Users (7.62×51 Mm NATO or Smaller Chamberings)
- Algeria: Algerian Gendarmerie Special Operations Force (Détachement Spécial d'Intervention de la gendarmerie nationale).
- Armenia: AX-338 and L96A1 are in use with special force snipers.
- Australia: Australian Defence Force with folding stock known as the SR-98, Police Tactical Groups.
- Czech Republic: Purchased a number of AWF rifles, mainly for the use of Special Forces.
- Greece: Special Anti-Terrorist Unit (EKAM).
- Hong Kong: Special Duties Unit.
- Italy: PM variant. The AWS variant is used by the 9th Parachute Assault Regiment and the AWP variant is used by the Carabinieri.
- Malaysia: PM and AW variants are used by the Malaysian Special Operations Force.
- Malta: Armed Forces of Malta.
- Netherlands: Korps Commandotroepen (few AW and AWC 7.62×51mm NATO chambered arms available).
- New Zealand
- Portugal: Portuguese Army.
- Russia: Used by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia.
- South Africa: South African Police Service Special Task Force
- Sweden: Adopted the AW rifle in 1988, designated PSG 90.
- United Kingdom: L96A1 entered service with the British Armed Forces in 1985.
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