The charge against Morgan involved the sale of a rifle listed with an online gun marketplace called the Carolina Shooters Club.
The soldiers in 2nd Platoon, Blackfoot Company discovered his rifle, helmet, body armor and web gear in a neat stack.
The services will be brought to them, whether out on a training mission or at the rifle range.
Soon the rifle and its knockoffs were leaving arms plants across the Warsaw Pact.
The Marine who killed her did so by “mashing up and down with his rifle,” according to a fellow unit member.
He might see them and could force them to cover with his rifle even at long range.
Ten emus came to water; shot twice with rifle at them, but missed.
His rifle was in his arms, and the shotgun stood beside him.
He could follow his target as though a magnetic power attracted his rifle.
In vain I tried to lift my rifle and have one shot for my life.
1775, "portable firearm having a spirally grooved bore," used earlier of the grooves themselves (1751), noun use of rifled (pistol), 1680s, from verb meaning "to cut spiral grooves in" (a gun barrel); see rifle (v.2).
"to plunder," early 14c. (implied in rifling), from Old French rifler "strip, filch, plunder, peel off (skin or bark), fleece," literally "to graze, scratch" (12c.), probably from a Germanic source (cf. Old English geriflian "to wrinkle," Old High German riffilon "to tear by rubbing," Old Norse rifa "to tear, break"). Related: Rifled; rifling.
"to cut spiral grooves in" (a gun barrel), 1630s, probably from French rifler, from Old French rifler "to scratch or groove" (see rifle (v.1)). Related: Rifled; rifling.