Top 10 Oldest Weapons still in Use

As far as weapon systems are concerned, having the best available can be key to success on the battlefield.

But with rapid changes in technology, some weapons come and go rather quickly. Other times, weapons are so well designed and so effective, they stay in service for decades.

These are 10 of the oldest weapon Manufacturers In America still in use today

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