Thousands of the Corps' new automatic rifles, designed to replace the decades-old, belt-fed M249 Squad Automatic Weapon, are now in the hands of deploying Marines. But one expert — a gunner deployed to Helmand province, Afghanistan — says the highly accurate M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle should replace some of the Corps' other precision weapons.

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