Ranged weapons master list (as of 14 June 2018)

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This is the master list of Fortnite's ranged weapons in real life, as of the recent 4.4 update. This list includes Save the World (StW) and Battle Royale (BR) weapons. This list excludes fictional weapons (such as hydraulic weapons, rayguns etc). Bolds denote new weapons. Italics denote real-life weapon's difference to the game's counterpart. Stroked weapons have been placed in the Vault. Feel free to suggest corrections or additions.


  1. Rocket Launcher – Bazalt RPG-7 man-portable anti-tank rocket-propelled grenade launcher
  2. Grenade Launcher – Milkor MGL multiple grenade launcher
  3. Guided Missile Launcher (BR) – SAAB-Bofors AT4 recoilless rifle (its projectiles are unguided)


  1. Assault Rifle (baseline, Breacher, Striker) – M16 and/or M4 assault rifle
  2. Assault Rifle (Equaliser, Siegebreaker) – FN SCAR-L assault rifle
  3. Burst Rifle (baseline, Razor, Scalpel) (StW) – HK MP5 submachine gun (with wooden handguard and stock) (some variants have burst fire) (the G3 or HK33 would suit better, as they are rifles)
  4. Burst Rifle (Razorblade, Razorwire) (StW) – HK G36C carbine-length assault rifle (some variants have burst fire)
  5. Light Machine Gun Rifle (baseline, Bullet Swarm, Terminator) (StW) – M60 general-purpose machine gun
  6. Semi-Automatic Rifle (Hunter Killer, Raptor) (StW) – Springfield Armoury Mk 14 Enhanced Battle Rifle or M14 with custom furniture (select-fire)
  7. Single-Shot Rifle (Hammercrush, Hammershot, Slug Gun) (StW) – probably the Saiga-12 semi-automatic shotgun, extremely modified
  8. Surgical Rifle (Deathstalker, Nightlance) (StW)/Assault Rifle with Scope (BR) – CZ 805 BREN assault rifle (possible marksman variant) ("Deathstalker" appellation might also refer to CZ Scorpion EVO 3 submachine gun)
  9. Light Machine Gun (BR) – FN Minimi light machine gun
  10. Burst Assault Rifle (BR) – Nexter FAMAS assault rifle, F1 variant (capable of semi and full auto, as well as 3-round burst, integrated bipod)
  11. Thermal Assault Rifle (BR) – M4 carbine with foregrip, custom stock and thermal weapon sight
  12. Panther AR (StW) – FN P90 personal defence weapon


  1. Automatic Shotgun (baseline, Bearcat, Kodiak, Tigerjaw) (StW) – AA-12 fully-automatic shotgun
  2. Automatic Shotgun (Room Sweeper) (StW) – Kel-Tec KSG pump-action shotgun (feeds from twin tube magazines, not a drum)
  3. Double-Barreled Shotgun (baseline, Double-Punch, Strongarm) (StW) – typical sawn-off side-by-side shotgun
  4. Double-Barreled Shotgun (Shockwave, Thunderbolt) (StW) – same as baseline/Double-Punch/Strongarm, but equipped with an attachment that supposedly adds electric damage
  5. Pump-Action Shotgun (StW)/Pump Shotgun (BR) (baseline, Knight) – either a Remington Model 870 or a Mossberg Model 500, otherwise a typical pump-action shotgun with wooden furniture
  6. Pump-Action Shotgun (Crusader, Templar) (StW) – FABARM/HK FP6, otherwise a typical pump-action tactical shotgun
  7. Pump-Action Shotgun (the Bear) (StW) – similar to baseline/Knight, but with a tube magazine extension
  8. Tactical Shotgun (baseline, Panther, Puma) (StW) – "Bossmerg" marking suggests Mossberg Model 590 pump-action shotgun
  9. Precision Tactical Shotgun (Precision Panther, Clipper, Nightclaw) (StW) – same as baseline/Panther/Puma, with a SPAS-12 style foldable stock
  10. Heavy Shotgun (Enforcer, Longarm Enforcer) (StW)/Tactical Shotgun (BR) – same as baseline/Panther/Puma, with additional furniture on top
  11. Over-Under Shotgun (baseline, Bandit, Maverick, Rustler) (StW) – Beretta 682/686, otherwise a typical 12 gauge over-and-under shotgun
  12. Semi-Auto Shotgun (baseline, Charger, Stallion, Stampede) (StW) – either Kel-Tec KSG or UTAS UTS-12 pump-action shotguns
  13. Semi-Auto Shotgun (Backbreaker) (StW) – same as baseline/Charger/Stallion/Stampede, but with different furniture and attachments


  1. Bolt-Action Rifle (baseline, scoped, Bullseye, Deadeye) (StW) – Springfield Armoury M14 DMR (marksman variant of the M14 battle rifle, semi-automatic)
  2. Hunting Rifle (baseline, Lil' Bee, Stinger) – Dragunov semi-automatic sniper rifle
  3. Hunting Rifle (scoped, Dragonfly, Wasp) (StW)/Bolt-Action Rifle (BR) – Accuracy International Arctic Warfare bolt-action sniper rifle (correctly depicted as bolt-action in BR)
  4. Obliterator (StW) – Barrett M82 anti-materiél rifle


  1. Suppressed Submachine Gun (BR) – HK MP5 SD suppressed submachine gun
  2. Machine Pistol (baseline, Cobra, Rattler, Snakebite, Viper) (StW) – IWI Mini Uzi or Micro Uzi compact submachine guns
  3. Machine Pistol (Ripper, Slasher, Thrasher) (StW)/Submachine Gun (BR) – Intratec TEC-9 compact submachine gun
  4. Handcannon (baseline, Judge, Lawbringer) (StW) – Taurus Raging Bull magnum revolver
  5. Quick-Fire/Rapid-Fire Pistol (baseline, Haywire, Haywire Storm) (StW) – CZ 75 semi-automatic handgun
  6. Semi-Auto Handgun (baseline, Outlaw, Vigilante) (StW) – Colt M1911 semi-automatic handgun
  7. Semi-Auto Handgun (Jackal, Vendetta) (StW) – same as baseline/Outlaw/Vigilante, but with different finish and grip design
  8. Six-Shooter/Revolver (baseline, Dealmaker, Nighthawk) (StW) – typical Old West revolver
  9. Semi-Auto Handcannon (Falcon, Kestrel, Shrike) – Magnum Research Inc. Desert Eagle Mk XIX semi-automatic handgun
  10. Suppressed Pistol (BR) – either an FN FNP or FNX, otherwise a tactical handgun with mini red dot sight and suppressor attached
  11. Minigun (BR) – M136 Minigun Gatling machine gun (not man-portable)
  12. Tactical Submachine Gun (BR) – same as Ripper/Slasher/Thrasher/BR SMG, but with metalpunk decorations


  1. A Walther P99 with batteries attached, possibly same effects as Shockwave/Thunderbolt
  2. Drum Assault Rifle – (probably) An Ares Shrike AAR automatic rifle/machine gun, otherwise an automatic rifle variant of an assault rifle that feeds from drum magazines

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