Self-loading rifle

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Self-loading rifle may refer to:

  • Semi-automatic rifle, a type of firearm which fires a single shot with the pull of a trigger, and uses the energy of that shot to chamber the next round
  • Automatic rifle, a firearm that automatically loads and fires rounds, through the bullet's energy, as long as its trigger is held down.
  • L1A1 SLR (Self-Loading Rifle), a variant of the FN FAL rifle used by the Commonwealth of Nations from the 1950s to the 1980s.
  • SLR-95 Bulgarian self-loading rifle, a variant of the AK47. Also known as SLR. It has a twenty round mag and has effective range up to 400 meters.