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List of World War II infantry weapons

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of infantry weapons which were used in World War II (1939–1945).

Albania

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Australia

Two Australian soldiers equipped with Owen submachine guns
Two Australian soldiers equipped with Owen submachine guns

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Austria

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Belgium

Edged weapons

  • M1924 bayonet

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Anti-tank weapons

Brazil

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Rifles

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Anti-tank weapons

Bulgaria

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Canada

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Anti-tank weapons

Republic of China

A Chinese Nationalist Army soldier equipped with a ZB vz. 26 and a German M1935 helmet
A Chinese Nationalist Army soldier equipped with a ZB vz. 26 and a German M1935 helmet

Weapons used by the National Revolutionary Army, as well as Communist forces and Chinese Warlords

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Anti-tank weapons

Independent State of Croatia

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Automatic rifles

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Czechoslovak Republic

Czechoslovakian soldiers with a ZB vz. 26 and a ZB vz. 24
Czechoslovakian soldiers with a ZB vz. 26 and a ZB vz. 24

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Denmark

Danish resistance fighter with a Sten gun
Danish resistance fighter with a Sten gun

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

  • Danish M1923

Anti-tank weapons

Ethiopia

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Estonia

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Anti-tank weapons

Finland

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Mines

Flamethrowers

Anti-tank weapons

Anti-aircraft weapons

France

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Guided explosive weapons

Germany

German paratrooper carrying a MG 42
German paratrooper carrying a MG 42

Edged weapons

  • Kampfmesser 42 (Bayonet)
  • Seitengewehr 84/98 III (Bayonet)
  • Seitengewehr 98/05 (Bayonet)

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Combination guns

Semi-automatic carbines

  • M1 Carbine (Captured weapons classified as Selbstladekarabiner 455(a))

Assault rifles

Battle rifles

Bolt action rifles

Sniper rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Grenade launchers

Mines

Rocket launchers

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Guided explosive weapons

Greece

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Grenades

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Kingdom of Nepal

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Kingdom of Egypt

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Kingdom of Iraq

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Imperial State of Iran

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

India

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Hungary

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Mines

  • 36M mine
  • 43M mine

Anti-tank weapons

Italy

Edged weapons

  • M1891 sciabola baionetta (Sword bayonet)
  • M1891/38 pugnale baionetta (Dagger bayonet)
  • M1939 pugnale (Dagger)

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Japan

WW2 Japanese INfatry Weapons Poster Chart Newsmap Vol 3 No 34 1944-12-11 US Government National Archives NARA Unrestricted Public domain 26-nm-3-34 002.jpg
Japanese soldiers with a Type 92 machine gun during the 1941 Battle of Changsha
Japanese soldiers with a Type 92 machine gun during the 1941 Battle of Changsha

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Semi-automatic rifles

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Grenade dischargers

Mines

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Guided explosive weapons

  • I-Go (Remote-controlled explosive machine)

Latvia

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Lithuania

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Luxembourg

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Anti-tank weapons

Manchukuo

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenade dischargers

Mengjiang

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Montenegro

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Mexico

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Anti-tank weapons

Mongolia

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Netherlands

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Anti-tank weapons

New Zealand

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Anti-tank weapons

Norway

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Philippines

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Grenade launchers

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Poland

Polish infantry marching with their rifles
Polish infantry marching with their rifles

Sidearms

Submachine gun

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Grenade launchers

Flamethrowers

  • Sender flamethrower
  • WS-1 flamethrower
  • WS-2 flamethrower
  • Zieliński flamethrower

Mortars

  • wz.18 mortar
  • wz.18/31 mortar
  • wz.28 mortar
  • wz.31 mortar
  • wz.32 heavy mortar
  • wz.40 mortar

Anti-tank weapons

Romania

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Anti-tank weapons

First Slovak Republic

Sidearms

Rifles

Submachine guns

Light machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Mortars

  • 80 mm vz. 36 medium mortar

South Africa

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

State of Burma

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Soviet Union

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Automatic and battle rifles

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Grenade launchers

Mines

Flamethrowers

Anti-tank weapons

Thailand

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Grenade dischargers

Anti-tank weapons

United Kingdom (including the British Empire)

British soldiers at Tobruk, equipped with Thompson submachine guns and Lee-Enfield rifles
British soldiers at Tobruk, equipped with Thompson submachine guns and Lee-Enfield rifles

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Rifles

Sniper rifles

Machine guns


Grenades

Obstacle clearing explosive charges

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Guided explosive weapons

United States

A U.S. Marine armed with a M1 carbine

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Shotguns

Commonly used by the United States Marine Corps in the Pacific theater, limited use in Europe.

Rifles

Sniper rifles

Recoilless rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Grenade launchers

Obstacle clearing explosive charges

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Yugoslavia

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Automatic rifles

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Anti-tank weapons


WWII weapons list shown by categories

World War II weapons list shown by categories

Edged Weapons
Weapons Type Cartridges Country Of Origin Details
NR-40 Combat Knife N/A Soviet Union N/A
1219C2 Combat Knife N/A United States N/A
Fairbairn-Sykes Dagger N/A United Kingdom N/A
SG84/98 III Bayonet N/A Nazi Germany N/A
Type 30 Bayonet N/A Empire Of Japan N/A
M1939 Dagger N/A Kingdom Of Italy N/A
Pistols
Weapons Type Cartridges Country Of Origin Details
TT-33 Pistol 7.62×25mm Tokarev Soviet Union N/A
M1911A1 Pistol .45 ACP United States N/A
Webley Mk IV Pistol .38/200 British Empire N/A
Walther P38 Pistol 9×19mm Parabellum Nazi Germany N/A
Type 14 Nambu Pistol 8×22mm Nambu Empire Of Japan N/A
Beretta M34 Pistol .380 ACP Kingdom Of Italy N/A
Shotguns
Weapons Type Cartridges Country Of Origin Details
Winchester M12 Shotgun 12-Gauge United States N/A
Sub-Machine Guns
Weapons Type Cartridges Country Of Origin Details
PPSh-41 Sub-Machine Gun 7.62×25mm Tokarev Soviet Union N/A
PPS-43 Sub-Machine Gun 7.62×25mm Tokarev Soviet Union N/A
M1A1 Thompson Sub-Machine Gun .45 ACP United States N/A
M3A1 Sub-Machine Gun .45 ACP United States N/A
Sten Mk II Sub-Machine Gun 9×19mm Parabellum United Kingdom N/A
MP40 Sub-Machine Gun 9×19mm Parabellum Nazi Germany N/A
Type 100 Nambu Sub-Machine Gun 8×22mm Nambu Empire Of Japan N/A
Beretta M38A Sub-Machine Gun 9×19mm Parabellum Kingdom Of Italy N/A
Assault Rifles & Battle Rifles
Weapons Type Cartridges Country Of Origin Details
StG44 Assault Rifle 7.92×33mm Kurz Nazi Germany Available Attachment:
  • ZF4 4× Scope
FG42 Battle Rifle 7.92×57mm Mauser Nazi Germany Available Attachment:
  • ZFG42 4× Scope
Rifles & Anti-Tank Rifles
Weapons Type Cartridges Country Of Origin Details
Mosin–Nagant M1891/1930 Rifle 7.62×54mmR Soviet Union Available Attachment:
  • PU 3.5× Scope
SVT-40 Rifle 7.62×54mmR Soviet Union Available Attachment:
  • PU 3.5× Scope
M1 Garand Rifle .30-06 Springfield United States Available Attachment:
  • M84 2.2× Scope
Springfield M1903A1 Rifle .30-06 Springfield United States Available Attachment:
  • Unertl 7.8× Scope
M1 Carbine Rifle .30 Carbine United States N/A
Lee–Enfield No.4 Mk I Rifle .303 British United Kingdom Available Attachment:
  • No.32 Mk II 3.5× Scope
Kar98k Rifle 7.92×57mm Mauser Nazi Germany Available Attachment:
  • ZF42 5× Scope
G43 Rifle 7.92×57mm Mauser Nazi Germany Available Attachment:
  • ZF4 4× Scope
Type 99 Arisaka Rifle 7.7×58mm Arisaka Empire Of Japan Available Attachment:
  • Type 99 4× Scope
Carcano M1891/1938 Rifle 6.5×52mm Mannlicher–Carcano Kingdom Of Italy N/A
PTRD-41 Anti-Tank Rifle 14.5×114mm Soviet Union N/A
PTRS-41 Anti-Tank Rifle 14.5×114mm Soviet Union N/A
Machine Guns
Weapons Type Cartridges Country Of Origin Details
DP-28 Light Machine Gun 7.62×54mmR Soviet Union N/A
M1918A2 Light Machine Gun .30-06 Springfield United States N/A
Bren Mk II Light Machine Gun .303 British United Kingdom N/A
MG13 Light Machine Gun 7.92×57mm Mauser Wehrmacht Republic N/A
Type 99 Nambu Light Machine Gun 7.7×58mm Arisaka Empire Of Japan N/A
Breda M30 Light Machine Gun 6.5×52mm Mannlicher–Carcano Kingdom Of Italy N/A
M1919A4 Medium Machine Gun .30-06 Springfield United States Available Gun Mount:
  • M2 Tripod
Vickers Mk I Medium Machine Gun .303 British United Kingdom N/A
Maxim M1910 Heavy Machine Gun 7.62×54mmR Russian Empire Available Gun Mount:
  • Sokolov Wheel Mount
Browning M2HB Heavy Machine Gun .50 BMG United States Available Gun Mount:
  • M3 Tripod
Type 92 Nambu Heavy Machine Gun 7.7×58mm Arisaka Empire Of Japan N/A
Breda M37 Heavy Machine Gun 8×59mm RB Breda Kingdom Of Italy N/A
MG34 General-Purpose Machine Gun 7.92×57mm Mauser Nazi Germany Available Gun Mount:
  • Lafette 34 Tripod w/MG Z 34 Telescopic Sight
MG42 General-Purpose Machine Gun 7.92×57mm Mauser Nazi Germany Available Gun Mount:
  • Lafette 42 Tripod w/MG Z 40 Telescopic Sight
Grenades & Anti-Tank Grenades
Weapons Type Filling Country Of Origin Details
RGD-33 Grenade TNT Soviet Union N/A
Mk II Grenade TNT United States N/A
No.36 Mk I Grenade Baratol United Kingdom N/A
M24 Grenade TNT Wehrmacht Republic N/A
Type 97 Grenade TNT Empire Of Japan N/A
OTO Mod. 35 Grenade TNT Kingdom Of Italy N/A
RPG-43 Anti-Tank Grenade TNT Soviet Union N/A
No.74 Anti-Tank Grenade NG United Kingdom N/A
H3.5 Anti-Tank Grenade TNT Nazi Germany N/A
OTO L Anti-Tank Grenade TNT Kingdom Of Italy N/A


See also

References

  1. ^ "鳶け斻 – 犖栠條馱釦". www.chinesefirearms.com. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  2. ^ jaegerplatoon, [1].
  3. ^ jaegerplatoon, [2].
  4. ^ "ปืนพก แบบ 78 ขนาด 9 มม". Royal Thai Police Ordinance (in Thai). Archived from the original on 16 September 2017. Retrieved 29 June 2017.
  5. ^ "ปืนพก แบบ 79 ขนาด 9 มม". Royal Thai Police Ordinance (in Thai). Retrieved 29 June 2017.
  6. ^ "ปืนพก แบบ 80 ขนาด 9 มม". Royal Thai Police Ordinance (in Thai). Retrieved 29 June 2017.
  7. ^ "ปืนพกลูกโม่ แบบ 82 ขนาด .38 นิ้ว". Royal Thai Police Ordinance (in Thai). Retrieved 29 June 2017.
  8. ^ "ปืนพกกล แบบ 80 ขนาด 11 มม". Gun world magazine (in Thai). Retrieved 2 March 2019.

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