List of common World War II infantry weapons

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This is a list of weapons which were in mainstream use during WWII.

 Albania[edit]

Pornocu

Rifles and Long-Ranged Weaponry

Submachine Guns

Assault rifles

Machine Guns

 Argentina[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Sub Machine Guns

Machine Guns

 Australia[edit]

Handguns


Rifles


Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-Tank Weapons

Grenades

 Austria[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

 Belgium[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Machine Guns

 Brazil[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

 Bulgaria[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Taiwan Republic of China[edit]

List of National Revolutionary Army weapons, including Chinese warlords and Communists.

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine guns

Assault rifles

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns'

Anti-tank weapons

Grenades

Close quarters weapons

 Colombia[edit]

Handguns

Light Machine guns

 Czechoslovakia[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Sub Machine Guns

Machine Guns

 Denmark[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine guns

Machine Guns

Anti-tank weapons

Hand Grenades

 Dominican Republic[edit]

Handguns

Rifles Cristóbal Carbine Submachine guns


 Estonia[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Machineguns

Submachine guns

 Finland[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-tank weapons

Grenades

Anti-aircraft weapons

Knives

France France[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Light Machine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-Tank Weapons

Grenades

 Nazi Germany[edit]

Pistols

Rifles

SubMachine Guns

Machine guns

Assault rifles

Sniper rifles

Shotguns

Anti-tank weapons

Flamethrowers

Grenades

Close quarter weapons

Mortars or Granatwerfer

Hungary Hungary[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-tank Weapons

Grenades

 Kingdom of Italy[edit]

Pistols

Sub-Machine Guns

Rifles

Machine Guns

Mortars

Anti-tank Weapons

Hand Grenades

Empire of Japan Empire of Japan[edit]

Pistols

Rifles

Sub-Machine guns

Anti-tank Weapons

Machine Guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Grenade Dischargers

Swords

 Latvia[edit]

Rifles

Submachine guns

Machineguns

 Lithuania[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Machineguns

 Luxembourg[edit]

Rifles

Machineguns

 Mexico[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Sub Machine Guns

Machineguns

Sniper Rifles

 Mongolia[edit]

Rifles

Submachineguns

Machineguns

 The Netherlands[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-Tank Weapons

 New Zealand[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-tank Weapons

Grenades

 Norway[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Poland Poland[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine gun

Machine Guns

Anti-Tank Weapons

Grenades

Flamethrower

Grenade launcher

Close quarter Weapons

Romania Romania[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

 South Africa[edit]

Pistols

Rifles

Submachine guns

Machine Guns

Anti-Tank Weapons

Mortars

 Thailand[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-tank Weapons

Grenades

Grenade Dischargers

 United Kingdom[edit]

Pistols
Rifles
Sub-machine guns
Machine guns
Anti-tank Weapons
Grenades
Mortars
Flamethrowers
Sniper rifles
Knives

 United States[edit]

Pistols

Rifles

Assault rifles

Sub-machine guns

Machine guns

Sniper rifles

Shotguns (Commonly used by the Marines in the Pacific theater, limited use in Europe)

Anti-tank weapons

Flamethrowers

Grenades

Grenade launcher

Mortars

Knives

 Kingdom of Yugoslavia[edit]

Handguns

Rifles

Close quarter weapons

Submachine Guns

Assault rifles

Machineguns

Grenades

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

 Soviet Union[edit]

Pistols

Shotguns

Sub-Machine Guns

Assault Rifles

Rifles

Machine Guns

Grenades

Knives

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