Rifles

Rifles go to a very basic and easy gun to a complicating and a very hard gun.

What made the rifle an outstanding gun from day one is the builder put spiral grooves inside the barrel of the gun. Later the builders found out that the spiral grooves helped the range and accuracy of the gun.

The rifle from day one has impacted the conquest of North America.

Once they made the rifle the could keep adding on to make other guns based of the rifle. If your army had rifles it would be super easy to take land. It would be easy because the rifle is a super easy to load and a VERY accurate gun.

The U.S.A has used the rifles ever since they were invented. The rifle is great in any terrain. The rifle is great in war because it is easy to load really accurate and the rifle has a lot of range.

Rattenbury, Richard C. "Rifle." Encyclopædia Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 18 Feb. 2015. Web. 01 May 2017.

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