The most powerful weapon in our arsenal? Our people. Highly-trained and heavily armed.
Standard issue rifle, capable of firing single rounds or bursts - deploying quick fire at short range, and accurate fire at longer ranges.
Trusted by military personnel around the globe, the Glock 17 9mm pistol has an optimum magazine capacity of 17 rounds, is lightweight and highly reliable.
SA80 under-slung grenade launcher
A variant of the standard issue SA80 rifle, enabling Royal Marines to deploy grenades at extended distances.
Used by Royal Marines to augment their individual firepower in close combat scenarios.
The 7.62mm GPMG can be fired from a bipod, on a tripod for sustained fire, or from a vehicle mounting aimed at ground and air targets.
Heavy machine gun
Used to significantly increase the firepower of a Royal Marine troop. Typically crewed by 3 Commandos.
L400 (KS-1) Assault Rifle
The very latest addition to the Royal Marines’ arsenal, the KS-1 assault rifle features advanced optical and thermal sights as well as a suppressor for stealth.
Colt Canada C8 Carbine
Reliable and ergonomic in design, the C8 is a gas-operated, selective firing weapon that produces devastating accuracy.
L96 Sniper Rifle
The L96 .338 sniper rifle enables the Royal Marines to target specific enemies from ranges of over 1km. The choice for British military forces, the L96 features an adjustable butt, integrated adjustable bipod and static iron sights.
Guided, medium range anti-tank weapon that can be transported by a single person. It is capable of defeating armoured vehicles - including tanks and hovering helicopters - it has integrated day and night sight that allows tactical operations in any conditions.
Indirect fire weapon operated by two commandos, with a range of 5,650 metres. Just like the Light Mortar, The mortar can fire a number of different types of round, it can fire smoke, illuminating and high explosive rounds.
Next Generation Light Anti-Tank Weapon (NLAW)
One of the world‘s most advanced infantry rocket systems, with a maximum range of 1km and technology that predicts the line of sight.