List of multiple-barrel firearms

Below is a list of multiple-barrel firearms of all forms from around the world.[1]


Name Manufacturer Image Cartridge Country Year
Arsenal Firearms AF2011A1 Arsenal Firearms .38 Super
.45 ACP
 Italy 2011
Baylè 1879 wallet / palm pistol  France 1879
COP 357 Derringer .38 Special
.357 Magnum
 United States 1983
Pepper-box 17-1800s
Garrucha (pistol) .32 S&W
.38 S&W
.22 Short
.22 Long
.22 Long Rifle
 Brazil 1930s
Howdah pistol .577 Snider
.455 Webley
.476 Enfield
 United Kingdom 1800s
Lancaster pistol .577 inch
.450 Adams
.455 Webley
 United Kingdom 1800s
Mossberg Brownie O.F. Mossberg & Sons .22 Long Rifle
.22 Short
 United States 1919
Mk 1 Underwater Defense Gun Mark 59 Mod 0 Projectile  United States 1970s
Heckler & Koch P11[2] Heckler & Koch 7.62×36mm  West Germany 1970s
SPP-1 underwater pistol Tulsky Oruzheiny Zavod 4.5×40mmR  Soviet Union 1960s
Henrion, Dassy & Heuschen double-barrel revolvers Henrion, Dassy & Heuschen .25 ACP
.32 ACP
6.5 Velodog


Name Manufacturer Image Cartridge Country Year
Nock gun Henry Nock .46 inches (12 mm)  United Kingdom 1779
TP-82 Cosmonaut survival pistol 5.45×39mm
 Soviet Union 1986

Flare launchers

Name Manufacturer Image Cartridge Country Year
Nambu Type 90  Japan 1930

Less lethal

Name Manufacturer Image Cartridge Country Year
Osa 18×45 mm  Russia 1997
Flash-ball Verney-Carron 44×83mm  France

Assault rifles

Name Manufacturer Image Cartridge Country Year
80.002 5.45×39mm
12.7mm Grenade
 Soviet Union 1975
AO-63 assault rifle TsNIITochMash 5.49x39mm  Soviet Union 1984
S&T Daewoo K11 S&T Daewoo 5.56×45mm NATO
20×30mm Grenade
 South Korea 2010
Springfield Armory SALVO Springfield Armory 5.56×45mm NATO  United States 1957
TKB-059 Tula Arms Plant 7.62×39mm  Soviet Union 1962

Submachine guns

Name Manufacturer Image Cartridge Country Year
Spasov M1944 Trigun 9x19mm Parabellum  Bulgaria 1944
Villar-Perosa aircraft submachine gun 9mm Glisenti  Italy 1914


Name Manufacturer Image Cartridge Country Year
M30 Luftwaffe drilling Sauer & Sohn 12 gauge
 Germany 1941
DP-12 Standard Manufacturing Company 12 Gauge  United States 2015
Winchester Liberator 16 Gauge  United States 1962

Machine guns

Name Manufacturer Image Cartridge Country Year
Caldwell machine gun .303 British  Australia 1915
Fokker-Leimberger A.H.G. Fokker & Leimberger 7.92×57mm Mauser  Germany 1916
Fyodorov–Shpagin Model 1922 6.5×50mmSR Arisaka  Soviet Union 1922
Gardner gun  United States 1874
Gast gun 7.92×57mm Mauser  Germany 1915
Gatling gun  United States 1861
GAU-8 General Electric 30×173mm  United States 1977
GAU-12 Equalizer General Dynamics 25×137mm  United States 1971
GAU-19 General Dynamics .50 BMG  United States 1983
Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-6-23 KBP Instrument Design Bureau 23×115mm  Soviet Union
Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-2 KBP Instrument Design Bureau 30 mm caliber  Soviet Union
GShG-7.62 machine gun KBP Instrument Design Bureau 7.62×54mmR  Soviet Union 1968
Hotchkiss Revolving Cannon Hotchkiss et Cie  France 1872
M61 Vulcan General Electric 20×102mm  United States 1959
Minigun General Electric 7.62×51mm NATO  United States 1960
Mitrailleuse  France 1865
Montigny mitrailleuse  Belgium 1863
Nikonov machine gun Izhmash 5.45×39mm  Soviet Union 1977
Nordenfelt gun  United Kingdom 1873
MG14Z Tactics Group GmbH 7.62×51mm NATO  Germany 2014
Rheinmetall RMG 7.62 Rheinmetall Defence 7.62×51mm NATO  Germany 2013
Twin Bren 7.62×39mm  China 1950s
Type 89 machine gun 7.7×58mm Arisaka  Japan 1929
Type 100 machine gun 7.92×57mm  Japan 1940
XM214 Microgun General Electric
General Dynamics
5.56×45mm NATO  United States 1970s
WLKM 12,7 Zakłady Mechaniczne Tarnów .50 BMG  Poland 2014s
Yak-B 12.7mm machine gun KBP Instrument Design Bureau 12.7×108mm  Soviet Union 1973

See also


  1. Small Arms Illustrated, 2010
  2. Dockery, Kevin (2004). Weapons of the Navy SEALs. New York: Berkley. p. 68. ISBN 0-425-19834-0.
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