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Humorous IMFDB quotes about Battlefield

"The Russian soldier was about to discover that closing his eyes would not in fact make the scary man go away."

— IMFDB about Bad Company's player aiming at a Russian soldier who apparently had his eyes closed


"Preston Marlowe was transferred to Bad Company due to his inability to master the concept of a door."

— about having blown up a wall directly next to an open door


"Preston prepares to attack an AT-14 launcher with his happy grenade."

— about the smiley face on the "HG-2" grenade


"Pictured: the automatic extractor in action. Not pictured: Antigravity field generator."

— about the mid-air casings ejected from the MP412 REX in BF3


"Vladimir uses his MP-443 as Bane, err one of Solomon's men, demonstrates how not to steal a car stereo."

— about a man with a familiar appearance who ends up through the windshield with his hand towards the stereo


"Dmitri Mayakovsky holds his MP-443 on Blackburn as he tries to blame everything on a fire extinguisher."

— about Dima berating the actions of "this piece of shit right there" while staring elsewhere than Kaffarov


"The 20-round magazine for the MP7A1 frequently glitches and fails to appear during the campaign; here in "The Great Destroyer" Blackburn reloads one with a large flash suppressor, IRNV scope and laser pointer... whereas earlier he just told his vanilla one to imagine it was full of bullets that were this big."

— issues that make it seem like you're making some kind of gesture at the magwell with your empty hand


"Blackburn holds an AK-74M equipped with a PSO-1 scope during "Operation Swordbreaker." Weapons on the ground do not show their attachments or have text signifying what they have attached, meaning occasionally picking up a boring-looking vanilla weapon will result in the player character producing Excalibur as here."

— IMFDB


""MG36" on the customization menu. Note the 12x sniper scope attached, in case you feel the need to give suppressive fire from 1000+ meters."

— about an attachment that isn't really intuitive to the light machine gun role


"Dmitri Mayakovsky discovers a QJY-88 with the rare and for some reason unpopular linoleum-plated finish."

— about finding a Type 88 LMG with a non-textured (whitish) third-person model


"As usual for an FPS protagonist, Blackburn is of the "pick a random notch and use it like a regular iron sight" school of leaf sight use."

— about using the leaf sight of the M320 grenade launcher as if it were a conventional iron sight


"The player ponders the idea of putting AT mines inside a tire and rolling them toward a tank."

— about standing in front of a pile of tires and holding the similarly shaped M15 AT Mine


List of all portable weapons in the series

Note: weapons exclusive to Battlefield Heroes aren't included. Additionally, weapons highlighted in green are variants that are already part of other weapon pages.

Also note that many games have "general" classes of weapons (sidearms, assault rifles, machine guns, sniper rifles), while other have specific ones (pistols/heavy pistols/revolvers/machine pistols, pistol carbines/bolt-action carbines/assault rifles/battle rifles, bolt-action rifles/semi-auto sniper rifles/anti-materiel rifles, light machine guns/medium machine guns). I've chosen to list the specific classes, and regarding the weapons that are exclusive to games with general classes, I've put them in the specific classes according to what they would be in reality (for example, BF Vietnam doesn't have a "carbines" class, which resulted in the game categorizing the CAR-15 as an "assault rifle", but in my list I'm putting it in the carbines section).

Pistols (27)

American Austrian Belgian
German Italian Russian
Other Fictional

Heavy Sidearms (10)

American British German Israeli Russian

Revolvers (17)

American Austrian Brazilian British
Italian Russian Fictional

Machine Pistols (7)

American Austrian Brazilian Czech Italian Swiss

SMGs / PDWs (52)

American German Russian
Austrian Czech French Italian
Chinese Swedish Other Fictional

Pistol Carbines (7)

American Belgian German Hungarian

Non-Pistol Carbines (31)

American Belgian German Israeli
Chinese Russian Other Fictional

Assault Rifles (41)

(Note that the Johnson LMG, Breda Modello 30, and DP are actually light machine guns, but since they've been only classed as assault rifles in-game, I unfortunately have to list them here. I also have to list the Breda M1935 PG here (even though it's a battle rifle), since the other class of rifles is already used for the semi-auto rifles in Battlefield V.)

American Belgian British Chinese
German Israeli Italian
Russian Other Fictional





Self-Loading/Battle Rifles (33)

(As a small note: among those self-loading rifles, the Autoloading 8, M1907 SL, Gewehr 1-5, Type-56, Fedorov Avtomat, and Fedorov-Degtyarev are the only ones that are not technically battle rifles. BF Vietnam lists the Type-56 as a battle rifle, but it's wrong.)

American British German
Belgian Chinese French
Russian Other Fictional

LMGs / Squad Support Weapons (36)

American British





Chinese German Russian
Other Fictional

Medium MGs / GPMGs / Heavy MGs (18)

(The ones highlighted in orange are general-purpose machine guns; note that these include the M60E4 and M60-ULT. As for the ones highlighted in aqua, they are heavy machine guns.)

American German Russian
Other Fictional

Designated Marksman Rifles (8)

(For clarification: while the original SKS is Soviet, the model used in-game is a Yugoslavian variant)

American Belgian Chinese Israeli Russian Yugoslavian

Semi-Auto & Full-Auto Sniper Rifles (19)

American Russian





Belgian Czech German Fictional

Bolt-Action & Lever-Action Rifles (37)

(The SRR-61 sometimes works in the anti-materiel role, but its round is less powerful than the others, and it is mainly used as an anti-personnel rifle, so I prefer to keep it here.)

American British





Austrian Chinese German Italian
Russian Other

Anti-Materiel Rifles (6)

American Other Fictional

Shotguns (33)

American Italian Russian





South African Chinese
Other Fictional

Launchers (27)

American British





Chinese French German
Russian Swedish Fictional

Special / other gadgets used as standalone weapons (30)

(The one highlighted in aqua is an anti-materiel rifle.)

British American German
Other Unknown Fictional/Weird

Underbarrel/Muzzle-Attached Weapons (16)

Among these, the M26 MASS, M320, 40mm 3GL, and Enfield launcher are the only ones that can be used as standalone weapons.

American German Russian
Other Fictional

List of all calibers for portable weapons in the series

(The ones highlighted in green are fictional. And per one of my comments above, BF Vietnam made the mistake of classifying a 7.62×39mm rifle as a battle rifle.)

For Pistols Heavy Sidearms Revolvers
Machine Pistols Submachine Guns Personal Defense Weapons
  • .32 ACP
  • 9×19mm Parabellum
  • .45 ACP
Pistol Carbines Carbines
  • 7.63×25mm Mauser
  • 7.65×25mm Borchardt
  • .32 ACP
  • 9×19mm Parabellum
  • 9×20mm Browning Long
  • .45 ACP





Assault Rifles So-Called "Assault Rifles" Semi-Auto Rifles
  • 6.5×52mm Carcano
  • 7.62×54mmR
  • .30-06 Springfield
  • .303 British
  • 7×57mm Mauser
  • 7.7×58mm Arisaka
  • 7.92×57mm Mauser
Self-Loading Rifles Battle Rifles Single-Action Rifles
Bolt-Action Sniper Rifles Anti-Materiel Rifles Full/Semi Auto Sniper Rifles
  • 5.56×45mm NATO
  • 5.8×42mm DBP87
  • 7.62×39mm
  • 7.62×51mm NATO
  • .308 Winchester
  • 7.62×54mmR
  • 7.92×57mm Mauser
  • .338 Lapua Magnum
  • 9×39mm
  • 14mm flechette
Designated Marksman Rifles Light Machine Guns Medium MGs / GPMGs
  • 5.8×42mm DBP87
  • 7.62×39mm
  • 7.62×51mm NATO
  • 7.62×54mmR
Shotguns Launchers





Underbarrel/Muzzle-Attached Weapons





Special / other gadgets used as standalone weapons





Games with the most weapons

1st 2nd 3rd
Highest numbers of weapons 123
(BF4)
106
(Hardline)
95
(BF1)
General sidearms 23
(BF1)
21
(Hardline)
17
(BF4)
General rifles/carbines 29
(BF4)
28
(Hardline)
24
(BF3)
General machine guns 15
(Play4Free)
14
(BF4)
13
(BF1)
General sniper rifles 15
(BF4 / Hardline)
14
(Play4Free / BF1)
11 [+1 in SP only]
(BF3)
Pistols 10
(BF1)
6
(BF4 / Hardline)
5
(BF5)
Heavy Sidearms 5
(BF4 / BF1)
4
(Hardline)
2
(Play4Free)
Revolvers 8
(BF1)
4
(BF4 / Hardline)
2
(BF3)
Machine Pistols 7
(Hardline)
2
(BF3 / BF4)
1
(BC2 / Play4Free)
SMGs/PDWs 17
(Hardline)
15
(Play4Free)
14
(BF4)
Pistol Carbines 6
(BF1)
2
(BF5)
N/A
Non-Pistol Carbines 13
(BF4)
11
(BF3)
7
(BF2 / Hardline)
Assault Rifles 14
(BF4)
13
(Hardline)
12
(BF3)
Self-Loading/Battle Rifles 12
(BF1)
8
(Hardline / BF5)
4
(BF1942)
Light Machine Guns 10
(BF1)
9
(Play4Free / BF4)
7
(BF3)
Medium MGs/GPMGs 6
(Play4Free)
5
(BF4 / BF5)
4
(BC / BC2 / BF3)
Designated Marksman Rifles 8
(BF4)
N/A N/A
Bolt & Lever Action Rifles 14
(BF1)
12
(BF4)
8
(Hardline)
Semi & Full Auto Sniper Rifles 6
(Play4Free / BF3 / Hardline)
4
(BF5)
3
(BC / BC2)
Anti-Materiel Rifles 2
(Play4Free / BF4 / BF5)
1
(BF2 / BF2:MC / BF2142 / BC / BC2 / Hardline)
[1 in SP only]
(BF3)
Shotguns 10
(BF4)
8
(Hardline)
7
(BC / Play4Free / BF3)
Special 5
(Hardline / BF1)
2
(Vietnam's WWII mod)
1
(BF4 / BF5)
Launchers 11
(BF4)
5 [+1 in SP only for BF3]
(Vietnam / BF3)
4
(BF2:MC / BF2142 / Hardline)
Other standalone Gadgets used as weapons 7
(Hardline)
5
(BF4 / BF1)
4
(BF3 / Hardline)

Weapons that I would have put in Battlefield V

(I had to move some already available weapons into different categories; those specific weapons are highlighted in gold)

Sidearms:
Shotguns:
Submachine Guns:
Bolt-Action Carbines:
Semi-Auto Carbines:
  • M1A1 Carbine
  • Luger LP08 carbine
Semi-Auto Rifles:
Automatic Rifles:
Bolt-Action Rifles:
  • Mannlicher M95/30
  • Krag-Jørgensen
  • Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I
  • Karabiner 98k
  • MAS-36
Semi-Auto Sniper Rifles:
Anti-Materiel Rifles:
  • Boys Mk.I
  • PzB 39
Light Machine Guns:

Medium/General-Purpose MGs:
Special:
Gadgets:
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