Modern Royal Saudi Land Forces (Saudi Arabia) Guns (2018)
The Saudi Kingdom lacks a viable local industry for small arms production - so its inventory becomes a mix of foreign types mainly from Europe.There are a total of 24 Modern Royal Saudi Land Forces (Saudi Arabia) 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 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 M203 grenade launcher can be fitted to a variety of non-M16/M4 rifles, increasing its global use....
A close-quarters version of the successful American M16A2 Assault Rifle became the popular M4 Assault Carbine....
The Belgian FN MAG is one of the more successful post-World War 2 machine guns and is still in steady production to...
The Belgian Fabrique Nationale FN P90 submachine gun was designed with the auxiliary military unit in mind....
The popular Austrian Glock 17 has gone on to be adopted for military, police and security service the world over....
The Heckler and Koch HK33E became a successor for the earlier production HK33 series automatic weapons....
The German-originated Heckler and Koch HK G3 assault rifle was, and continues to be, a robust and reliable weapon s...
The Heckler & Koch HK G36 assault rifle is the standard frontline service gun of the Germany Army....
The German Heckler & Koch HK MP5 Submachine Gun has proven exceedingly popular for its compact and reliable approac...
The HK MP5K is known as the Room Broom because of its compact size and automatic nature....
The BGM-71 TOW series of anti-tank missile systems is a widely-used anti-tank system around the world....
Some 1,000,000 PK machine gun systems and associated variants are estimated to have been produced....
The M224 replaced the World War 2-era M2 and M19 mortars in service with US ground forces....
Developed by the U.S. Chemical Warfare Service, the M30 heavy mortar system was introduced in 1951 and still sees s...
The M72 LAW started production in the early 1960s and carried on with improved versions into the 1990s....
The MBDA MILAN is a combat-proven, medium-range, anti-tank missile system that has seen widespread service througho...
The Modele F1 towed heavy field mortar is a prominent player in the armies of France, Turkey, the Netherlands, and ...
The Raytheon-Lockheed Martin FGM-148 Javelin replaced the Cold War-era M47 Dragon portable anti-tank missile launch...
The Raytheon M47 Dragon anti-tank missile system saw service from 1975 through 2001 and took part in the Iran-Iraq ...
The Steyr AUG was one of the first widely-accepted frontline standard issue bullpup configured assault rifles....