The McBreck Rifle, designed by the man of the same name, is currently the standard rifle of the Britannian Empire in all theaters.
Firing a 7x50mm round from a 25 round box magazine, the McBreck Rifle hits hard. The adjustable stock allows for comfort when aiming, and quick attach scope allows for sniper usage. The barrel was designed to ward off heat during use in the African and Asian theaters, and minimal amounts of wood were used to prevent warping in those same areas.
The McBreck rifle is also meant for accurate fire over distances ranging from 200 to 800 yards (in the right hands of course) so it is ideal for the large expanse of Africa, and makes for a suitable weapon on the hills and fields of Europe.
Though capable of fully automatic fire, the production versions do not have it enabled so as to cut back on ammo wastage. Veterans however have been known to file down the sear in order to permanently swap Semi for Fully auto.
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