The battle rifle was used by American soldiers during the Resource Wars. This rifle is effective in mid-to-long range combat. However, long range combat is difficult because of the gun's relatively wide spread.
The M-14 succeeded the M1 Garand as the standard US Army rifle. It chambered the NATO standard 7.62mm round and like its predecessor, was noted for its reliability and ease of operation. It has a better range but lower damage than the AK47, and the same AP costs as a similar weapons.
The .30 Cal Garand was the first automatic rifle to be used as the standard infantry weapon of a major army when it was adopted by the U.S. Army in 1936. Its rugged construction and reliability make this weapon a popular and valuable addition to anyone. It's a gas-operated, semi-automatic rifle, utilizing an internal magazine fed with an en-bloc clip holding 8 .30-06 caliber rounds.