This is a list of various weapons and vehicles used in World War II by both the Axis and Allied Forces.
- Gewehr 43
- Karabiner 98 Kurz
- SDK silenced rifle
- Gustloff Volkssturmgewehr
- Wimmersperg Spz-kr
- Gewehr 41
- MP44 - Cover Designation for the StG-44 to confuse Adolf Hitler(who himself opposed the-then new Assault rifle) and Allies the weapon was a Submachine Gun.
- MP35 Bergmann
- Type 97 Hand Grenade
- Type 89 "Knee Mortar"
- RGD-33 Stick Grenade.
United Kingdom/British Commonwealth
- Lee Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - Lee Enfield rifle in service at the beginning of the war, supplemented and replaced by the No.4 Mk.I by mid-war.
- Lee Enfield No.4 Mk.1 + No.4 Mk.I(T) - Lee Enfield rifle that replace the No.I Mk.III* in larger numbers mid-war.
- Charlton Autmatic Rifle - Lee-Enfield/Metford light machine gun conversion of Australian/New Zealand origin.
- Howell Autmatic Rifle - Lee-Enfield automatic rifle conversion in limited use by Home Guard.
- Reider Autmatic Rifle - Lee-Enfield automatic rifle conversion of South African origin.
- Lee Enfield No.5 Mk.I Jungle Carbine - Introduced in 1944 to replace the longer No.1 Mk.III*, and No.4 Mk.I rifles for when in use in the jungles of the Far East.
- De Lisle Silent Carbine - Specialist issue, very low number produced.
- Enfield Pattern 14 (P14) - Used as a marksman weapon until the No.IV Mk.I(T) was introduced, also issued in large number to the LDV.
- M1917 Enfield - Issued to LDV.
- M1 Garand - American rifle, used in small quantities by special units.
- M1 & M1A1 Carbine - American rifle, used in small quantities by special units.
- Lanchester - British submachine gun, developed from the German MP28, used by the Royal Navy & Royal Air Force.
- Carbine, Machine, Sten - British submachine gun from late 1941 - early 1942, to the end of the war.
- Owen - Australian top-loading SMG created in World War II and remained in service till the mid 1960s
- Thompson - Licenced copy of American submachine gun used in large numbers until the Sten gun was introduced.
- Bren - Light machine gun through the whole of the war.
- Browning Automatic Rifle - Issued to LDV
- Lewis Gun - In service with some infantry at outbreak of war in small numbers, issued to British Home Guard for the rest of the war.
- Vicker Gas Operated (VGO) "Vickers K" - Aircraft machinegun, used in specialist roles on LRDG and SAS vehicles, as well as a short-lived infantry machine gun with the Commandos.
- Vickers Medium Machine Gun - Standard medium machine gun of the British Army since 1912.
- Browning M1919 - Mounted on many lend-lease vehicles.
- Browning M2 - Mounted on many lend-lease vehicles.
- Machine Gun, 7.92 mm BESA and 15 mm BESA - British versions of the Czech ZB53 (Model 37) machine gun used as tank and armoured car armament only.
- Enfield No.2 Mk.1 Revolver
- Webley Revolver - many marks in .38 and .455 calibres
- Smith & Wesson M&P
- Browning FN-Inglis "Pistol No.II Mk.I*"
- Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP pistol
- Webley No.I Mk.I - (Automatic pistol in .455 inch). Issued to the Royal Navy
- Welrod - silenced pistol
- Grenade, Hand or Rifle, No.36M Mk.I "Mills Bomb"
- "Grenade, Rifle No.68 /AT" HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) Rifle Grenade
- No.69 Mk.I Bakelite Concussion Hand Grenade
- No.76, Special Incendiary Phosphorus Hand Grenade
- No.73 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade "Thermos Grenade"
- Grenade, Hand, No.74 ST "Sticky Bomb"
- No.75 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade "Hawkins Grenade"/"Hawkins Mine"
- No.77 White Phosphorus Hand Grenade
- Grenade, Hand, No. 82 "Gammon Bomb"
- MG42 Common Grenade
Infantry Anti-Tank Weapons
- Rifle, Anti-Tank, .55in, Boys "Boys Anti-Tank Rifle" - Infantry anti-tank weapon (prewar - 1943).
- Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank (PIAT) - Infantry anti-tank weapon (1943 until end of war)
Artillery, including mortars
Guns and Howitzers
- Ordnance QF 25 pounder Gun-howitzer
- BL 5.5 inch Medium Gun
- BL 4.5 inch Medium Field Gun
- BL 7.2 inch Howitzer Mk.I
- BL 8 inch Howitzer
- M1 and M8 75 mm "Pack Howitzers"
- 3.7 inch Mountain Howitzer
- Smith Gun - Home Guard use only
- 20 mm Oerlikon
- 20 mm Polsten
- 40 mm Bofors
- 76 mm QF 3-inch L/45
- QF 3.7-inch L/50
- 114 mm 4.5-inch L/45
- M1919 Browning machine gun
- M2 Browning Machine Gun
- M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle
- M1941 Johnson Machine Gun
- Mauser Broomhandle variants
- Chilean Mauser
- Persian Mauser
- Siamese Mauser