List of AR platform calibers

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The AR platform has become widely popular for makers of military and sporting rifles. Although the designations "AR-10" and "AR-15" are trademarks of Colt's Manufacturing Company, variants of both are made by many manufacturers.

AR-15 calibers[edit]

Rimfire calibers[edit]

Centerfire calibers inch measurement[edit]

Centerfire calibers metric measurement[edit]

Calibers which will not feed but which are used in rifles where the receiver functions only as a trigger group[edit]

AR-10 calibers[edit]

Center fire calibers[edit]

450 marlin

Other AR pattern rifles[edit]

Some companies have created AR pattern rifles that depart from the standard AR-15 and AR-10 dimensions in order to accommodate other types of ammunition that would not fit into the those standards.

Examples include:

Other AR pattern firearms[edit]

A variety of manufacturers have introduced semiautomatic shotguns whose overall designs are heavily influenced by the AR pattern rifle.

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