The Royal Life Guards Infantry Regiment is today the oldest operational regiment in the world, it was founded in 1521 during the role of King Gustav Vasa.
This unit was established in 1994 and has the task of displaying the maneuvers and combat formations that the infantry used during the year of 1845.
Since the start the Musketeers has participated in several big tattoos in Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Lichtenstein, South Korea and Finland.
Soldiers and officers are equipped with the Royal Guards uniform, blue jacket with a yellow collar and cuffs and blue pants with yellow strips.
The weapons that unit is using is black powder percussion rifles. These rifles are used for both live fire drills and blank fire drills. Officers are equipped with original sabers from the mid 1800.