List of individual weapons of the U.S. Armed Forces

Individual weapons by type and current level of use. The list is weighted towards 20th and 21st century army weapons and is not complete. Furthermore, this does not include non-standard issue weapons used by United States Special Operations Forces in the course of their operations.

Bayonets, knives, bayonet-knife models

In active service (all branches)
*M6 bayonet (M14)
*M7 bayonet (M16 series)
*M9 bayonet (M16 series)

In active service (some branches, secondary or limited roles)
*ASEK (Army)
*M1 bayonet (M1 Garand/M1903)
*M11 Knife (EOD)
*OKC-3S Bayonet (Marine Corps only)
*Mk 2 Knife (Ka-Bar)
*Gerber Mark II
*Mark 3 Knife (SEALs)
*Mission Knives MPK Knife (SEALs, Navy EOD, and USMC) [cite web|url= |title=Titanium Knives, Military Survival Knives, Scuba Knives | |date= |accessdate=2008-09-08]
*Strider SMF (USMC)
*SEAL Knife 2000 (SEALs)
*Tomahawk (VTAC)

Out of service (obsolete)
*Type IV Survival Ax
*M5/M5A1 Bayonet (M1 Garand)
*M4 bayonet (M1 Carbine)
*M3 Fighting Knife
*Knife LC-14-B (Woodman's Pal)
*Mk 2 Machete (Navy)
*Mk 2 Knife (Navy)
*Mk 1 Knife (Navy)
*M1939 Machete
*M1942 Bayonet (M1903/M1 Garand)
*M1942 Machete
*V44 Knife
*V-42 combat knife (Case V-42 'Stiletto')
*M1942 Bolo Knife (USMC)
*Sykes-Fairbairn Commando Knife
*Marine Corps Raiders stiletto by Camillus
*M1917/M1918/Mark I Trench Knife
*M1917 Bayonet (M1917/Shotgun)
*P1913 Bayonet (M1917)
*M1905 Bayonet ((M1903/M1 Garand))
*M1895 Lee Rifle Bayonet
*M1892 Bayonet (Krag)
*M1897/M1904/M1909/M1910/M1917 Bolo Knife
*M1898 Bolo Bayonet
*M1898 Bowie Bayonet
*M1880/1890 Hunting Knife (a.k.a Entrenching knife)
*M1873 Trowel Bayonet
*M1868 Trowel Bayonet
*M1861 Navy Rifle Bayonet
*M1855 Socket Bayonet
*M1847 Musketoon Bayonet
*M1841 Mississippi Rifle Bayonet
*M1819 Hall Breech-Loading Rifle Socket Bayonet
*M1816 Bayonet
*M1812 Bayonet
*M1795 Bayonet
*M1849 Rifleman's Knife
*Bowie Knife
*Patch knife
*Fascine Knife


In active service (all branches)
*Model 1902 Army Officers' Sword
*Model 1852 Navy Officers' Sword
*Coast Guard Officers' Sword
*Marine Noncommissioned Officers' Sword, 1859–Present
*Marine Officers' Mameluke Sword, 1875–present
*Air Force Academy Cadets' Sword, c. 1955–present
*West Point Cadets' Sword, c. 1922–present

Out of service
*Model 1832 Foot Artillery Sword
*Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber
*Model 1872 Mounted Artillery Officers' Saber
*Model 1840 Army Noncommissioned Officers' Sword
*Model 1840 Army Musicians' Sword
*Model 1812/13 Starr Cavalry Saber
*Model 1818 Starr Cavalry Saber
*Model 1833 Dragoon Saber
*Model 1840 Heavy Cavalry Saber
*Model 1860 Light Cavalry Saber
*Model 1872 Light Cavalry Saber
*Model 1906 Light Cavalry Saber
*Model 1913 "Patton" Cavalry Saber
*Model 1832 Army Foot Officers' Sword
*Model 1832 Army General & Staff Officers' Sword
*Model 1832 Army Medical Staff Officers' Sword
*Model 1839 Army Topographical Engineer Officers' Sword
*Model 1840 Army Foot Officers' Sword
*Model 1840 Army General & Staff Officers' Sword
*Model 1840 Army Medical Staff Officers' Sword
*Model 1840 Army Pay Department Officers' Sword
*Model 1840 Army Engineer Officers' Sword
*Model 1850 Army Foot Officers' Sword
*Model 1850 Army Staff & Field Officers' Sword
*Model 1872 Army Line & Staff Officers' Sword
*Model 1830 Navy Officers' Sword
*Model 1841 Navy Officers' Sword
*Model 1834 Revenue Cutter Service Officers' Sword
*Model 1870 Revenue Cutter Service Officers' Sword
*Model 1797 Starr Naval Cutlass
*Model 1808 Starr Naval Cutlass
*Mayweg & Nippes "Baltimore" Naval Cutlass, c. 1810
*Model 1816 Starr Naval Cutlass
*Model 1826 Starr Naval Cutlass
*Model 1841 Naval Cutlass
*Model 1861 Naval Cutlass
*Model 1917 Naval Cutlass
*Marine Noncommissioned Officers' Sword, c.1832–1859
*Marine Officers' Mameluke Sword, 1826–59
*West Point Cadets' Sword, c. 1850
*West Point Cadets' Sword, Model 1872
*West Point Cadets' Sword, 1922 through Today


In active service (all branches)
*M9 (Beretta 92F/FS; Pistol ('Personal Defense Weapon'), 9x19mm Parabellum)
*M11 (SIG Sauer P228; Pistol, 9x19mm NATO)

In active service (some branches, secondary or limited roles)
*Kimber ICQB (M1911A1 variant developed for MCSOCOM Det-1)
*MEU(SOC) Pistol (.45ACP) (M1911A1 modified by USMC armorers for MEU(SOC). To be replaced by Springfield 1911A1 "Professional" models, as needed.)
*Sig P229R DAK (.40 S&W) (USCG)
*Sig SP2022 9mm/.40
*Mk 23 Mod 0 (Heckler & Koch Mark 23; Pistol, .45 ACP) (Special Operations Forces)
*Heckler & Koch USP Tactical (Special Operation Forces)
*Mk 24 Mod 0 (SIG/Sauer P226; Pistol, 9x19mm Parabellum) (Navy SEALs and other special forces)
*Ruger KP95D 9mm Pistol [|U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command]
*M9A1 (Beretta 92FS w/ accessory rail; Pistol, 9x19mm Parabellum) (Limited purchase by USMC)
*M1911A1 (Colt Model 1911A1; Pistol, .45 ACP) (some special forces groups and USMC Force Recon)
*High Standard HDM (Suppressed Pistol, .22 LR) (Navy SEALs and USMC Force Recon)
*Heckler & Koch P9S (HK; Suppressed Pistol, 9x19mm Parabellum) (only used by Navy SEALs)
*Heckler & Koch P11 ZUB (Underwater weapon) (Navy SEALs)

"'Out of service (obsolete)
*Ruger Mk II (Integrally Suppressed variant; Automatic Pistol, .22 LR) (Navy SEALs)
*M15 General Officers (RIA compact conversion of M1911A1; Pistol, .45 ACP)
*Mk 1 Mod 0 Underwater Defense Gun (Pistol, Mk 59 Mod 0) (Navy SEALs)
*S&W M15 (K38 Combat Masterpiece; Revolver, .38 Special) (USAF)
*Mk 22 Mod 0 (Smith & Wesson Model 39; Suppressed Pistol, 9x19mm Parabellum) (special forces)
*Browning HP (Automatic Pistol, 9x19mm Parabellum) (special forces)
*Colt M1903 (Colt; Pistol, .32 ACP) (General Officers)
*Colt M1908 (Colt; Pistol, .380 ACP) (General Officers)
*M1917 (Colt and Smith & Wesson; Revolver, .45 ACP)
*M1911 (Colt Model 1911; Pistol, .45 ACP)
*M1909 Army (Colt; Revolver, .45 Colt ('Long Colt'))
*M1908 Army (Colt; Revolver, .38 Special)
*M1905 Marine (Colt; Revolver, .38 Long Colt)
*M1903 Army (Colt; Revolver, S&W .38 Special/.38 Long Colt)
*M1899/M1901/M1902 Revolver (Smith & Wesson; Revolver, .38 Long Colt)
*M1896 Revolver (Colt; Revolver, .38 Long Colt)
*M1892/M1894 Army (Colt; Revolver, .38 Long Colt)
*M1889 Navy (Colt; Revolver, .38 Long Colt)
*Schofield Model 3 (Smith & Wesson; Revolver, .45 S&W)
*M1873 (Colt Single Action Army; Revolver, .45 Colt)
*Remington M1865 Navy|M1865/M1867 Navy (Remington; Rolling Block Pistol, .50 cartridge)
*Smith and Wesson No. 2 (Revolver, .32)
*Savage Figure Eight (Savage; revolver, .36)
*Star Model 1863 (Star; Revolver, .44)
*M1861 Navy Revolver (Colt; Revolver, .36)
*M1860 Army Revolver (Colt; Revolver, .44)
*Remington Model 1858 "Old Model Army" and "New Model Army" (Remington; Revolver, .44)
*LeMat Revolver (Revolver, .41/.63, .35/.5)
*Spiller and Burr (Revolver, .36)
*Remington-Beals Revolver (Revolver, .36)
*M1851 Navy (Colt; Revolver, .36)
*M1849 Pocket Pistol (Colt; Revolver)
*Colt Dragoon Revolver (1st/2nd/3rd) (Colt; Revolver, .44)
*M1847 Pistol (Walker Colt; Revolver, .44)
*M1842 Navy ('Model 1842 Ames pistol'; Ames/Deringer; Percussion Pistol, .54)
*M1842 Pistol ('Model 1842 Aston pistol', Aston/Johnson; Percussion Pistol, .54)
*M1836 flintlock pistol (.54)
*M1816 flintlock pistol (.54)
*Harpers Ferry Model 1805 (Flintlock pistol, .54)
*M1799 flintlock pistol (North & Cheney; .69) Experimental
*Combat Pistol (.45 ACP)
*Joint Combat Pistol (.45 ACP) (Changed to 'Combat Pistol' program, 2006)
*SOF Combat Pistol (.45 ACP) (Merged to JCP, 2005)
*Future Handgun System (Merged to JCP, 2005)
*Colt OHWS (.45 ACP)
*Objective Personal Defense Weapon
*Beretta 92S-1 (JSSAP winner; Pistol, 9 x 19 mm NATO)
*Misc. JSSAP/XM9/XM10 entrants (9x19mm Parabellum)
*Colt SCAMP (.22 SCAMP)
*AAI QSPR (Quiet Special Purpose Revolver - "Tunnel Gun")
*Gyrojet handgun (13 mm)
*Remington Model 53 (.45 ACP)
*Savage Arms .45 pistol (.45 ACP)
*Colt Model 1905 (Colt, Pistol, .45 ACP)
*Colt Model 1902 (Colt; Pistol, .38 ACP)
*Colt Model 1900 (Colt; Pistol, .38 ACP)
*M1900 'American Eagle Luger' (DWM; Pistol, 7.65 mm, 9 mm; later .45 ACP test)
*Steyr Mannlicher M1894 (Pistol, 7.65x21mm)


In active service
*M1014 (Benelli M4 Super 90; semi-auto 12 gauge)
*KAC Masterkey (Pump-action under barrel 12 gauge)
*Mossberg 500 & 590 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Remington 870 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Winchester 1200 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Winchester 1300 (Pump-action 12 gauge)

Out of service (obsolete)
*Ithaca M37 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Remington 7188 (Full-auto 12 gauge) (SEAL only)
*Remington Model 10 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Remington Model 11 (Semi-automatic 12 gauge)
*Remington Model 31 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Springfield Model 1881 Forager (20 gauge)
*Stevens Model 520-30 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Stevens Model 620 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Winchester Model 1912 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Winchester Model 1897 (Pump-action 12 gauge)
*Various Civil War ShotgunsExperimental
*XM26 Lightweight Shotgun System (Accessory shotgun; pump-action 12 gauge) (active program)
*Misc. CAWS entrants (canceled)

Submachine guns

In active service
*MP5/MP5N (9x19mm Parabellum)

In active service (some branches, secondary or limited roles)
*Heckler & Koch UMP (.45 ACP) (in very small numbers by some special forces)Fact|date=March 2008
*MP5K/MP5K-N (9x19mm Parabellum)
*MP5SD3/5/6 (Suppressed SMG; 9x19mm Parabellum)
*M3/M3A1 Grease Gun (.45 ACP/9x19mm Parabellum)

Out of service (obsolete)
*Madsen M50 (9x19mm Parabellum)
*Walther MPL/MPK (9x19mm Parabellum)
*Mk 24 Mod 0 (Smith & Wesson Model 76; 9x19mm Parabellum)
*Carl Gustaf M/45 (9x19mm Parabellum)
*Model 50/55 Reising (.45 ACP)
*M2 submachine gun (Hyde-Inland M2, .45 ACP)
*MAC-10 (.45 ACP / 9x19mm Parabellum)
*M42 submachine gun (United Defense M42, .45 ACP/9x19mm Parabellum)
*M1/M1A1 Thompson (.45 ACP)
*M1928/M1928A1 Thompson (.45 ACP)
*M1921 Thompson (.45 ACP) (not type classified)
*Uzi (9x19mm Parabellum)

*HK SMG II (9x19mm Parabellum)
*HK 54A1 (9x19mm Parabellum)
*HK MP2000 (9x19mm Parabellum)


In active service (some branches, secondary or limited roles)
*M4/M4A1 Carbine (Automatic carbine, 5.56x45mm NATO)
*Mk 18 Mod 0 CQBR (CQB Assault Rifle, 5.56x45mm NATO)
*Colt Model 723/725/727 (M16A2 carbine, 5.56x45mm NATO)
*GUU-5/P Carbine (Automatic carbine, 5.56x45mm NATO, USAF only)
*HK 416 Carbine (Automatic Carbine, 5.56x45mm NATO), (formerly used by U.S. Army's Asymmetric Warfare Group and Delta Force, currently only used by Delta)

Out of service
*Colt Model 653 (M16A1 Carbine, 5.56x45mm NATO)
*GAU-5/A and A/A ("SMG," 5.56x45mm)
*XM177/E1/E2 ("SMG," 5.56x45mm)
*Colt Model 733 (5.56x45mm NATO) (USMC Force Recon)
*XM23 Carbine (Selective Fire Carbine, 5.56x45mm NATO)
*GUU-4/P ("Arm Gun," .221 Remington Fireball)
*CAR-15 SMG (CAR-15 w/ 10" barrel, 5.56 mm)
*CAR-15 Carbine (M16 w/ 15" barrel, 5.56x45mm)
*AR-7 (.22 LR)
*M1/A1 Carbine (Semi-Automatic Carbine, .30 Carbine)
*M2 Carbine (Full-Automatic Carbine, .30 Carbine)
*M3 Carbine (Scoped Full-Automatic Carbine, .30 Carbine)
*XM231/M231 FPW (Firing Port Weapon, 5.56x45mm NATO)
*T38/M4 (Survival Rifle; .22 Hornet)
*T39/M6 (Survival Rifle; .22 Hornet/.410 Gauge)
*MA-1 (AR-5 Survival Rifle; .22 Hornet)
*Smith carbine (Breech-loader (break-open); .50-50-360)
*Burnside carbine (Breech-loader, .58-60-500)
*Starr Carbine (Breech-loader, .54)

*EX 16 Mod 0 SCAR-L (CQC) (Multipurpose Rifle, 5.56x45mm NATO) (SOCOM only) (Active program)
*EX 17 Mod 0 SCAR-H (CQC) (Multipurpose Rifle, 7.62x51mm NATO) (SOCOM only) (Active program)
*XM8 Compact Carbine (5.56x45mm, cancelled)
*M4E2 Carbine (Automatic Carbine, 5.56x45mm NATO, never standardized)
*CAR-15 Survival Rifle (5.56x45mm)


"Includes muskets, musketoons, etc., as well as rifles"

In active service (all branches)
*M16A2/A3/A4 (Automatic rifle, 5.56x45mm NATO)

In active service (some branches, secondary or limited roles)
*M1 Garand (Semi-Automatic Rifle, .30-'06) (In use by the U.S. Marine Corps Silent Drill Team, Junior ROTC Programs, and U.S. Air Force Drill Team)
*M1903 Springfield Rifle (Bolt-action rifle) (In use by the U.S. Army Drill Team, [ U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard Drill Team] , Junior ROTC Programs, and [ U.S. Coast Guard Silent Drill Team] )
*M14 (Selective Fire Rifle, 7.62x51mm NATO)
*M14 SMUD (Stand-off Munition Disruption rifle, M14 with scope, used to destroy unexploded ordnance)
*M16/A1 (5.56x45mm NATO rifle) (limited numbers remain in use/inventory)
*Ruger Mini-14 (5.56x45mm NATO rifle) (limited issue to some U.S. Marine Security Guard Detachments in U.S. diplomatic facilities)

Out of service (obsolete)
*AR-15/Colt Model 601/602 (5.56x45mm NATO rifle) (USAF and SOF use only)
*XM22/E1 Rifle (Selective Fire Rifle, 5.56x45mm NATO)
*Mk 4 Mod 0 (Suppressed Rifle, 5.56x45mm NATO)
*Mk 2 Mod 0/1/2 (Semi-Automatic Rifle, 7.62x51mm NATO)
*M1 Garand (Semi-Automatic Rifle, .30-'06)
*M1941 Johnson rifle (Semi-Automatic Rifle, .30-'06)
*M1918 BAR (.30-'06)
*M1903/A1/A3 (a/k/a Springfield Bolt Action Rifle; .30-'03, .30-'06)
*M1917 Enfield Rifle (Bolt-action rifle)
*M1895 Navy (Navy Lee, 6 mm Navy)
*M1892/M1896/M1898 Rifle (a/k/a Krag Bolt Action Rifle; .30-40 Krag)
*M1892/M1896/M1898/M1899 Carbine (a/k/a Krag Bolt Action Carbine; .30-40 Krag)
*M1885 Remington-Lee (Bolt-action rifle; .45-70 Gov)
*M1882 Short Rifle (.45-70 Gov.)
*M1882 Remington-Lee (Bolt-action rifle; .45-70 Gov.)
*M1879 Remington-Lee (Bolt-action rifle; .45-70 Gov.)
*M1877/M1879/M1884/M1886 Carbine (.45-70 Gov.: .45-55-405 & .45-70-500)
*M1875 Officers' Rifle (.45-70 Gov.)
*M1873/M1879/M1880/M1884/M1888/M1889 Springfield (a/k/a Trapdoor Springfield;.45-70 Gov..: .45-55-405 & .45-70-500)
*M1872 Springfield (a/k/a Rolling Block Springfield; .50-70 Gov.)
*M1865/M1866/M1868/M1869/M1870 Springfield (a/k/a Trapdoor Springfield; .50-70 Government)
*Sharps carbine/rifle (Breech-loader; .42-60-410) (.52 caliber issued to Berdan's 1st and 2nd US Sharpshooters in the US Civil War)
*Henry rifle (Lever-action; .44-26-200)
*Spencer rifle (Lever-action; 56-56 (.52-45-350))
*M1863 Springfield
*M1861 Springfield (.58)
*Colt revolving rifle (Colt Model 1855; 6/5-shot revolver rifle;.44/.56)
*Greene rifle (Bolt-action breech-loader)
*P53 Enfield (.577 (.58))
*P51 Enfield Musketoon ("Artillery Carbine"; 24" barrel, .69)
*Model 1854 Lorenz rifle (Rifle-musket, .54, .58)
*M1859 Sharps ('New model 1859', breech loader; .52, .56)
*M1855 Rifle-Musket
*M1855 Rifle (Percussion muzzle-loader; 58-60-500)
*M1847 Musketoon (Springfield, .69)
*M1842 Musket (Percussion musket, .69)
*M1841 Rifle "Mississippi Rifle" (percussion muzzle-loader;.54 , .58)
*M1840 Musket (flintlock musket;.69)(later percussion)
*M1835 Springfield (flintlock musket; .67 cal)
*M1819 Hall rifle (Harper's Ferry;Breech-loader)
*Model 1822 Musket (Flintlock Musket) .69 (later percussion)
*Model 1816 Musket (Flintlock musket; .69) (Later Percussion)
*Model 1817 Rifle ('Common rifle';Derringer, Johnson, North and Starr; Flintlock rifle, .54) (later percussion)
*Model 1814 Rifle (Deringer; Flintlock rifle)
*Springfield Model 1812 Musket (Flintlock musket; .69)
*Model 1808 Contract Musket (Flintlock musket; .69)
*Harper's Ferry Model 1803 Rifle (Flintlock rifle; .54)
*Model 1795 Musket (Flintlock musket; .69)
*Charleville musket (Flintlock musket; .69)
*Brown Bess (Musket; .75)
*Kentucky Rifle (Flintlock rifle)
*Ferguson rifle (Flintlock breech-loader; .69)

*EX 16 Mod 0 SCAR-L (Multipurpose Rifle, 5.56x45mm NATO), Active program)
*EX 17 Mod 0 SCAR-H (Multipurpose Rifle, 7.62x51mm NATO), Active program)
*XM8 (Lightweight Assault Rifle system, 5.56x45mm NATO, canceled)
*XM29 (Kinetic Energy and Airburst Launcher System; 5.56x45mm NATO and 20 mm airburst munition (XM1018)(early)/25 mm airburst munition, canceled)
*Gyrojet rifle (13 mm)
*M14E1 (Selective Fire Rifle, 7.62x51mm NATO, never standardized)
*Misc. Garand Variants (E1-E6 and E9-E14) (Semi-Automatic Rifle, .30-'06)
*Misc. Advanced Combat Rifle entries (concluded 1991)
*Misc. Future Rifle Program entries (canceled)
*Misc. Special Purpose Individual Weapon (SPIW) entries (concluded/cancelled)
*Pedersen Rifle (.276; Not Pedersen device)
*Pedersen Device (.30 M1918; w/ M1903)

quad assault weapon/automatic rifle and sniper/marksman rifles

While some machine guns like the M249 SAW have over time been individually used in infantry crew-served weapons, modern ones are classified as crew-served only and normally used as such. The same is true for sniper rifles. In both cases, some have been used as the reverse of official classifications, and for many, there is no historical classification.


Some of these are crew-served.

In active service
*M3 MAAWS (Recoilless rifle, 84 mm)
*M136 (Bofors AT4; Disposable recoilless rifle, 84 mm)
*M141 SMAW-D (Disposable rocket launcher, 83 mm)
*M203A1/A2 (Grenade launcher, 40x46mm)
*Mk 153 Mod 0 SMAW (Shoulder-Launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon; rocket launcher, 83 mm)
*Mk 40 Mod 0 SRAW "Predator" (Short Range Assault Weapon; missile launcher)
*FGM148 "Javelin" (127mm Infrared Guided Shoulder Launched Anti-tank/Emplacement Missile)In active service (some branches, secondary or limited roles)
*M32 MGL (Multiple-Shot Grenade Launcher, 40x46mm)
*M79 (Grenade Launcher, 40x46mm)
*M72A5/A6/A7 LAW (Disposable Rocket Launcher, 66 mm)

Out of service (obsolete)
*M202/A1 "Flash" (Multi-shot rocket launcher, 66 mm)
*M1/M2/M9 flame thrower
*XM148 (Grenade launcher, 40x46mm)
*M72/A1/A2/A3/A4 LAW (Disposable Rocket Launcher, 66 mm)
*M67 (Recoilless Rifle, 90 mm)
*M20 (Recoilless Rifle, 75 mm)
*M18 (Recoilless Rifle, 57 mm)
*M20A1/M20A1B1 (recoilless Rocket launcher, 3.5 inch)
*M9/A1 (recoilless rocket launcher, 2.36 inch)
*M1/A1 (recoilless rocket launcher, 2.36 inch)

*EX 13 Mod 0 EGLM (grenade launcher, 40x46mm)
*XM25 Advanced Airburst Weapon (magazine-fed grenade rifle, 25 mm LV airburst)
*XM320 (HK AG-C version; single shot grenade launcher, 40x46mm)
*MPIM (missile launcher)
*M72E8/E9/E10 LAW (single-shot rocket launcher, 66 mm)
*XM191 (multi-shot rocket launcher, 66 mm)


In active service
*M67 grenade (Frag)
*M47In active service (some branches, secondary or limited roles)
*Mk 141 Mod 0
*V40 Mini-Grenade

Out of service (obsolete)
*Mk 1 Mod 0/1/2/3
*Mk III/IIIA1/IIIA2 (aka Mk 3/A1/A2)
*Mk II/IIA1 (aka Mk 2/2A1) (Frag)
*M1 Frangible
*Ketchum Grenade (Civil War era)

*EX 1 Mod 0
*EX 2 Mod 0
*Model 308-1 (Never standardized)
*Kilgore/Schermuly Stun
*T13 Beano Grenade

ensors, lasers, designators

"Some of these are crew-served"

*AN/PAQ-4A/C (Infrared aiming light)
*AN/PAS-13 (TWS)
*AN/PVS-10 (SNS)


In active service (some branches, secondary or limited roles)

Out of service (obsolete)
*M234 launcher

ee also

*List of crew served weapons of the US Armed Forces
*List of weapons of the U.S. Marine Corps
*List of firearms
*List of modern weapons
*Marksmanship Ribbon


External links

* [ Global security on XM107]
* [ Mikhail Kalashnikov on American usage of his weapons]

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