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The Worlds Deadliest Assault Rifles

This article features some of the most deadly assault rifles known to man kind! Enjoy!

1. AK-47- This gun is by far the deadliest gun on Earth. There are millions and millions of AK-47’s on this Earth but know one knows exactly how many. They are also very durable and can survive in almost and kind of conditions. The idea of this gun came from Mikhail Kalashnikov in World War 2. The Russians needed an effective automatic weapon of their own. In 1949 it was officially excepted by the Soviet Army and the United States. It became an instant hit because of its durability, cheapness, and accuracy.

2. FN Scar- This weapon ranks number two on my list. It is currently used by the United States Special Forces. It was made by FN Herstal. The FN Scar can fire 625 bullets per minute which is 25 faster than the AK. They are much more expensive than the AK-47 and there and are much less of them in the world. It currently comes in 2 different variants and has 3 different barrel lengths as seen below.


3. M-16- This gun was made by ArmaLite for the Vietnam War. It is mostly known for its use in the Vietnam War. It can fire 45-60 rounds on semi automatic and up to 700-900 rounds cyclic. It is still used today by the U.S. It is less durable than the AK-47 and will stop working if not cleaned regularly.

4. Steyr AUG- This is an Australian assault rifle made in the 1970’s. It was adopted by the Austrian Army and replaced their older less efficient gun.

AA12- OK this obviously isn’t an assault rifle but I put it in here anyways because its so deadly! It is a fully automatic shotgun that can shoot 300 rounds per minute and basically blow anything away in its path! I think it never should have been made because there is no point in shooting 300 rounds of shotgun shells into something! It also has very little recoil making it possible for a child to shoot it. 

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    On May 25, 2011 at 6:26 am

    good display

  2. Melanie T

    On May 25, 2011 at 7:44 am

    My step-father was a hunter and growing up it was my job to clean his rifles. Sometimes he would let me shoot them too. I have to say it took a lot for me to hold something that heavy. To this day I am a much better shot with a 22 or a glock.

  3. observer1

    On May 25, 2011 at 9:02 am

    amazing that a ww2 weapon still top of the pile

  4. DR.VNS

    On May 25, 2011 at 10:16 am

    Amazing weapons.

  5. Cyni1106

    On May 25, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    My uncle worked for the army and built rifles for years, he had a collection of bullets from all the different rifles and guns he made. It was pretty cool. So was your article, thanks for the share. :)

  6. anitismo

    On May 28, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    amazing pictures.

  7. tenraj

    On August 13, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    I like AK and M-16.. they are great while we play counter strike..

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