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Introduction to M14 Battle Rifle/DMR
The M14 is an American selective-fire battle rifle derived from the M1 Garand. It fires 7.62x51 mm NATO cartridges. It was the standard issue rifle for the U.S. Armed forces from 1957, replacing the M1 Garand, to 1970, being replaced by the M16. It was used extensively during the Vietnam era, but was phased out very quickly during and after that conflict. However, some marksman rifles, like the Mk. 14 EBR and M39 EMR were derived from the M14 platform and still see usage in the modern day.
- Damage per shot: 14
- Damage per second: 175
- Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO
- Fire Rate: 700–750 rpm
- Fire Mode: Semi - Auto - III
- Weight: 4.1 kg
- Length: 1126 mm
- Muzzle Velocity: 850 m/s (2,800 ft/s)
- Effective Range: 460 meters (500 yards) without scope and 800+ meters (875+ yards) with scope
- Reload Speed: 2.7 sec