A Kropatschek is any variant of a rifle designed by Alfred von Kropatschek. Kropatschek's rifles used an tubular magazine (constructed of nickel-plated steel) of his design, of the same type used in the German Mauser Gewehr 1871/84 and the Japanese Type 22 Murata. While designed for black powder, the Kropatschek action proved to be strong enough to handle smokeless powder.
- Gendarmerie Repetier-Karabiner M1881: 11mm Gendarmerie Carbine (also known as M1874/81);
- Kropatschek Torpedo Boats Gewehr M1893: 8mm Navy Rifle for Torpedo boat crews.
- Fusil de Marine Mle 1878: 11mm Navy Rifle;
- Fusil d'Infanterie Mle 1884: 11mm Infantry Rifle;
- Fusil d'Infanterie Mle 1885: 11mm Infantry Rifle.
- Espingarda de Infantaria 8 mm m/1886: 8mm Infantry Rifle;
- Carabina de Caçadores 8 mm m/1886: 8mm Light Infantry Carbine;
- Carabina de Cavalaria 8 mm m/1886: 8mm Cavalry Carbine;
- Carabina da Guarda Fiscal 8 mm m/1886/88: 8mm Treasury Guard Carbine;
- Espingarda de Infantaria 8 mm m/1886/89: 8mm Colonial Infantry Rifle;
- Carabina de Artilharia 8 mm m/1886/91: 8mm Artillery Carbine.