Shadow of the Tomb Raider

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Release Date: 18 September 2018
Developer: Crystal Dynamics
Publisher: Square Enix
Series: Tomb Raider
Platforms: Microsoft Windows

PlayStation 4
Xbox One

Genre: Action-adventure

Released in September 2018. The guns in this game have been deliberately redesigned to avoid copyright issues, and thus appear different to their real-life counterparts.

The following weapons appear in the video game Shadow of the Tomb Raider:




An M1911 variant is called the "AB. 45" in-game (short for Altar Boy). It can have a flare and/or suppressor added to it.

Para Ordnance LDA 7.45, similar in appearance to the game model
Camp close up
Lara with the gun at camp

Desert Eagle Mark XIX

The Desert Eagle is imaginatively renamed the "River Hawk" and is the most powerful self-loading pistol in the game. Unlike a real Desert Eagle, the trigger guard is shaped differently, and there is no safety catch on the slide.

Magnum Research (MRI) Desert Eagle Mark XIX, current production model with Picatinny railed barrel and different safety catch - .50 AE
Camp close up
Lara with the gun at camp


A Pistol based on the CZ-75 is called the "C&T S55" in game.

CZ-75B - 9x19mm
Camp close up

Luger P08

A Luger P08 with integrated suppressor is known as the "Silent Sting" in game. The name is likely an allusion to the 1962 environmental science book "Silent Spring" by Rachel Carson.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
Silent Sting - Camp close up

H&K USP Match

A staple of the Tomb Raider series since Angelina Jolie stepped into Lara's boots back in 2001, this pistol is available as a non-upgradeable DLC weapon called the "K&H KAP."

H&K USP Match - 9x19mm
Lara with the K&H KAP

Smith & Wesson Model 29

The "J&D Model 27" is based on a S&W Model 29. Whilst it may no longer be the "most powerful handgun in the world," once fully upgraded, it is the most powerful handgun on this game.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 with 6" (15 cm) barrel - .44 magnum
J&D Model 27 - Camp close up


Franchi SPAS-12

The Franchi SPAS-12 is called the "TAEV 16." It functions in semi-automatic mode, offering a balance between fire rate and shot power.

Franchi SPAS-12 - 2.75" 12-gauge
TAEV 16 - Camp close up

Daewoo USAS-12

The "WHWS-16" fully-automatic shotgun is based primarily off the Daewoo USAS-12, but it also borrows design elements from the SIG 551-A1.

Daewoo USAS-12 CQ with 20-round drum magazine - 12-gauge
SIG 551-A1 - 5.56x45mm NATO. Note features such as the front sight, folding stock, and top rail
WHWS-16 - Camp close up

Mossberg 500AT

The Mossberg 500AT forms the basis for the "Bishop 600" pump-action shotgun. A golden version of this gun is available as a Square Enix social reward.

Mossberg 500AT - 12-gauge
Bishop 600 - camp close up

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

The 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun appears as the "Sedgwick 707". Its name seems to hint that it is based on one of the Savage double-barreled shotguns.

Savage/Stevens 311A Shotgun - 12 gauge
Sedgwick 707 - Camp close up

Submachine Guns


Known as the "NEP-14" in game. Despite being a submachine gun, this is placed in the handgun slot on the game. For game balance, it features a smaller magazine than the usual MAC 10, with a 20-round capacity.

Ingram MAC-10 - 9x19mm
NEP-14 - Camp close up


This SMG is called the "WASP 11," with the sliding stock removed. The magazine is also straight and comes down vertically.

MP5A3 F-Stock - 9x19mm
WASP 11 - Camp close up

Assault/Battle Rifles


A rifle resembling the Indonesian variant of the FN FNC, but also with a front hand grip and sight similar to an IMI Galil, appears as the "Vicar Mark II." As well as being in-keeping with the religiously themed names of Trinity's arsenal, its name also may be an allusion to the Vickers Mk1 machine gun.

Pindad SS1 - Indonesian variant of the FN FNC - 5.56x45mm NATO
Vicar Mark II - Camp close up

Bushmaster ACR with M203 grenade launcher

A non-upgradeable DLC weapon, the Bushmaster ACR-type rifle is known as the "Umbrage 3-80." It has an integrated suppressor and is also the only rifle to feature an actual M-203 launcher rather than a home made version. For some reason, the game model does not have a magazine.

Bushmaster ACR with red dot sight - 5.56x45mm NATO
Umbrage 3-80 that Lara has forgotten to load with a magazine, the silly lass


Another highly imaginative rename, the FAL is known as the "GF RAL." Like the L1A1 SLR variant previously used by the British army, it only fires in semi-auto mode.

L1A1 SLR - 7.62x51mm NATO
GF RAL - Camp close up

Machine Guns

FN M249

This is known as the "PN-TF-267" (PN-TF being an abbreviation of Pontiff). This is placed in the machine gun/assault rifle slot. Note the plastic stock, as on the later revisions of M249.

M249 with folding carry handle, heat shield, improved handguard, plastic stock, and 200-round drum - 5.56x45mm. This is the M249 issued following the Product Improvement Program.
"PN-TF-267" - Camp close up

See Also

Tomb Raider Franchise
Video Games First Series Tomb Raider (1996)  •  Tomb Raider II (1997)  •  Tomb Raider III (1998)  •  The Last Revelation (1999)  •  Chronicles (2000)  •  The Angel of Darkness (2003)
Second Series Legend (2006)  •  Anniversary (2007)  •  Underworld (2008)
Third Series Tomb Raider (2013)  •  Rise of the Tomb Raider (2015)   •  Shadow of the Tomb Raider (2018)
Spin-Offs Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light (2010)
Films Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)  •  Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003)  •  Tomb Raider (2018)

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