As per my question, do naval weapons have scope in this site because up until now example questions are mostly about atomic and hand-held weapons.
IMO putting naval and aerial weaponry will increase the scope of this site.
Naval Vessels do contain weapons. After all, we wanted a Weapons community without really specifying what kind of weapons we can discussion about.
Even if you use evidences : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weapon
A weapon, arm, or armament is any device used with intent to inflict damage or harm to living beings, structures, or systems.
In short, navel vessels do have weapons like torpedoes or artillery to cause damage , lives losses , etc. Furthermore,if you have a good knowledge about ship/sea fleet battles, some ships(mostly heavier/armoured ones) are being used to ram other ships, when they ram, they cause damage to other ships. Hence, even ships themselves are considered weapons!
Hence, this shouldn't be off-topic unless
But its good to take note that its better to keep the discussions around with the ships' weapon. Though it is good to link the weapon to the ship, but we mainly need to discuss about it's weapons.
A military professional tends to speak of weapons systems, reflecting current paradigms including the “kill cycle” which may have a kinetic element (say a warhead) but is irrelevant without considering the cybernetics and sensory networks involved in target acquisition, guidance, post strike assessment, etc.
In a naval context, weapons systems are dependent upon the vessel, satellite imagery, networked guidance and targeting. For that matter, the USN considers a CVBG (a carrier battle group) as a tactical synthesis of the weapons systems on multiple ship types. But honestly, in my spare time I read about Greek and other ancient “bladed” weapons. My point is that weapons exist within a tactical framework for their use.