Free Fire is a battle royale game developed by 111 Dots Studio and published by Garena for mobile devices. Into the game, 50 players will jump into an abandoned island to pick up weapons and fight until there is only one player left.

The game features a large collection of guns of all kinds such as SMG, Assault Rifle, Sniper Rifle for players to choose from. Each weapon has its own strengths and weaknesses.

Free Fire All Guns In Real Life

It is common for shooter games to have weapons based on weapons in real life and Free Fire is not an exception. But not all guns in Free Fire are based on weapons on weapons in real life. For example, there is no Treatment Gun or Heat Gun, or CG15 in real life.

Also, the ways weapons work in Free Fire is also significantly different from they work in real life because the game needs to be balanced and fun to play. Still, most weapons in Free Fire have the look of their counterpart in real life.

Below are Free Fire all guns in real life with pictures.



The SPAS-12 in real life is a dual-mode shotgun, adjustable for semi-automatic or pump-action operation. The SPAS-12 can shot as far as 50m.

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The M1014 is also known as the Benelli M4 is an Italian semi-automatic shotgun that can fire up to 140 meters, unlike in the game, where you can only use it in a short-range.

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The M1887 is a very old shotgun that was designed during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. But it is not a double-shot shotgun like in Free Fire.

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The P90 is a compact submachine gun designed and manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium. The P90 can fire up to 1,8 km away.

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The MP40 is an SMG that was developed by the Nazi and was used a lot in World War II.

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The UMP is a submachine gun developed and manufactured by Heckler & Koch. It is a lighter version of the MP5. The UMP was still used by a lot of organizations nowadays.

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The MP5 is a 9x19mm Parabellum submachine gun, developed in the 1960s by a team of engineers from the German small arms manufacturer Heckler & Koch GmbH of Oberndorf am Neckar.

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The VSS, also called the Vintorez, is a suppressed designated marksman rifle. It was created during the late 1980s.

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The Thomson is an SMG created by Americans during World War I in 1918. It is the signature weapon of various criminal organizations in the US.

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Assault Rifle


The AN94 was created by Russian in 1994 to serve the Russian Armed Forces as the replacement for the AK.

AN94 free fire


The XM8 is a lightweight assault rifle system designed by the German. It was used from the late 1990s until the early 2000s.

XM8 Free Fire


The М60 is an American machine gun using 7.62 mm. Every branch of the U.S military has used this weapon and the armed forces of other states are still using it now.

М60 Free Fire


The FAMAS is a bullpup-styled assault rifle designed and manufactured in France in 1987.

FAMAS Free Fire


The M4A1 is an automatic rifle that was introduced in 1993. It is the replacement of the M16 in the US Army and US Marine Corp.

M4A1 Free Fire


The  Avtomat Kalashnikova or AK is a gas-operated developed by the Soviet Union in World War II in 10947. This is one of the most widely used weapons in the world until now because of their reliability, durability, and low cost.

AK Free Fire


The Groza is a Russian automatic rifle developed in the 1990s.

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The SCAR is an American automatic rifle. It was developed for the United States Special Operations Command.

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The Steyr AUG is an Austrian assault rifle designed in the 1960s.

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The ParaFAL is a light-weight rifle using 7.76 mm ammo. It is the modification model of the 30-year-old Brazilian-licensed and built FN FAL weapon.

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The M14 is an American rifle using 7.62 mm ammo. It replaced the M1 Garand rifle in the U.S. Army as the standard rifle in 1958. Later one, it is replaced by the M16 in 1968.

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The Dragunov sniper rifle was developed in the Soviet Union in 1963. It is a semi-automatic rifle with an effective range of 800m. It is the standard weapon of the support squad in many countries.

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The SKS is a semi-automatic rifle made by Soviet 1943 by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov.

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Sniper Rifle


The Karabiner 98 kurz is a bolt-action sniper rifle that was used in 1935 by the German Wehrmacht.

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The Accuracy International AWM is a bolt-action sniper rifle manufactured by Accuracy International designed for magnum rifle cartridges. Its maximum firing range is more than 2.5 km.

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The M82B sniper rifle was based on the Barrett M82 sniper rifle in real life. Its effective range is more than 1.8 km.

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