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    1. M16 (USA): This is an American military adaptation of the ArmaLite AR-15 rifle, which was a scaled-down derivative of Eugene Stoner’s ArmaLite AR-10 design. Known for its lightweight and accuracy, it has been serving since the Vietnam War.
    2. AK-47 (Soviet Union): The Kalashnikov, known as the AK-47, is renowned for its reliability and simplicity. Designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov in 1947, it became the standard-issue rifle in the Soviet Union.
    3. FN FAL (Belgium): Known as “The right arm of the Free World,” this NATO standard rifle was produced by the Belgian armaments manufacturer Fabrique Nationale de Herstal (FN).
    4. Lee-Enfield No.4 MK I (United Kingdom): This British bolt-action rifle was designed to be sturdy, reliable, and to quickly put accurate fire down range.
    5. Heckler & Koch G3 (Germany): Developed in the 1950s by the German armament manufacturer Heckler & Koch, in collaboration with the Spanish state-owned CETME.
    6. FAMAS (France): It is a bullpup-styled assault rifle designed and manufactured in France by MAS, valued for its handling, and it’s a service rifle of the French military.
    7. Steyr AUG (Austria): A bullpup assault rifle developed in the 1960s by Steyr-Daimler-Puch, and it has been adopted by the Austrian Armed Forces as a standard issue.
    8. Tavor TAR-21 (Israel): Developed by Israel Weapon Industries, it’s a bullpup design that is robust, reliable, and designed to cope with harsh conditions.
    9. Type 56 Assault Rifle (China): This is the Chinese license-produced version of the AK-47. It’s widely used around the world by various military forces.
    10. IMI Galil (Israel): Designed by Israel Military Industries (IMI) and based on the AK-47. It has proved to be a reliable and robust weapon with good performance.
    11. AN-94 (Russia): Highly advanced Russian rifle with a unique delayed-recoil system. It’s known for its complexity, high rate of fire, and accuracy.
    12. L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle (United Kingdom): British version of the FN FAL, a battle rifle issued to British and Commonwealth forces.
    13. SIG SG 550 (Switzerland): Widely respected for its quality, precision, and reliability, the SIG SG 550 series was designed for the Swiss Army.
    14. FN SCAR (Belgium): Modular battle/assault rifle that provides a high degree of parts commonality and reduced operator and armorer training cost. It’s used by some units of the United States special forces.
    15. Beretta AR70/90 (Italy): Developed by Beretta, it’s the current service rifle of the Italian Armed Forces. It’s praised for its sturdiness and reliability.
    16. MPT-76 (Turkey): The Modern Infantry Rifle, developed by the Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation. It’s currently the standard service rifle of the Turkish Armed Forces.
    17. QBZ-95 (China): This is a bullpup style assault rifle manufactured by Arsenal 266. A standard issue to the People’s Liberation Army, it’s known for its distinct look and fair performance.
    18. FX-05 Xiuhcoatl (Mexico): The “Fire Serpent” was introduced in 2006, it’s the standard infantry weapon in the Mexican military, appreciated for its flexibility and performance.
    19. AKM (Soviet Union): An improved and lighter variant of the AK-47. It’s even more widely used globally due to its robustness and reliability.
    20. CZ 805 BREN (Czech Republic): Designed and manufactured by the Czech company CZ, this modular assault rifle lets the user configure the weapon according to his needs. It’s accurate, reliable, and currently serves the Czech Armed Force.