Modern Indian Army Guns (2018)
The Indian Army has fought hard to maintain a modern collection of small arms to better equip its warfighters.There are a total of 41 Modern Indian Army Guns (2018) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. Return to the Modern Guns Index.
The APS was specifically designed from the outset as an assault rifle that could fire a 5.66mm dart from its 26-rou...
The Browning Hi-Power was the last design of famous American gunsmith John Browning - he died before the pistol wen...
The classic Browning M2HB represented the heavy-barrel evolution of the original M2 50-Caliber series of heavy mach...
The Swiss Brugger & Thomet MP9 machine pistol is a further development of the Austrian-originated Steyr TMP series ...
The Carl-Gustav 84mm recoiless rifle design is a popular and widely used multi-purpose weapons platform appearing w...
The Carl-Gustav M4 recoilless rifle weapon is the latest incarnation of the classic Carl-Gustav shoulder-fired line...
The M16 of 1963 began the line of classic assault weapons by Colt - since manufactured globally and encompassing en...
A close-quarters version of the successful American M16A2 Assault Rifle became the popular M4 Assault Carbine....
SOPMOD kits - adding specialized accessories to the base M4A1 - evolve the M4 Carbine family of automatic weapons t...
The Degtyarev KPV Heavy Machine Gun appeared in the period immediately following World War 2 and has seen action in...
The Denel NTW-20 can change its caliber without complete disassembly of the weapon system or need for specialized t...
The Dragunov SVD was the standard Soviet and Warsaw Pact sniper rifle during a bulk of the Cold War years and remai...
The Belgian FN MAG is one of the more successful post-World War 2 machine guns and is still in steady production to...
The popular Austrian Glock 17 has gone on to be adopted for military, police and security service the world over....
The GP-25 series of Soviet-designed single-shot grenade launchers has seen widespread use since its adoption in the...
The German Heckler & Koch HK MP5 Submachine Gun has proven exceedingly popular for its compact and reliable approac...
The military service version of the German Heckler and Koch PSG-1 semi-automatic rifle is the MSG-90 Sniper Rifle....
The German-made PSG-1 Precision Sniping Rifle went on to find a plethora of operators worldwide - from Albania to V...
The Israeli-originated B-300 maintains an inherent advantage in requiring only a single user to operate the weapon....
The Galil Assault Rifle family was broadened to include an accurized sniper rifle model form in the IMI Galil Snipe...
The IMI Negev Light Machine Gun was adopted by Israeli forces in 1997 and has seen relatively limited export....
The Israeli IMI TAR-21 Tavor Assault Rifle entered service in 2006 and has already seen relatively widespread use....
The Uzi submachine gun has proven an effective and reliable performer and has seen tremendous success in the world ...
The AKM was a modernized version of the successful AK-47 model and some 10.2 million were produced....
Some 1,000,000 PK machine gun systems and associated variants are estimated to have been produced....
The Soviet ASG-17 Automatic Grenade Launcher is equivalent in battlefield role to that of the American MK 19 series...
The AGS-30 series was developed as a lightweight replacement for the long-running AGS-17 automatic grenade launcher...
The KBP RPO-A Shmel was introduced during the late 1980s and serves Russian forces today as an infantry-level, shou...
Th American M40 Recoilless Rifle series appeared during the 1950s and still finds use on the battlefields of today....
The Soviet NSV Heavy Machine Gun was introduced in 1971 and still sees constant action around the globe today....
The Excalibur assault rifle is based on the earlier INSAS family of automatic weapons and stands to see service ent...
The INSAS represents a family of lethal automatic weapons that began service with the Indian Army in 1998....
The L16 81mm Mortar was a joint UK and Canadian development, replacing the WW2-era Ordnance ML 3-inch system....
The Ordnance ML 2-inch Mortar proved a God-send to the British Army, just in time for World War 2....
The 9K38 Igla shoulder-launched anti-aircraft missile system emerged from testing in the 1970s and has since proven...
The SIG-Sauer SSG 3000 makes for an excellent, stable and reliable sniper weapon system for military and law enforc...
The Sterling Submachine Gun has served with dozens of global operators and proved itself a viable replacement for t...
The Steyr SSG 69 bolt-action sniper rifle has seen service with the forces of over a dozen countries worldwide....