List of firearm brands

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This is a list of firearm brands.

Marque Stands for (named after) Company Country Market Other products
AEK Kovrov Mechanical Plant,
Degtyaryov Plant
Russia / USSR Combat
Bb Adams Arms United States Civilian, law enforcement, military
Baikal Lake Baikal Izhmekh Russia Civilian, combat Medical equipment
Benelli Benelli Armi SpA Italy
Beretta Beretta Italy
Bersa Bersa Argentina Civilian and military
Blaser Blaser Jagdwaffen GmbH Germany Civilian, law enforcement Outdoor
Browning John Browning Browning Arms Company United States Outdoor products
Bushmaster Bushmaster Firearms International United States
CZ Česká zbrojovka Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod Czech Republic Civilian, law enforcement, military,
Colt Samuel Colt Colt's Manufacturing Company
Colt Defense
United States Civilian, law enforcement, military, security
FN Fabrique Nationale Fabrique Nationale d'Armes de Guerre Belgium Military, law enforcement, security, civilian
Glock Gaston Glock Glock Ges.m.b.H. Austria
Heckler & Koch Heckler & Koch Germany
IZh [N 1] Izhmekh Russia / USSR Civilian Air guns
Kel-Tec Kel-Tec CNC Industries Inc. United States
Mossberg O.F. Mossberg & Sons United States
MP Mechanical Plant Izhmekh Russia Civilian, combat Air guns, non-lethal weapons
MTs Model' TsKIBa
TsKIB's Model
Tula Arms Plant
Russia / USSR Civilian [N 2]
OTs Obrazets TsKIBa
TsKIB's Specimen
TsKIB SOO / KBP Russia / USSR Combat
Panther Arms
Patriot Ordnance Factory POF-USA Patriot Ordnance Factory, Inc. United States Civilian, law enforcement, military, security Gas-piston-operated weapon systems, firearm accessories, drop-in triggers, patriotic artwork, bolt carriers, bolts, upper receivers, barrel nut heatsinks, E^2 (E-Squared) barrels
Proarms Proarms Armory Czech Republic Civilian, law enforcement, military
Remington John Browning Remington Arms United States Civilian combat
Ruger William B. Ruger Sturm, Ruger & Co. United States
S&W Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson Smith & Wesson United States Various[N 3][1]
Savage Savage Arms United States
SCCY SCCY Firearms United States
Seraphim Armoury (SA) Seraphim Armoury Inc. Canada Civilian, law enforcement, military, security Optics
SIG Sauer SIG Sauer Germany / USA Civilian, military
Springfield (historical) Springfield Illinois armory location Springfield Armory United States
Springfield (present) Springfield Armory, Inc. United States
SR Spetsial'naya Razrabotka
Special Development
Tula Arms Plant
Russia Combat
Steyr Steyr, Austria Steyr Mannlicher Austria Civilian, Combat
Taurus Taurus Brazil / USA Civilian and military
TOZ Tula Arms Plant Russia / USSR Civilian
UWS United States Military, law enforcement
Walther Arms Carl Walther Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen Germany
Weatherby Roy Weatherby Weatherby United States Civilian
Winchester Oliver Winchester Winchester Repeating Arms Company United States
  1. ^ The IZh motorcycles and automobiles are manufactured by Izhmash.
  2. ^ With few exceptions (MTs-116M) which were created for combat.
  3. ^ Smith & Wesson markets gun accessories, handcuffs, safes, apparel, watches, collectibles, knives, tools, air guns, and myriad other products under its brand name, including cologne, handbags, and washing machines.

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  1. ^ Supica, Jim; Richard Nahas (2007). "Gimcracks and Geedaws". Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson (3 ed.). F+W Media, Inc. pp. 390–393. ISBN 978-0-89689-293-4.