Vapen & ammunition (Swedish for "Weapons & Ammunition") is a 2002 album by the Swedish band Kent. Absent from this record is a long, mostly-instrumental song, rounding the album off, as had been a characteristic of the band ever since their second record Verkligen. The white tiger on the cover is a tribute to the band's hometown Eskilstuna: the zoo in town had white tigers as its main attraction. Vapen & Ammunition was voted Best Album of 2002 on the Grammis awards, the Swedish equivalent to the Grammy. The album sold more than 600,000 copies in Scandinavia.
There is a special Russian edition of the CD, for sale in the CIS. All the songs on it being the same as the regular Swedish version.