M1 Garand rifle/Related Articles

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  • Stub gun: Either a general term for firearm, or a type of artillery with a relatively long barrel with respect to caliber, giving the projectile a fairly flat trajectory [e]
  • Stub Firearm: Device, often designed to be used as a weapon, which projects either single or multiple projectiles at high velocity, using the energy of gases generated by a controlled explosion. [e]
  • Developing Article Infantry: Soldiers that directly confront the enemy, overcoming them with fire and maneuver while on foot or in specialized vehicles [e]
  • Developing Article Rifle: Primarily a shoulder-filed individual weapon, used for hunting, target shooting, and infantry combat; the term may also apply to larger artillery pieces with rifled barrels that impart stabilizing spin to their projectiles [e]

Other rifles mentioned in Citizendium

Guns that are not rifles

  • Developing Article artillery: Crew-served military devices for propelling payloads over distance [e]
  • Developing Article machine gun: A firearm capable not only of full-automatic fire, but with additional features, such as large ammunition supply mechanisms, barrel cooling or quick-change features, etc., that lets it fire for prolonged periods [e]
  • Developing Article pistol: A firearm intended primarily to be operated while held in the user's hand [e]
  • Developing Article shotgun: An individual weapon used in sport, police, or military applications, generally firing multiple small projectiles ("shot") rather than a single bullet [e]
  • Developing Article submachine gun: A firearm that can shoot a pistol cartridge (i.e., less powerful than a rifle cartridge) in full-automatic mode [e]
  • Battle rifle: A military rifle that fires a full-power rifle cartridge (e.g., 7.62x51mm NATO), and is heavier but longer-ranged than assault rifles; generally issued to snipers and designated marksmen [e]