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ok i am going to do a revival and a shake up as this was a lot of help to some as well as by country lets turn it round so those who just want a new uniform with their new gun, please double check what i put as their is only as good as wikapedia.
and heres my contribution

l85: Bolivia
Jamaica: Used since 1992
United Kingdom

m4:Users
A member of the Philippine Special Action Force holding a M4 Carbine while guarding the U.S. Embassy in Manila.
Indonesian police unit, Detachment 88
Members of the Serbian SAJ, the one in the center holding a Colt Model 933 while the one on the left holds a SIG SG 552.
Officers of the Police Special Operations Battalion of Rio de Janeiro (BOPE-RJ) Using the Colt 933 assault rifle while doing an operation in a favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Argentina: All the forces.[citation needed]
Afghanistan: Used only by Afghan Army commandos.[26][27] M4s sold as part of a 2006 Foreign Military Sales package.[28] Additional M4s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29]
Australia: Used by the Special Operations Command,[30] Clearance Divers.[31] and Police Tactical Groups[32]
Bangladesh: Used by Bangladesh Paracommandos, Dhaka Metropolitan Police SWAT teams and Special Warfare Diving And Salvage[33]
Bahrain: M4A1s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29]
Belize: M4s/M4A1s sold as part of a 2006 Foreign Military Sales package.[28]
Brazil: Used by Military Police of Rio de Janeiro State.[34]
Canada: C8 rifle.[35]
Czech Republic: The M4 Karabin A3 is used in small numbers by specialized units of the Czech Army.[36] Known to be in use by the 601st Special Forces Group in 2006 to replace the Sa vz.58.[37]
Colombia: M4A1s as part of a 2008 Foreign Military Sales.[29]
Ecuador: M4s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29]
El Salvador: M4s sold as part of a 2007 Foreign Military Sales package.[38] Additional M4s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29]
Georgia: Georgian Armed Forces.[39][40]
Greece: Used by EKAM.[41]
Hong Kong: M4A1 by Special Duties Unit of the Hong Kong Police Force[42]
Hungary: M4A1 SOPMOD by Hungarian Special Force [43]
India: M4A1s as part of a 2008 Foreign Military Sales.[29] M4A1 is also used by the Mizoram Armed Police, and Force One of the Mumbai Police.[44][45]
Indonesia: Used by Detachment 88 Counter-terrorism Police Squad operators.[46] Also used by Komando Pasukan Katak (Kopaska) tactical diver group and Komando Pasukan Khusus (Kopassus) special forces group.[47]
Iraq: Used by the Iraqi Army.[48] Main weapon of the Iraqi National Counter-Terrorism Force.[49]
Israel: Sold as part of a January 2001 Foreign Military Sales package to Israel.[50]
Italy: Only Special Forces[51]
Jamaica: M4s sold as part of a 2007 Foreign Military Sales package.[38]
Japan: M4A1s as part of a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29] M4A1 SOPMOD rifles are in use by the Japanese Special Forces Group.[52]
Jordan: M4s sold as part of a 2007 Foreign Military Sales package.[38] Additionals M4s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29]
Lebanon: M4 components being sold to Lebanese special forces.[53] M4/M4A1s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29]
Macedonia: M4s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29]
Malaysia: Made under license by SME Ordnance Sdn Bhd.[54] To be used by the Malaysian Armed Forces, special forces of Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency and Royal Malaysian Police.[55]
Nepal: Sold as part of a 2005 Foreign Military Sales package.[56]
New Zealand: Used by NZSAS operators and the police Armed Offenders Squad.[57][58]
Panama: M4A1s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29]
Philippines: M4/M4A1s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29] Two variants of the M4 carbine are made by Floro International Corporation, consisting of the M4A1 5.56MM RIFLE and the M4A1 Model-C 5.56MM RIFLE.[59][60]
Poland: Used by Polish special forces unit Grupa Reagowania Operacyjno-Manewrowego (GROM).[61]
Portugal: Used by Marines special forces DAE (Destacamento de Acções Especiais).[62]
Serbia: Used by various police units.[63]
Singapore: Used by the Singapore Armed Forces Commando Formation.[64]
Taiwan: Used by National Police Agency (Republic of China) [65]
Thailand: M4A1s sold as part of a 2006 Foreign Military Sales package.[28]
Tonga: M4/M4A1s sold as a 2008 Foreign Military Sales package.[29]
Turkey:Used by Special Forces[66]
United Arab Emirates: Purchased 2,500 M4 carbines in 1993.[67]
United States[35]
Yemen: M4s sold as part of a 2006 Foreign Military Sales package.[28]

aiaw (l96) Australia: Australian Defence Force with folding stock known as the SR-98,[21][22] Police Tactical Groups.[23]
Bangladesh[24]
Belgium[25]
Czech Republic: Purchased a number of AWF rifles.[26]
Greece : Special Anti-Terrorist Unit aka EKAM [27]
Ireland[28]
Italy: PM variant.[29] The AWS variant is used by the 9th Parachute Assault Regiment[30] and the AWP variant is used by the Carabinieri.[31]
Latvia[29]
Malaysia: PM and AW variants are used by the Malaysian Special Operations Force.[32]
Netherlands: Korps Commandotroepen (few AW and AWC 7.62×51mm NATO chambered arms available).[33][34]
New Zealand[29]
Portugal: Portuguese Army.[35]
Spain[29]
Sweden: Adopted the AW rifle in 1988, designated PSG 90.[36][37]
United Kingdom: L96A1 entered service with the British Armed Forces in 1985.[38]

sig 550(+ variants) Brazil: Uses the SG 550 and SG 551 variants.[8]
France: The SG 551 and SG 551 LB carbines are used by some specialized units of the French Army.[9]
Germany: The German Federal Police's counter-terrorism unit GSG 9 and the Spezialeinsatzkommando groups of some state police forces employ the SG 551 and SG 551 LB carbines in a variety of roles under the designation G37.[10]
India: Used by the National Security Guard (NSG).[11]
Indonesia: SG 550 and SG 552 variants are used by the Komando Pasukan Katak (Kopaska) tactical diver group and Komando Pasukan Khusus (Kopassus) special forces group.[12]
Malaysia: The Royal Malaysian Air Force's counter-terrorism unit PASKAU employ the SG 552 and SG 553 LB/SB carbines.[13][14]
Poland: Grupa Reagowania Operacyjno-Manewrowego (GROM) special forces group.[15][16]
Slovakia: The Slovak Police Útvar Osobitného Určenia ("special assignments unit") utilizes the SG 551 SWAT carbine.[17]
Spain: National police GEO special operations group uses both the SG 551 SWAT and SG 552.[18][19]
Switzerland: The SG 550 is the standard service rifle of the Swiss Armed Forces.[20]
United States: Used by some federal agencies such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (SG 551).[21]

just trying to add more to revive the forum.

m9:
US Navy sailors conduct small arms qualificationThe M9 is the standard pistol of the United States Navy, United States Army and the United States Air Force. The M9A1 is also seeing limited issue to the United States Marine Corps.[12] A large number of M9s and M9A1s were ordered in 2006. During the 2009 SHOT Show, Beretta announced it had received a US$220 million contract for the delivery of 450,000 M9s and M9A1s to the U.S. military, within a five-year span.[13]

The Marine Corps Times reported plans in July 2007 for all officers below the rank of Colonel and all SNCOs to be issued the M4 carbine instead of the M9.[14] The new assignment policy will still assign M9s to Marine Colonels and above and Navy Petty Officer First Class and above.[15]

The United States Coast Guard has replaced most of its M9s with the SIG P229 DAK, though some M9s remain in service with certain units.

The M9 is issued to crew members on Military Sealift Command vessels.[16]

BerettaUSA announced on September 30, 2011 that the U.S. Army's Foreign Military Sales program has purchased an additional 15,778 Model 92FS pistols for the Afghan military and other U.S. allies.[17] The Model 92FS is the non-U.S. military designation for the M9 pistol.

sorry its laid out weirdly.

m14
Argentina: Used by Argentine soldiers of C Company, Regimento (Especial) de Infanteria 25 in the Falklands War at the Battle of Goose Green and San Carlos.[10]
Australia: M14 SAGE EBR used in limited number by the Special Air Service Regiment/Special Operations Task Group in Afghanistan.[25][26][27]
Colombia[28]
Costa Rica[28]
Dominican Republic[28]
Ecuador[28]
El Salvador[28]
Eritrea[28]
Estonia: Adopted by Estonian military as marksman's rifle, modified by E-Arsenal called the Täpsuspüss M14-TP (Precision Rifle M14-PR), with heavy barrel, bipod, synthetic stock, and optical 4X sight.[29][30]
Ethiopia[28]
Greece: Hellenic Navy
Haiti: Used by Haiti security forces in the 2004 Haitian rebellion.[10]
Honduras[28]
Israel: Used as sniper rifle with eventual conversion and production as M89SR.[10][31]
Lithuania: Lithuanian Armed Forces.[32]
Niger[28]
Philippines[28]
South Korea: Unknown number provided by the United States under military assistance programme.[33] In limited use with reserve forces and for ceremonial duties.[34]
Taiwan: Made under license as the Type 57.[10]
Tunisia[28]
United States: Uses the M14SE, manufactured by Smith Enterprises, in SDM roles[35] and has purchased M14s from other manufacturers. Also uses M14s custom built or modified in military armories, such as the M14 DMR. The M14 is issued to crew members on Military Sealift Command vessels.[36]
Venezuela[37]

m1911
Argentina[7]
Bangladesh: Rapid Action Battalion.[36]
Brazil: The Brazilian Army uses a version of the M1911 developed by IMBEL chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum and designated M973.[37][38]
Bolivia[39][40]
People's Republic of China[39][40] Norinco exports a clone of the M1911A1 for civilian purchase。The Chinese arms company also manufactured conversion kits to chamber the 7.62x25mm Tokarev round after the Korean War.[citation needed]
Republic of China[39] Use the T51K1 (second version of Taiwanese M1911) chambered in the .45 ACP round before using both Colt and the T-51 (first verson of Taiwanese M1911).[citation needed]
Colombia[39][40]
Costa Rica[39][40]
Dominican Republic[39][40]
Ecuador[40]
Fiji[39]
Greece[25]
Guatemala[40][41]
Hong Kong[39][40] Was a sidearm for Surveillance Support Unit of Hong Kong Police Force and now being replaced by SIG Sauer P250 and the Glock 17 pistols.[citation needed]
Haiti[39][40]
Indonesia[41]
Iran[39][41]
Liberia[39]
Lithuania: Lithuanian Armed Forces.[42]
Luxembourg: In service with 1st Artillery Battalion 1963-1967.[43]
Mexico[39][40][41]
Nazi Germany[7] Used captured pistols during WWII.
Nicaragua[39][40]
Norway[7]
Philippines[39]
Spain[44]
South Korea:[7] Made under license by S&T Daewoo and used by Republic of Korea Air Force as officers' sidearms.[citation needed]
South Vietnam[7]
Soviet Union: Thousands of pistols were received as military assistance during World War II.[44]
United Kingdom[7]
United States: Former standard-issue service pistol of the United States Armed forces. The pistol remains in service with various law enforcement agencies across the country, as well as some US Special Forces soldiers. A quantity of 5,000 was purchased by the FBI Hostage Rescue Team.[44]
Zimbabwe[39]
sights are there for a reason, you dont need a bigger battery, you need better eyes.




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