"The most powerful weapon in World War One" By: April brown

Rifles are the most powerful weapon because it insures quick victories for European armies. Also that rifles can cut into the barrel walls.
Rifles are very strong and can make a bullet become an explosive compound which can take out many targets.
Rifles are capable of firing more than one round per trigger squeeze. Some fire into fixed bursts of two, three, or more rounds per squeeze.
Lastly rifles are the most powerful weapon because the bullet in the rifle would receive more power than usual.

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