The Woodgate rifle was a British self-loading rifle designed by Herbert Ferdinand Woodgate.
The Woodgate rifle was developed after the rejection of the Griffiths & Woodgate rifle by the British Army. It used the slam-fire mechanism of the Griffiths & Woodgate rifle, but was only capable of semi-automatic fire. Like its predecessor, the Woodgate rifle suffered issues with accuracy and recoil. Very few prototypes were made, and none are known to still exist.