarity with producing the war-winning American M1 Garand led to the evolution that was the BM59 Battle...
The sturdy, if unspectacular, FN FAL automatic rifle became a popular standard for NATO-aligned countries during th...
Design of the Fabrique Nationale SAFN actually began prior to World War 2 but the German invasion of 1940 delayed i...
The HK 417 is chambered for the 7.62mm NATO standard cartridge and is categorized as a Battle Rifle....
The German-originated Heckler and Koch HK G3 assault rifle was, and continues to be, a robust and reliable weapon s...
Though still in production, the Howa Type 64 has since been overtaken in use by the Howa Type 89 assault rifle....
The IWI Galil ACE is a further evolution of the well-established Israeli Galil assault rifle series and represents ...
The M1 Garand was the principle frontline rifle of American forces worldwide for a time - it saw considerable actio...
The MAS 49 was the culmination of steady progression made by the French concerning self-loading rifles of the 1940s...
The Mark 14 Mod 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle is a specialized version of the M14 Battle Rifle, originally issued to USNS...
The MKEK MPT Assault Rifle was selected to replace the existing stock of foreign-born HK G3 and HK33 assault weapon...
The Pindad SS4 will join the SS automatic firearms line for the Indonesia Army in the coming years as a dedicated B...
The R1 Battle Rifle was nothing more than the Fabrique National FN-FAL locally-produced under license in South Afri...
The SIG AK-53 served its days as an experimental battle rifle design by the Swiss company as it was not adopted by ...
The SIG 510 was a no-frills, self-loading rifle appearing from Switzerland during the post-World War 2 period....
The SG 542 represented a less-popular 7.62x51mm alternative to the SG 540 5.56mm SG offering....
The SIG SG 716 comes in four distinct forms, each tailored to suit a certain tactical requirement....