The M16A1, Diemaco/Colt Canada C7, Diemaco/Colt Canada C8, and M4A1 have fully unrestricted automatic fire. The M16A2, M16A4, M16A5, and M4 are limited to a three round burst.
yes and no the m16 veitnam was auto the one to day is 3 round burst
Yes it does.
The M16 rifles have three selector settings. On the M16A1, they are Safe - Full - Auto, and the A1 series rifles are capable of unrestricted full auto fire. On the M16A2, M16A4, and M4, the selector settings are Safe - Full - Burst, and they are limited to three round bursts.
Yes, the M16 is an assault rifle, and thus has fully automatic capabilities. The XM16E1, M16A1, and M16A3 can fire on completely full auto, while the M16A2 and M16A3 can fire a three-round burst, which by legal definitions, is considered to be fully automatic.
AR 15 - semi-automatic only M16 - depending on variant capable of full auto or burst fire. Will also fire semi-auto.
Yes like the m16 it would be rapid fire and the type95 (mw3) would be full auto(rapid fire).
Yes! It is a similar but shorter and lighter model of the M16 Assault Rifle. Shoots Semi-Auto or 3-round-burst. M4A1 is same model, but shoots full-auto in place of burst.
Depends mostly 3 round burst though can be fully aoutomatic mos accurate with da 3 round burst
No. The current M16A2 and A4 have a three shot burst mode. The M16 and M16A1 had a full-automatic mode.
The only way you can get full auto for the m16 is by playing zombies and pack a pucnhing it.
Yes, it is a select fire weapon.( semi-automatic, three-round burst and full-automatic fire. )
That depends on the jurisdiction and how the rifle is packaged. Technically, an "assault rifle" is a fully-automatic weapon; a machine gun like an AK47, or something like an M16 which is capable of firing a 3-round burst. (Most M16 rifles were built with the ability to fire single-shot, 3 round burst, or full auto. Most of them have been rebuilt to eliminate the full-auto setting, as soldiers were generally just wasting their ammunition that way.) In order to possess or transport a machine gun, you would need a special category of FFL (Federal Firearms License).