Ready Or Not Weapons List – Patch 1.0

Check out all the guns that you can use in Ready or Not.

Ready or Not has a good variety of weapons that you can choose from before you start a mission. From assault rifles like MK16, and MK18, to SMGs like P90, or UMP-9, this game has a lot to offer. You also have shotguns for close combat and several pistol options as your side arms. Not to mention there are less lethal options too which can be very useful at times. So here is a list of them all and the new & updated ones for Patch 1.0 of the game.

Ready Or Not Weapons List

Ready Or Not Weapons List
Image Credits: VOID Interactive

You can mainly carry two guns in a mission at a time. These will be your primary and secondary weapons. Below is the list of all categories and the gun options you have in them.

  • Assault Rifle (AR)
  • Submachine Gun (SMG)
  • Shotgun
  • Pistol
  • Less Lethal

Assault Rifles

  • ARN-180
  • ARWC
  • F90 – New in Patch 1.0
  • G36C
  • GA416
  • LVAR – New in Patch 1.0
  • MCX – New in Patch 1.0
  • MK16
  • MK18
  • SA-58 OSW
  • SLR47
  • SR-16
  • VKS

Submachine Guns

  • MPX – Overhauled with Patch 1.0
  • MP5A2
  • MP5A3
  • MP5-10MM
  • MP7
  • MP9
  • P90
  • SPC9
  • UMP-9 – New in Patch 1.0
  • UMP-45 – Overhauled with Patch 1.0


  • 870 CQB
  • 870MCS Breaching Shotgun – Overhauled with Patch 1.0
  • B1301
  • B1301 “Entryman”
  • M4 Super 90
  • SuperbNova – New in Patch 1.0


  • .357 Magnum
  • B92X
  • G19
  • M11 Compact
  • M45A1 – Overhauled with Patch 1.0
  • TLE 1911 – New in Patch 1.0
  • USP45

Less Lethals

  • R7 Launcher
  • Taser
  • TPL (AR) – New in Patch 1.0
  • X2 Taser – New in Patch 1.0

Depending on the gun you use you also get various attachment options like Scope, Muzzle, Underbarrel, and Overbarrel.

How to Select the Right Weapon in Ready or Not

Unlike your usual shooter games, the guns in this game don’t give stats in a typical numerical fashion. Their attachments just tell you the effect they have on the weapon.

So you will have to change your weapons according to the mission. For example, if you are planning to get the S Rank in missions then you will have to opt for less lethal weapons. If you are on a mission where you expect heavily armed enemies, then it is better to carry something that’s bullets have a better armor penetration. These were just a few examples of some possible case scenarios.

That’s all for this weapons list for this game. One of the other weapons not mentioned here is the Optiwand. This is a special weapon that lets you check the other side of the room. As for help on topics like how to swap officers, install mods, and more, check out our Ready or Not section.