Rifleman (disambiguation)


Rifleman (disambiguation)

Rifleman may refer to:

* Rifleman (rank), a private soldier in a rifle unit of infantry, see also musketeer, streltsy
*A member of The Rifle Brigade (an experimental unit of the British Army formed in 1800) or any of the brigades and regiments that derive their heritage from the original unit (see The Rifles)
* Rifleman (bird) or Titipounamu ("Acanthisitta chloris"), a New Zealand bird
* "The Rifleman", a U.S. television programme starring Chuck Connors


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