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Hi: Makes my heart beat faster. ED
An assault rifle is a machine gun; both are on your list.
>An assault rifle is a machine gun; both are on your list. There is a significant distinction between the two; a machine gun is typically a heavier, belt-fed, automatic-fire weapon, while an assault rifle is a lighter, magazine-fed, selective-fire weapon. An assault rifle is intended to be used as a precision weapon, with the ability provide a larger volume of fire for short durations, whereas a full-on machine gun is intended to be used in a manner that exploits its large, sustained volume of fire and its tendency to keep the enemy locked up in his position.
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