Prynamian weapons:

Small Arms:


Lahti L-35

Caliber: 9mm

Origin: Finland

Year: 1935

Use: 1939-

A semi-automatic pistol built and designed in Finland by Aimo Lahti . It was the main handgun of the officer corp. from world war II to the modern era.  They were known for accurate and robust service.

FN-Browning Model 1910

Caliber: 9mm

Origin: Belgium/United States

Year: 1910

Use: 1939-1942

A semi-automatic pistol designed by John Browning and Fabrique Nationale d'Armes de Guerre (FN) of Belgium. A foreshadowing of FN's succesful relationship with the Prynamian armed forces.

Mauser C96

Caliber: 9mm

Origin: Germany

Year: 1896

Use: 1938-1945

A pistol designed in Germany for WW I. It served well in  9mm caliber for the Finnish militias.

Luger Parabellum

Caliber: 9mm

Origin: Germany

Year: 1908

Use: 1939-1950

Another German pistol that served as the officer choice of the Austro-Germanic sector of the Prynamian millitary. Chambered for 9mm rounds, it was slightly temprementle.


Caliber: 7.62mm

Origin: Czechloslovakia

Year: 1952

Use: 1952-1975

Built in Czechloslovakia. this pistol was used by most mainland European Prynamian units. It was very succesful in the hands of the Prynamian police.


Caliber: 9mm

Origin: Czechloslovakia


Use: 1976-2000

The definitive handgun of Prynamia, designed in Czechloslovakia. It served well until the introduction of  the Five Seven in 2000.

FN Five-Seven

Caliber: 5.7mm

Origin: Belgium

Year: 2000

Use: 2000-

A pistol adopted by the Prynamian Armed forces which was offered in both 9mm and 5.7 mm.



Caliber: 7.62mm

Origin: Norway

Year: 1886

Use: 1939-1944

A Norwegian rifle that served well with both the Norwegian armed forces and American forces. The Finnish used it to bolster arms in circulation with the Army.

Mosin-Nagant Sako Model 1928

Caliber: 7.62mm

Origin: Russia/Finland

Year: 1928

Use: 1939-1959

A Finnish copy of the Russian Mosin-Nagant. It served as both the main infantry and sniper rifle for years. SVT-40

Caliber: 7.62mm

Origin: USSR

Year: 1940

Use: 1942- 1950

A semi-automatic rifle built in the Soviet Union. It was issued to Prynamian special forces and paratroopers.

FN 1949

Caliber: 7.62mm PRN

Origin: Belgium

Year: 1949

Use: 1949- 1954

A useful and reliable semi-automatic rifle which became a staple of the Navy till 1963.


Caliber: 7.62mm PRN

Origin: Belgium

Year: 1954

Use: 1954-2000

With variable fire and reliable service, the FAL became the standard issue Prynamian rifle.

FN F2000

Caliber: 5.56mm/7.62mm PRN

Origin: Belgium

Year: 2001

Use: 2001-

A replacement for the FAL but it did not totally phase it out due to expense of production.

Sako TRG 22

Caliber: 7.62mm

Origin: Finland

Year: 1999

Use: 1999-

A powerful sniper rifle used by the Army and Marines.


Suomi Kp/-31

Caliber: 9mm

Origin: Finland

Year: 1931

Use: 1939- 1999

A machine carbine that was THE standard issue weapon of Prynamian armed forces. It's copy, the Russian PPSH, were often salvaged and captured, and given to Romanian and Hungarian forces. It served well up until the sixties.

STEN gun Mk II/ Mk VI

Caliber: 9mm

Origin: Britain

Year: 1942

Use: 1943-1967

The British STEN gun was adopted for Prynamian special forces. It was quick to produce and cheap with a good silencer.

KP M44

Caliber: 9mm

Origin: Finland

Year: 1944

Use: 1944- 1950

A well made SMG used by Slavic militias.


Caliber: 9mm

Origin: Sweden

Year: 1945

Use: 1945-1955

A Swedish SMG that served in the Scandinavian militias

Suomi Kp/-56

Caliber: 7.62mm PRN

Origin: Finland

Year: 1956

Use: 1956- 1990

A more accurate, powerful and cheaper version of the original Suomi KP/-31, this time with plastic furniture and a sight rack.

FN-Suomi Kp/-91

Caliber: 7.62mm PRN

Origin: Finland-Belgium

Year: 1991

Use: 1991- 2003

The replacement for the KP/-51, this version was made in different models, Spec Ops( smg, rapid fire, silenced), Carbine (carbine, adjustable firing), and Police (carbine, semi-auto)

FN-Suomi Kp/-03

Caliber: 7.62mm PRN

Origin: Finland/Belgium

Year:  2003

Use: 2003-

The next evolution of the Suomi SMG line. It came in the same models as its predicesors but with greater control and more magazine options. It was capable mounting an under-barrel accessory.


ZGB vz33

Caliber: 7.92mm

Origin: Czechloslovakia

Year: 1933

Use: 1939- 1946


Caliber: 7.62mm

Origin: UK

Year: 1937

Use: 1939-

Degtyarev DP

Caliber: 7.62mm

Origin: Russia

Year: 1928

Use: 1939-1948


Caliber: 7.62 PRN

Origin: Belgium

Year: 1977

Use: 1977- 1982

FN Minimi

Caliber: 7.62mm PRN

Origin: Belgium

Year: 1982

Use: 1982-


Finnish forces used sporting style shotguns until 1979 when the 12-guage Franchi SPAS was introduced.