The following guns appear in the video game Alan Wake:
The Colt Python with 4" barrel is the first weapon in the game, called simply "Revolver". Holds six shots, with a maximum of 36 in reserve. Bright Falls Sheriff Sarah Breaker and FBI agent Robert Nightingale also carry Python revolvers (even though the Python is not a standard issue FBI handgun in real life).
Colt Python - .357 Magnum
Alan with a Colt Python on a promotional image of the game.
Alan discovers a flashlight and a Python inside a cabin at the logging site.
Alan fires the Python at a possessed miner.
Alan fires the Python at the kidnapper in Chapter 2: Taken.
FBI agent Nightingale points his Colt Python at the escaping Wake.
Orion Flare Gun
The Orion Flare Gun is the BFG of the game. The explosion of a flare can kill multiple possessed enemies at a wide range. Usually found only in hidden chests. The ammo limit is twelve flares.
Orion Flare Gun - 12 Gauge
Alan finds the flare gun during the first nightmare segment of the game.
Alan points the Orion flare gun at a Taken.
Alan fires his flare gun near the end of Chapter 2.
Alan reloads the Orion flare gun.
An Orion flare gun and what is supposed to be ammo for it in a hidden chest. The real 12 Gauge flares the Orion uses are about three times shorter.
Barry holds an Orion flare gun in Chapter 5: The Clicker. He is wearing a string of Christmas lights and a head lamp, the latter he calls his personal "Flaming Eye of Mordor".
The Double Barreled Over/Under Shotgun appears in the game simply as "Shotgun". It is much more powerful than the Python, but its range is limited and ammo for it is very rare. Holds two shells at once with 24 in reserve.
Alan finds an Over/Under shotgun and some ammo at the logging site.
Alan takes aim with the Over/Under shotgun.
Alan reloads the Over/Under shotgun
Winchester Model 1300 Defender
The Winchester Model 1300 Defender is first seen in Chapter 3: Ransom. Called "Pump-action Shotgun" in the game. Holds a maximum of 8 shells, while the real 1300 Defender has a 7-shell capacity at max; like the over-under shotgun, its reserve is 24 shells. Sheriff Sarah Breaker also uses a Winchester Model 1300 Defender during Chapter 5: The Clicker.
New Version Winchester Model 1300 Defender - 12 Gauge
A Winchester Model 1300 Defender shotgun on the ground. Note how its HUD icon is a Remington 870
. There is an Achievement called "It's Not Just a Typewriter Brand", awarded after killing 50 Taken with with the shotgun. This Achievement refers to the Remington typewriter brand, however the in-game shotgun is clearly not a Remington.
Alan fires the Winchester.
Alan reloads the Winchester Model 1300 Defender.
Alan and Sheriff Sarah Breaker armed with Winchesters while they are fighting their way through Bright Falls.
Remington Model Seven CDL
The Remington Model Seven CDL is known as "Hunting Rifle" in the game. Judging by the 5-round capacity, it is chambered in .17 Remington Fireball. This is the most powerful weapon in the game next to the Orion flare gun. Ammo is scarce.
Remington Model Seven CDL - (Various Calibers)
Alan discovers the first hunting rifle during Chapter 2: Taken.
Alan finds another hunting rifle in a cabin at the ghost town.
Alan prepares to fire the Model Seven CDL at a pack of darkness-infested birds. These are really angry birds
Model 7290 Flashbang Grenade
Model 7290 flashbang grenades are first found in Chapter 3 "Ransom", when the police chase Alan into the woods. Has a similar effect as the Orion flare gun; kills weaker Taken, damages larger ones. If a thrown flashbang hits a Taken, it will explode on impact. It is worth noting that the nomenclature on the in-game flashbangs reads "M7920" instead of the correct "7290", probably to avoid licensing issues. Also, they have a blue body, like the Model 7290T (training version of the Model 7290).
Alan discovers two Model 7290 flashbang grenades inside an old train cabin. Note the dark blue-ish body.
Alan throws a flashbang when a possessed police officer tries to "apprehend" him with an axe.
A flashbang grenade explodes, clearing everything in its way.
Close-up image of a Model 7290 flashbang grenade, showing the incorrect nomenclature on its body. Also note the missing safety lever.
A Beretta 92FS is seen on the cover of Wake's novel "The Sudden Stop".
A copy of "The Sudden Stop" on Alan's desk.
A bigger poster of "The Sudden Stop", showing that the 92FS is drawn without a hammer.
Two golden Berettas in Alan's work room.
An eight-barreled minigun is seen on a Death Rally poster.
Alan finds a Death Rally
(also developed by Remedy in 1996) poster at the mental institution during Chapter 4: The Truth.