Top 7 Assault Rifles in The World


Top 7 Assault Rifles in The World Welcome to InterestingTop7s! On our previous military video we smashed
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– let’s talk about something new this time around. Specifically – let’s talk about selective-fire
weapons that use an intermediate cartridge and detachable magazine to seriously F some
stuff up. From international favorites to American-made
tech, Today, let’s take a look at seven of the best and most advanced rifles of all time. Although the ordering may be arguable – their
power certainly isn’t. Number seven – the FN SCAR. The Special Operations Forces Combat Assault
Rifle (or more commonly known as the FN SCAR) has a reason why it’s used in service in over
20 countries around the world – this short-stroke gas piston, self-loading, rotating bolt rifle
has a firing rate capable of 625 rounds a minute. First developed by FN Herstal for the US Special
Operations Command to satisfy the requirements of the SCAR competition – these particular
types of rifles come in two varieties: the SCAR-L – which is chambered in a 5.56 x 45
millimeter NATO cartridge, and the SCAR-H – which fires a 7.62 x 51 millimeter NATO. After first being developed in 2007, they
officially have been used in service since 2009 and continue to gain popularity. Number six – the SIG SG 550. Designed and manufactured by SIG (now known
as Swiss Arms AG), the SG 550 packs more than just one hell of a punch. Also known as the Fass 90 or Stgw 90 (depending
on regional location), the rifle itself is based on the earlier 5.56 millimeter SG 540. This selective-fire 5.56×45mm NATO assault
rifle fires from a closed bolt – meaning the gas-actuated, piston-driven, long-stroke operating
system makes it one of the finest 5.56 mm assault rifles ever made. Since it’s formal introduction in 1986, over
600,000 units have been produced – spawning a load of variants in its wake. With a particular skill in long-range targets
– the advanced sight and scope technology makes this one powerful beast. Number five – the IMI Galil. The Israel Weapon Industries Galil is a family
of Israeli-made small arms that were designed in the late sixties and manufactured by IMI
Ltd of Israel. Named after one of its inventors, Yisrael
Galil, the rifle has a design that heavily borrows from the RK-62 – however, the modified
gas diversion system reduces the recoil, making it notably easier to fire (especially in automatic
mode). Its impressive weapon system employs a line
chambered for the intermediate 5.56×45mm NATO caliber and several models designed for
use with the 7.62×51mm NATO rifle round. Used by military and police forces in over
25 countries – it isn’t hard to see why this rifle is a force to be reckoned with. Number four – the Steyr AUG. The Steyr AUG (or rather, Armee-Universal-Gewehr,
which translates to “universal army rifle”) is an Austrian bullpup 5.56 × 45 millimeter
NATO assault rifle that has become one of the most popular assault rifles of all time. Since its initial production in 1978 – it
has become THE standard small arm of not only the Austrians, but also adopted by the armed
forces of over a dozen other locations and even the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Agency. The weapon family’s impressive array of features
were designed to be quickly adapted to a wide variety of roles by employing a high level
of technically proficient polymer and advanced alloy components. This thing means business. Number three – the Heckler & Koch G36. This 5.56 × 45 millimeter assault rifle doesn’t
mess around – initially designed to serve as a replacement for the heavier 7.62 millimeter
G3 battle rifle, the G36 was conceived by Heckler & Koch in Germany in the early 90s. After some tweaks, the G36 was formally accepted
into service in 1997. With almost ten wars and over 40 serving countries
under its belt, the G36 provides its power from a gas-operated design that feeds from
a 30 round detachable box magazine or 100 round C-Mag drum magazine with a conventional
layout and a modular component design that fires from a closed rotary bolt. In other words, get the hell out of this thing’s
way. Number two – the AK-103. Although these intimidating rifles bear a
striking resemblance to their legendary predecessor, the AK-47 – they’ve been heavily upgraded,
improved and completely revamped to ALMOST top our list. Similar to the older AKM, the AK-103 is chambered
for the 7.62 × 39 millimeter M43 round and can be fitted with an impressively large variety
of sights (like telescopic, night vision and more) and even packs the extra capability
of employing a knife bayonet or grenade launcher. Although the gas-powered mechanism makes it
capable of firing 600 rounds per minute at an effective range of about 500 meters – the
true selling point is it’s plastic components – making it a revolutionary way to both carry
more weight AND avoid corrosion. Number one – the M16. Although this venerable rifle may not be used
AS frequently as it once was – the M16 is still celebrated as one of, if not THE best,
assault rifle of all time. First entering American service in 1964, it
was deployed in Vietnam just one year later as a means to accomplish jungle warfare operations. Top 7 Assault Rifles in The World Welcome to InterestingTop7s! On our previous
military video we smashed a goal of over 5,000 likes, if this video reaches over 2000 likes
we will put out an all new video about your favorite military power! With that said, lets
get started! Since you guys seem to love our military topics
– let’s talk about something new this time around. Specifically – let’s talk about selective-fire
weapons that use an intermediate cartridge and detachable magazine to seriously F some
stuff up. From international favorites to American-made tech, Today, let’s take a look
at seven of the best and most advanced rifles of all time. Although the ordering may be
arguable – their power certainly isn’t. Number seven – the FN SCAR. The Special Operations Forces Combat Assault
Rifle (or more commonly known as the FN SCAR) has a reason why it’s used in service in over
20 countries around the world – this short-stroke gas piston, self-loading, rotating bolt rifle
has a firing rate capable of 625 rounds a minute. First developed by FN Herstal for
the US Special Operations Command to satisfy the requirements of the SCAR competition – these
particular types of rifles come in two varieties: the SCAR-L – which is chambered in a 5.56
x 45 millimeter NATO cartridge, and the SCAR-H – which fires a 7.62 x 51 millimeter NATO.
After first being developed in 2007, they officially have been used in service since
2009 and continue to gain popularity. Number six – the SIG SG 550. Designed and manufactured by SIG (now known
as Swiss Arms AG), the SG 550 packs more than just one hell of a punch. Also known as the
Fass 90 or Stgw 90 (depending on regional location), the rifle itself is based on the
earlier 5.56 millimeter SG 540. This selective-fire 5.56×45mm NATO assault rifle fires from a
closed bolt – meaning the gas-actuated, piston-driven, long-stroke operating system makes it one
of the finest 5.56 mm assault rifles ever made. Since it’s formal introduction in 1986,
over 600,000 units have been produced – spawning a load of variants in its wake. With a particular
skill in long-range targets – the advanced sight and scope technology makes this one
powerful beast. Number five – the IMI Galil. The Israel Weapon Industries Galil is a family
of Israeli-made small arms that were designed in the late sixties and manufactured by IMI
Ltd of Israel. Named after one of its inventors, Yisrael Galil, the rifle has a design that
heavily borrows from the RK-62 – however, the modified gas diversion system reduces
the recoil, making it notably easier to fire (especially in automatic mode). Its impressive
weapon system employs a line chambered for the intermediate 5.56×45mm NATO caliber and
several models designed for use with the 7.62×51mm NATO rifle round. Used by military and police
forces in over 25 countries – it isn’t hard to see why this rifle is a force to be reckoned
with. Number four – the Steyr AUG. The Steyr AUG (or rather, Armee-Universal-Gewehr,
which translates to “universal army rifle”) is an Austrian bullpup 5.56 × 45 millimeter
NATO assault rifle that has become one of the most popular assault rifles of all time.
Since its initial production in 1978 – it has become THE standard small arm of not only
the Austrians, but also adopted by the armed forces of over a dozen other locations and
even the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency. The weapon family’s impressive array
of features were designed to be quickly adapted to a wide variety of roles by employing a
high level of technically proficient polymer and advanced alloy components. This thing
means business. Number three – the Heckler & Koch G36. This 5.56 × 45 millimeter assault rifle doesn’t
mess around – initially designed to serve as a replacement for the heavier 7.62 millimeter
G3 battle rifle, the G36 was conceived by Heckler & Koch in Germany in the early 90s.
After some tweaks, the G36 was formally accepted into service in 1997. With almost ten wars
and over 40 serving countries under its belt, the G36 provides its power from a gas-operated
design that feeds from a 30 round detachable box magazine or 100 round C-Mag drum magazine
with a conventional layout and a modular component design that fires from a closed rotary bolt.
In other words, get the hell out of this thing’s way. Number two – the AK-103. Although these intimidating rifles bear a
striking resemblance to their legendary predecessor, the AK-47 – they’ve been heavily upgraded,
improved and completely revamped to ALMOST top our list. Similar to the older AKM, the
AK-103 is chambered for the 7.62 × 39 millimeter M43 round and can be fitted with an impressively
large variety of sights (like telescopic, night vision and more) and even packs the
extra capability of employing a knife bayonet or grenade launcher. Although the gas-powered
mechanism makes it capable of firing 600 rounds per minute at an effective range of about
500 meters – the true selling point is it’s plastic components – making it a revolutionary
way to both carry more weight AND avoid corrosion. Number one – the M16. Although this venerable rifle may not be used
AS frequently as it once was – the M16 is still celebrated as one of, if not THE best,
assault rifle of all time. First entering American service in 1964, it was deployed
in Vietnam just one year later as a means to accomplish jungle warfare operations. Since
then, four generations of the weapon have been produced – with manufactured numbers
exceeding 8 million units – making it the most-produced 5.56 mm caliber firearm – widely
used by the various militaries of the world. Although several improvements have been made
– the M16 typically sports a 5.56 × 45 millimeter NATO cartridge with an adjustable rear sight,
case deflector, heavy barrel, hand-guard, pistol grip and buttstock. If you’re looking
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100 thoughts on “Top 7 Assault Rifles in The World

  1. I have one: how about the top 7 Foss, (first person shooters)? There are many video games with weapons. My personal favorite is the Far Cry series. Others swear on the Tom Clancy games. Or how about Black? On the original Xbox. The developers called it gun porn.

  2. feel like you dont actually know enything about guns but just took some random guns you knew. like wheres the valmet rifles. i guess this happens when your american

  3. The M16 is a big failure and the worst assault rifle of all time. It broke very easy and jammed very often, to put a scope in it u needed a pen vor screwdriver and when there is just a bit of dirt in the receiver it wont work.

  4. It's so obvious that the number one would be the M16. I expect nothing less from an american who made this TOP list.

  5. So an AK-103? Not even the 74N, The one that has been battle proven? Just how does that make any sense?

  6. The original M16-A1 Rifles were shit. They misfunctioned so DAMN much during Vietnam, no wonder it only works right if you kept it clean. Any dirt gets inside, it's renders it a piece of shit. The A-2's were a much big improvement.

  7. It's battle rifles, because the ar-15 is named that because it was made originally by Armalite, so Armalite rifle

  8. No H&K 416, FN FAL or AK-12… But still, the video and the list is fine enough (I suppose…). Although I highly disagree with your performance because there is no gun knowledge applied so you can't prove all these. Just because the gun served to whatever company in history and now and how many companies does it serve doesn't mean it's the best. M16 was fine during the Vietnam war, it's a cool assault rifle, I kind of like how it looks but nowadays it's quite unreliable but still fine. It is historically very respected but again that doesn't mean it's the best. I can say that the AK-47, which was basically a somewhat late war design of World War 2 is the best, but that doesn't mean it's the best assault rifle in the world now. Historically it was. But nowadays the AK-12 is better.

  9. M16 been in service for 50 years and most used 5.56 rifle. The SAS can choose any weapon system and pick M16- M4 – C8 -C7. Im a brit 2.

  10. Swiss army don't use "snipers", it's too agressive, They call them "tiflu". That's french and means "shooter of assault rifle with sigth". However, the SIG is a light weight, fast and accurate and very precise assault rifle. It is so precise that even the standard version with the standard barrel is very accurate over 800 to 1000m or more. That is very impressive for a small 5.7mm round and i loved to shoot it. Because hard uses can damage the fine mechanisms and my expierience as "tiflu" i think the SIG is better as a sniper rifle with assault skills than a pure assault rifle.

  11. WTF these all are junks, no battle proven of FN SCAR, Steyr AUG, SIG SG 550 what the hell is that another victorinox toy, G36 sucks even German army replacing it with HK416 and M16! is it a joke. IMI Galil Israeli typo AK copy. AK103 is the only beast of this list.

  12. M16 and AK-103 is the best lol.. You know there's so many more advanced 5.56 shooters and there's even more advanced accurate assault rifles that shoot the 7.62x39mm of the AK-47 right? For example Beretta ARX-160? ACR? They both shoot 7.62x39mm of the AK but with more precision and accuracy… All these video gamers though

  13. I used a H&K 416 we liked it better then the M4 you don't have to clean the H&K 416 as often as you do the M4 but what I didn't like about the M4 or the H&k 416 was if you struck the H&K 416 or the M4 on the upper or lower receiver hard they would crack you never have that problem with the AK 47 but I have seen a lot of H&k 416's and M4's get cracked so I would rather have a AK 47 any day

  14. Ok the m16 is one of the shitiest weapons in the millitary. That gun is how we lost Vietnam. It failed quite a bit and was so inaccurate

  15. These are my top 3 with facts
    3. M16A1 The U.S main fire arm during the late Vietnam war, it fixed the M16's problems
    2. STG44 the first Assault rifle that fired the 7.92 round, it was used in late WWII by the German army with it influencing many designs
    1. AKM, an Improved AK from the mid cold war that fired the 7.62×39mm round that is durable powerful, able to blast away a cinderblocks, and is easy to clean.

  16. 😝😝😝 I rather go with the M16's younger brother the M4 burst shock is more difficult than Automatic

  17. Stop calling rifles assault rifles. You sound like a retarded as gun grabbing democRAT when you call them that. There is fully automatic rifles and semi automatic rifles that’s it. Assault rifle is just a gun grabbers talking point to make every gun sound bad

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