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Semi-automatic rifles are highly versatile and used for a variety of purposes, including home defense, hunting, competition, and target sports. They are often used by law enforcement and government agencies as well. These rifles come in a wide range of calibers with numerous options and features available.
The semi-automatic rifle typically utilizes a magazine and fires one round with each squeeze of the trigger. Each time the trigger is pulled, a round is fired, and the used casing is extracted. At the same time, a new bullet is automatically moved into the “ready” position. Semi-autos are unlike lever-action or bolt-action rifles, which require the manual moving of a lever or bolt with each shot to ready another bullet. With a semi-auto rifle, one round will continue to be fired with each squeeze of the trigger until the magazine is emptied. Magazines typically offer a capacity of 2 to 30 rounds or more.
Semi-automatic rifles are made with a wood or synthetic stock. Some synthetic stocks may be adjustable for added comfort and ease of use. The receiver will likely be made of steel, aluminum, or alloy, and barrels come in a wide range of lengths. Some rifles may be scope-ready, while others may have integrated sights.
Some of the best-selling semi-automatic rifles come from top brands like Ruger, Springfield Armory, Kel-Tec, Browning, SIG Sauer, and others.
An AR-15 style modern sporting rifle with adjustable M4-style buttstock, the Ruger AR-556 is chambered in 5.56 NATO/223 Rem and is suitable for target shooting, varmint control, home defense, and hunting. It features an upper made of aerospace-grade aluminum, cold hammer-forged chrome-moly steel barrel, built-in accessory rail, dust cover, and brass deflector. Hard coat anodizing adds greater durability.
The Springfield Armory Saint is another AR-15 style semi-automatic rifle with direct impingement gas system. It is made with aircraft-grade aluminum upper and lower receivers, as well as a 16” chrome-moly vanadium steel barrel. Features include low-profile flip-up sights, oversized trigger guard, 6-position buttstock, and pistol grip.
A semi-automatic rifle in a bullpup configuration, the Kel-Tec RDB is chambered in 223 Rem/5.56 NATO and offers an adjustable gas block system. Features include downward ejection of spent casings, textured grip and forend, ambidextrous controls, and a picatinny rail for easy attachment of optics and other accessories.
The Kel-Tec Sub-2000 is a blowback-operated semi-auto rifle that is chambered in 9mm or 40 S&W and accepts most handgun magazines. It is lightweight, folds in half to just over 16”, and features adjustable sights.
Chambered in 30-06 Spring, the Browning BAR is a semi-automatic rifle with more than a century of military and sporting history. It is crafted with a blued aluminum alloy receiver, checkered walnut stock with Pachmayr butt pad, and 23” round barrel.
The SIG Sauer MCX is a semi-automatic rifle with a short-stroke piston system for clean operation even in adverse conditions. Available in 5.56x45mm (5.56 NATO), 300 Blackout, and 7.62x39mm, it is made with rotating bolt system with PVD-coated bolt and bolt carrier. Other features include a full-length picatinny rail and ambidextrous controls.
Semi-automatic rifles can be found for sale in a wide range of price points. Several factors contribute to the price, including but not limited to, the manufacturer, caliber, and features. Guns.com offers competitive prices on all of our firearms, with both new and used options to fit any budget.
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