Talk:Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
there is a weapon seen available in the PAX train gameplay trailer named "Pistole", no idea though here is an image of it: http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk143/im-Dark/Untitled.jpg. It fires like a shotgun and holds two shells. It has a strange mechanism to open the barrels. they twist one way to open. Well okay, maybe it's not that strange...
This appears to me to be an attempt at the Soviet SPP-1 underwater pistol, a design which used modified 7.62x39mm rifle cartridges to fire fin-stabilized 4.5mm darts both above and below water. It has four barrels and hold four rounds, one in each barrel. The barrels are set side-by-side, so it would only appear to be two barrels. This is only my opinion, though in the shot porvided it does appear to be encountered on a dock. What does someone else think? [SAWGunner89] 20:16, 4 October 2009 (UTC)
Its almost like a sawed off over and under shotgun in gameplay
It is, but is not reloaded break-action style.--ConditionNone 18:12, 20 February 2010 (UTC)
Not an exact match for the gun in the game, but as close as I could Find: http://davisonsdiscountfirearms.com/images/M-4_Derringer.jpg
Derringer Style Pistol with .410 shotgun rounds as its ammunition. (03/10/10)
Actually, to my thoughts it kinda looks like a modified Colt Python with a enlarged grip and what seems to look like a safety switch selector just above the grip? Can anyone support this? -GunFame27
[UPDATE] Wait, the silhouette of the weapon icon looks like a combination of the grip from a Python and a shotgun barrel. -GunFame27
I was thinking the same thing. If there were Beretta Inox's why take the luger at all?
There is always the possibility that the group in Shambala where that Lugar was found, just before the player fights a few of the guardians and a handful of mercenaries on a falling platform where only the three main characters survive. The lugar was likely there before the landing and the other guns came from Lazarovich's men. Still, why would Chloe take the lugar if that was the case?
That's doubtful, seeing as Lazarevic and his men had just arrived and Chloe stated that they were headed in a totally different direction. This would mean that the bodies from the platform were thrown an absurd distance, and doesn't explain the bodies that are decayed or how the Luger got there in the first place.
Maybe some later explorers picked up the Lugers. I mean, what would you do if you were out exploring and came across an old Luger in working conidition? You know, deep down inside, that you'd pick that up and carry it with you as long as you could. Maybe a few of them met their demise after stumbling upon a few choice Lugers.
Maybe there was another expedition from a later date that also met its demise in that room?
- The reason is the same reason Lazarevic has his own Union Pacific Big Boy. Which is "look, an explosion!" Evil Tim 03:38, 18 April 2011 (CDT)
- "Union Pacific Big Boy"? Spartan198 03:26, 25 July 2012 (CDT)
- Hmm... Yeah, I'll have to check, but I don't recall the loco ever being shown. I'm guessing this particular engine model had a habit of exploding, then? It certainly wasn't the cause of the train wreck in this game, though. Spartan198 23:22, 25 July 2012 (CDT)
- No, it's just that like Just Cause 2, everything in the game that doesn't have an immediate explanation is because "look, an explosion!" You know, Michael Bay logic. Evil Tim 02:25, 26 July 2012 (CDT)
- I'll probably get this one done soon. We're missing a few guns here (The Hind's Yak-B, the DshK on the tank, and whatever's on that SP AA gun on the train, for a start) and I can probably get better pictures than we currently have. Want to do Bayonetta at some point, too. Evil Tim 08:02, 19 April 2011 (CDT)