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Since their inception guns and rifles have drastically altered the landscape of war, leaders and authority. We have researched and compiled the Top Ten Military Rifles of all time that have re-defined history, including their specifications and uses.
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Since their inception guns and rifles have drastically altered the landscape of war, leaders and authority. We have researched and compiled the Top Ten Military Rifles of all time that have re-defined history, including their specifications and uses.

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10. STURMGEWEHR 44

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Assault Rifle
Country of Origin: Germany
Caliber: 7.92 x 33 mm (.30 inch0,br> Cartridge Capacity: 30 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 2,133 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 500 rounds per minute

The Wehrmacht hadn't been at war with the Soviet Union for long when it became clear that German infantry with their bolt-action Mausers were often at a disadvantage in firefights with Russian automatic weapons. In response, German armament developers came up with a revolutionary new weapon: the first "assault rifle" (the literal translation of the German Sturmgewehr). The key to its success was a shorter 7.92 mm round that allowed for effective automatic fire and permitted soldiers to carry sufficient ammunition. The Sturmgewehr came too late to play a significant role in World War II, but it wins high marks for innovation.

9. 1903 SPRINGFIELD

Type: Bolt-Action Rifle
Country of Origin: United States
Caliber: 7.62 x 63 mm (.30-06 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 5 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 2,700 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 10 rounds per minute

The relatively poor performance of the Norwegian Krag-Jorgensen rifle used by U.S. troops in the Spanish-American War led American planners to look elsewhere for a standard infantry weapon. They "borrowed" the more effective action found on the German 7mm Mauser, added a few modifications, and produced a magazine-fed rifle that boasted phenomenal accuracy. The 1903 quickly gained a reputation as an outstandingly accurate and powerful firearm -- at the Battle of Belleau Woods in 1918, U.S. Marines armed with Springfields cut down enemy counterattacks from 700 to 800 yards away. The rifle continued in service through World War II and Korea and even saw combat as a sniper rifle in Vietnam.

8. M14

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Rifle
Caliber: 7.62 x 51 mm (.30 inch)
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 2,799 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 700–750 rounds per minute

By the end of World War II, with an American infantry platoon carrying as many as four different weapons -- and four types of ammo -- the U.S. Army decided to develop a single weapon that could fulfill multiple roles. The result was the M14. First fielded in 1957, the rugged, accurate new rifle had plenty of stopping power with the standard NATO 7.62 mm round. It first saw major action in Vietnam, where soldiers liked its performance but struggled with the weight of both gun and ammunition. Before long it was phased out in favor of the lighter M16, but a few frontline units still use the classic weapon, primarily as a sniper rifle.

7. STEYR AUG

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Bull-Pup Assault Rifle
Country of Origin: Austria
Caliber: 5.56 x 45 mm (.22 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 30 and 42 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 3,084 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 650 rounds per minute

Looking more like a weapon from a science-fiction movie, the Steyr's only serious "flaw" is the advanced design that seemed to scare away potential customers after its introduction in 1977. In this radically new "bull-pup" configuration most of the barrel, receiver and action, instead of being in front of the operator's firing hand, is all moved back in the stock, resulting in a remarkably compact weapon that is light and easy to handle. The Steyr also features an interchangeable barrel system, a transparent magazine, and optional left or right shell ejection capability.

6. MAUSER K98k CARBINE

Type: Bolt-Action Rifle
Country of Origin: Germany
Caliber: 7.92 x 57 mm (.30 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 5 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: approximately 2,822 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 10-15 rounds per minute

First produced at the end of the 19th century, the Mauser 98 was the perfect synthesis of the many innovations that rifles had undergone during the late 19th century: smokeless powder, clips that could be fed into magazines and, most of all, its superb bolt action that is still the basis for most modern hunting rifles. The original model 98 was used during World War I to great effect, but when Germany started rearming in the 1930s the rifle received upgrades that made it lighter and easier to sight and shoot. Inevitably outgunned by automatic weapons, the Mauser nevertheless stands as one of the legendary rifles of the modern age.

5. LEE-ENFIELD SMLE

Type: Bolt-Action Rifle
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Caliber: 7.7 x 56 mm (.30 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 10 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: approximately 2,438 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 15-20 rounds per minute

The standard infantry weapon of British troops from World War I to the 1956 Suez crisis, the Lee-Enfield SMLE (pronounced "smelly") built its reputation on reliability, accuracy and a phenomenal rate of fire. Its magazine carried 10 bullets, the largest capacity of any rifle on the battlefield during the first half of the 20th century. Its short bolt action cocked on closing, and its muzzle cap prevented dirt from clogging the weapon. In the hands of a well-trained infantryman, the Lee-Enfield could perform what was called the "mad minute," i.e., thirty rounds hitting a target 200 meters distant in one minute, a volume of fire that rivals modern semiautomatic weapons.

4. M1 GARAND

Type: Semiautomatic
Rifle Country of Origin: United States
Caliber: 7.62 x 63 mm (.30-06 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 8 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 2,838 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 30 rounds per minute

Adopted by the U.S. Army in 1936, the M1 Garand proved to be a tough, heavy battle rifle when it entered combat five years later. General Patton remarked at the end of World War II that the M1 may have been the greatest battle implement ever devised. A bit of a stretch perhaps, but there's no doubt that the M1 was the first successful semiautomatic rifle issued in any quantity that had the ruggedness and accuracy to dominate the battlefield. Over 6.25 million Garands had been manufactured by the time it was taken out of service in the early 1960s.

3. FN FAL

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Rifle
Country of Origin: Belgium
Caliber: 7.62 x 51 mm (.30 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 20 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 2,700 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 650-700 rounds per minute

Inspired by the Sturmgewehr 44, the Belgian manufacturer Fabrique Nationale (FN) originally developed the FAL around the same intermediate round used by the German gun, but when NATO issued the requirement for the longer 7.62 mm, FN altered the design and created a heavy hitter that packs a punch -- and a potent kick. The FAL soon became one of the classic weapons of the Cold War, used by over 50 countries, even if it proved tough to handle in full auto mode. The rifle gave good service to the Australian army in the jungles of Vietnam, to Israeli troops during the Six-Day War and was used by both sides in the fight for the Falkland Islands.

2. M16

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Assault Rifle
Country of Origin: United States
Caliber: 5.56 x 45 mm (.223 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 20-30 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: Approximately 3,281 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 700-950 rounds per minute

Although it took a little time to work out the gun's jamming problems during its combat trials in the early 1960s, the M16 has proven to be an outstanding performer with superb accuracy, handling, service length and combat effectiveness. The rifle fulfilled the U.S. military's desire to develop a lightweight modern assault rifle that could replace the semiautomatic M1 and its selective-fire counterpart, the M14. Its innovative features include lighter metal alloy and plastic construction, a simple gas reload system and the use of 5.56 mm ammunition, allowing soldiers to carry twice the amount of ammunition for the same weight of 7.62 mm rounds.

1. AK-47

Type: Semi or Fully Automatic Assault Rifle
Country of Origin: Soviet Union
Caliber: 7.62 x 39 mm (.30 inch)
Cartridge Capacity: 30 rounds
Muzzle Velocity: 2,329 feet per second
Rate of Fire: 600 rounds per minute

With over 75 million built worldwide, the AK-47 (a.k.a., "Kalashnikov") is a firearms legend that has probably inflicted more lethal results than any other single weapon system ever produced. Built on the same basic design as the German Sturmgewehr, it chambered an intermediate round and was built from stamped parts. The AK-47 was not only easy to produce and relatively cheap, is also proved remarkably easy to maintain and virtually immune to conditions that could easily take out other guns. Accuracy is average, but the Kalashnikov compensates for this with its ability to unleash a lethal wall of lead.

39 Comments

7 years 1 week ago, 7:20 PM

Anonymous

IMHO, the M1 Garand should have the FN FAL's spot.

6 years 50 weeks ago, 8:35 AM

Anonymous

M1 vs FAL

Honestly, the FAL has been issued in over 85 countries and became known as "the right arm of the free world". The M1 was indeed a significant advantage for the Americans in WW1, but I can't picture it as being more important overall than the FAL.

7 years 6 days ago, 3:49 PM

Anonymous

I would not have the M-16 ranked 2. While as effective and probally more effective that some other 5.56 mm weapons (when working), I continue to hear of serious problems with jamming and reliability regardless of the minor changes in the basic design over the years. Because it is so widely used most notably with US forces, it seems to me that there is a movement to minimize jamming / reliability problems. There are still many reports coming from Iraq regarding continued problems with the weapon.

I would have the SMLE ranked higer, perhaps even at 2. We are looking at a weapon that served superbly in the WW I and WW II and up until 1956. For years, it held the largest magazine capacity of all basic infantry rifes; rate of fire that rivaled semi-automatic rifles. This is significant for a bolt action rifle. This combined with good accuracy and widespread use with the British and other Common-Wealth countries. I think that the SMLE was the best overall bolt action combat rifle

I think the M-1 has too high a rating. Yes, it is a good design and the first sem-automic rife to be widely issued to any army. It proved very effective in WW II. Regardless of this, it had a short service lengh compared other rifes and it had an aukward loading system. I think the FAL should be ranked ahead. It is still in use in some countries to this day and came on the seen in the 1950's. It was used effectively by several countries in many theatres of operations. Despite its weight and the full powered 7.62 mm cartridge, Austrailian forces were very impressed with its performance in Vietnam. I think that the fact that over 90 countries used it at one time or another speaks volumns as well.

My two cents worth.

6 years 41 weeks ago, 3:58 AM

Anonymous

I agree and Disagree

You are right to say that the m16 should not be ranked 2nd because of jamming issues. The jamming was not the rifles fault, more the fault of the US military especially in Vietnam, the heat of the jungle and the constant moisture in the air meant the gun needed to be cleaned regularly and not enough cleaning kits were supplied so the gun would jam quite often.
I think the m16 should be in the top 10 but not 2nd, because of its versatility and because it has been on the scene since the early 60's.

7 years 2 days ago, 10:43 AM

Anonymous

What about the SKS? I find it hard to believe it is not on the list. Isn't it the gun that the north Veitnamese used? Just wondering. I also know that it is standard issue for the Chinese army.

7 years 1 day ago, 6:05 PM

Anonymous

m16

M16 should be #1 AK-47 should not even be listed accuracy is everything. I've never had a problem with my M-16 unless i use cheap bullets which I do not suggest.

6 years 50 weeks ago, 8:29 AM

Anonymous

AK47 vs M16

The AK-47 definitely deserves its place above the M16 on the list. There are more AKs in the world than any other military weapon. It is one of the most reliable firearms that never needs cleaning or maintenance. The M16s direct gas impingement system is troublesome - if it weren't, there wouldn't be manufacturers like H&K who are rebuilding the basic design without the direct impingement.

The M16 has done a lot to reshape the battlefield, but the AK has been the workhorse rifle of the world.

6 years 47 weeks ago, 11:51 PM

Anonymous

i also think the m16 should be
# 1 the ak is very powerful and more have been made that dosent mean it is the best the m16 has excellent accuracy , good handling also the gun is light and it can hold more ammo because the size of rounds

6 years 22 weeks ago, 10:47 PM

Anonymous

M16 not AK

are you kidding?? the 7.62 round punches alot harder, also those M16s are notorious fro jamming IN the field, nevermind just plinking rounds.

The reliebility cannot be beaten, which is paramount, and its fine in semi automatic for accuracy. The length is also significantly shorter, almost 150mm shorter.

And in a close up fight, the full auto capabilities give it an advantage over the burst fire. And being hit (melee) with an AK is alot worse, steel and wood over aluminium and plastic

The M16 is lucky to be even second

6 years 47 weeks ago, 2:02 PM

Anonymous

OK any blog on the ten best rifles that changed history is bound to be somewhat subjective. I don't think that anyone would dispute that the AK 47 should be top - its a tough, no nonsense killing system. However I'd raise some issues though on the omission of the original Kentucky/Pennsylvania rifles that effectively allowed American insurgents to pick off musket weilding British Red Coats (especially their high ranking officers at long range) during the war of independence - where are they on the list? They changed history and European armies' appreciation for a rifle rather than a smooth bore.

In addition I think that the M1 Garand should be placed 10th or lower - whilst a technical innovation it came late in WW2 and was hardly a war winner when compared to the Lee Enfield SMLE which served most British Empire troops during two WWs or the German Mauser which had the same distinction. Early versions were unreliable compared to the Springfields that they replaced. Equally so is the FN placed too high? It was carried by many troops worldwide but was never used extensively during a real conflict except for the three mentioned. Compared to the AK or even the M1 its a pig to use effectively - heavy and with a kick like a mule and completely uncontrollable in full auto. Just my thoughts for what they are worth.

6 years 44 weeks ago, 4:32 AM

Anonymous

HI

HI

6 years 38 weeks ago, 8:12 PM

Anonymous

Mosin Nagant & SKS???

I would have liked to see the Mosin Nagant and the SKS on the list.

6 years 38 weeks ago, 8:34 PM

Anonymous

Overall

As far as the mordern M16 goes is a compleatly differant weapon than it was in the 1960's when it first entered service. The American government while the M16 was first issued was out to show the world that the soviets were not the only ones who could devlope a great infantry rifle. So they said it was better than the AK-47 in everyway and even went as far as saying that the weapon was so advanced it didn't need to be cleaned... ever. Also the american government, ever the cheapwad, changed the type of powder used in the 5.56 round causeing shell to expand when exposed to moisture (an abundancy in veitnam) meaning if the shell was left in the chamber it will become comleatly jamed and the only way to get it out is to run a cleaning rod (which were not issued) down the barrel. Yes the M16 had teething problems but to say that it doesnt deserve to even be on the list of top ten battle rifles is flat out ignerent. The M16 has proven itself a extreemly capable and even a near world beating weapopn. I would really like to see these reports of jamming problems from iraq. i have served two tours in Iraq with my M16 at my side and have never had the weapon give a any trouble what so ever and nither have any of my squadmates. Also the AK-47 should be on the list as well it has had the longest service length of any assult rifle and is an extreemly reliable weapon unfortunately it is more of a club than a sergical tool. good for an untrained terrorist but not much else. The SKS is pretty much the same way as the AK it was stamped out by the millions and handed to any backwoods farmer who wanted to "stand up" for communism. Sean Hickey you say that the FN-FAL should be ranked higher than the M1! Rediculas! Need I remind you that the M1 is the grandaddy of all modern battle rifles. Need i reminde you that FN-FALs have far more jamming problems than the M16 that you pretty much tared and feathered for teething problems. The FN-FAL was frequently found jammed next to dead Israilis in their many wars against their arab neighbors in which the israilis used the weapon. In my opinion that is the weapon that shouldn't be on the list not the M16. O and the countries that still use the FN-FAL are pretty much to poor or don't care enough about their militay might to replace it. I would also like to know Sean Hickey have you ever been in combat? carring a the HEAVY HEAY FN-FAL or any heavy weapon is not fun. also the added wight means that you have to sacrifice other equipment or ammunition that i could have otherwise carred but if you dont think extra ammunition is important in a firefight well go ahead and carry the FN-FAL.

6 years 24 weeks ago, 5:39 PM

Anonymous

Agree & disagree;

I like several of the above mentioned. When in the USMC during the Viet nam era the rifle school I attended used the M-14. Other than the weight I loved it and it always performed. Many of us fired expert at 600 meters. The stopping power of a .308 is hard to beat. When I got out I bought one (Springfield Armory) for a deer rifle. I also got an SKS put on an American sized stock and hunt with it a lot. Although much older now and I use a bi-pod or rest I can still get all my deer at 300-400 yards.

6 years 23 weeks ago, 12:13 PM

Anonymous

Nagant???

The Nagant has the longest service of all of those rifles, and its bolt and reciever are still on front line duty today in the Finnish Tkiv-85 sniper rifle. Some parts on those rifles date back to the 1890s.

6 years 23 weeks ago, 3:48 PM

Anonymous

ak 47 s m16

As we all know majority always win,a lot of people ordered ak 47 compare to m16, same as more head is better than one. operating a gun doest need smart person, or atleast 100 iq, people who uses it just know which is better that simple.

6 years 23 weeks ago, 11:36 AM

Anonymous

Ak-47 vs. M-16

ok obviously the M16 has more accuracy but that doesn't mean it's better because the most popular gun in the world (with more than 75 million copies sold) it's obviously prefered over the M16 because the majority of the the consumers and creators see the AK-47's overall as being better than the M16's accuracy. Which just goes to show the AK-47 is dominant over the M16.

6 years 23 weeks ago, 11:44 AM

Anonymous

M16 vs Ak-47

Its a known fact that the AK-47 is the better gun. True with a M16 you can accuratley shoot something but that does not make it better then the Ak's ability to shoot faster with musch better mobility,witch is why to this day there has been over 75 million sold Ak-47s. That is why the Ak-47 is better then the M16

6 years 23 weeks ago, 3:58 PM

Anonymous

ak84

AK47 cal 7.62x39 have weak charge, you cannot precise nothing what is on distance more than 50m but work in rain, mud, sand M16 are precise but more expensive , mud, sand, soil easy can block M16, and you cannot use riffle. AK47 are much more weak than M16, but new rifle AK84 I think are better cal 5.45x39 , bullet are much more longer and small cal than M16 (5.56) so AK84 5.45 are unstable when hit target. This bullet so call "bone breaker" in live tissue stop spin and long hard bullet make more damage on target than M16 5.56 (because this effect cannot happened)
So all is question what effect you need, how expensive riffle and in what real condition you need.
For street fight,or far a way of civilization I will be chose AK47 or new model AK84 , but for sniper shoot I will be chose M16
Something more is interested, parts of firearms are finished almost unique
but on AK47 you can use parts from another AK47 with no problem. It will be work still same.

6 years 22 weeks ago, 11:14 AM

Anonymous

New Top Ten

When is the next top ten comparison going to be held? I' like to see how H&K's H416 & 417's stand up to the LWRC' M6 & PSD w/ the 6.8mm. The gas-piston operation is much better than the old problematic impingement system, I believe.

6 years 22 weeks ago, 8:15 PM

Anonymous

m16 is better

i think the ak-47 is a very powerful gun but the m16 is definatley better it is light-weight it has great accuracy and it holds more rounds the m16 should be #1 on the list and the ak-47 should be #2

6 years 22 weeks ago, 10:55 AM

Anonymous

ak 47

They have a AK47 pistol is it as good as the rifle

6 years 22 weeks ago, 12:02 PM

Anonymous

m16 sucks

by what i have read none of you have any experience with any of these weapons. m16 has no penetration.

6 years 22 weeks ago, 4:13 PM

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Anonymous wrote:
by what i have read none of you have any experience with any of these weapons. m16 has no penetration.

I'm thinking more like YOU have no experience with the M-16, because it DOES have penetration. Not the off the shelf ammo, but the M855 62 grain steel core will penetrate body armor...I've tested it myself.

6 years 22 weeks ago, 10:52 PM

Anonymous

TRUE!

I strongly aggree

6 years 21 weeks ago, 4:16 PM

Anonymous

pretty acurate

m16 should have been first even though i like ak 47s more m16 should have been in first because ak 47s are flimsy and sometimes rust and the barells are flimsy and are unacurate and m16s are more acurate and stirdy

6 years 21 weeks ago, 5:06 PM

Anonymous

M16 shouldn't be ranked first. The M16 is a good rifle. It has great accuracy, high firing rate, and good handling. It has problems though most notability with reliability. Although today's M16 is a lot more reliable than the first M16, still not as reliable as an Ak-47. The Ak-47's reliability is legendary and rarely fails. It also has the bigger 7.6mm round which gives the AK better penetration. The Ak-47 is the world's most popular rifle. The one problem with the Ak-47 is it's accuracy which is much less than a M16. Despite that the Ak-47 not the m16 should be first.

6 years 13 weeks ago, 6:55 PM

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I have owned an sks fired ar-15 now own a mossin nagant 7.62 by 54 fired a springfield 30-06 fired an 308 enfield but my favorite for acuracy, range and knock down power is still the mauser 98 8X57 that my dad had in full military dress it's only draw back as far as I am concerned were it's wieght and recoil.

3 years 50 weeks ago, 3:49 PM

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10.Springfield M1903
9.Sturmgevher (STG) 44
8.M1A1 Carbine
7.M16A4
6.FN FAL
5.FN S.C.A.R (SOF COMBAT ASSAULT RIFLE)
5.HK G36
4.XM177E1 (CAR-15 commando)
3.Enfield SA80 (Small Arms for the 1980's)
2.AK-47 (Avtomat Kalashnikova 1947)
1.MK. 14 MOD 0. Enhanced (M14-EBR)

If you are un familiar with any of these look e'm up Modern Firearms.com (Not My Website)

3 years 46 weeks ago, 9:07 PM

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top 10 military rifles

I respect all the coments but the truth is all of you need a course in ballistics the m16 shoots a 5.56mm or 223 rem this round was made for small game not for stopping humans further more the 223 at 400yds and futher out the bullet energy drops off so bad you can slap it down you need a head shot to effectily stop anybody NOW the M1 grand shoots 7.62x63 or a 3006 this round has stopping power soft body armor wont stop it and it will kill out past 1000yds in a street fight walls wont stop it cars stop it so it hold eigth rounds big deal learn to shoot better as for the wiegth 9.5 lbs so what so it reciols oh well that is the trade off if you are a man and not a panty waist I have been reloading rounds for more than 20yrs I have also carried the m16 for 13 years in military sevice bottom line the m1 3006 is far better in any military action or steet fight the ballistic said so

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is about the top 10 military rifles there sspurgeon,what are your other 9 picks? Play nice or I will send you packing.

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
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I am sorry about my coment i was just stating a point of view from my knowleage of ammo and ballistics

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my top 10

AK-47 M1-GRAND BROWNING BAR THOMSON M-14 03 SPRINGFIELD K98 MOSIN NAGANT 1895 WINCHESTER SADDLE RING CARBINE 3006

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I agree with the rankings here!!!

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overall best rifles

my sks is a chinese spotre no mispell it feed,s with any ak magazine and shoot,s great without the cost of a a.k.

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best rifle,s

but if the zombie,s come out to play my fal get,s the nod it will stop people and car,s equeally and it allway,s hammer,s whatever i want

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best rifles.

i agree with this list i love the AK-47 and my favorite accual rifle is the M1 Garand

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Ar15 and SKS

I own both and would definitely choose SKS for close range. Ar15 does well in both situations but you can carry more ammo. That's the advantage but it only takes 1 shot.

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