World Infantry Weapons: Canada

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Handguns

The Canadian Department of National Defence had 25,125 pistols in service in 2000.

 

Common Name: Five-seveN

Calibre: 5.7×28mm

Origin: Fabrique Nationale SA (FN), Herstal, Belgium.

Use: Police forces: special service (200?-). In use with Montréal SWAT.

 

Common Name: Browning Mle 1910

Calibre: 7.65×17mmSR (.32 ACP)

Origin: Fabrique Nationale SA (FN), Herstal, Belgium.

Use: Armed forces: special service (1970-). 192 acquired. In use with senior officers.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: Mod 92F

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Pietro Beretta SpA, Gardone Val Trompia, Italy.

Use: Police forces: limited service (199?-). In use with Vancouver police. OBSOLESCENT.

 

Common Name: P×4 Storm

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Pietro Beretta SpA, Gardone Val Trompia, Italy.

Use: Police forces: limited service (2007-). 2,400+ acquired. In use with CBSA.

 

Designation: Pistol, 9mm, Browning FN, HP, No 2 Mk 1*

Common Name: Browning HP

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: John Inglis, Toronto (licensed from FN, Herstal, Belgium).

Use: Armed forces: general service (1944-). 23,000+ acquired. Replaced the S&W .38 Military & Police and Enfield No. 2 Mk I.

Sources: Huon, Jean. Un siècle d’armement mondial (Crépin-Leblond, 1977); Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: Glock 17

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Glock GmbH, Deutsch-Wagram, Austria.

Use: Police forces: limited service (198?-). In use with Quebéc Provincial Police and Carleton police.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: Glock 19

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Glock GmbH, Deutsch-Wagram, Austria.

Use: Police forces: limited service. In use with Quebéc Provincial Police.

 

Designation: Pistol, 9mm, SIG-Sauer, P225

Common Name: P225

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: SIG-Sauer GmbH, Eckernförde, Germany.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (1991-). 1,050+ acquired. In use with general officers, military police, naval landing parties, and aircrews.

 

Designation: Pistol, 9mm, SIG-Sauer, P226

Common Name: P226

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: SIG-Sauer GmbH, Eckernförde, Germany.

Use: Armed forces: special service (199?-). In use with JTF2.

Police forces: special service (198?-). In use with RCMP.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Pistol, 9mm, SIG-Sauer, P228

Common Name: P228

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: SIG-Sauer GmbH, Eckernförde, Germany.

Use: Armed forces: special service (199?-). In use with JTF2.

Police forces: special service (199?-). In use with RCMP ERT.

 

Common Name: Model 3953

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Smith & Wesson, Springfield, USA

Use: Police forces: limited service (1996-). In use with RCMP. Replaced the S&W Model 10 Military & Police.

 

Common Name: Model 5946

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Smith & Wesson, Springfield, USA

Use: Police forces: limited service (1996-). In use with RCMP. Replaced the S&W Model 10 Military & Police.

 

Common Name: P99 DAO

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Carl Walther GmbH, Ulm, Germany.

Use: Police forces: limited service (200?-). In use with Quebéc Provincial Police. Replaced the Glock 17, Glock 19, and Ruger SP101.

Sources: Jones, Richard. Jane’s Infantry Weapons 2008-09 (Jane’s, 2008); Walther. Defense Catalog (2008).

 

Common Name: P99 QA

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Carl Walther GmbH, Ulm, Germany.

Use: Police forces: limited service (2002-). In use with Montréal police.

Sources: Jones, Richard. Jane’s Infantry Weapons 2008-09 (Jane’s, 2008); Walther. Defense Catalog (2008).

 

Common Name: Model 10 Military & Police

Calibre: 9×29mmR (.38 Special)

Origin: Smith & Wesson, Springfield, USA

Use: Police forces: limited service. OBSOLESCENT.

Sources: Huon, Jean. Un siècle d’armement mondial (Crépin-Leblond, 1977); Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: SP101

Calibre: 9×29mmR (.38 Special)

Origin: Sturm, Ruger & Co, Southport, USA.

Use: Police forces: general service (1990-200?). 5,000+ acquired. In use with Quebéc Provincial Police. OBSOLETE.

 

Common Name: Security Six

Calibre: 9×33mmR (.357 Magnum)

Origin: Sturm, Ruger & Co, Southport, USA.

Use: Police forces: limited service. In use with Middleton police.

 

Common Name: Mod 96D Brigadier

Calibre: 10×21mm (.40 S&W)

Origin: Pietro Beretta SpA, Gardone Val Trompia, Italy.

Use: Police forces: limited service (199?-). In use with Halton and Vancouer police.

 

Common Name: Glock 22

Calibre: 10×21mm (.40 S&W)

Origin: Glock GmbH, Deutsch-Wagram, Austria.

Use: Police forces: limited service. In use with Ottawa Provincial Police and Calgary, Delta, Edmonton, and Toronto police.

 

Common Name: Glock 23

Calibre: 10×21mm (.40 S&W)

Origin: Glock GmbH, Deutsch-Wagram, Austria.

Use: Police forces: limited service. In use with Toronto police.

 

Common Name: P229

Calibre: 10×21mm (.40 S&W)

Origin: SIG-Sauer GmbH, Eckernförde, Germany.

Use: Armed forces: special service (200?-). In use with JTF2.

 

Common Name: M&P40

Calibre: 10×21mm (.40 S&W)

Origin: Smith & Wesson, Springfield, USA

Use: Police forces: limited service (2007-). In use with Gatineau Police Department (200?-), Halton Regional Police Service (2008-), and Peel Regional Police (2007-).

 

Submachine Guns and Personal Defence Weapons

The Canadian Department of National Defence had 25,563 submachine guns in service in 2000.

 

Common Name: P90

Calibre: 5.7×28mm

Origin: Fabrique Nationale SA (FN), Herstal, Belgium.

Use: Armed forces: special service (2005-). In use with JTF2

Police forces: special service (200?-). In use with Montréal SWAT.

Details: Integral reflex sight.

 

Designation: Gun, Sub-Machine, 9mm, C1

Common Name: Mark 4 (L2A3)

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Canadian Arsenals Ltd, Long Branch (licensed from Sterling, Dagenham, England).

Use: Armed forces: reserve service (1958-1988). OBSOLETE. Replaced the Enfield STEN Mk 2.

Details: Folding stock.

Sources: Huon, Jean. Un siècle d’armement mondial (Crépin-Leblond, 1977); Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: MP5A2

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service (198?-).

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: MP5A3

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service (198?-). In use with RCMP and Kingston, Québec, and Vancover SWAT.

Details: Retractable stock.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: MP5A5

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service. In use with Québec SWAT.

Details: Fires semiautomatic, 3-round bursts, and full automatic. Retractable stock.

 

Designation: Gun, Sub-Machine, 9mm, H&K, MP5N

Common Name: MP5A5N

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Armed forces: special service (199?-). Replaced the LBA-Sterling C1.

Details: Retractable stock.

 

Common Name: MP5K

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service (198?-).

Details: No stock.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: MP5SD6

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service. In use with Québec SWAT.

Details: Fires semiautomatic, 3-round bursts, and full automatic. Integral sound suppressor. Retractable stock.

 

Common Name: MP5SFA3

Calibre: 9×19mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: limited service (199?-). In use with RCMP.

Details: Semiautomatic fire only. Retractable stock.

 

Rifles

The Canadian Department of National Defence had 169,540 rifles (including 487 sniper rifles) in service in 2000.

 

Common Name: Modell 1827 Fortner

Calibre: 5.6×16mmR (.22 LR)

Origin: J.G. Anschütz GmbH, Ulm, Germany.

Use: Armed forces: special service. In use with biathlon shooters.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Rifle, Automatic, 5.56mm, C7

Common Name: AR-15A2 R715 (C7)

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: general service (1985-). 80,000+ acquired (including C7A1). Replaced the LBA-FN C1A1 and LBA-FN C2A1.

Police forces: special service. In use with RCMP ERT.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Rifle, Automatic, 5.56mm, C7A1

Common Name: C7FT

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: general service (1990-). 80,000+ acquired (including C7). Replaced the Diemaco C7.

Details: Leitz C79 ELCAN 3.4× scope.

 

Designation: Rifle, Automatic, 5.56mm, C7A2

Common Name: C7FT

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: general service (200?-). Replaced the Diemaco C7A1.

Details: Some have a carbine-length 408mm barrel. Retractable stock. Leitz C79A2 ELCAN 3.4× scope.

 

Designation: Rifle, Marksman, 5.56mm, C??

Common Name: C7CT

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (2004-).

Details: ??? ??× scope. MIL-STD-1913 sight rail. Bipod.

 

Designation: Carbine, Automatic, 5.56mm, C8

Common Name: CAR-15A2 R725 (C8)

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc., Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: general service (1985-). 2,365+ acquired (including 800 with the navy). Replaced the LBA-Sterling C1.

Details: Carbine with 368mm barrel. Retractable stock.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Carbine, Automatic, 5.56mm, C8A1

Common Name: C8FT

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (1990-). Replaced the Diemaco C8.

Police forces: special service (200?-). In use with Montréal SWAT.

Details: Carbine with 368mm barrel. Retractable stock. Leitz C79 ELCAN 3.4× scope.

 

Designation: Carbine, Automatic, 5.56mm, C8A1HB

Common Name: C8FTHB

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (200?-). Replaced the Diemaco C8A1.

Details: Carbine with 408mm barrel. Retractable stock. Leitz C79A2 ELCAN 3.4× scope or EOTech 552 reflex sight.

 

Designation: Carbine, Automatic, 5.56mm, C8A3

Common Name: C8FTHB

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (200?-). Replaced the Diemaco C8FTHB.

Details: Carbine with 408mm barrel. Retractable stock. Leitz C79A2 ELCAN 3.4× scope or EOTech 552 reflex sight.

 

Designation: Rifle, Target, 5.56mm, C11

Common Name: C11

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: special service (200?-). In use with competition teams.

Details: Bipod.

 

Common Name: G36

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service (200?-). In use with Vancouver SWAT?

Details: Folding stock.

 

Common Name: HK33A2

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service. In use with Québec SWAT.

 

Common Name: HK53A3

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service. In use with Montréal SWAT.

Details: Carbine with 211mm barrel. Retractable stock.

 

Common Name: Model 77

Calibre: 5.56×49mm (.22-250 Remington)

Origin: Sturm, Ruger & Co, Southport, USA.

Use: Police forces: special service. In use with RCMP.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: AWP

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Accuracy International Ltd, Portsmouth, England.

Use: Police forces: special service (200?-). In use with Vancover SWAT.

Details: Schmidt & Bender 3-12× scope. Bipod.

 

Designation: Rifle, Marksman, 7.62mm, C??

Common Name: AR-10(T)

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: ArmaLite Inc, Geneseo, USA.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (200?-).

Details: ??? ??× scope. MIL-STD sight rail. Bipod.

 

Designation: Rifle, Target, 7.62mm, C12A1

Common Name: RPA Quadlock

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener (based on RPA design).

Use: Armed forces: special service (200?-). In use with competition teams.

Details: Bipod.

 

Common Name: PSG1

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service.

Details: Hensoldt 6× scope.

 

Designation: Rifle, Sniper, 7.62mm, C3A1

Common Name: Model 82

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Parker-Hale Ltd, Birminham, England.

Use: Armed forces: reserve service (1989-2005). Replaced the Parker-Hale C3. OBSOLETE.

Details: Unertl 10× scope. Bipod.

Sources: Jones, Richard. Jane’s Infantry Weapons 2008-09 (Jane’s, 2008).

 

Common Name: Model 77

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Sturm, Ruger & Co, Southport, USA.

Use: Police forces: special service. In use with RCMP.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: Model 70

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Winchester Repeating Firearms, New Haven, USA.

Use: Police forces: special service (1965-). In use with RCMP.

Details: Leupold 3-9× scope.

Sources: Huon, Jean. Un siècle d’armement mondial (Crépin-Leblond, 1977); Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Common Name: Model 94

Calibre: 7.62×51mmR (.30-30 Winchester)

Origin: Winchester Repeating Firearms, New Haven, USA.

Use: Police forces: limited service. In use with RCMP.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Rifle, SAR, .30-06

Common Name: Model 77 Mk II

Calibre: 7.62×63mm (.30-06)

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener (based on Sturm, Ruger design).

Use: Armed forces: special service. In use with search and rescue personnel.

Details: Carbine with 368mm barrel. Folding stock. Orange colour.

 

Designation: Rifle, Sniper, Medium-Range (MRSW), .338, C14

Common Name: Timberwolf SWS

Calibre: 8.6×70mm (.338 Lapua Magnum)

Origin: Prairie Gun Works (PGW) Defence Technologies Inc, Winnipeg, Canada.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (2005-). Replaced the Parker-Hale C3A1.

Details: USO 3.2-17× scope. Bipod.

Sources: Jones, Richard. Jane’s Infantry Weapons 2008-09 (Jane’s, 2008).

 

Designation: Weapon, Sniper, Long-Range (LRSW), .50, C15

Common Name: Model 93 Tactical (Tac-50)

Calibre: 12.7×99mm (.50 Browning)

Origin: McMillan Bros, Phoenix, USA.

Use: Armed forces: special service (2000-).

Details: Leupold 16× scope. Folding stock. Bipod. BR Tuote B8M suppressor.

 

Shotguns

The Canadian Department of National Defence had 700 shotguns in service in 2000.

 

Designation: Shotgun, Pump, 12-gauge, Benelli, Model M3 Super 90

Common Name: M3 Super 90

Calibre: 18.5×76mmR (12-gauge)

Origin: Armi Benelli SpA, Gardone Val Trompia.

Use: Armed forces: special service. In use with JTF2.

Details: Retractable stock.

 

Common Name: Model 500

Calibre: 18.5×76mmR (12-gauge)

Origin: Mossberg & Sons, Inc, North Haven, USA.

Use: Police forces: limited service (1982-). In use with Québec Provincial Police and prison authorities.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Shotgun, Pump, 12-gauge, Remington, Model 870

Common Name: Model 870P

Calibre: 18.5×76mmR (12-gauge)

Origin: Remington Arms Co, Inc, Madison, USA.

Use: Armed forces: special service. In use with JTF2.

Police service: general service. In use with RCMP and others.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Shotgun, Pump, 12-gauge, Remington, Model 870P

Common Name: Model 870P

Calibre: 18.5×76mmR (12-gauge)

Origin: Remington Arms Co, Inc, Madison, USA.

Use: Armed forces: special service. In use with JTF2.

Police service: special service.

Details: Folding stock.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Shotgun, Semi-Automatic, 12-gauge, Remington, Model 11-87P

Common Name: Model 11-87P

Calibre: 18.5×76mmR (12-gauge)

Origin: Remington Arms Co, Inc, Madison, USA.

Use: Armed forces: special service. In use with combat engineers.

 

Machine Guns

The Canadian Department of National Defence had 6,932 light machine guns, 4,735 medium machine guns, and 1,354 heavy machine guns in service in 2000.

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Light, 5.56mm, C9

Common Name: MINIMI

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener (licensed from FN, Herstal, Belgium).

Use: Armed forces: general service (1985-). 6,932+ acquired (including C9A1). Replaced the LBA-FN C2A1.

Details: Bipod.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Light, 5.56mm, C9A1

Common Name: MINIMI

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener (licensed from FN, Herstal, Belgium).

Use: Armed forces: general service (199?-). 6,932+ acquired (including C9). Replaced the Diemaco-FN C9. 6,750

Details: Leitz C79 ELCAN 3.4× scope. Bipod.

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Light, 5.56mm, C9A2

Common Name: MINIMI

Calibre: 5.56×45mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener (licensed from FN, Herstal, Belgium).

Use: Armed forces: limited service (200?-). Replaced the Diemaco-FN C9A1.

Details: Retractable stock. Leitz C79 ELCAN 3.4× scope. Bipod.

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Coaxial, 7.62mm, C5A1

Common Name: Browning M1919A4

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (1978-). In use as coaxial gun in armoured vehicles. OBSOLETE. Replaced the Browning C1A1.

Sources: Huon, Jean. Un siècle d’armement mondial (Crépin-Leblond, 1977); Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Pintle, 7.62mm, C5A5

Common Name: Browning M1919A4

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener.

Use: Armed forces: limited service. In use as flexible gun on armoured vehicles. OBSOLETE. Replaced the Browning C1.

Sources: Huon, Jean. Un siècle d’armement mondial (Crépin-Leblond, 1977); Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, GPMG, 7.62mm, C6

Common Name: MAG-60-20 Infanterie

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Fabrique Nationale SA (FN), Herstal, Belgium.

Use: Armed forces: general service (1985-). 1,870+ acquired. Replaced the Browning C5.

Details: Bipod. 220-round belts.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Coaxial, 7.62mm, C6

Common Name: MAG-60-40 Coaxial

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Fabrique Nationale SA (FN), Herstal, Belgium.

Use: Armed forces: general service (1978-). In use as coaxial gun on Leopard C2 main battle tank and other vehicles. Replaced the Browning C5A1.

Details: Lacks bipod and stock. Pistol grip.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Pintle, 7.62mm, C6

Common Name: MAG-60-20

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Fabrique Nationale SA (FN), Herstal, Belgium.

Use: Armed forces: general service (1978-). In use as flexible gun on Leopard C2 main battle tank and other vehicles. Replaced the Browning C5A5.

Details: Lacks bipod and stock. Spade grips.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Coaxial, 7.62mm, MG3A1

Common Name: MG3A1

Calibre: 7.62×51mm

Origin: Rheinmetall GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (200?-). In use as coaxial gun on Leopard 2A4 main battle tank.

Details: Lacks bipod and stock (carried onboard to allow dismounted use).

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Heavy, Flexible, .50-calibre, M2HB, QCB

Common Name: Browning M2HB QCB

Calibre: 12.7×99mm (.50 Browning)

Origin: Fabrique Nationale SA, Herstal, Belgium.

Use: Armed forces: general service (199?-). 1,650+ acquired. In use on tripods and as flexible gun on Nyala armoured car.

Details: Tripod.

 

Designation: Machine-Gun, Aircraft, .50-calibre, XM218

Common Name: Browning AN-M2 (XM218)

Calibre: 12.7×99mm (.50 Browning)

Origin: USA.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (198?-). In use as door gun on CH-135 helicopter.

Sources: Ezell, Eward. Small Arms Today (Stackpole, 1988).

 

Grenade Launchers

The Canadian Department of National Defence had 336 grenade launchers in service in 2000.

 

Common Name: ARWEN 37

Calibre: 37×112mmRB

Origin: Royal Small Arms Factory (RSAF), Enfield, England; Police Ordnance Company, Markham (licensed).

Use: Police forces: special service (198?-). In use with RCMP, Québec Provinical Police, and Montréal SWAT.

Details: Revolver drum.

 

Designation: Launcher, Grenade, 40mm, M203A1

Common Name: M203A1

Calibre: 40×46mmSR

Origin: Diemaco Inc, Kitchener (licensed from Colt, Hartford, USA).

Use: Armed forces: general service (199?-). 336+ acquired.

Details: Mounted under Diemaco C7, Diemaco C7A1, and Diemaco C7A2.

 

Common Name: MZP1

Calibre: 40×46mmSR

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Police forces: special service (198?-).

Details: Retractable stock.

 

Signal Pistols

Designation: Pistol, Signal

Common Name: Emergency Flare Launcher (EFL)

Calibre: 19×36mm

Origin: Heckler & Koch GmbH, Oberndorf, Germany.

Use: Armed forces: general service.

 

Designation: Pistol, Signal

Common Name: AN-M8

Calibre: 38×122mmR

Origin: USA.

Use: Armed forces: general service (1942-).

 

Hand Grenades

Designation: Grenade, Hand, C13

Common Name: M67

Origin:

Use: Armed forces: general service.

Details: Defensive hand grenade.

 

Designation: Grenade, Hand, HC, Smoke, C1A1

 

Light Mortars

Common Name: M19 CAN

Calibre: 60mm

Origin: Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, USA.

Use: Armed forces: general service (194?-).

Sources: Jones, Richard. Jane’s Infantry Weapons 2008-09 (Jane’s, 2008).

 

Light Antitank Weapons

Desigantion: Short-Range Anti-Armour Weapon, Light (SHRAAW-L) M72

Common Name: M72A3

Calibre: 66mm

Origin:

Use: Armed forces: general service.

Details: Disposable.

Sources: Jones, Richard. Jane’s Infantry Weapons 2008-09 (Jane’s, 2008).

 

Desigantion: Short-Range Anti-Armour Weapon, Light (SHRAAW-L) M72

Common Name: M72A4

Calibre: 66mm

Origin:

Use: Armed forces: general service.

Details: Disposable.

 

Desigantion: Short-Range Anti-Armour Weapon, Light (SHRAAW-L) M72A5-C1

Common Name: M72A5-C1

Calibre: 66mm

Origin:

Use: Armed forces: general service.

Details: Disposable.

 

Desigantion: Short-Range Anti-Armour Weapon, Light (SHRAAW-L) M72

Common Name: M72A6

Calibre: 66mm

Origin:

Use: Armed forces: general service.

Details: Disposable.

 

Desigantion: Short-Range Anti-Armour Weapon, Medium (SHRAAW-M)

Common Name: M2 Carl Gustaf

Calibre: 84×250mmR

Origin: Förenade Fabriksverken (FFV), Eskilstuna, Sweden.

Use: Armed forces: general service (1965-). 921 in service (1,040 originally acquired).

Details: Recoilless rifle. 2× scope.

Sources: Jones, Richard. Jane’s Infantry Weapons 2008-09 (Jane’s, 2008).

 

Desigantion: Short-Range Anti-Armour Weapon, Medium (SHRAAW-M)

Common Name: M3 Carl Gustaf

Calibre: 84×250mmR

Origin: Bofors, Eskilstuna, Sweden.

Use: Armed forces: general service (1988- or 1991-).

Details: Recoilless rifle. 2× scope.

 

Common Name: M67

Calibre: 90mm

Origin: USA.

Use: Armed forces: out of service. OBSOLETE.

Details: Recoilless rifle.

 

Cannon

Common Name: Bushmaster (M242)

Calibre: 25×137mm

Origin: Boeing, Mesa, USA.

Use: Armed forces: general service (199?-). 787+ acquired. In use on Coyote DSFV support vehicle and Kodiak LAV III armoured personnel carrier.

Details: Externally powered. Twin feed.

 

Designation: Low-Level Air Defence (LLAD)

Common Name: KDB

Calibre: 35×228mm

Origin: Oerlikon-Bührle AG, Zürich-Oerlikon, Switzerland.

Use: Armed forces: limited service (1989-). 40+ acquired. In use on twin AA mount.