Beretta Defense Technologies is a “strategic alliance” of four arms companies: Beretta, Benelli, Sako and Steiner. Beretta produces a wide range of small arms, Benelli specialises in semi-automatics, rifles and pump-action shotguns, Sako manufacturers sniper rifles and associated ammunition, while German manufacturer Steiner specialises in military binoculars, rifle scopes and American made electro-optic devices.
The Interactive Guide on Small Arms and Light Weapons database lists a number of weapons produced by Beretta, Benelli, Sako and Steiner as in use by Indonesia’s police and military units.
This 9mm pistol is used by the Kopassus special forces unit and by Intel operatives. The weapon is also produced under license by Pindad.
The Beretta M12 is a submachine gun first manufactured in the 1960s and widely used by the Italian military and police, and by military and police units around the world. It has been produced by Pindad under license as the PM1 and PM1A1, now replaced by the PM2.
The Benelli M4 shotgun is used by the Indonesian army.