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theHunter
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Release Date: 2009
Developer: Expansive Worlds
Publisher: Expansive Worlds
Series: theHunter
Platforms: PC
Genre: First-person shooter


theHunter (now known as theHunter Classic is a subscription-based hunting simulator which aims to incorporate realistic environments and actions in the world of hunting wild game and aims to simulate real world hunting styles with a myriad of different firearms all located on a fictional game reserve.

The following weapons appear in the video game The Hunter

Contents


Handguns

Browning Buckmark

The Browning Buckmark is featured in-game as the ".22 Grasshopper". The Buckmark was featured with the new addition of small game added to theHunter reserves such as Cottontail and European Rabbit in addition to being ethical to use against most birds. It holds a 10 round magazine and is compatible with a 2x20mm Pistol Scope. It fires .22 Long Rifle, 36 Grain High Velocity Bullets of which each box contains 50 rounds.

Browning Buckmark Contour - .22 LR

Ruger Security Six

A Ruger Security Six is available in-game, called the ".357 Revolver (Black)". It appears to have a 6" barrel and classic wooden grips and appears to fire Nosler Brand .357 Magnum Hollow Point bullets. The player always reloads the weapon via speedloaders and operates it exclusively in single-action. It can also attach a 2x20mm Pistol Scope (in either a black or silver finish). A promotional variant dubbed the ".357 Revolver (First Lady)" is a heavily engraved version with pearl grips and appears to be coated in a nickel finish. It is merely a cosmetic variant and does not effect the stats of the original.

Ruger Security Six - .357 Magnum.
Original render of the Ruger Security Six.
Original render of the ".357 Revolver (First Lady)".

Ruger Super Redhawk

The Ruger Super Redhawk is called the ".44 Revolver (Silver)" in-game and acts as the next step up from the .357 Revolver. Like its smaller sibling, it too is always operated in single action, reloaded with speedloaders and can mount a 2x20mm Optical Scope.

Ruger Super Redhawk - .44 Magnum.
Original render of the Ruger Super Redhawk.

Smith & Wesson 629 Performance Center Hunter

The Smith & Wesson 629 is called the ".44 Custom" in-game and is based on the Performance Center line of the 629, specifically the Hunter model (rather appropriately). It is outfitted with a muzzle brake and 7" long barrel. It can mount additional optical sights in the form of a 2x20mm Pistol Scope (black or silver). It is considered merely a cosmetic upgrade and does not effect the stats of the original.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 Performance Center Hunter - .44 Magnum
Original render of the ".44 Custom".

Springfield Armory Omega

The Springfield Armory Omega is featured in-game as the "10mm Semi-Automatic Pistol". It has a flat mainspring housing, skeletonized trigger and hammer, and target-style rear sights. It holds a 9 round magazine and is compatible with a Red Dot Pistol Scope. When the sight is used, the rear sight is removed. It fires 10mm Auto Ammunition of which each box contains 20 rounds.

Springfield Armory Omega - multi-caliber
Original render of the 10mm Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Taurus Raging Bull

The Taurus Raging Bull, called ".454 Revolver (El Toro)" is featured in theHunter as the Big Game Revolver. Chambered in Nosler .454 Casull ammunition. Like other revolvers, it is exclusively operated in single-action, reloaded via speadloaders, and can mount a 2x20mm Pistol Scope. A cosmetic version called the "El Bisonte" appears with wooden grips and a ventilated rib on the barrel.

Taurus Raging Bull newer model with blued finish and 8" barrel - .454 Casull
Original render of the ".454 Revolver".

Freedom Arms Model 83

The Freedom Arms Model 83 is available in theHunter as the ".45 Long Colt Revolver" and is available in two cosmetic skins. It is identifiable by the styling of the barrel, cylinder arrangement, and grip. The "Stallion" features heavy engraving with a nickel finish and a pearl white ivory grip with "The Mule" appearing with classic wood grips and a stainless finish. Despite also being available in a .454 Casull chambering, the firearm only fires 5 rounds of MATU brand .45 Long Colt, 260 grain Jacketed Hollow Point rounds.

Freedom Arms Model 83 - .454 Casull

Thompson Center Arms Contender

The Thompson Center Arms Contender is available in-game known as the "Rival" and "Highwayman". Both are chambered in .308 Nosler Partition 180gr Spitzer bullets loaded in custom Nosler Brass. The Contender is able to mount a 2-4x40mm Handgun Scope and is only 8% less powerful than the full size .308 Rifle. The "Highwayman" is a cosmetic variant and does not effect stats in any way.

Thompson Center Arms Contender - .45-70.
Original render of the Thompson Center Arms Contender.
Original render of the "Highwayman" variant.

Rifles

.22 Air Rifle

A .22 caliber air rifle of a currently unknown make is available in theHunter and was released at fan request in response to the number of small game and the rising popularity of air rifle hunting. It is ethical for hunting small game such as rabbits, pheasants and ducks. It is capable of mounting a 3-9x32mm Air Rifle Scope and uses Odin Premium brand .22 caliber pellets.

Mossberg 702 "Plinkster"

A Mossberg 702 "Plinkster" is featured in theHunter as the ".22 Semi-Automatic Rifle, Plinkington" and was added in response to the number of small game added to the reserve. It is available in three cosmetic skins from Blue Marble, Winter Camo, and Classic Wood. It holds 10 rounds of MATU brand .22 Long Rifle, 36 grain high velocity hollow point rounds and is able to mount a variety of optics.

".223 Bolt Action Rifle"

An unknown make of rifle, possibly even completely fictional, is available, chambered in .223 caliber, as the name may suggest. It holds 5 rounds of Nosler brand, 56 grain ballistic tip bullets and is available in two cosmetic skins, a green marble or classic wood, and is able to mount a variety of optical scopes. It is rated in-game for variety of varmint animals from Red Kangaroo, Red Deer and Coyote

Original render of the ".223 Bolt Action Rifle" in the Marble finish.
Original render of the ".223 Bolt Action Rifle" in Classic Wood.

Bushmaster XM-15 Varminter

The Bushmaster XM-15 Varminter was added into theHunter under the name ".223 Semi-Automatic Rifle" with a forest camo finish. It resembles many match grade AR-15-style rifles designed for varmint hunting and is outfitted with an extended match-grade barrel and holds 5 rounds of Nosler Brand, .223 caliber 56 Grain Ballistic Tip bullets. It comes equipped by default with flip-up iron sights and can mount a variety of optical scopes.

Bushmaster XM15 "V-Match", similar to the XM-15 Varminter - 5.56x45mm. Note smooth handguard and absence of front sight.

Remington 700

The Remington 700 is featured in-game in multiple variants chambered in .243 Winchester, .270 Winchester, and .300 Winchester Magnum. It is worth noting that all versions originally had slight differences in design to the real Remington 700, but the .243 version was subsequently changed to more closely resemble the real thing (see below). All variants seemingly fire a single shot and do not take into account the internal magazine. This is likely because of the old phrase "a good hunter does not need more than one shot to kill his prey" and is likely done as tradition. All variants are capable of mounting an array of optical scopes.

.243

The .243 variant comes in two finishes, a classic wood or a carbon finish. The Carbon variant includes a stainless steel barrel and a synthetic carbon stock. It fires .243 caliber, Nosler brand 90 grain ballistic tip spitzer ammunition.

Note: The .243 rifle was changed in a December 2016 update to much more closely resemble a real Remington 700, while the .270 and .300 versions retain their original appearance.

Remington Model 700 BDL - .300 Win Mag. Note the sights.
Original render of the pre-update .243 Bolt Action Rifle.
The player holds the ".243 Bolt Action Rifle".
The player aims the ".243 Bolt Action Rifle".
After firing a single round, the player's hunter prepares to load a single fresh cartridge into the rifle.
Closing the bolt.

.270

The .270 variant comes in three cosmetic variants, dubbed Classic, Composite and Grey Wolf. The Classic variant features a blued barrel with a wooden body and stock, Composite incorporates an OD green composite stock with what appears to be a chrome or stainless steel barrel. The Grey Wolf variant features a uniquely designed wooden body and stock with plaque engraving on the body. All three variants are cosmetic and fire Nosler Brand, .270 caliber 130 grain ballistic ammunition.

Original render of the Classic .270 Bolt Action Rifle.

.300

The .300 variant comes in three cosmetic variants, Composite, Carbon, and Winter Camo. It is the larger and more powerful caliber rifle available to players and is designed primarily for hunting big game. Composite is described as having a composite stock, sculpted cheek piece, and a cold hammer forged barrel. Carbon swaps the composite stock for a wooden stock and winter camo is simply the Composite variant with a winter camo finish. All three variants fire Nosler brand, Nosler Accubond .300 Magnum, 200 grain spitzer ammunition.

Original render of the Composite 300 Bolt Action Rifle.
The player's hunter holds the ".300 Bolt Action Rifle" while overlooking an icy pond.
In a warmer locale, the hunter holds a scoped .300 Bolt Action Rifle.
Aiming the ".300 Bolt Action Rifle", exactly the same as its other variants.
Like its siblings, the .300 Bolt Action Rifle is reloaded after a single round is fired.
Closing the bolt.

Blaser R8

The Blaser R8 is featured in-game, chambered in the 6.5x55mm Swedish Mauser Cartridge. It holds 5 rounds and is can be fitted with either a custom Blaser optical scope or a Aimpoint Micro H-1 Sight.

Blaser R93, similar to the R8 - .308 Winchester

Anschütz 1780 D FL Bolt Action Rifle

The Anschütz 1780 D FL is featured in-game chambered in .308 Winchester, 8x57mm Mauser, and 9.3x62mm Mauser.

Anschütz Model 1416 - .22LR. The 1780 D FL is similar, but chambered for larger caliber ammo.

.308

Original render of the .308 Anschütz 1780 D FL Bolt Action Rifle.

8x57mm Mauser

Original render of the 8x57 IS Anschütz 1780 D FL Bolt Action Rifle.

9.3x62mm Mauser

Original render of the 9.3x62 Anschütz 1780 D FL Bolt Action Rifle.
Original render of the 9.3x62 Anschütz 1780 D FL Bolt Action Rifle Premium.

Winchester Model 1894

The Winchester Model 1894 is featured in-game as ".30-30 Lever Action".

Winchester 1894 - .30-30

Winchester Model 1876

The Winchester Model 1876 appears as ".30-06 Lever Action" (although the M1876 is a never chambered in this caliber, only the later M1895 was).

Winchester Model 1876 "sporting" configuration with 26 inch barrel - 45-60 WCF
Original render of the ".30-06 Lever Action Rifle".

Springfield 1903A1

The M1903A1 Springfield appears as the ".30-06 Bolt Action Rifle".

M1903A1 Springfield - .30-06

Steyr Mannlicher-Schoenauer

The Steyr Mannlicher-Schoenauer appears as the ".30-06 Stutzen Bolt Action Rifle".

Springfield M1903 in a Mannlicher Schönauer Carbine stock - .30-06. This is the screen used rifle (and sling) carried and used by Don Johnson in the movie A Boy and His Dog.

Custom 7mm Single Shot Rifle

A custom designed, single-shot break action rifle appears in-game chambered in the 7mm Remington Magnum cartridge.

For comparison: Savage Model 219 - .30-30

O/U Break Action Rifle

Two types of the O/U Break Action Rifles appears in the game, chambered in .30 R and 9.3x74R ammo.

For comparison: Blaser BB97 Luxus, double rifle.

KS V Bullpup Hunter

The KS V Bullpup Hunter is featured in-game chambered in the 7mm Remington Magnum Cartridge.

Keppeler KS V Bullpup Sniper - 7.62x51mm NATO

Short Magazine Lee Enfield No.1 Mk.III

A Short Magazine Lee-Enfield is featured in-game chambered in .303 British. It is the No.1 Mk.III Variant.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III - .303 British. Introduced in 1907, this was the official battle rifle of British and Commonwealth forces during the First World War.

Karabiner 98k

A Karabiner 98k is featured in-game as the "8x57 IS K98k Bolt Action Rifle", chambered in 8x57mm Mauser.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser. Manufactured in Germany, 1937.

Marlin 1895SBL

The Marlin Model 1895SBL is featured in-game as the ".45-70 Government Lever Action".

Marlin Model 1895SBL - .45-70

Winchester Model 1895

The Winchester Model 1895 is featured in-game as the ".405 Lever Action Rifle".

Sporting version of the 1895.

Sharps 1874 Buffalo

The Sharps 1874 Buffalo is featured in-game as the ".45-70 Buffalo Rifle".

Sharps 1874 Buffalo - .45-70 caliber

Mosin Nagant

The Mosin Nagant is featured in-game as the "7.62x54R Bolt Action Rifle".

Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R

Shotguns

Mossberg 930

The Mossberg 930 appears as the "20 Gauge Semi-Automatic".

Mossberg 930 - 12 gauge

Single Barreled Shotgun

The Single Barreled Shotgun appears as the "12 Gauge Single Shot".

Montgomery Ward Texas Ranger - 16 gauge. This model was also available in 12 gauge, 20 gauge and .410 bore.

Blaser F3

The Blaser F3 appears as the "12 GA Blaser F3 Game O/U Shotgun".

Blaser F3 - 12 GA.
Original render of the Blaser F3.

Remington 870

The hybridized Remington 870 appears as the "12 GA Pump Action Shotgun". It has a 5-round magazine tube from the Mossberg 500 (the Remington 870 has a factory extended magazine, but only in the 7-round version), and trigger guard from theWinchester Model 1200/1300. It also featured in the "Gold" and "Primal" variants, the latter has a short barrel and black synthetic furniture.

Remington 870 Wingmaster - 12 gauge
Original render of the "12 GA Pump Action Shotgun".

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

The 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun appears as the "12 GA Side By Side Shotgun".

Winchester Model 21 - 12 gauge
Original render of the "12 GA Side By Side Shotgun".
Original render of the "12 GA Side By Side Shotgun Premium".

16 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

The 16 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun appears as the "16 GA Side By Side Shotgun".

J. Stevens and Company Side by Side Shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge, resemble the in-game "16 GA Side By Side Shotgun".

Winchester Model 1887

The Winchester Model 1887 appears as the "10 GA Lever Action Shotgun".

Winchester 1887 shotgun - 12 gauge

Drilling

The Drilling appears as the "16GA/9.3x74R Drilling".

Three-barreled Drilling combination gun, marked Waffenhaus Kneifel-Eisenrich - 16 gauge & .303 British

Muzzleloaders

Thompson Center Hawken Plains Rifle

The Thompson Center Hawken Plains Rifle appears as the ".50 Cap Lock Muzzleloader".

Thompson Center Hawken Plains Rifle - .50 caliber.
Original render of the ".50 Cap Lock Muzzleloader".

Thompson Center Muzzleloader

A muzzleloader which bears resemblance to a Thompson Center muzzleloader is featured in-game as the ".50 Inline Muzzleloader". It can seemingly fire either .50 Conical Bullets or .45 Saboted Bullets.

Bow & Crossbow

Compound Bow Parker Python

Original render of the "Compound Bow Parker Python".

Compound Bow Snakebite

Original render of the "Compound Bow Snakebite".

Recurve Bow

Original render of the Recurve Bow.

Long Bow

Tenpoint Carbon Fusion Crossbow

Original render a Tenpoint Carbon Fusion Crossbow.

Reverse Draw Crossbow



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