Screenshots for AR-15 Rifle
Description for AR-15 Rifle
You can simulate AR-15 rifle just shake your phone or just by clicking on the weapon. If you run out of bullets is just click on the charger that charges the AR-15 rifle again.
1. You can see an animation of how AR-15 rifle works.
2. You can consult the information of AR-15 rifle.
3. You can simulate shooting on your cell.
4. You can choose other background AR-15 rifle.
5. You phone vibrates when shooting.
6. You can shake the phone to shoot.
7. You can touch the screen to shoot.
8. Great quality of the sound of gunfire.
AR-15 rifle information as quoted from Wikipedia:
The AR-15 is a lightweight, 5.56 mm, semi-automatic rifle, with a rotating-lock bolt, actuated by direct impingement gas operation or long/short stroke piston operation. It is manufactured with the extensive use of aluminum alloys and synthetic materials.
The AR-15 was first built by ArmaLite as a selective fire assault rifle for the United States armed forces. Because of financial problems, ArmaLite sold the AR-15 design to Colt. The select-fire AR-15 entered the US military system as the M16 rifle. Colt then marketed the Colt AR-15 as a semi-automatic version of the M16 rifle for civilian sales in 1963. The name "AR-15" is a Colt registered trademark, which refers only to the semi-automatic rifle.
The AR-15 rifle is available in a wide range of configurations from a large number of manufacturers. These configurations range from short carbine-length models with features such as adjustable length stocks and optical sights, to heavy barrel models.
Due to the rifle's modular design, one upper receiver can quickly and easily be substituted for another. There are many aftermarket upper receivers that incorporate barrels of different weights, lengths and calibers.
The main mechanism of operation for the rifle is known as direct gas impingement. Gas is tapped from the barrel as the bullet moves past a gas port located above the rifle's front sight base. The gas rushes into the port and down a gas tube, located above the barrel, which runs from the front sight base into the AR-15's upper receiver.
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