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This is a list of rifles that appear on 24. Click on the numbered links in each section to see a detailed breakdown of the weapon's use in a particular season.

7x06 ASW

...in Season 7

AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM Edit

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The AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM is a long range bolt-action sniper rifle produced by the Ashbury International Group. It is chambered in .338 Lapua Magnum ammunition and has either a 5 round single stack or 10 round double stack magazine capacity. It has a SABER PBA-H folding shoulder stock and a 20 inch barrel.


Child shooting akm

...in 24: Redemption

AK variant Edit

In-universe article: AK-47
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The AK-47 (Russian: Atvomat Kalashnikova) is a selective-fire, gas-operated 7.62x39mm assault rifle, first developed in the Soviet Union by Mikhail Kalashnikov. The rifle was first pressed into service with the Soviet Army in the late 1940s, and saw widespread use throughout the Eastern Bloc. In the half-century since, the AK-47 and countless derivatives have proliferated throughout the world, prized for their durability, low production cost, availability, and ease of use. More AK-type rifles have been produced than all other assault rifles combined. In 24: The Game, the fictional AZ7 Soviet rifle is based on the AK-47.


8x16 Cole sniper

...in Season 8

Barrett Model 98 Bravo Edit

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The Barrett Model 98 Bravo is a bolt-action sniper rifle produced by Barrett Firearms Manufacturing. It was first produced in 2008 for precision tactical use. It is chambered in .338 Lapua Magnum ammunition and has a fluted medium-heavy 27 inch barrel. It takes 10 round detachable box magazines, has a muzzle velocity of 940 m/s, and has a skeletonized buttstock.


5x10 CX4

...in Season 5

Beretta Cx4 Storm Edit

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The Beretta Cx4 Storm is a pistol-caliber carbine aimed at the sporting, personal defense, and law enforcement markets, chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP. It is the civilian counterpart of the Beretta Mx4 Storm. The Cx4 Storm was designed for use in conjunction with other Beretta weapons; for instance, magazines for the Beretta 92FS can be used for the rifle.


Armory Blaser R93

...in Season 8

Blaser R93 Edit

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The Blaser R93 Tactical is a German long range tactical sniper rifle manufactured by the Blaser company that comes in two variants: The Long Range Sporter 2 for civilian sporting use and the Tactical 2, used by military and law enforcement in many different countries. This bolt-action rifle can be chambered in many different calibers including .223 Remington, .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum and .338 Lapua Magnum. It is fed by 5 round detachable box magazines.


4x15 XM15

...in Season 4

Bushmaster XM15 "V-Match" Edit

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The Bushmaster XM15 "V-Match" is a custom made M16-style rifle manufactured by the American firearms company Bushmaster for civilian and hunting use. It features a flat-top upper receiver and a tubular free-floating forend with no front sight. It is chambered in 5.56mm or .223 Remington ammunition, and is compatible with the 30 round M16/AR-15 magazines. It has a 20" barrel with an overall rifle length of 38¼".


1x18 AR15

...in Season 1

Colt AR-15 Edit

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The Colt AR-15 is a lightweight assault rifle that provided the original design of the M16. First produced by ArmaLite in 1959, the Colt firearms company purchased the design and modified it into the M16 model, leaving the AR-15 designation for the semi-automatic version for civilian use. Many variants of the rifle are produced by different companies allowing highly customized versions of this rifle to be made. It takes a wide variety of STANAG magazines with many different calibers of ammunition.


M16A1 1x11

...in Season 1

Colt M16 Edit

In-universe article: M16
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The Colt M16 is the U.S. military designation for a family of rifles derived from the ArmaLite AR-15 and further developed by Colt. It has been the primary infantry rifle of the United States military since 1967, is in use by 15 NATO countries, and has been the most produced firearm in its caliber of 5.56×45mm NATO ammunition. The M16 accepts STANAG magazines with a standard capacity of thirty rounds. It has a firing range of 600-800mm, a muzzle velocity of 3,110 ft/s and can fire 45-60 rounds/min of semi-automatic fire.


6x03 M4

...in Season 6

Colt M4A1 Edit

In-universe article: M4
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The Colt M4 is the compact carbine version of the M16 rifle, also manufactured by Colt. It is a gas-operated, rotating bolt action carbine rifle chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO or .223 Remington ammunition, fed by 30 round STANAG magazines. It has a 14.5" barrel and often features a retractable stock, foregrip and ACOG scope. It was introduced in 1994 but in 2009 the US Army took ownership of the design allowing other companies to produce the weapon. It is in use with many military and law enforcement services around the world and has seen use in many recent conflicts.


JackM4

...in Season 8

Colt Model 933 Edit

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The Colt Model 933 is a compact carbine rifle first manufactured by Colt in 1965, based on the AR-15 and M16 designs, an is a precursor to the M4 carbine. Like the M16 it is chambered in 5.56×45mm ammunition in 30 round STANAG magazines, but it has a shorter barrel of 10" or 11.5", with an overall length of 30". It has a rate of cyclic fire of 700–950 round/min. To this day the gun continues to see use with US special forces and the Israeli special forces.


1x20 XM177

...in Season 1

Colt XM177 Edit

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The Colt XM177, also called the Colt Automatic Rifle-15 Commando, is a compact version of the M16 produced in 1966 and used during the Vietnam War. Due to its small size the rifle continued to be produced after the war for US military use. It features a two-position telescoping tubular aluminum buttstock and a unique 4.2" flash and sound suppressor designed as a counterweight for the smaller 10 inch barrel. These suppressor are heavily regulated for civilian use and so the XM177 rifles seen in film and television are often M16 rifles with fake suppressors.


5x10 OSW

...in Season 5

DSA SA58 OSW Edit

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The DSA SA58 OSW is a version of the Fabrique National FAL rifle, manufactured by the American DS Arms company. OSW stands for "Operational Special Weapon". It is chambered in 7.62 x 51 mm ammunition, and takes the standard FAL detachable 20 round magazines. It features an 11" barrel with threaded A2 flash hider, a folding tubular buttstock, and a lightweight aluminum lower receiver.

9x10 Enfield

...in Live Another Day

Enfield L85A2 Edit

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The Enfield L85A2 is a version of the SA80 British family of 5.56×45mm NATO small arms introduced in the 1980s. The L85 has been the standard issue service rifle of the British military after replacing the FN FAL in 1987. It is a gas-operated, rotating bolt action rifle with a rate of fire of 610-775 rounds/min, with an effective firing range of 300m. The rifle can be fitted with a variety of telescopic scopes, an LLM01 Laser Light Module and a L123A2 UGL 40mm underbarrel grenade launcher.


7x17 F2000

...in Season 7

FN F2000 Edit

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The FN F2000 is a bullpup assault rifle first produced in 2001 by the FN Herstal arms company in Belgium. It is a gas operated, rotating bolt action, fully automatic ambidextrous rifle chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO ammunition, with selective fire operating from a closed bolt. It is fed with 10 round or 30 round STANAG magazines and can fire 850 rounds per minute, with a range of 500m. The safety and trigger mechanism were adapted from the FN P90 submachine gun. The weapon is used by many Special Forces units across the globe.


7x00 school FAL 1

...in Redemption

FN FAL Edit

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The FN Fusil Automatique Léger (meaning Light Automatic Rifle) is a semi-automatic battle rifle manufactured by the Fabrique National de Herstal arms company in Belgium. The first prototype was completed in 1946, and it was first produced in 1953 for the British Army. It is chambered in 7.62×51mm NATO, or .280 British ammunition, fed by 20 or 30 round box magazines or occasionally 50 round drum magazines. It has a gas-operated, tilting breechblock action and can fire 650-700 rounds per minute. It comes in multiple variants and has been used across the globe.


4x22 rifle

...in Season 4

FN FNC Edit

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The FN FNC is a rotating bolt action assault rifle first produced in 1979 by the FN Herstal arms company in Belgium. It is the standard assault rifle of the Belgian army, as well as being used by several other countries. It is gas operated and chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO ammunition, fed by 30 round STANAG magazines, and has a rate of fire of 700 rounds per minute. Its range is 250-450 metres, and it has rear flip aperture sights and front post sights.


8x23 SCAR

...in Season 8

FN SCAR Edit

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The FN SCAR is a modular rifle manufactured by FN Herstal for the US SOCOM requirements as their Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle. It comes in two variants: the lighter SCAR-L, chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO ammunition and fed by 30 round STANAG magazines, and the heavier SCAR-H, chambered in 7.62×51mm NATO ammunition and fed by 20 round box magazines. The rifle is used by many Special Forces units in the US and around the world.


7x00 G3 child abductor

...in Redemption

Heckler & Koch G3 Edit

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The Heckler & Koch G3 is a delayed blowback battle rifle manufactured in Germany by Heckler & Koch. It was produced from 1958-1997, with the first early design by Mauser during the Second World War. It is chambered in 7.62×51mm NATO ammunition, fed by 20 round box magazines or 50 round drum magazines. It has rear rotary diopter and front hooded post sights, with an effective firing range of 500m. It fires at 500-600 rounds per minute, with a muzzle velocity of 800m/s. The G3 has seen use around the world in many conflicts during the 20th century.


6x09 G36

...in Season 6

Heckler & Koch G36 Edit

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In-universe article: Heckler & Koch G36

The Heckler & Koch G36 (company designation, Bundeswehr designation Gewehr G36) is an assault rifle designed in the early 1990s and manufactured in Germany by Heckler & Koch. It is the service rifle of the German Armed Forces. A family of variants exists many of which have been adopted by police or military forces. It is select-fire between semi, burst, and full automatic and has a magazine capacity of thirty rounds.


8x09 HK416

...in Season 8

Heckler & Koch HK416 Edit

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The Heckler & Koch HK416 is an assault rifle based on the AR-15 platform first produced in 2004 by Heckler & Koch. It was designed as an improvement to the M4 carbine using the short-stroke gas piston system from the HK G36. It is chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO ammunition and accepts 20 or 30 round STANAG magazines, as well as 100 round detachable Beta C-Mag. It is used by many different law enforcement and military forces around the world, and it gained fame as the gun used by the US Navy SEALs to kill Osama bin Laden.


9x04 HK53

...in Live Another Day

Heckler & Koch HK53 Edit

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The Heckler & Koch HK53 is a compact version of the HK33, a 5.56mm assault rifle manufactured by Heckler & Koch. It is selective fire weapon with Heckler & Koch's roller-delayed blowback system of operation, and is fed with 25, 30, or 40-round detachable box magazines. It has a range of 100m+, and has rotary rear aperture drum sights and a hooded foresight. The barrel of the HK53 is 211mm long, and it has a telescopic shoulder stock and a forearm derived from the HK MP5, making it very similar in design to that weapon.


Jack with sniperrifle

...in Season 5

Heckler & Koch SL8 Edit

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The Heckler & Koch SL8 is a semi-automatic rifle that was first made by Heckler & Koch in 1998, and is the civilian version of the HK G36. It is chambered in .223 Remington or 5.56×45mm NATO ammunition fed by 10 round single column or 30 round double column box magazines. It has a lug-type rotating bolt system as seen on the AR-18, rather than the roller lock bolt of other HK rifles. The rifle features a MIL-STD-1913 rail for scopes or other accessories.


Jack HKG362

...in Season 2

Heckler & Koch SR9 Edit

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The Heckler & Koch SR9 is a semi-automatic hunting or target rifle first produced in 1990 by Heckler & Koch. Its design incorporates elements of the PSG-1 and MSG-90 rifles previously made by Heckler & Koch, with a new 20-inch polygonal barrel. It is chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO ammunition fed by 5 or 20 round box magazines, and it has a roller-delayed blowback action. The SR9 Target and SR9 Target Competition are variants of this rifle.


4x13 M1 Garand

...in Season 4

M1 Garand Edit

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The M1 Garand is an air-cooled, gas-operated, clip-fed, semi-automatic, shoulder-fired designed in 1928 by John C. Garand of the United States' Springfield Armory. From 1936-1957 the weapon was the standard service rifle of the US army and was used heavily in World War 2. It has a 24" inch barrel and is chambered for .30-06 Springfield ammunition, fed by an 8-round internal magazine. It has a rate of fire of 40-50 rounds per minute, and a range of 500 yards. General George S. Patton described the rifle as "the greatest battle implement ever devised".


3x12 M14

...in Season 3

M14 Edit

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The M14 is a selective-fire automatic rifle that was developed by the American armed forces to replace the M1 Garand, which it did in 1957. It was produced by the Springfield Armory, Winchester, and Harrington & Richardson arms companies and remained the standard rifle until 1966 when it was replaced by the M16, although it still saw use by US and foreign military marksmen to this day. It is a gas-operated, rotating bolt action rifle chambered for 7.62×51mm NATO ammunition fed by 20 round box magazines. With optics, it has a firing range of more than 800 metres.


4x13 gun rack

...in Season 4

Marlin Model 336 Edit

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The Marlin Model 336 is a sporting rifle that was produced by the Marlin Firearms company from 1948 to 2010, and since then by the Remington Arms company. It is a lever-action rifle chambered in .30-30 Winchester or .35 Remington, using a 20 or 24 inch barrel. It has a tubular magazine with side ejection of fired cartridges. The rifle is the number 2 all-time leader in U.S. high-powered sporting rifle sales, after the Winchester Model 1894.


8x06 sniper rifle

...in Season 8

Mk 12 Mod 0 SPR Edit

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The Mk 12 Mod 0 Special Purpose Rifle is a designated marksman rifle used by the Special Operations Forces of the US Army and Navy. It is a variant of the M16 rifle, chambered for NATO standard 5.56×45mm ammunition and takes the 20 or 30 round STANAG magazines. It has an 18 inch threaded-muzzle barrel, a free-floating forearm, TS-30 A2 Mid Range/Tactical Illuminated Reticle Dayscope and PRI flip-up front sights.


7x15 Mk18

...in Season 7

Mk 18 Mod 0 Edit

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The Mk 18 Mod 0 is the type-classified designation of the M4 carbine equipped with a Close Quarters Battle Receiver, replacing the barrel with a 10.3" long one for an even more compact weapon. The Mk 18 is the modern equivalent of the Colt Model 933, and is used by US military and law enforcement units for use in small confined spaces such as boarding vehicles or for bodyguard protection. The weapon is essentially of submachine gun size but chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO rifle cartridges.


1x13 Norinco NDM-86

...in Season 1

Norinco NDM-86 Edit

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The Norinco NDM-86 is the Chinese equivalent of the Russian Dragunov sniper rifle, originally designed by Yevgeny Dragunov in 1963. The Norinco copies have a military designation of "Type 79" and are used by the Chinese army. It is a gas-operated, rotating bolt action sniper rifle with a 622mm barrel, firing single shot semi automatic. It is chambered in 7.62x54Rmm ammunition fed from a 10 round box magazine, and is fitted with a 4x26 Type JJJ scope. These rifles were first imported into the US in 1985 by Navy Arms.


9x12 Remington ACR

...in Live Another Day

Remington ACR Edit

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The Remington Adaptive Combat Rifle is a long range rifle first designed in 2006 by Magpul Industries as an updated version of the Masada Adaptive Combat Weapon System. Remington Arms has since been contracted to manufacture the rifle for US military and law enforcement use. It is chambered in either 5.56×45mm NATO or 6.8mm Remington SPC ammunition and fed with 30-round Magpul PMAG magazines. It is gas-operated, rotating bolt action and has a range of 500-600m, and is fitted with Magpul MBUS sights. It fires at a rate of 800 rounds per minute.


8x01 sniper

...in Season 8

Remington 700 Edit

In-universe article: Remington 700
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The Remington Model 700 are a series of bolt-action rifles first produced in 1962 by the Remington Arms company. They are manually operated and fed by a 3, 4, or 5 round internal magazine, and come chambered in a variety of different calibers. The barrel lengths vary from 20 to 26 inches. Many army and police forces use this weapon, and the 700PSS is a popular police variety of the rifle fitted with a Leupold Mark IV M3 10x40 mm telescopic sight. The Accuracy International Chassis System also fits onto the Remington 700 which features a folding buttstock.


4x13 M77

...in Season 4

Ruger M77 Edit

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The Ruger M77 is a bolt-action rifle designed in 1968 by Jim Sullivan and produced by the American Sturm, Ruger & Company. It was designed as a modernised Mauser 98 and has the Mauser-style two-lugged bolt with a claw extractor. It also has an action angled screw which draws the receiver down and to the rear to tightly bed it against the stock. The rifle is chambered in various calibers and fed with 3-5 round box magazines. The rifle is used by Canadian Search and Rescue teams.


4x13 Ruger

...in Season 4

Ruger Mini-14 Edit

In-universe article: Ruger Mini-14
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The Ruger Mini-14 is a lightweight semi-automatic carbine first manufactured in 1974 by the American firearms company Sturm, Ruger. It is used by some law enforcement forces in several countries including the US, Australia, the UK and France, as well as for sporting and civilian use. The rifle is chambered for the .223 Remington and 5.56×45mm cartridges, fed by 5, 10, 20 or 30 round box magazines. It has iron sights but can be fitted with a telescopic scope.


RedemptionRifle

...in 24: Redemption

Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Edit

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The Short Magazine Lee-Enfield is a shorter and lighter version of the Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle that was first produced in 1904, designed by James Paris Lee and the RSAF Enfield factory. It is a bolt-action repeating rifle with a 25.2" barrel, chambered for .303 Mk VII SAA Ball fed by a 10 round magazine. It has a fire rate of 20–30 shots per minute, and a range of 500m with its sliding ramp rear sights and fixed-post front sights. The gun was used by British and Commonwealth armed forces throughout the first half of the 20th Century.


7x01 SG552

...in Season 7

SIG SG 552 Edit

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The SIG SG 552 is a compact version of the SIG 550 5.56 x 45 mm NATO assault rifle manufactured in Switzerland by SAN Swiss Arms, formerly Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft (SIG). The SIG 552 features a folding stock, making it easy to stow. This weapon is used by police/military forces around the world and by a limited number of civilians. In addition, it has seen use with the Navy SEALS.


8x21 M1A

...in Season 8

Springfield M1A Edit

In-universe article: Springfield M1A
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The Springfield M1A is a civilian version of the M14 rifle designed and manufactured by Springfield Armory, Inc. in 1974. The term "M1A" is a proprietary title for Springfield Armory's M14 pattern rifle. Early M1A rifles were built with surplus G.I. parts until Springfield Armory, Inc. began manufacturing their own.


Dual wield galil angle 2

...in 24: Redemption

Vektor R5 Edit

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The Vektor R5 is a licensed variant of the IMI Galil assault rifle which was designed by Yisrael Galil in 1972 and manufactured by Israeli Military Industries Ltd. The Vektor R5 was introduced with the South African Defence Force in 1980, and it is made of high strength polymer with a slightly longer stock than the Galil. The design of the rifle was based heavily on the AK-47. It comes chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO ammunition fed by 35 round box magazines. The R5 is the carbine variant; other variants include the R4 rifle and R6 PDW.


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