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List of firearms

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is an extensive list of small arms—including pistols, revolvers, submachine guns, shotguns, battle rifles, assault rifles, sniper rifles, machine guns, personal defense weapons, carbines, designated marksman rifles, flamethrowers, multiple barrel firearms, grenade launchers, anti-tank rifles, and any other variants.

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  • EBO Kefefs (Greece – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
    • EBO Kefefs-M (Greece – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
    • EBO Kefefs-P (Greece – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
  • EDDA submachine gun (Argentina – Submachine Gun – .22 WMR)
  • EDM Arms
  • ELF-2 submachine gun (Ukraine – Submachine Gun – 9×18mm Makarov)
  • Ekins Automatic Rifle (Australia – Automatic rifle – .303 British)
  • EMER-K1 (Burma – Assault rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • Empire of Japan State Arsenals
    • Light Machine Guns
      • Type 96 Light Machine Gun (Empire of Japan – Kijirō Nambu – 1936 – Light Machine Gun – 6.5×50mm Semi-Rimmed Arisaka: Imperial Japanese light machine gun of the Interwar period and World War II period.)
  • Empty Shell LLC
    • XM556 (US – Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • ENARM
    • Machine Guns
      • ENARM MMG (Brazil – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: FN MAG Copy)
    • Shotguns
    • Submachine Guns
      • ENARM SMG (Brazil – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • EPK Machine Gun (Greece – Light Machine Gun – 7.92×36mm EPK)
  • Erma Werke
    • Pistols
      • Erma LA .22 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 LR: Luger Variant)
    • Rifles
        • Erma SR-100 (Germany – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Lapua Magnum)
    • Submachine Guns
      • Erma-Panzer 58 (Germany – Submachine gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Prototype)
      • Erma EMP-35 (Germany – Submachine Gun – 7.63×25mm Mauser, 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×23mm Largo)
        • Erma EMP-36 (Germany – Submachine Gun – 7.63×25mm Mauser, 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×23mm Largo: Prototype)
      • Erma EMP-44 (Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Prototype)
      • Erma MP60 (Germany – Submachine gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • MP 40 (Nazi Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • MP 36 (Nazi Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Prototype)
        • MP 38 (Nazi Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Prototype)
        • MP 40/1 (Nazi Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • MP 41 (Nazi Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Evans Repeating Rifle (United States – Lever-Action Rifle – .44 Rimfire)

F

  • FABARM
  • Fábrica de armas Halcón
    • Submachine Guns
      • Halcon M-1943 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
      • Halcon M-1946 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
      • Halcon ML-57 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
      • ML-60 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
      • Halcon ML-63 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Fábrica de Braço de Prata
    • Submachine Guns
  • Fabrica Boliviana de Municiones
  • FAMAE
    • Pistols
      • FAMAE FN750 (Chile – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
    • Revolvers
      • FAMAE FT-2000 (Chile – Double-Action Revolver – .32 Long Colt, .38 Special)
    • Rifles
      • FAMAE CT-30 (Chile – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .30 Carbine)
      • FAMAE FD-200 (Chile – Designated Marksman Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
      • FAMAE SG 540-1 (Switzerland, Chile – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • FAMAE SG 542-1 (Switzerland, Chile – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO)
      • FAMAE SG 543-1 (Switzerland, Chile – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
    • Submachine Guns
  • FAVS
    • Rifles
      • FAVS Stradivari (Italy – Single-Shot Carbine)
        • FAVS Stradivari Model K (Italy – Single-Shot Carbine – 7mm Remington, 7.62×51mm NATO, .222 Remington, .243 Winchester, .308 Winchester, .357-MAX)
        • FAVS Stradivari Model L (Italy – Single-Shot Carbine – 7×64mm, .25–'06, .270 Winchester)
        • FAVS Stradivari Model M (Italy – Single-Shot Carbine – 7mm Remington, 7×64mm, 7.62×51mm NATO, .222 Remington, .243 Winchester, .25–'06, .30–'06 Springfield, .270 Winchester, .308 Winchester)
  • Feather Industries
    • Rifles
      • Feather Industries AT-9 Carbine
      • Feather Industries AT-22 Carbine
  • Federal Engineering Corporation
    • Federal Engineering XC
      • XC220
      • XC450
      • XC900
  • Fegyver- és Gépgyár
    • Pistols
      • FEG Model 48 (Hungary, Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP: Licensed Production Walther PPK)
      • FEG PA-63 (Hungary, Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×18mm Makarov, .32 ACP, .380 ACP: Licensed Production Walther PPK)
    • Rifles
      • AMD 65 (Hungary – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm)
        • AKM-63 (Hungary – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm)
      • FEG Model 58 (Hungary – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm)
  • Ferret 50 (Hungary – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – .408 Chey-Tac, .50 BMG)
  • Fiat–Revelli Modello 14 (Kingdom of Italy – Medium Machine Gun – 6.5×52mm Mannlicher–Carcano)
  • Fiat–Revelli Modello 1935 (Kingdom of Italy – Heavy Machine Gun – 8×59mm RB Breda)
  • Fittipaldi Machine Gun (Argentina – Medium Machine Gun – 7.65×53mm Argentine)
  • FLARM
    • F-011 Levant (Ukraine - Light Machine Gun- 5.56x45mm NATO)
  • Floro MK-9 (Philippines – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
    • Floro MP-9 (Philippines – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • F.M.A.P
  • Fabricaciones Militares
    • Rifles
      • FM FAL (Argentina – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • FM FAP (Argentina – Light Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • FM FSL (Argentina – Semi Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
    • Submachine Guns
      • FMK-3 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • FMK-4 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • FMK-5 (Argentina – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 9×19mm Parabellum: Civilian Market Variant)
  • Fabrica Militar de Armas Portatiles Domingo Matheu
    • Rifles
      • FARA 83 (Argentina – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • FMK 9C1 (United States – Semi Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • FN Herstal
    • Launchers
      • FN 303 (Belgium – Compressed Air Launcher – 12 gauge)
    • Machine Guns
      • FN BRG-15 (Belgium – Heavy Machine Gun – 15.5×115mm: Prototype)
      • FN MAG58 (Belgium – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • FN MAG 10.10 (Belgium – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • FN MAG 60.20 (Belgium – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • FN MAG 60.30 (Belgium – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • FN MAG 60.40 (Belgium – Vehicle Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • M240 (US – Vehicle Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • M240B (US – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • M240C (US – Vehicle Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • M240D (US – Aircraft Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • M240E6 (US – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • M240G (US – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • M240H (US – Aircraft Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • M240N (US – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
      • FN Minimi (Belgium – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
    • Pistols
    • Revolvers
      • FN Barracuda (Belgium, Spain – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 Magnum, .38 Special)
    • Rifles
    • Submachine Guns
      • FN P90 (Belgium – Personal Defense Weapon – 5.7×28mm)
  • Fokker-Leimberger (German Empire – Minigun – 7.92×57mm Mauser)
  • Forjas Taurus S.A.
    • Pistols
      • Taurus Millennium Series (Federative Republic of Brazil – 2005 – Semi-Automatic Pistols)
      • PT-92 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1983 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • PT-92C (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1983 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • PT-99 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1983 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • PT-100 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1983 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • PT-101 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1983 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • PT-917 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1983 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • PT-917C (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1983 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • Taurus PT-900 Series (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1992 – Semi-Automatic Pistols)
        • Taurus PT-909 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 2005 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Taurus PT-911 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1997 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Taurus PT-940 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1992 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • Taurus PT-945 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 1994 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
      • Taurus PT-908 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
    • Revolvers
      • Judge (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .410 Bore, .45 Colt, .454 Casull)
        • Taurus Judge Carbine Variant (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver/Carbine – .410 Bore, .45 Colt, .454 Casull)
        • Raging Judge (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .410 Bore, .45 Colt, .454 Casull)
      • M44 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .44 Remington Magnum)
        • M44C (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Subcompact Double-Action Revolver – .44 Remington Magnum)
      • M66 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum)
      • M85 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Subcompact Double-Action Revolver – .38 S&W Special)
        • M85 Ultralite (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Subcompact Double-Action Revolver – .38 S&W Special)
      • M415 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Subcompact Double-Action Revolver – .41 Remington Magnum)
        • M415T (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Subcompact Double-Action Revolver – .41 Remington Magnum)
      • M605 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Subcompact Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum)
      • M627 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum)
      • M669 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum)
      • M970 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Long Rifle)
      • M971 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Subcompact Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum)
      • Raging Bull (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum)
        • M22H (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .22 Hornet)
        • M30C (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .30 Carbine)
        • M218 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .218 Bee)
        • M223 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .223 Remington)
        • M416 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .41 Remington Magnum)
        • M444 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .44 Remington Magnum, .44 S&W Special)
          • M444 Ultralite (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Compact Double-Action Revolver – .44 Remington Magnum, .44 S&W Special)
        • M454 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .454 Casull)
        • M480 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .480 Ruger)
        • M500 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Double-Action Revolver – .500 S&W Magnum, .500 S&W Special)
    • Rifles
      • ART-556 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • CT-556 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
    • Shotguns
      • Taurus ST-12 (Federative Republic of Brazil – Unknown – Pump-Action Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
    • Submachine Guns
      • M972 (Federative Republic of Brazil, Italian Republic – 1959 – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Licensed Production Beretta M12)
      • PT 24/7 (Federative Republic of Brazil – 2004 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
        • PT 24/7 OSS (Federative Republic of Brazil – 2004 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
  • FR8 (Spain – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.62×51mm CETME)
  • Fostech
    • Fostech Origin-12
  • Franchi
    • Rifles
      • Franchi LF-58 (Italy – Assault Rifle – .30 Carbine)
      • Franchi LF-59 (Italy – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
      • Franchi mod. 641 (Italy – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
    • Shotguns
      • Franchi SPAS-12 (Italy – Semi-Automatic Shotgun, pump-action shotgun – 12 Gauge)
      • Franchi SAS-12 (Italy – Pump-Action Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
      • Franchi SPAS-15 (Italy – Semi-Automatic, Pump-Action Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
  • Fratelli Tanfoglio S.N.C.
    • Pistols
      • Tanfoglio BTA-90 (Italian Republic – 1990 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • Tanfoglio Force (Italian Republic – 1997 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .38 Super Automatic, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto, .41 Action Express, .45 ACP: CZ-75 Variant)
        • Tanfoglio Force 22 L (Italian Republic – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
        • Tanfoglio Force Carry (Italian Republic – 1997 – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
        • Tanfoglio Force Compact (Italian Republic – 1997 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .38 Super Automatic, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto, .45 ACP)
        • Tanfoglio Force L (Italian Republic – 1997 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .38 Super Automatic, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto, .45 ACP)
        • Tanfoglio Force Sport (Italian Republic – 1997 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .38 Super Automatic, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto, .45 ACP)
      • Tanfoglio GT21 (Italian Republic – Unknown – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×21mm IMI)
      • Tanfoglio GT27 (Italian Republic – Unknown – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .25 ACP)
      • Tanfoglio GT41 (Italian Republic – Unknown – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .41 Action Express)
      • Tanfoglio GT380 (Italian Republic – Unknown – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP)
      • Tanfoglio P9 (Italian Republic – Unknown – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Tanfoglio P9 Combat (Italian Republic – Unknown – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Tanfoglio P9 Match (Italian Republic – Unknown – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • Tanfoglio P19 (Italian Republic – Unknown – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×21mm Parabellum)
      • Tanfoglio T95 (Italian Republic – 1995 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×21mm IMI)
      • Tanfoglio TA-90 (Italian Republic – 1990 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .38 Super Automatic, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto, .45 ACP)
  • Fostech
    • Origin 12 (US – Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
  • FX-05 Xiuhcoatl (Mexico – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 6.8×43mm SPC)

G

  • Gabriel & Vojta Sportwaffen GmbH
    • Pistols
      • Ultramatic LV (Republic of Austria – 1995 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .38 Super Automatic, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
  • M1870 Gasser Army Revolver (Austria-Hungary – Single-Action Revolver – 11mm Montenegrin)
  • Ganzstahl Sportpistole Wolf Ultramatic Mod. LV (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .38 Super, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
  • Geller automatic rifle (Soviet Union - 1933 - Automatic Rifle Prototype - 7.62x54mmR)
  • General Dynamics
    • Launchers
      • OCSW (US – Automatic Grenade Launcher – 25mm Grenade)
      • XM307 (United States – 2000 – Automatic Grenade Launcher – 25×59mm Grenade: Automatic grenade launcher designed to kill enemy combatants or destroy lightly armored targets at long range. Planned to replace or supplement the Browning M2 heavy machine guns and Mk 19 automatic grenade launchers used by the United States Armed Forces. Development cancelled in 2007. Prototypes only.)
        • XM312 (United States – 2000 – Heavy Machine Gun – .50 BMG: Heavy machine gun variant of the experimental XM307 grenade launcher. Designed to replace the Browning M2HB heavy machine guns in service with the United States Armed Forces. Development cancelled in 2007. Prototypes only.)
        • XM806 (United States – 2009 – Heavy Machine Gun – .50 BMG: Heavy machine gun based on the experimental XM307 grenade launcher. Designed to replace the Browning M2HB heavy machine guns in service with the United States Armed Forces. Development cancelled in 2012. Prototypes only.)
  • General Electric
    • Gatling Guns
    • Machine Guns
      • M85 (United States – General Electric – Unknown Date – Heavy Machine Gun – .50 BMG)
        • M85C (United States – General Electric – Unknown Date – Heavy Machine Gun – .50 BMG: Infantry variant of the American General Electric M85 heavy machine gun with sights and spade grips.)
  • General Motors
    • Pistols
    • Submachine Guns
      • M3 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP)
        • M3A1 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP)
  • Gepárd Anti-Materiel Rifle (Hungary – Anti-Materiel Rifle)
    • Gepárd M1 (Hungary – Single-Shot Anti-Materiel Rifle – 12.7×108mm, 14.5×114mm, .50 BMG)
    • Gepárd M2 (Hungary – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – 12.7×108mm, .50 BMG)
    • Gepárd M3 (Hungary – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – 14.5×114mm)
    • Gepárd M4 (Hungary – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – 12.7×108mm, .50 BMG)
    • Gepárd M5 (Hungary – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – 12.7×108mm, 14.5×114mm, .50 BMG)
    • Gepárd M6 (Hungary – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – 12.7×108mm, .50 BMG)
  • Gepard Submachine Gun (Russia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • German Sport Guns GSG-5
  • Gevarm
    • Submachine Guns
      • Gevarm D4 (France – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • GIAT – Nexter (Groupement des Industries de l'Armée de Terre): Manufacture d'armes de Saint-Étienne (MAS)
    • Machine Guns
      • GIAT AA-52 (France – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.5×54mm French)
        • GIAT MAC-58 (France – Heavy Machine Gun – .50 BMG)
        • GIAT NF-1 (France – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.5×54mm French)
    • Rifles
    • Submachine Guns
      • GIAT MAS-38 (France – Submachine Gun – .32 ACP, 7.65×20mm Longue)
      • GIAT PDW (France – Personal Defence Weapon – 5.7×22mm GIAT)
  • Glock Ges.m.b.H.
    • Pistols
      • Glock (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistols)
      • Glock 17 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 17A (Austria, Australia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 17C (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 17DK (Austria, Denmark – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 17L (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 17MB (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 17Pro (Austria, Finland – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 17S (Austria, Israel, Pakistan, Tasmania – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 17 SNF (Austria, Panama – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 17T (Austria – Semi-Automatic Training Pistol – Rubber Bullets)
        • Glock 18 (Austria – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • Glock 18C (Austria – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 19 (Austria – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • Glock 19C (Austria – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 26 (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Glock 34 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Competition Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • Glock 20 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto)
        • Glock 20C (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto)
        • Glock 20SF (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto)
        • Glock 29 (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto)
          • Glock 29SF (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto)
      • Glock 21 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • Glock 21C (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto)
        • Glock 21SF (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • Glock 30 (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
          • Glock 30S (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
          • Glock 30SF (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
          • Glock 36 (Austria – Ultra-compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • Glock 41 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Competition Pistol – .45 ACP)
      • Glock 22 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • Glock 22C (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • Glock 23 (Austria – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
          • Glock 23C (Austria – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • Glock 24 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Competition Pistol – .40 S&W)
          • Glock 24C (Austria – Semi-Automatic Competition Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • Glock 27 (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • Glock 35 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Competition Pistol – .40 S&W)
      • Glock 25 (Austria – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP)
        • Glock 25 SDN (Austria, Mexico – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP)
        • Glock 28 (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP)
        • Glock 42 (Austria – Ultra-compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP)
      • Glock 31 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .357 SIG)
        • Glock 31C (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .357 SIG)
        • Glock 32 (Austria – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .357 SIG)
          • Glock 32C (Austria – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .357 SIG)
        • Glock 33 (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .357 SIG)
      • Glock 37 (Austria – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 GAP)
        • Glock 38 (Austria – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 GAP)
        • Glock 39 (Austria – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 GAP)
      • Glock Mariner (Austria, Philippines – Semi-Automatic Pistol – Various)
      • Glock Tactical (Austria, Philippines – Semi-Automatic Pistol – Various)
  • GORDA SCH-21 (Georgia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Gordon Ingram
  • Grad (North Ossetia – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm)
  • Grand Power
    • Pistols
      • K100 (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K100 DAO (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K100 Mark 6 (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K100 QA (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K100 Tactical (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K100 Target (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K100 Whisper (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K100 X-Calibur (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K100 X-Trim (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K102 R (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • K105 R (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • GPC9 (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • P1 (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • P1S (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • P11 (Slovakia – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • P40 (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .357 SIG, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto)
          • P40/L (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .357 SIG, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto)
        • P45 (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
          • P45/L (Slovakia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
  • Greener Prison Shotgun (United Kingdom – Lever-Action Shotgun – .577/450 Martini–Henry)
  • Grendel
    • Pistols
      • Grendel P30 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire)
    • Rifles
      • Grendel R31 (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .22 Winchester Magnum)
      • Grendel S16 (US – Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • Grot CH-9/25 (Rhodesia, South Africa – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
    • Grot CH-9/25 Silenced (Rhodesia, South Africa – Integrally Suppressed Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Gustloff-Werke
    • Rifles
      • PzB 38 (Nazi Germany – Single-Shot Bolt-Action Anti-Tank Rifle – 7.92×94mm)
        • PzB 39 (Nazi Germany – Single-Shot Bolt-Action Anti-Tank Rifle – 7.92×94mm)
          • GrB 39 (Nazi Germany – Shortened Single-Shot Bolt-Action Anti-Tank Rifle – 7.92×94mm)
  • Gyrojet Series

H

  • H & R Firearms
  • Hagelberg Arms
  • Hakim Rifle (Egypt, Sweden – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.92×57mm Mauser)
  • Hamilton mod. 1901 (Sweden – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 6.5mm Bergmann)
  • Hand mortar
  • Harris Gun Works
  • Hessische Industrie Werke
  • Helenius 12.7 mm anti-materiel rifle (Finland – Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG)
  • Helenius 20 mm anti-materiel rifle (Finland – Anti-Materiel Rifle – 20mm)
  • Henry Rifle (US – Lever-Action Rifle – .45 Rimfire)
  • Hesse Arms 50 BMG Rifle (US – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG)
  • Heym AG
    • Rifles
      • Heym Express Magnum (Germany – Bolt-Action Rifle – .300 Winchester Magnum, .300 Weatherby Magnum, .338 Lapua Magnum, .375 Holland & Holland Magnum, .378 Weatherby Magnum, .404 Jeffery, .416 Rigby, .416 Weatherby Magnum, .416 Remington Magnum, .425 Express, .450 Ackley, .450 Rigby, .458 Winchester Magnum, .460 Weatherby Magnum, .500 Jeffery, .505 Gibbs, .577 Nitro Express, .600 Nitro Express)
  • High Standard Manufacturing Company
  • Hi-Point Firearms
  • Hinawa Revolver (Japan – Matchlock Pistol – Various)
  • Hino Komuro M1908 Pistol (Japanese Empire – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 8×22mm Nambu, .25 ACP, .32 ACP)
  • Heckler & Koch GmbH
    • Launchers
      • HK AG36 (Germany – Single-Shot Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
        • HK AG-C (Germany – Single-Shot Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
          • HK AG-NL (Germany – Single-Shot Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
          • HK M320 (Germany – Single-Shot Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
        • HK AG-SA (Germany – Single-Shot Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
      • HK EFL (West Germany – Single-Shot Flare Launcher – 19×36mm Flare)
      • HK GMG (Germany – Automatic Grenade Launcher – 40×53mm Grenade)
        • HK GMW (Germany – Automatic Grenade Launcher – 40×53mm Grenade)
      • HK P2A1 (Germany – Single-Shot Flare Launcher – 25mm Flare, 26.5mm Flare)
      • HK69 (West Germany – Single-Shot Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
        • HK MZP-1 (West Germany – Single-Shot Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
        • HK69A1 (West Germany – Single-Shot Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
          • HK79 (West Germany – Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
            • HK79A1 (West Germany – Underslung Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade)
    • Machine Guns
      • HK MG4 (Germany – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK MG4E (Germany – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK MG4KE (Germany – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • HK21 (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK11 (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK11A1 (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK11E (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G8 (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
            • HK G8A1 (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK13 (West Germany – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK13E (West Germany – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK21A1 (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK21E (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK23 (West Germany – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK23E (West Germany – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK73 (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK25 (West Germany – Heavy Machine Gun – .50 BMG)
        • HK51B (West Germany – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • m/968 (Portugal – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • MG21 (Mexico – General Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
    • Pistols
      • HK Mk 23 Mod 0 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
      • HK P7 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK P7K3 (West Germany – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .22 Long Rifle, .32 ACP, .380 ACP)
        • HK P7M7 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • HK P7M8 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK P7M10 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • HK P7M13 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK P7M13SD (West Germany – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK P7PT8 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • HK P9 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.65×21mm Parabellum, 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK P9K (West Germany – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum: Prototype)
        • HK P9S Target (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
      • HK P11 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Underwater Pistol – 7.62×36mm)
      • HK P46 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 4.6×30mm)
      • HK P80 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • HK P2000 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W)
        • HK P2000SK (Germany – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W)
      • HK USP (Germany – Semi-Automatic Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
        • HK USP9 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK P8 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK USP9SD (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK USP40 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • HK USP45 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • HK USP Compact (Germany – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
          • HK P10 (Germany – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
          • HK USP Compact Tactical (Germany – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • HK USP Custom Sport (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
        • HK USP Expert (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
        • HK USP Elite (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
        • HK USP Match (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
      • HK VP70 (West Germany – Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK VP70M (West Germany – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK VP70Z (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm)
      • HK4 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle, .25 ACP, .380 ACP)
        • P11 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP)
      • HK45 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • HK45C (Germany – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • HK45T (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
          • HK45CT (Germany – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
    • Rifles
      • HK G3 (West Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • Gv M/75 (Denmark – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK G3A1 (West Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK G3A2 (West Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK G3A3 (West Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G3A3A1 (West Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G3A3ZF (West Germany – Scoped Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G3A5 (Denmark – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G3A6 (Iran – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G3A7 (Turkey – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G3SG/1 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK HSG1 (Luxembourg – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK G3A4 (West Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G3A4A1 (West Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G3A7A1 (Turkey – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK G3KA4 (West Germany – Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO)
            • HK G3AKA4ZF (West Germany – Scoped Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK G3TGS (West Germany – Battle Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK32 (West Germany – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
          • HK32KA3 (West Germany – Carbine – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
        • HK41 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK41A2 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK41A3 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK91 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
            • HK91A2 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
              • HK911 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
            • HK91A3 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
            • HK91A4 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
            • HK91A5 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
            • HK91ZF (West Germany – Scoped Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
              • HK SR9 (West Germany – Scoped Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
              • HK91A2ZF (West Germany – Scoped Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
                • HK SR9 T (West Germany – Scoped Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
                • HK SR9 TC (West Germany – Scoped Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK MSG3 (West Germany – Scoped Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK PSG-1 (West Germany – Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK MSG90 (West Germany – Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK PSG-1A1 (West Germany – Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
      • Heckler & Koch G11 (West Germany – Assault Rifle – 4.73×33mm)
        • HK ACR (West Germany – Assault Rifle – 4.73×33mm)
        • HK G11PDW (West Germany – Personal Defense Weapon – 4.73×33mm)
        • HK LMG11 (West Germany – Light Machine Gun – 4.73×33mm)
      • HK G36 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK G36A1 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK G36A2 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK G36K (Germany – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK G36C (Germany – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
            • HK G36C3 (Germany – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK G36KA4 (Germany – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK G36V (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK G36KV (Germany – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
            • HK G36CV (Germany – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
            • HK G36KV2 (Germany – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK MG36 (Germany – Squad Automatic Weapon – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK SL8 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, .223 Remington)
          • HK R8 (Germany – Straight-Pull Bolt-Action Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, .223 Remington)
          • HK SL8-1 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, .223 Remington)
            • HK SL8-6 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, .223 Remington)
          • HK SL8-2 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Designated Marksman Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, .223 Remington)
          • HK SL8-4 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, .223 Remington)
            • HK SL8-5 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, .223 Remington)
          • HK SL8-10 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .222 Remington, .223 Remington)
          • HK SL9SD (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .300 Whisper)
      • HK G41 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK G41A1 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK G41A2 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK G41K (Germany – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK G41A3 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK G41TGS (Germany – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • HK SL6 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, .223 Remington)
        • HK SL7 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
      • HK XM8 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • HK XM25 CDTE (Federal Republic of Germany – 2010 – Semi-Automatic Grenade Launcher – 25×40mm Grenade: Developed by Alliant Techsystems and Heckler & Koch for use with the United States Army. Currently undergoing field testing, and planned to enter service in late 2015.)
      • HK XM29 (Germany – Objective Individual Combat Weapon – 5.56×45mm NATO, 20×85mm)
      • HK33 (West Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK33A2 (West Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK33A3 (West Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK33KA3 (West Germany – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
            • HK53 (West Germany – Carbine/Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
              • HK GR2 (West Germany – Carbine/Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
                • HK GR2C (West Germany – Carbine/Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
                • HK GR2S (West Germany – Carbine/Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
              • HK53 MICV (West Germany – Carbine/Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
              • HK53A2 (West Germany – Carbine/Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
              • HK53A3 (West Germany – Carbine/Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK33E (West Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK33ESA3 (West Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK33ETGS (West Germany – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK33SG/1 (West Germany – Scoped Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • HK36 (West Germany – Assault Rifle – 4.6×36mm: Prototype)
      • HK43 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .223 Remington 5.56×45mm NATO: Prototype)
        • HK43A2 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .223 Remington)
        • HK43A3 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .223 Remington)
        • HK93 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .223 Remington)
          • HK93A2 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .223 Remington)
          • HK93A3 (West Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .223 Remington)
      • HK270 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 Long Rifle)
      • HK300 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire)
      • HK416 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK D10RS (Germany – Sub-Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK D14.5RS (Germany – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK D16.5RS (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK D20RS (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK416A5 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK416A5-10 (Germany – Sub-Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK416A5-14.5 (Germany – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK416A5-16.5 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
          • HK416A5-20 (Germany – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK416C (Germany – Sub-Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK417 (Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK MR308 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK417-12 (Germany – Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK417-16 (Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • HK417-20 (Germany – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • HK M27 IAR (Germany – Squad Automatic Weapon – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • HK MR223 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • HK630 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .222 Remington)
      • HK770 (Germany – Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester)
      • HK940 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .30-06 Springfield)
    • Shotguns
    • Submachine Guns
      • HK MP5 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5A1 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5A2 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5A3 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5A4 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5A5 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5/10 (Germany – Submachine Gun – 10mm Auto)
        • HK MP5/40 (Germany – Submachine Gun – .40 S&W)
        • HK MP5/M203PI (West Germany – Submachine Gun with Grenade Launcher – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5 PIP (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5F (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5K (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5KA1 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5KA4 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5KA5 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5K-N (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5K PDW (West Germany – Personal Defense Weapon – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5N (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5PT (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK MP5SD (West Germany – Integrally Suppressed Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5SD1 (West Germany – Integrally Suppressed Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5SD2 (West Germany – Integrally Suppressed Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5SD3 (West Germany – Integrally Suppressed Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5SD4 (West Germany – Integrally Suppressed Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5SD5 (West Germany – Integrally Suppressed Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5SD6 (West Germany – Integrally Suppressed Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK MP5SD-N (West Germany – Integrally Suppressed Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK54 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Prototype)
          • HK54A1 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Prototype)
        • HK94 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK94A2 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK94A3 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • HK94KA1 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • HK MP7 (Germany – Personal Defense Weapon – 4.6×30mm)
        • HK MP7-PDW (Germany – Personal Defense Weapon – 4.6×30mm)
        • HK MP7-SF (Germany – Semi-Automatic Personal Defense Weapon – 4.6×30mm)
        • HK MP7A1 (Germany – Personal Defense Weapon – 4.6×30mm)
        • HK MP7A2 (Germany – Personal Defense Weapon – 4.6×30mm)
      • HK MP2000 (West Germany – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Prototype)
      • HK UMP (Germany – Submachine Gun)
        • HK UMP9 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HK UMP40 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Submachine Gun – .40 S&W)
        • HK UMP45 (Germany – Semi-Automatic Submachine Gun – .45 ACP)
        • HK USC (Germany – Semi-Automatic Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Heidar (Iran – Anti Materiel Rifle – 12.7mm)
  • Hillberg
  • Hispano-Argentina
    • Pistols
    • Submachine Guns
      • Hafdasa C-4 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
        • Hafdasa C-2 (Argentina – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
        • Hafdasa Z-4 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
  • Holding Dine
    • Launchers
      • Holding Dine Lanzador de Gases (Ecuador – Grenade Launcher – 40mm Grenade)
    • Submachine Guns
      • Holding Dine PAME-SB (Ecuador – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Holmes submachine gun
  • Hopkins & Allen Pocket Revolver
    • Hopkins & Allen XL No. 4
    • Hopkins & Allen XL No. 5
  • Hotchkiss
    • Machine Guns
  • Hovea M/49 (Denmark – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Howa
    • Rifles
      • Howa AR18 (Japan – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Licensed Production Armalite AR-18)
      • Howa M1500 (Japan – Bolt-Action Rifle – 6.5×55mm, .204 Ruger, .22–250 Remington, .223 Remington, .30-06 Springfield, .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .375 Ruger)
      • Howa Type 64 (Japan – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
      • Howa Type 89 (Japan – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
    • Shotguns
      • Howa M3000 (Japan – Pump-Action Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
  • Howard Francis machine carbine (United Kingdom – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.63×25mm Mauser)
  • Howell Automatic Rifle (United Kingdom – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .303 British)
  • HS Produkt
    • Pistols
      • HS2000 (Croatia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • HS2000-S (Croatia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP)
        • HS2000 Compact (Croatia – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • HS2000 Ported V-10 (Croatia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W)
        • HS2000 Service (Croatia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, .45 GAP)
        • HS2000 Subcompact (Croatia – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W)
        • HS2000 Tactical (Croatia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, .45 GAP)
        • HS2000M 3.8 (Croatia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W)
        • HS2000M 4.5 (Croatia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
        • HS2000M 5.25 Competition (Croatia – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
    • Rifles
      • VHS (Republic of Croatia – 2005 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • VHS-2 (Republic of Croatia – 2013 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • VHS-D (Republic of Croatia – 2005 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • VHS-K (Republic of Croatia – 2005 – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • Huaqing Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
    • Machine Guns
  • Hughes Aircraft Company
    • Machine Guns
      • EX-17 Heligun (United States – Two-Barreled Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
  • Hughes Gun Systems
    • Machine Guns
      • Hughes lockless machine gun (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm)
    • Rifles
      • Hughes lockless rifle (US – Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG)
  • Huot automatic rifle (Canada – Light Machine Gun – .303 British)
  • Hyde Carbine (US – Submachine Gun – .30 Carbine: Prototype)

I

J

  • Jarmann M1884 (Norway – Bolt-Action Rifle – 10.15×61mmR)
  • Jatimatic GG-95 SMG PDW (Finland – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • JAWS Viper (Jordan – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
  • Jezail (Various – Musket – Various)
  • Jimenez Arms
    • Pistols
      • Jennings J-22 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
      • Jennings Nine (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Anschütz
    • Biathlon rifles (.22 LR):
      • 64 Biathlon (bolt action)
      • Fortner 1727 Biathlon (straight pull) (discontinued)
      • Fortner 1827 Biathlon (straight pull)
      • Laserpower III training rifle
    • Small bore match rifles (.22 LR):
      • 54.30
      • F27
      • 1903
      • 1907
      • 1913
    • Bolt action hunting models:
      • 65 MP (.22 LR)
      • 1416 (.22 LR)
      • 1441/42 (.22 LR)
      • 1516 (.22 WMR)
      • 1517 (.17 HMR)
      • 1710 (.22 LR)
      • 1712 (.22 LR)
      • 1771 (4.6x30, .17 Hornet, .204 Ruger, .222 Rem, .223 Rem, .300 BLK)
  • Johnson Automatics
  • Johnson Rotary Automatic Pistol (US - Externally Driven Gatling Pistol - .22LR: Prototype)
  • Johnston Model D-1918 (US – Light Machine Gun – .30-06)
  • Johnston rotary gun (US - Split Breech Rotary Machine Gun - .30-06: Prototype)
  • J. P. Enterprises
    • Rifles
      • CTR-02 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • JP-15 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • JP-15 VTAC (US – Semi-Automatic Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)

K

  • K-3 (Armenia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×39mm)
  • Karlovich machine gun (Russian Empire - Machine Gun - )
  • K&M Arms
    • K&M Arms .308 (United States - Battle Rifle - 7.62x51mm NATO)
  • Knight's Armament Company
    • Machine Guns
      • KAC ChainSAW (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • KAC GatMalite (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • KAC LMG (US – Light Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
    • Rifles
      • KAC M110 SASS (US – Semi-Automatic Designated Marksman Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
      • KAC SR-15 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • KAC SR-16 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • KAC SR-16 CQB (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • KAC SR-16 E3 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • KAC SR-25 (US – Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • KAC SR-47 (US – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
      • KAC SR-50 (US – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG)
    • Shotguns
  • Kahr Arms
    • Pistols
      • Kahr K Series (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistols – Various)
        • Kahr K9 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Kahr K40 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
      • Kahr MK Series (US – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistols – Various)
        • Kahr MK9 (US – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Kahr MK40 (US – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
      • Kahr P Series (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistols – Various)
        • Kahr CW Budget Line
          • Kahr CW9 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
          • Kahr CW40 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
          • Kahr CW45 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
          • Kahr CW380 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP)
        • Kahr P9 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Kahr P40 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • Kahr P45 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
        • Kahr P380 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP)
      • Kahr PM Series (US – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistols – Various)
        • Kahr PM9 (US – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Kahr PM40 (US – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • Kahr PM45 (US – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
      • Kahr PM Series (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistols – Various)
        • Kahr T9 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Kahr T40 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
      • Kahr PM Series (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistols – Various)
        • Kahr TP9 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Kahr TP40 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
        • Kahr TP45 (US – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
  • M1916 Kalashnikov automatic rifle (Russian Empire - Automatic Rifle/Light Machine Gun - 7.62x54mmR: Designed by Mikhail Georgievich Kalashnikov as a possible replacement for the Fedorov Avtomat. Not from the same inventor of the AK-47)
  • Kalashnikov Concern/Izhevsk Mechanical Plant/Izhmash
    • Rifles
      • AK-47 (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1946–1948 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Considered to be the first assault rifle ever mass-produced.)
        • AKS/AKS-47 (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1950 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the AK-47 with a downward-folding metal shoulder stock, like the one on the Nazi German MP40 submachine gun.)
        • AK-12 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov, Vladimir Zlobin – 2010 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm, 5.56×45mm NATO, Unknown 6.5mm cartridge currently in development, 6.5mm Grendel, 7.62×39mm: Based on the Kalashnikov family of firearms, and heavily modified to fit modern day standards. Can fire multiple types of ammunition, fill many different roles, and can fire in three round bursts. Adopted by the Russian military in 2012, and will replace many of the aging rifles currently in service. A variant designed for civilian use is currently in development, along with multiple other variants designed for military use.)
          • AK-12/76 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov, Vladimir Zlobin – 2010–Present – Semi-Automatic Shotgun – 12 Gauge: Shotgun variant of the AK-12 assault rifle. A variant designed for civilian use will be available. Prototypes only, in development.)
          • AK-200 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov, Vladimir Zlobin – 2010 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm, 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm: Prototype assault rifle that led to the AK-12 family of weapons.)
          • AKU-12 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov, Vladimir Zlobin – 2010–Present – Carbine – 5.45×39mm, 5.56×45mm NATO, Unknown 6.5mm cartridge currently in development, 6.5mm Grendel, 7.62×39mm: Carbine-length variant of the AK-12 assault rifle. Prototypes only, in development.)
          • PPK-12 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov, Vladimir Zlobin – 2010–Present – Assault Rifle – Unknown Cartridge: Submachine gun variant of the AK-12 assault rifle. Prototypes only, in development.)
          • RPK-12 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov, Vladimir Zlobin – 2010–Present – Squad Automatic Weapon – 7.62×39mm: Squat automatic weapon variant of the AK-12 assault rifle. Currently only produced in 7.62×39mm, more cartridges possible in the future. In development.)
          • SVD-12 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov, Vladimir Zlobin – 2010–Present – Designated Marksman Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Designated marksman rifle variant of the AK-12 assault rifle. Currently only produced in 7.62×51mm NATO, more cartridges possible in the future. A variant designed for civilian use will be available. In development.)
        • AKM (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Mikhail Kalashnikov – Late 1940s–1959 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Modernized variant of the AK-47 developed in the 1940s–1950s.)
          • AK-74 (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1974 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Variant of the AKM that improves some of the features, and uses a newer 5.45×39mm cartridge.)
            • AK-74M (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics/Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1990–1991 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Modernized variant of the AK-74 assault rifle featuring several improvements, including a side-folding synthetic shoulder stock, a lightened bolt, improved muzzle device, smoothed dust cover, a redesigned guide rod return spring retainer, and a side-rail bracket for mounting optics. Some rifles also feature a Picatinny rail. Adopted by the Russian Federation as a standard service rifle in the early 1990s.)
              • AK-74M with universal upgrade kit (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 2015–Present – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Upgraded variant of the AK-74M assault rifle featuring a new safety, dust cover and furniture that have improved ergonomics, Picatinny Rails, and a new muzzle device. In development.)
              • AK-100 series (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1994 – Assault Rifles/Carbines – Various Cartridges: Series of improved variants of the AK-74M assault rifle made up of more modern materials, such as polymers and plastics.)
                • AK-9 (Russian Federation – Izhmash – 2004 – Integrally Suppressed Assault Rifle – 9×39mm: Variant of the AK-100 series chambered in 9×39mm. Adopted by the Russian Army in 2004.)
                • AK-101 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1994 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Full length variant of the AK-100 series, chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO. This is the main rifle in the AK-100 series exported to other countries. Adopted by the Russian Army in 1995, supplementing the AK-74M assault rifles already in active service at that time.)
                  • AK-102 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1994 – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO: Carbine-length variant of the AK-101 assault rifle. Adopted by the Russian Army in 1995, supplementing the AKS-74U carbines already in active service at that time.)
                  • RPK-201 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1994 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 5.56×45mm NATO: Squad automatic weapon variant of the AK-101 assault rifle. Adopted by the Russian Army in 1995, supplementing the RPK-74M squad automatic weapons already in active service.)
                • AK-103 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1994 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Full length variant of the AK-100 series chambered in 7.62×39mm. Adopted by the Russian Army in 2001, supplementing the AK-74M assault rifles already in active service at that time.)
                  • AK-103-1 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Semi-automatic variant of the AK-103 assault rifle designed for police and civilian use.)
                  • AK-103-2 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – Unknown Date – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the AK-103 assault rifle designed for police and civilian use. Automatic fire replaced with a three-round burst feature.)
                  • AK-103N2 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – Unknown Date – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the AK-103 assault rifle with a mount for the 1PN58 night-vision scope.)
                  • AK-103N3 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – Unknown Date – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the AK-103 assault rifle with a mount for the 1PN51 night-vision scope.)
                  • AK-104 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1994 – Carbine – 7.62×39mm: Carbine-length variant of the AK-103 assault rifle. Adopted by the Russian Army in 2001, supplementing the AKS-74U carbines already in active service at that time.)
                • AK-105 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1994 – Carbine – 5.45×39mm: Carbine variant of the AK-100 series of assault rifles chambered in 5.45×39mm. Adopted by the Russian Army in 2001, supplementing the AKS-74U carbines already in active service at that time.)
                • AK-107 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1997 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Variant of the AK-100 series derived from the experimental Russian AL-7 assault rifle. Adopted by the Russian Army.)
                  • AK-108 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1997 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Variant of the AK-107 chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO.)
                    • MK-108 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 2013 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Semi-automatic variant of the AK-108 assault rifle designed for civilian use.)
                  • MK-107 (Russian Federation – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 2013 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Semi-automatic variant of the AK-107 assault rifle designed for civilian use.)
            • AKS-74 (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1974 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Variant of the AK-74 assault rifle with a side-folding metal shoulder stock, designed primarily for use with airborne infantry units.)
              • AKS-74U (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1977–1979 – Carbine – 5.45×39mm: Carbine-length variant of the AKS-74 assault rifle. Used primarily with airborne infantry units, armored vehicle crews, rear-echelon support units, and special forces.)
            • RPK-74 (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1974 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 5.45×39mm: Squad automatic weapon variant of the AK-74 assault rifle.)
          • AKMS (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1959 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the AKM with a downward-folding metal shoulder stock, like the one on the Nazi German MP40 submachine gun.)
          • RPK (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Mikhail Kalashnikov – 1961 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 7.62×39mm: Squad automatic weapon variant of the AKM assault rifle.)
      • AL-7 (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Yury Aleksandrov – Early 1970s – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Experimental assault rifle that competed with the AK-74 assault rifle in Soviet Army trials. Never accepted by any military. Prototypes only.)
    • Pistols
      • Lebedev PL-14/PL-15 (Russian Federation – Dmitri Lebedev – 2015 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm)
  • Kalekalip 12.7mm AMR (Turkey – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG)
  • Kanuni pistol (Turkey – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Kalinichenko pistol (Russian Federation - Pistol - 7.62x25mm Tokarev)
  • Kashatn Submachine Gun (Russian Federation – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Kassnar Arms
    • Rifles
      • Kassnar Arms M-116 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 Long Rifle)
  • kb ppanc Wz. 35 (Poland – Bolt-Action Anti-Tank Rifle – 7.92×107mm DS)
  • KB-ST Design Bureau
    • Submachine Guns
      • Goblin SMG (Ukraine – Submachine Gun – 9×18mm Makarov, 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Kbkg wz. 1960 (Poland – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 7.62×39mm)
  • KBP Instrument Design Bureau
    • Machine Guns
      • GSh-23 (Soviet Union – Aircraft-Mounted Autocannon – 23×115mm)
    • Pistols
      • OTs-23 Drotik (Russian Federation – Machine Pistol – 5.45×18mm MPT)
      • PP-90 (Russian Federation – Machine Pistol – 9×18mm Makarov)
        • PP-90M (Russian Federation – Machine Pistol – 9×18mm Makarov)
        • PP-92 (Russian Federation – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • PP-2000 (Russian Federation – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×19mm 7N21 +P+, 9×19mm 7N31 +P+)
    • Revolvers
      • OTs-01 (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – 9×18mm Makarov)
        • OTs-01S (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – .380 ACP)
      • OTs-20 (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – 12.5×40mm STs-110)
      • R-92 (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – 9×18mm Makarov)
        • R-92S (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – .380 ACP)
      • U-94 UDAR (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – 12.3×50mmR)
        • U-94S (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – 12.3×22mmR PM32)
        • U-94TS (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – 12.3×40mmR)
    • Rifles
      • OSV-96 (Russian Federation – A.G. Shipunov – 1990s – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – 12.7×108mm)
        • V-94 (Russian Federation – A.G. Shipunov – 1990s – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – 12.7×108mm: Variant of the Russian OSV-96 semi-automatic anti-materiel rifle.)
      • OTs-12 (Russian Federation – Carbine – 9×39mm)
      • OTs-14 (Russian Federation – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm, 9×39mm)
        • OTs-14-1A (Russian Federation – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm)
          • OTs-14-1A-01 (Russian Federation – Carbine – 7.62×39mm)
          • OTs-14-1A-02 (Russian Federation – Carbine – 7.62×39mm)
          • OTs-14-1A-03 (Russian Federation – Designated Marksman Rifle – 7.62×39mm)
          • OTs-14-1A-04 (Russian Federation – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 7.62×39mm/40mm Caseless Grenade)
        • OTs-14-2A (Russian Federation – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype)
        • OTs-14-3A (Russian Federation – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Prototype)
        • OTs-14-4A (Russian Federation – Assault Rifle – 9×39mm)
          • OTs-14-4A-01 (Russian Federation – Carbine – 9×39mm)
          • OTs-14-4A-02 (Russian Federation – Carbine – 9×39mm)
          • OTs-14-4A-03 (Russian Federation – Designated Marksman Rifle – 9×39mm)
          • OTs-14-4A-04 (Russian Federation – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 9×39mm/40mm Caseless Grenade)
      • TKB-0146 (Soviet Union – 1980 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype)
      • VSK-94 (Russian Federation – 1994 – Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 9×39mm)
        • 9A-91 (Russian Federation – Subcompact Assault Rifle – 9×39mm)
    • Shotguns
      • RMB-93 (Russian Federation – Pump-Action Shotgun – 12 gauge)
        • RMf-96 (Russian Federation – Pump-Action Shotgun – 12 gauge)
        • RMO-93 (Russian Federation – Pump-Action Shotgun – 12 gauge)
    • Submachine Guns
      • PP-90 (Russian Federation – Submachine Gun – 9×18mm Makarov)
        • PP-90M (Russian Federation – Submachine Gun – 9×18mm Makarov)
      • PP-92 (Russian Federation – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Kefefs (Greece – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
    • Kefefs-M (Greece – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
    • Kefefs-P (Greece – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
  • Kel-Tec
  • Kg m/40 light machine gun (Sweden – Light Machine Gun – 6.5×55mm)
  • KGP-9 (Hungary – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • KH-2002 (Iran – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • Kimber Manufacturing
  • Kimmel Industries
    • Pistols
      • AP-9 (US – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Kingdom of Belgium State Arsenals
    • Rifles
      • Albini-Braendlin M1867 (Kingdom of Belgium – Augusto Albini, Francis Braendlin – 1867 – Single-Shot Rifle – 11×50mmR Albini: Belgian single-shot rifle designed in 1867. Adopted by the Army of the Kingdom of Belgium in 1867.)
        • Albini-Braendlin M1873 (Kingdom of Belgium – Augusto Albini, Francis Braendlin – 1873 – Single-Shot Rifle – 11×50mmR Albini: Variant of the Belgian Albini-Braendlin M1867 single-shot rifle.)
          • Albini-Braendlin M1873 Short Rifle (Kingdom of Belgium – Augusto Albini, Francis Braendlin – 1873 – Single Shot Carbine – 11×42mmR: Carbine-length variant of the Belgian Albini-Braendlin M1873 single-shot rifle.)
        • Albini-Braendlin M1880 (Kingdom of Belgium – Augusto Albini, Francis Braendlin – 1880 – Single-Shot Rifle – 11×50mmR Albini: Variant of the Belgian Albini-Braendlin M1867 single-shot rifle.)
  • Kintrek KBP-1 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 Long Rifle)
  • Knorr-Bremse automatic rifle (Germany – Light Machine Gun – 7.92×57mm Mauser)
  • Kokoda (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Owen Gun Variant)
  • Komodo Armaments
    • Komodo Armaments Eli gun (Indonesia - Gatling - 7.62x51mm NATO)
  • Kommando LDP (Rhodesia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • KOVROV AEK906 Russian revolver (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • KOVROV AEK919-K (Russian Federation – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • KP-5 (Czechoslovakia – Light Machine Gun – 7.5×45mm)
  • Krag–Jørgensen (Various – Bolt-Action Rifles – Various)
  • Krag–Petersson (Norway – Bolt-Action Rifle – 12.17×44mm Rimfire)
  • Kreighoff MG39 (Germany – Medium Machine Gun – 8×57mm IS)
  • KRISS USA, Inc.
  • Kropatschek (Kingdom of Portugal – Bolt-Action Rifle – 8×60mmR)
  • KS-23 (Soviet Union – Carbine/Shotgun – 23×75mmR)
    • KS-23K (Soviet Union – Carbine/Shotgun – 23×75mmR)
    • KS-23M (Soviet Union – Carbine/Shotgun – 23×75mmR)
    • TOZ-123 (Soviet Union – Carbine/Shotgun – 4 Gauge)

L

M

Makarov PM

Mosin-Nagant

M1 Garand

M16A1

M16A2

M16A3

M16A4

M60

N

  • NA-2 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype)
  • NA-4 (Soviet Union – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm: Prototype)
  • NAACO Brigadier (Canada – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 Winchester Magnum)
  • Nagant
    • Revolvers
      • Nagant M1895 (Russian Empire – Double-Action Revolver – 7.62×38mmR)
  • Nambu Pistol (Empire of Japan – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7×20mm, 8×22mm)
  • Nambu Type 66 (Japan – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Navy Arms
    • Revolvers
      • Navy Arms Frontier Buntline Model (United States – Navy Arms/Colt's Manufacturing Company – Unknown Date – Single-Action Revolver – .357 S&W Magnum, .45 Colt: Variant of the American Colt Buntline Special. Features a longer 16.5-inch barrel, a walnut grip, and a detachable shoulder stock.)
  • Neostead (South Africa – Pump-Action Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
  • Nexter
    • Rifles
      • PAPOP (France – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO/35mm Grenade: Prototype)
        • PAPOP-1 (France – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO/35mm Grenade: Prototype)
        • PAPOP-2 (France – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 5.56×45mm NATO/35mm Grenade: Prototype)
  • Norinco
  • Northwood Development
    • Submachine Guns
      • Northwood R-76 (Rhodesia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Northwood R-77 (Rhodesia – Carbine – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Nosler Model 48 (USA – Bolt-Action Rifle – 26 Nosler, 28 Nosler, 30 Nosler, 33 Nosler)
  • Nosorog AEK 906 revolver (Russian Federation – Double-Action Revolver – 9×19mm Parabellum)

O

  • OKB-575
    • Machine Guns
      • Garanin General-Purpose Machine Gun (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Georgy Semenovich Garanin – 1955–1960 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR: Soviet general-purpose machine guns designed in the mid and late 1950s for use with the Soviet Armed Forces. Never entered production due to being inferior to the Soviet PK general-purpose machine gun. Prototypes only.)
        • 2B-P-10 (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Georgy Semenovich Garanin – 1955–1960 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR: Variant of the Garanin general-purpose machine gun using lever-delayed blowback as the action. Prototype only.)
        • 2B-P-45 (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – Georgy Semenovich Garanin – 1957–1960 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR: Variant of the Garanin general-purpose machine gun using gas-operated reloading as the action. Prototype only.)
  • Olin Corporation
    • Rifles
      • Olin/Winchester FAL (US – Two-Barreled Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
  • Olympic Arms
    • Rifles
      • Olympic Arms CAR-97 (US – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO, .223 Remington: Colt M4 Variant)
      • Olympic Arms K23 (US – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • Olympic Arms K23-B (US – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • Olympic Arms OA-93 (US – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • Olympic Arms OA-93 TG (US – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • Olympic Arms OA-96 (US – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • Olympic Arms PCR Service Match (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • Omega SPS-12 (US – Semi-Automatic Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
  • Ordnance Factories Organization
    • Pistols
      • Ashani (India – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP)
  • Orgullo De La Industria Argentina
    • Pistols
      • TALA (Argentina – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
  • Orita M1941 (Romania – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Ortgies pistol (Weimar Republic – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .25 ACP, .32 ACP, .380 ACP)
  • Owen Machine Carbine (Australia – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)

P

  • Pakistan Ordnance Factories
    • Submachine Guns
      • POF SMG5-K (Pakistan, Germany – Compact Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Licensed Production HK MP5K)
  • Pancor Jackhammer (US – Automatic Combat Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
  • Państwowa Fabryka Karabinów
    • Machine Guns
      • wz.1928 (Poland – Light Machine Gun – 7.92×57mm Mauser: Licensed Production Browning M1918)
        • RKM wz.28 (Poland – Aircraft Mounted Machine Gun – 7.92×57mm Mauser)
  • Panchenkov machine gun (Russian Empire - Rotary Machine Gun - 7.62x54mmR)
  • Paolone & Sala S.R.L
    • Pistols
      • Centella (Argentina – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22LR)
  • Para-Ordnance
    • Pistols
      • Para Ordnance LDA (Canada – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W, .45 ACP)
      • Para Ordnance P13 (Canada – Semi-Automatic Pistol)
        • Para Ordnance P13-45 (Canada – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP)
      • Para Ordnance P16 (Canada – Semi-Automatic Pistol)
        • Para Ordnance P16-10 (Canada – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 10mm Auto)
        • Para Ordnance P16-40 (Canada – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W)
      • Para Ordnance P18 (Canada – Semi-Automatic Pistol)
        • Para Ordnance P18-9 (Canada – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Pardini Sport Pistol (Italy – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
  • Parker Hale
  • Patria (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
    • Patria Mod 2 (Argentina – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Patriot Ordnance Factory (POF-USA)
    • POF ReVolt .308 (USA – ReVolt Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester)
    • POF ReVolt 5.56 (USA – ReVolt Bolt-Action Rifle – 5.56mm NATO)
    • POF P415 5.56 (USA – Semi-Automatic Direct Impingement (piston) Rifle – 5.56mm NATO)
    • POF P308 .308 (USA – Semi-Automatic Direct Impingement (piston) Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester)
  • Pauza P-50 (US – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG)
  • PAWS ZX5 (US – Submachine Gun – .45 ACP)
  • Perrino Model 1908 (Kingdom of Italy – Medium Machine Gun – 6.5×52mm Mannlicher–Carcano)
  • Perazzi MX 2005 (Italy – Two-Barreled Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
  • Peters Stahl
    • Pistols
      • Peters Stahl Hunter (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP: Colt M1911 Variant)
      • Peters Stahl Trophy Master (Germany – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP: Colt M1911 Variant)
  • People's Republic of China State Arsenals
    • Submachine Guns
      • Type 50 Submachine Gun (People's Republic of China – People's Republic of China State Arsenals – 1950 – Submachine Gun – 7.62×25mm Tokarev: Licensed copy of the Soviet PPSh-41 submachine gun. Used by Chinese and North Korean troops during the Korean War, and North Vietnamese troops during the early stages of the Vietnam War.)
  • Pfeifer Waffen
  • PGM Precision
  • Phoenix Arms
  • PT PINDAD
    • Rifles
      • Pindad SPR (Republic of Indonesia – Single-Shot Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • Pindad SPR-1 (Republic of Indonesia – Single-Shot Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • Pindad SPR-3 (Republic of Indonesia – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • Pindad SPR-2 (Republic of Indonesia – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG)
      • Pindad SS1 (Indonesia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • Pindad SS3 (Republic of Indonesia – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • Pindad SS4 (Republic of Indonesia – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
  • PK Machine Gun (Soviet Union – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
    • PKM (Soviet Union – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
      • PKMS (Soviet Union – Tripod-Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
        • PKMSN (Soviet Union – Tripod-Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
          • PKMSN1 (Soviet Union – Tripod-Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
          • PKMSN2 (Soviet Union – Tripod-Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
    • PKP (Russian Federation – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
      • PKP-2 (Russian Federation – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR: Prototype)
    • PKSMN (Soviet Union – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
    • PKT (Soviet Union – Vehicle-Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
  • Poly Technologies
    • Rifles
      • Poly Technologies AK-47 (China, Soviet Union – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: AK-47 Variant)
      • Poly Technologies AKS (China, Soviet Union – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: AKS Variant)
      • Poly Technologies Legend Rifle (China, Soviet Union – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: AK-47 Variant)
        • Poly Technologies Legend AK-47S (China, Soviet Union – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: AK-47 Variant)
        • Poly Technologies Legend National Match (China, Soviet Union – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: AK-47 Variant)
  • PPD Submachine Gun (Soviet Union – Submachine Gun – 7.62×25mm Tokarev)
    • PPD-34 (Soviet Union – Submachine Gun – 7.62×25mm Tokarev)
      • PPD-34/38 (Soviet Union – Submachine Gun – 7.62×25mm Tokarev)
    • PPD-40 (Soviet Union – Submachine Gun – 7.62×25mm Tokarev)
  • PPS Submachine Gun (Soviet Union – Submachine Gun – 7.62×25mm Tokarev)
    • PPS-42 (Soviet Union – Submachine Gun – 7.62×25mm Tokarev)
    • PPS-43 (Soviet Union – Submachine Gun – 7.62×25mm Tokarev)
  • PPSh-41 (Soviet Union – Submachine Gun – 7.62×25mm Tokarev)
  • PPZh-05 (Kazakhstan - Submachine Gun - 9mm Caseless)
  • Prado machine gun (Argentina – Machine Gun – 7.65×53mm Argentine)
  • Prilutsky M1914 (Russian Empire – Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Profense LLC
    • Profense PF556 (US - Light Machine Gun - 5.56x45mm NATO)
  • Professional Ordnance
    • Rifles
      • Professional Ordnance Carbon-15 (US – Subcompact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • Professional Ordnance Carbon-15 Pistol (US – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
        • Professional Ordnance Carbon-15 Type 97 (US – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • PTR 91, Inc.
    • Rifles
      • PTR-91 (US, Germany – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • PTR-32 (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm)
        • PTR-91 Carbine (US – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • PTR 91F (US – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • PTR-91KPF (US, Germany – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×51mm NATO)

R


  • Smith & Wesson Baby Russian[1]
  • Machine pistol

T

  • Tanegashima (Ashikaga Shogunate, Kingdom of Portugal and the Algarves – 1543 – Matchlock Arquebus – Various)
  • Tango 51 (United States – Unknown – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester)
  • Kbk wz. 1988 Tantal (Republic of Poland – 1988 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm)
  • Theodor Bergmann
  • Tikka Master (M595/M695) (United States – Unknown – Bolt-Action Rifle – .308 Winchester)
  • Tikka Sporter (United States – Unknown – Bolt-Action Rifle – .308 Winchester)
  • TKB-011 (Soviet Union – 1963 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
    • TKB-011M (Soviet Union – 1964 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
    • TKB-011 2M (Soviet Union – 1965 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
  • TKB-022PM (Soviet Union – 1962 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
    • TKB-022PM No. 1 (Soviet Union – 1962 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
    • TKB-022PM No. 2 (Soviet Union – 1965 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
    • TKB-022PM5 No. 1 (Soviet Union – 1968 – Assault Rifle – .220 Russian: Prototype)
  • TKB-408 (Soviet Union – 1943 – Bullpup Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
  • TKB-415 (Soviet Union – Unknown – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
  • TKB-579 (Soviet Union – Unknown – Battle Rifle – 7.62×54mmR: Prototype)
  • Tokyo Arsenal
  • TP-82 Cosmonaut survival pistol (Soviet Union – 1986 – Combination Gun – 5.45×39mm, 12.5×70mm Shotgun Shell)
  • Trabzon Silah Sanayi AŞ
    • Pistols
      • Zigana C45 (Republic of Turkey – 2006 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .45 ACP: Turkey's first .45 caliber pistol.)
      • Zigana T (Republic of Turkey – 2003 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Trejo pistol (Mexico – Machine Pistol – .22 LR / .32 ACP / .380 ACP)
  • Tressitu TZ99
  • Truvelo Armory
  • TsKIB SOO
    • OTs-28 (ОЦ-28) (Russia)
    • OTs-39 (ОЦ-39) (Russia – Submachine Gun – 7.62 × 25 mm)
  • TSNIITOCHMASH AO-63 (Russia – Assault Rifle – 5.45 × 39 mm)
  • TSNIITOCHMASH 6P35
  • TSNIITOCHMASH SR2
  • TSV carbine (South Africa – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Tubb 2000
  • TuF (Germany – Heavy Machine Gun – 13mm)
  • Tula Arms Plant
    • Pistols
      • APS (Soviet Union – Machine Pistol – 9×18mm Makarov)
      • TKB-506 (Soviet Union – 1955 – Assassination Device – 7.62mm SP2)
        • TKB-506A (Soviet Union – 1955 – Assassination Device – 7.62mm SP2)
      • Tokarev TT30 (Soviet Union – 1930 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.62×25mm Tokarev)
    • Rifles
      • APS Underwater Assault Rifle (Soviet Union – Underwater Assault Rifle – 5.66×29mm MPS)
      • AS Val (Soviet Union – Integrally Suppressed Assault Rifle – 9×39mm)
        • SR-3 Vikhr (Russian Federation – Compact Assault Rifle – 9×39mm)
          • SR-3M (Russian Federation – Compact Assault Rifle – 9×39mm)
        • VSS Vintorez (Russian Federation – Compact Sniper Rifle – 9×39mm)
      • TKB-009 (Soviet Union – Unknown – Carbine – 5.45×39mm: Prototype)
      • TKB-010 (Soviet Union – Unknown – Carbine – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
      • TKB-059 (Soviet Union – 1962 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
      • TKB-072 (Soviet Union – 1975 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39: Prototype)
      • TKB-517 (Soviet Union – 1952 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
        • TKB-454 (Soviet Union – 1952 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
        • TKB-516 (Soviet Union – 1952 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
        • TKB-523 (Soviet Union – 1952 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 7.62×39mm: Prototype)
      • VSS Vintorez (Soviet Union – 1987 – Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 9×39mm)
  • TUMA MTE 5.56 × 23.5 (Swiss Confederation – Unknown – Machine Pistol – 5.56×23.5mm)
  • TUMA VA-PDW (Swiss Confederation – Unknown – Personal Defense Weapon – 5.56×23.5mm)
  • TVGK (Ukraine – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 4.92×34mm / 20mm Grenade)
  • Twin Bren (People's Republic of China – 1950s – Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun – 7.62×39mm)
  • Type 11 (Federal Republic of Germany, Kingdom of Thailand – 1963 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • Type 73 (Democratic People's Republic of Korea – 2002 – Light Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR)
  • Type 89 Light Machine Gun (Empire of Japan – 1929 – Light Machine Gun – 7.7×58mm Arisaka SR)
  • Type 99 Light Machine Gun (Empire of Japan – 1939 – Light Machine Gun – 7.7×58mm Arisaka)
  • Type 100 Machine Gun (Empire of Japan – 1939–1945 – Machine Gun – 7.7×58mm Arisaka)
  • Type 100 Submachine gun (Empire of Japan – 1942 – Submachine gun – 8×22mm Nambu)
    • Type 100/40 (Empire of Japan – 1942 – Submachine gun – 8×22mm Nambu)
    • Type 100/44 (Empire of Japan – 1944 – Submachine gun – 8×22mm Nambu)

U

  • U.S. Ordnance
    • Machine Guns
      • M60 (United States – 1957 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • T52 (United States – Late 1940s to 1957 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Prototype)
        • T161 (United States – Late 1940s to 1957 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Prototype)
          • T161E3 (United States – Late 1940s to 1957 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Prototype)
        • M60B (United States – 1960s – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • M60D (United States – Unknown Date – Vehicle Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • M60C (United States – Unknown Date – Aircraft Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • M60E1 (United States – Unknown Date – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Prototype)
        • M60E2 (United States – 1970s – Vehicle Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • M60E3 (United States – 1986 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • M60E4 a.k.a. Mk 43 Mod 0 (United States – Late 1990s – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • M60E6 (United States – 2014 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO)
  • Union Firearms Company
  • United Defense Supply Corporation
    • Submachine Guns
      • M42 (United States – 1942 – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • M42 Prototype (United States – 1942 – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum, .45 ACP: Prototype)
  • Universal M1 Carbine (United States – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Carbine – .30 Carbine)

V

  • VAHAN (Armenia – 1992 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm)
  • Valmet
    • Rifles
      • Valmet M62 (Republic of Finland – 1962 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm)
        • Valmet M60 (Republic of Finland – 1960 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm)
        • Valmet M62S (Republic of Finland – 1962 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm)
        • Valmet Petra (Republic of Finland – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .243 Winchester, .308 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, 9.3×62mm)
      • Valmet M71S (Republic of Finland – 1971 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .223 Remington, 5.56×45mm NATO)
      • Valmet M76 (Republic of Finland – 1976 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm, 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • Valmet M78 (Republic of Finland – 1978 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm, 7.62×51mm NATO)
          • Valmet M78/83S (Republic of Finland – 1983 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm, 7.62×51mm NATO)
      • Valmet M82 (Republic of Finland – 1978 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO, 7.62×39mm)
  • Valtion Kivääritehdas
    • Machine Guns
    • Rifles
      • Lahti L-39 (Republic of Finland – Semi-Automatic Anti-Tank Rifle – 20×138mmB)
        • Lahti L-39/44 (Republic of Finland – Automatic Anti-Aircraft Rifle – 20×138mmB)
    • Submachine Guns
      • Lahti-KP M-22 Prototype (Republic of Finland – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Prototype)
      • Lahti AL-43 (Republic of Finland – Aimo Lahti – 1943 – Submachine Gun – 7.62×35mm Lahti, 9×35mm Lahti: Experimental Finnish submachine gun chambered in 9×35mm Lahti. Later variants were chambered in 7.62×35mm Lahti. Never adopted by any military. Prototypes only.)
  • Valtro
    • Shotguns
      • Valtro PM5 (Italian Republic – 1980s – Pump-Action Shotgun – 12 Gauge)
  • Våpensmia A/S
    • Rifles
      • Våpensmia NM149 (Kingdom of Norway – 1985 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
        • Våpensmia NM149-F1 (Kingdom of Norway – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)
  • Varan
    • Pistols
      • Varan PMX-80 (Republic of South Africa – 1980 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • VB Berapi
    • Pistols
      • VB Berapi LP01 (Malaysia – Unknown Date – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
    • Rifles
      • VB Berapi LP05 (Malaysia – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG)
      • VB Berapi LP06 (Malaysia – 2006 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Prototype)
    • Submachine Guns
      • VB Berapi LP02 (Malaysia – Unknown Date – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • VBR-Belgium
    • Personal Defense Weapons
      • VBR-Belgium PDW (Kingdom of Belgium – 2002 – Personal Defense Weapon – 7.92×24mm VBR-B)
    • Rifles
      • CAR-223 (Kingdom of Belgium – 1990 – Assault Rifle – .223 Remington)
        • M.G.91 (Kingdom of Belgium – 1991 – Carbine – .223 Remington)
    • Submachine Guns
      • CASMG (Kingdom of Belgium – 1991 – Submachine Gun – Unknown Caseless Round)
  • VEB (German Democratic Republic – 1976 – Machine Pistol – 7.62×23mm Mauser, 9×18mm Makarov)
  • Vepr (Ukraine – 2003 – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm)
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd.
  • Victor Sarasqueta
    • Submachine Guns
      • STABLE/ARMU (Spain - 1953 - Submachine Gun - 9x19mm Parabellum, .30 Carbine)
  • Victory Arms, Ltd.
    • Pistols
      • Victory Arms MC5 (United Kingdom – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .38 Super Automatic, .40 S&W, 10mm Auto, .45 ACP)
  • Vigilance Rifles, Inc.
    • Rifles
      • Vigilance Rifles M12 (United States – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .223 Remington, 7.62×51mm NATO, .308 Winchester: Designed to be able to break down into a compact size within 30 seconds.)
      • Vigilance Rifles M14 (United States – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Certain parts are compatible with the AR-15.)
      • Vigilance Rifles VR1 (United States – Unknown Date – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – .408 Cheyenne Tactical: One of the few rifles that use the .408 Cheyenne Tactical rifle round.)
  • Vigneron Submachine Gun (Kingdom of Belgium – 1953 – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parbellum)
    • Vigneron M1 (Kingdom of Belgium – 1953 – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parbellum)
    • Vigneron M2 (Kingdom of Belgium – 1953 – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parbellum)
  • Viking SMG (United States – Early 1980s – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parbellum)
  • VMG-27 (Nazi Germany – 1927 – Light Machine Gun – 7.92×57mm Mauser)
  • Voere
    • Rifles
      • Voere VEC-91 (Republic of Austria – 1991 – Bolt-Action Rifle – 5.56mm Usel Caseless Cartridge, 5.7mm Usel Caseless Cartridge, 6mm Usel Caseless Cartridge)
  • Volcanic Repeating Arms
    • Rifles
      • Volcanic Rifle (United States – Unknown Date – Lever-Action Rifle – .46 Rimfire)
  • Volkswaffen
  • Vulcan M-11-9 (United States – Unknown Date – Machine Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum: MAC-10 Variant)

W

  • Waffenfabrik Bern
    • Rifles
      • Schmidt–Rubin M1889 (Swiss Confederation – 1889 – Straight-Pull Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.5×53.5mm Swiss GP90)
        • Schmidt–Rubin M1889/96 (Swiss Confederation – 1896 – Straight-Pull Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.5×53.5mm Swiss GP90, 7.5×53.5mm Swiss GP90/03, 7.5×54.5mm Swiss GP90/23)
          • Schmidt–Rubin M1896/11 (Swiss Confederation – 1907 – Straight-Pull Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.5×53.5mm Swiss GP90, 7.5×53.5mm Swiss GP90/03, 7.5×54.5mm Swiss GP90/23)
        • Schmidt–Rubin M1911 (Swiss Confederation – 1911 – Straight-Pull Bolt-Action Rifle – 7.5×55mm Swiss GP11)
        • K31 (Swiss Confederation – 1931 – Straight-Pull Bolt-Action Carbine – 7.5×55mm Swiss GP11)
      • Sturmgewehr 52 (Swiss Confederation – 1952 – Battle Rifle – 7.5mm Kurzpatrone)
        • Sturmgewehr 54 (Swiss Confederation – 1954 – Battle Rifle – 7.5×55mm Swiss GP11)
  • Walther Arms
    • Pistols
      • Walther GSP (Federal Republic of Germany – 1968 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
        • Walther GSP 25 Jahre (Federal Republic of Germany – 1992 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
        • Walther GSP Atlanta (Federal Republic of Germany – 1996 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
        • Walther GSP Expert (Federal Republic of Germany – Late 1990s – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
        • Walther GSP MV (Federal Republic of Germany – 1976 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 S&W Long)
        • Walther GSP-C (Federal Republic of Germany – 1968 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 S&W Long)
      • Walther Model 4 (Federal Republic of Germany – 1910 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP)
      • Walther P5 (Federal Republic of Germany – 1977 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.65×21mm Parabellum, 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI)
        • Walther P5 Compact (Federal Republic of Germany – 1980s – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.65×21mm Parabellum, 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI)
      • Walther P22 (Federal Republic of Germany – 2003 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
        • Walther P22 CA (Federal Republic of Germany – 2003 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
        • Walther P22 Target (Federal Republic of Germany – 2003 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
      • Walther P38 (Federal Republic of Germany – 1938 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Walther HP (Federal Republic of Germany – 1938 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 7.65×21mm Parabellum, 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Walther P1 (Federal Republic of Germany – 1954 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Walther P4 (Federal Republic of Germany – Late 1970s – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Walther P38 SD (Federal Republic of Germany – 1938 – Integrally Suppressed Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Walther P38K (Federal Republic of Germany – 1938 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • Walther P88 (Federal Republic of Germany – 1988 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle, 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Walther P88 Champion (Federal Republic of Germany – 1988 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle, 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Walther P88 Compact (Federal Republic of Germany – 1988 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle, 9×19mm Parabellum)
        • Walther P88 Sport (Federal Republic of Germany – 1988 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle, 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • Walther P99 (Federal Republic of Germany – 1997 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
        • Walther P99 TA (Federal Republic of Germany – 2002 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
        • Walther P99 Year 2000 (Federal Republic of Germany – 2000 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
        • Walther P99AS (Federal Republic of Germany – 1997 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
        • Walther P99c (Federal Republic of Germany – 1997 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
          • Walther P99c AS (Federal Republic of Germany – 1997 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
          • Walther P99c DAO (Federal Republic of Germany – 1997 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
          • Walther P99c QA (Federal Republic of Germany – 2000 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
        • Walther P99DAO (Federal Republic of Germany – 1997 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
        • Walther P99Q (Federal Republic of Germany – 1997 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
        • Walther P99QA (Federal Republic of Germany – 2000 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, 9×21mm IMI, .40 S&W)
      • Walther PK380 (Federal Republic of Germany – 2009 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .380 ACP)
      • Walther PP (Federal Republic of Germany – 1929 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP, .380 ACP)
        • Walther PP Super (Federal Republic of Germany – 1972 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×18mm Ultra)
        • Walther PPK (Federal Republic of Germany – 1931 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .32 ACP, .380 ACP)
        • Walther PPK-L (Federal Republic of Germany – 1950s – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle, .32 ACP, .380 ACP)
        • Walther PPK/E (Federal Republic of Germany – 2000 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle, .32 ACP, .380 ACP)
        • Walther PPK/S (Federal Republic of Germany – 1945 – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle, .32 ACP, .380 ACP)
      • Walther TPH (Federal Republic of Germany – 1968 – Subcompact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle, .25 ACP)
    • Rifles
      • Walther WA 2000 (Federal Republic of Germany – 1982 – Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle – 7.5×55mm Swiss GP11, 7.62×51mm NATO, .300 Winchester Magnum)
    • Submachine Guns
      • Walther MPK (Federal Republic of Germany – 1963 – Compact Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
      • Walther MPL (Federal Republic of Germany – 1963 – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Wanzl Infantry Rifle M1854/67 (Austrian Empire – 1867 – Breech-Loaded Rifle – 14×33mmR)
  • Warwick Firearms
    • Warwick Firearms WFA1 (Australia - Rifle - 5.56mm)
  • Webley
    • Revolvers
      • Webley Revolver (British Empire – 1887 – Double-Action Revolvers)
        • Webley Mk I (British Empire – 1887 – Double-Action Revolver – .455 Webley)
          • Webley Mk I* (British Empire – 1887 – Double-Action Revolver – .455 Webley)
        • Webley Mk II (British Empire – 1895 – Double-Action Revolver – .455 Webley Mk I)
          • Webley Mk III (British Empire – 1897 – Double-Action Revolver – .455 Webley Mk II)
        • Webley Mk IV (British Empire – 1899 – Double-Action Revolver – .455 Webley Mk III)
        • Webley Mk V (British Empire – 1912 – Double-Action Revolver – .455 Webley Mk IV)
        • Webley Mk VI (British Empire – 1914 – Double-Action Revolver – .455 Webley Mk V)
  • Weihrauch
    • Revolvers
      • Arminius HW-1 (Germany .22LR)
      • Arminius HW-3 (Germany .22LR)
      • Arminius HW-4 (Germany .22LR)
      • Arminius HW-5 (Germany .22LR)
      • Arminius HW-7 (Germany .22LR)
      • Arminius HW-9 (Germany .22LR)
      • Arminius HW-9ST (Germany .22LR)
      • Arminius HW-10 (Germany 9×19mm)
      • Arminius HW-357 (Germany .357)
  • Welrod (British Empire – Early 1940s – Integrally Suppressed Straight-Pull Bolt-Action Pistol – .32 ACP, 9×19mm Parabellum)
  • Whitney Wolverine (United States – 1953 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
  • Wieger SSG-82 (German Democratic Republic – 1980s – Bolt-Action Rifle – 5.45×39mm)
  • Wieger StG-940 (German Democratic Republic – 1980s – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO)
    • Wieger StG-942 (German Democratic Republic – 1980s – Assault Rifle – 5.45×39mm)
  • Wildey (United States – 1970s – Semi-automatic pistol – .357 Wildey Magnum, .44 Auto Mag, .45 Winchester Magnum, .41 Wildey Magnum, .44 Wildey Magnum, .45 Wildey Magnum, .475 Wildey Magnum)
  • Williams Gun (Confederate States of America – 1862 – Gatling Gun – 1.57 Inch Cartridge)
  • Williams Machine Gun (United States – 1930s – Medium Machine Gun – .22 Long Rifle)
  • Wimmersperg Spz (Nazi Germany – Assault Rifle – 7.92×33mm Kurz)
    • Spz-kr (Nazi Germany – Carbine – 7.92×33mm Kurz: Prototype)
    • Spz-kv (Nazi Germany – Carbine – 7.92×33mm Kurz: Prototype)
    • Spz-l (Nazi Germany – Assault Rifle – 7.92×33mm Kurz: Prototype)
  • Winchester Repeating Arms Company
    • Rifles
      • Winchester Model 54 (United States – 1925 – Bolt-Action Rifle – .22 Hornet, .220 Swift, .250–3000 Savage, .257 Roberts, .270 Winchester, 7×57mm Mauser, .30-30 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, 7.65×53mm Argentine, 9×57mm Mauser: Special order chamberings were made in .25–35 Winchester, .32 Winchester Special, and .35 Whelen.)
      • Winchester Model 70 (United States – 1936 – Bolt-Action Rifle – .22 Hornet, .222 Remington, .223 Remington, .22–250 Remington, .223 Winchester Super Short Magnum, .225 Winchester, .220 Swift, .243 Winchester, .243 Winchester Super Short Magnum, .250–3000 Savage, .257 Roberts, .25-06 Remington, .25 Winchester Super Short Magnum, 6.5×55mm, .264 Winchester Magnum, .270 Winchester, .270 Winchester Short Magnum, .270 Weatherby Magnum, 7mm-08 Remington, 7mm Shooting Times Westerner, .280 Remington, 7mm Remington Magnum, 7×57mm Mauser, 7mm Winchester Short Magnum, .300 Savage, .308 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, .300 Winchester Short Magnum, .300 Winchester Magnum, .300 Weatherby Magnum, .300 Remington Ultra Magnum, .300 Holland & Holland Magnum, .325 Winchester Short Magnum, .338 Winchester Magnum, .35 Remington, .358 Winchester, .375 Holland & Holland Magnum, .416 Remington Magnum, .416 Rigby, .458 Winchester Magnum, .470 Capstick)
        • Winchester Model 70 Classic (United States – 1992 – Bolt-Action Rifle – .22 Hornet, .222 Remington, .223 Remington, .22–250 Remington, .223 Winchester Super Short Magnum, .225 Winchester, .220 Swift, .243 Winchester, .243 Winchester Super Short Magnum, .250–3000 Savage, .257 Roberts, .25-06 Remington, .25 Winchester Super Short Magnum, 6.5×55mm, .264 Winchester Magnum, .270 Winchester, .270 Winchester Short Magnum, .270 Weatherby Magnum, 7mm-08 Remington, 7mm Shooting Times Westerner, .280 Remington, 7mm Remington Magnum, 7×57mm Mauser, 7mm Winchester Short Magnum, .300 Savage, .308 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, .300 Winchester Short Magnum, .300 Winchester Magnum, .300 Weatherby Magnum, .300 Remington Ultra Magnum, .300 Holland & Holland Magnum, .325 Winchester Short Magnum, .338 Winchester Magnum, .35 Remington, .358 Winchester, .375 Holland & Holland Magnum, .416 Remington Magnum, .416 Rigby, .458 Winchester Magnum, .470 Capstick)
        • Winchester Model 70 Stealth (United States – 1936 – Bolt-Action Rifle – .22 Hornet, .222 Remington, .223 Remington, .22–250 Remington, .223 Winchester Super Short Magnum, .225 Winchester, .220 Swift, .243 Winchester, .243 Winchester Super Short Magnum, .250–3000 Savage, .257 Roberts, .25-06 Remington, .25 Winchester Super Short Magnum, 6.5×55mm, .264 Winchester Magnum, .270 Winchester, .270 Winchester Short Magnum, .270 Weatherby Magnum, 7mm-08 Remington, 7mm Shooting Times Westerner, .280 Remington, 7mm Remington Magnum, 7×57mm Mauser, 7mm Winchester Short Magnum, .300 Savage, .308 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, .300 Winchester Short Magnum, .300 Winchester Magnum, .300 Weatherby Magnum, .300 Remington Ultra Magnum, .300 Holland & Holland Magnum, .325 Winchester Short Magnum, .338 Winchester Magnum, .35 Remington, .358 Winchester, .375 Holland & Holland Magnum, .416 Remington Magnum, .416 Rigby, .458 Winchester Magnum, .470 Capstick)
      • Winchester Model 71 (United States – 1935 – Lever-Action Rifle – .348 Winchester)
      • Winchester Model 121 (United States – 1967 – Single-Shot Bolt-Action Rifle – .22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle)
      • Winchester Model 1892 (United States – 1892 – Lever-Action Rifle – .38–40 Winchester, .44-40 Winchester, .25-20 Winchester, .32-20 Winchester: Some models made from 1936 to 1938 were also chambered in .218 Bee)
      • Winchester Model 1894 (United States – 1894 – Lever-Action Rifle – .30-30 Winchester Center Fire, .32–40 Ballard, .38–55 Winchester)
      • Winchester Model 1903 (United States – 1903 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 Winchester Automatic: Comes in two models, Standard and Deluxe.)
        • Winchester Model 63 (United States – 1933 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 Winchester Automatic, .22 Long Rifle: Redesigned Winchester Model 1903 chambered in .22 Long Rifle. Comes with 20" and 23" barrels.)
        • Winchester Model 63 20" Barrel (United States – 1933 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 Winchester Automatic, .22 Long Rifle: Production halted in 1936.)
        • Winchester Model 1903 Deluxe (United States – 1903 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 Winchester Automatic: The Deluxe model featured a checkered walnut pistol grip stock with a checkered forearm. Held ten cartridges in a tubular magazine in the buttstock.)
        • Winchester Model 1903 Standard (United States – 1903 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .22 Winchester Automatic: Standard model featured a plain walnut stock and plain straight grip.)
      • Winchester Model 1905 (United States – 1905 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .32 Winchester Self-Loading, .35 Winchester Self-Loading: Came in two models, Plain Finish and Fancy Finish.)
      • Winchester Model 1907 (United States – 1907 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .351 Winchester Self-Loading: Originally came in two models, Fancy Finish and Plain Finish.)
        • Winchester Model 1907 Fancy Finish (United States – 1907 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .351 Winchester Self-Loading: The Fancy Finish model featured pistol grip stock with checkering on the forearm and wrist.)
        • Winchester Model 1907 Plain Finish (United States – 1907 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .351 Winchester Self-Loading)
        • Winchester Model 1907 Police Rifle (United States – 1935 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .351 Winchester Self-Loading: The Police Rifle model featured non-adjustable rear sights, sling swivels, a larger magazine release, and a special barrel measuring 5/8" at the muzzle, with an optional improvement that moved the rear sight dovetail 2 3/8" rearward and added a barrel sleeve with a Krag bayonet mount.)
      • Winchester Model 1910 (United States – 1910 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – .401 Winchester Self-Loading: Came in two models, Fancy Finish and Plain Finish.)
    • Shotguns
  • WIST-94 (Republic of Poland – 1994 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum: Designed to be a side-arm used by the Polish Armed Forces.)

X

  • XM174 (United States – 1968 – Vehicle-Mounted Automatic Grenade Launcher – 40×46mm Grenade: Based on the Browning M1919A4 Medium Machine Gun.)
  • XM133 Minigun (US - Machine Gun - 7.62x51mm NATO: Self driven gas operated gatling gun.)
  • XM556 (US – Machine Gun – 5.56×45mm NATO)
  • XT-97 Assault Rifle (Republic of China – 2008 – Assault Rifle – 9×19mm Parabellum, 5.56×45mm NATO: Assault rifle intended to be used by the Republic of China Armed Forces. Currently in development.)
  • XM8 Assault Rifle (Germany – 2005 – Assault Rifle, Personal Defence Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Intended to be a "smart" grenade launcher but was cancelled, which resulted in the XM8 gun.)
 [[XM109 AMR/Gernade Rifle    United States 2004 OSW, Sniper Rifle, 25/59mm Explosive Armourment.)

Y

  • Yavuz 16 (Republic of Turkey – Unknown Date – Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum: Beretta 92 clone.)
  • Yesaul (Ukraine – Unknown Date – Double-Action Revolver – 5.45×39mm: Prototypes only.)
  • Yurchenko Machine Gun (Soviet Union – Unknown Date – Aircraft-Mounted Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR: Prototypes only.)Yasin RPG (Palestine - Rocket Propelled Grenade - 40mm)
  • Yasin RPG (Palestine - Rocket Propelled Grenade - 40mm)

Z

  • Zagi M-91 (Republic of Croatia – 1991 – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Indigenously designed due to an arms embargo on the Republic of Croatia at the time.)
  • Zakłady Mechaniczne Tarnów
    • Machine Guns
      • UKM-2000 (Republic of Poland – 2000 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Based on the Soviet PK General-Purpose Machine Gun. Designed for use with the Polish Armed Forces.)
        • UKM-2000C (Republic of Poland – 2000 – Vehicle-Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Coaxial variant of the UKM-2000 used on KTO Rosomak APCs and Modernized Polish BRDM-2 armored cars.)
        • UKM-2000D (Republic of Poland – 2000 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Variant of the UKM-2000 with a folding stock designed for airborne troops.)
        • UKM-2000P (Republic of Poland – 2000 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Standard variant. Some come with MIL-STD-1913 picatinny rail.)
        • UKM-2000Z (Republic of Poland – 2000 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Modernized variant of the UKM-2000 with new stock and pistol grip. Prototypes only.)
        • UKM-2013 (Republic of Poland – 2012 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Modernized variant of the UKM-2000. In Development)
          • UKM-2013C (Republic of Poland – 2012 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Modernized variant of the UKM-2000C. In Development)
          • UKM-2013P (Republic of Poland – 2012 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Modernized variant of the UKM-2000P. In Development)
        • UKM-2015 (Republic of Poland – 2014 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×51mm NATO: Modernized variant of the UKM-2000. In Development)
    • Rifles
      • Bor (Republic of Poland – 2007 – Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO: Indigenously designed Polish sniper rifle.)
        • Alex-338 (Republic of Poland – 2005 – Sniper rifle – .338 Lapua Magnum: Developmental model of the Bor. Prototypes only.)
        • Alex Tactical Sport 308 Winchester (Republic of Poland – 2013 – Sniper rifle – .308 Winchester: Variant of the Bor for use by civilians and law enforcement.)
      • WKW Tor (Republic of Poland – 2005 – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG: Indigenously designed Polish anti-materiel rifle.)
  • Zaragoza Corla (United Mexican States – 1956 – Machine Pistol – .22 Long Rifle: Indigenously designed Mexican machine pistol.)
  • Zastava Arms
    • Machine Guns
      • M72 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1972 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 7.62×39mm: Based on the Soviet RPK squad automatic weapon.)
        • M72B1 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1972 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the Zastava M72 intended for paratroopers. Comes with an underfolding metallic stock.)
      • M77 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1977 – Squad Automatic Weapon – 7.62×51mm NATO: Based on the Soviet AK-47 assault rifle.)
      • M84 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1984 – General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR: Derived from the Soviet PK General-Purpose Machine Gun.)
        • M86 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1986 – Vehicle-Mounted General-Purpose Machine Gun – 7.62×54mmR: Coaxial variant of the Zastava M84. Has much in common with the Soviet PKT Coaxial General-Purpose Machine Gun used on vehicles.)
    • Pistols
      • CZ 99 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1989 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W: Semi-Automatic pistol based on the SIG Sauer P226 and Walther P88 Compact.)
        • CZ 999 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1990 – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W: Export variant of the CZ 99.)
        • EZ (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W: Export variant of the CZ 99.)
          • EZ 9 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – Unknown Date – Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol – .40 S&W: Compact variant of the Zastava EZ.)
    • Rifles
      • M21 (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – 2004 – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO: Based on the Soviet AK-47 assault rifle.)
        • M21 A (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – 2004 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Full-length variant of the M21.)
          • M21 ABS (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – 2004 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Variant of the M21 A with picatinny rail.)
      • M21 BS (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – 2004 – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO: M21 Variant of the M21 with picatinny rail.)
        • M21 S (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – 2004 – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Compact Variant of the M21)
          • M21 SBS (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – 2004 – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Variant of the M21 S with picatinny rail.)
      • M59 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1959 – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the Soviet SKS carbine.)
        • M59/66 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1966 – Semi-Automatic Carbine – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the Zastava M59.)
      • M70 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1968 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Based on modified Soviet AK-47 and AKM assault rifles.)
        • M70A (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1968 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the M70 with milled receiver and underfolding stock.)
          • M70A1 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1968 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the M70A with mounting for night sights.)
        • M70B1 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1968 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the Zastava M70 with stamped receiver and fixed stock.)
          • M70AB2 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1968 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the Zastava M70B1 with underfolding stock.)
          • M70AB2N (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1968 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the Zastava M70AB2 with mounting for night sights.)
          • M70B1N (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1968 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the Zastava M70B1 with mounting for night sights.)
          • M70AB3 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1968 – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 7.62×39mm/40mm Grenade: Variant of the Zastava M70B1 with underfolding stock and BGP-40 grenade launcher.)
          • M70B3 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1968 – Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher – 7.62×39mm/40mm Grenade: Variant of the Zastava M70B1 with BGP-40 grenade launcher.)
        • PAP M70 (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – Late 1990s – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Civilian variant of the Zastava M70 assault rifle.)
          • N-PAP M70 (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the PAP M70 featuring a slant-cut 1mm receiver, a double stack AKM trunnion, and a side rail rather than a dust cover rail. Comes with double stack bolt, increasing reliability.)
            • N-PAP DF M70 (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the N-PAP M70 featuring and underfolding stock. Comes without the side rail.)
          • O-PAP M70 (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Variant of the PAP M70 featuring a 1.5mm receiver, a bulged RPK trunnion, and a M21 side rail.)
      • M76 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1975 – Semi-Automatic Designated Marksman Rifle – 7.92×57mm Mauser: Based on the Soviet Dragunov SVD Designated Marksman Rifle.)
      • Zastava M87 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1987 – Heavy Machine Gun – 12.7×108mm: Variant of the Soviet NSV heavy machine gun.)
      • Zastava M90 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1990 – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: )
        • Zastava M90A (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1990s – Assault Rifle – 5.56×45mm NATO: Variant of the Zastava M90 with metallic underfolding stock.)
        • M85 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1990s – Carbine – 5.56×45mm NATO: Carbine variant of the Zastava M90.)
      • Zastava M91 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1991 – Semi-Automatic Designated Marksman Rifle – 7.62×54mmR: Based on the Soviet Dragunov SVD Designated Marksman Rifle.)
      • Zastava M92 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – 1992 – Compact Assault Rifle – 7.62×39mm: Serbian carbine based on the Zastava M85 carbine.)
      • Zastava M93 (State Union of Serbia and Montenegro – 1993–1998 – Bolt-Action Anti-Materiel Rifle – .50 BMG, 12.7×108mm: Serbian anti-materiel Rifle based on the Mauser rifle.)
  • Zbrojovka Brno
    • Machine Guns
      • ZB-50 (Czechoslovakia – 1932 – Heavy Machine Gun – 7.92×57mm Mauser: Indigenously designed Czechoslovakian heavy machine gun.)
    • Rifles
      • ZB-530 (Czechoslovakia – 1954 – Assault Rifle – 7.62×45mm vz. 52: Indigenously designed Czechoslovakian assault rifle. Fed from a top mounted magazine, such as the one on the Bren light machine gun)
      • ZH-29 (Czechoslovakia – 1929 – Semi-Automatic Rifle – 7.92×57mm Mauser: One of the first successful self-loading rifles in military service.)
    • Submachine Guns
      • ZB-47 (Czechoslovakia – Unknown Date – Submachine Gun – 9×19mm Parabellum: Indigenously designed Czechoslovakian submachine gun intended for tank and vehicle crews.)
  • Zittara (Republic of India – Unknown Date – Personal Defense Weapon – 9×19mm Parabellum, 5.56×30mm MINSAS, 5.56×45mm NATO: Indian variant of the IMI TAR-21 assault rifle.)
  • Zlatoust RB-12 (Russian Federation – 1995 – Pump-Action Shotgun – 12 Gauge: Russian Pump-Action shotgun with folding stock.)
  • Z-M Weapons LR 300 (United States – 2000 – Compact Assault Rifle – 5.56mm NATO: Based on the AR-15)
  • Zonda C22 (Argentine Republic – Unknown Date – Semi-Automatic Pistol – .22 Long Rifle)
  • Zulfiqar (rifle) (Iran – Battle Rifle – 7.62×51mm NATO)

See also

References

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