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What is a M4 carbine used for?

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The M4 is a military rifle capable of semi automatic or 3 shot automatic fire. It is used where a lighter shorter rifle is useful.
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Is the M4 carbine and the M4 A1 the same?

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The m4 carbines compensator?

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