|Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is the fourth entry in the Uncharted video game series and the first Playstation 4 entry (not counting the remaster). Set several years after his last adventure, the game follows retired fortune hunter Nathan Drake, who is forced back into the world of thieves- with the stakes much more personal. The 2016 video game has Drake embarking on a globe-trotting journey in pursuit of a historical conspiracy behind a fabled pirate treasure. His greatest adventure will test his physical limits, his resolve, and ultimately what he’s willing to sacrifice to save the ones he loves.
A stand-alone expansion, titled Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, was released on August 2017. Chloe Frazer returns as the protagonist this time, teaming up with base game antagonist Nadine Ross (who had been exiled from her own PMC) for an adventure in India for a legendary treasure, the tusk of Ganesh, while being hunted by an Indian insurgent warlord Asav who also has eyes on the tusk. Weapons in The Lost Legacy partially overlap with the base game, but with new additions. Some of these additions made their way back to base game multiplayer as DLC weapons.
The following weapons appear in the video game Uncharted 4: A Thief's End:
The game presents the same loadout mode of the previous three games. The characters can only equip one sidearm and one long gun at a time.
A very neat detail is the addition of a sling for all long guns, which is a full physics rope object that reacts to the environment and player actions.
Many screenshots on this page are taken with the game's built-in photo mode.
Beretta 8000 Cougar
Sam Drake's main sidearm throughout the game is a Beretta 8000 Cougar with walnut grips. It's referred to as "Aegis 9mm" in-game. A Beretta 8000 Cougar Inox was seen in the second teaser for the game being handled by Nathan Drake.
Beretta 8000 Cougar F - 9x19mm
Sam Drake with a Beretta Cougar early into the game.
He sheds a tear as he sees that the hammer is actually cocked! Ye gads it took time, but we finally got there.
Reloading. Drake's about to insert a new mag. While the mag is fairly detailed, there are no bullets in it, the follower however can be seen.
Reloading. Just about to rack the slide.
Sam Drake is handed a Beretta Cougar.
The Beretta Cougar in Sam's small of the back holster.
Sam with his Beretta Cougar in a cutscene.
Sam Drake wielding his Beretta Cougar whilst taking cover.
Beretta 8000 Cougar F Inox with walnut grips - 9x21mm
A fairly good look at the side of the Beretta Cougar Inox.
Nathan performs a brass check on the Beretta Cougar Inox.
Colt Rail Gun/M1911A1 Hybrid
The first full-size 1911 to appear in an Uncharted game, it goes by the name "Para .45" in-game and is a rather odd hybrid between a Colt Rail Gun and a vintage M1911A1. It has the Colt M1913 Picatinny rail, Novak rear sight, slanting front and rear slide serrations, and the black finish of a Colt Rail Gun, but it has an M1911A1 spur-hammer, front sight, trigger, lanyard loop, and non-beaver-tailed grip safety. It incorrectly holds 12 rounds in a 7-round magazine. It is the most common gun in the game, used by the player from the start to the end. It is also found in The Lost Legacy.
World War II Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
Note the rather strangely shaped cocked hammer.
Also note that the ejection port is wider than on an actual 1911.
Reloading the 1911 shows off its rather oversized guide rod. As with the Cougar, the magazine is empty.
Racking the slide, the bullet appears to be fully in the chamber.
Somehow Nate's 1911 doesn't jam as he's going through the mudslide of the century.
Nate about to pull the Mozambique drill.
Rafe's personal sidearm is a nickel plated and heavily engraved Colt M1911 with pearl grips.
Nickel plated and heavily engraved Colt M1911 with pearl grips - .45 ACP
Rafe holding his snazzy M1911, pondering whether to shoot the man with the awful haircut beside him or Nate.
A closer look at Rafe's 1911 in the model viewer. Like the Colt Rail Gun/M1911A1 hybrid, the ejection port is wider than on an actual 1911.
Note the lack of relief cuts on the frame behind the trigger.
Beretta 92FS Brigadier Inox
The Beretta 92FS Brigadier Inox appears once again in Uncharted 4, making it one of the few weapons to appear in all main games in the series. It can be used only in multiplayer as the "Agarwal .40."
Beretta 92FS Brigadier Inox - 9x19mm
The first time we lay our eyes on the classic stainless 92FS is on a table in Nathan's hotel room.
Elena's 92FS Brigadier Inox in her holster. This has been her main sidearm throughout the games. It's missing the right side safety switch as it did in every game in the series.
Elena shooting away at some bad dudes, demonstrating her terrible grip.
The 92FS in the model viewer, note that the safety is off.
Here you can clearly see the lack of a safety switch meant for lefties.
Fake Beretta 93R (Beretta 92FS Brigadier Inox)
A Beretta 92FS Brigadier Inox standing in for a real Beretta 93R is modified with a Beretta 93R folding foregrip, an extended magazine, a extended frame with a built-in barrel weight, a longer four slot muzzle braked barrel, and the ability to fire in 3-round bursts. It is called the "Raffica" in-game. It is also found in The Lost Legacy.
Beretta 92FS Brigadier Inox with Hogue wrap-around grips - 9x19mm
Real Beretta 93R for comparison - 9x19mm
Nathan holds a custom Beretta 92FS Brigadier Inox pretending to be a 93R.
Note that the safety is on.
Despite this, Nate still manages to fire an entire magazine and starts reloading, rewarding the custom 92FS' ability to defy its own mechanics with another empty magazine.
Heckler & Koch USP/Glock 17 Hybrid
The game's secondary antagonist and leader of South African PMC Shoreline, Nadine Ross, is seen with a fictional two tone hybrid of a Heckler & Koch USP and a Glock 17. For all intents and purposes, it is simply a Gen 3 Glock 17 frame fitted with a USP slide and hammer. A DLC added the weapon to multiplayer, where it is referred to as the "Enforcer G26." A similar hybrid pistol is seen in Naughty Dog's previous game, The Last of Us.
Heckler & Koch USP with stainless steel slide - 9x19mm
Glock 17 (3rd Generation) with stainless steel slide - 9x19mm
Nadine's handgun as seen in the model viewer bonus screen. Though it is a Gen 3 Glock 17 frame, it has a Gen 4 Glock magazine release.
Nadine holds her USP/Glock 17 hybrid.
Old flintlock pistols can can be found here and there, presumably belonging to some long-dead pirate. They can still be fired despite being discarded for centuries and even more ridiculously hold two rounds that are as powerful as the revolvers in-game. They can't be reloaded. An unusable broken flintlock can also be found in the Madagascar level as one of the treasures.
British Heavy Dragoon Pistol - .62 caliber
Nathan with a Flintlock pistol that's in surprisingly good shape despite being discarded in a rain forest for centuries.
Nate pulls a really stupid face as he fires the pistol.
Viewing the broken flintlock found in Madagascar.
Thompson Center Arms Contender
The Thompson Center Arms Contender appears as the "Bishai .50 Cal" and is only available in the multiplayer as a sidearm. It's fitted with a non-removable scope.
Thompson Center Arms Contender with Leupold M8-4x Extended E.R. Scope - .45-410.
Flynn holds a Thompson Center Arms Contender as seen in the multiplayer.
Chloe holding a Thompson Contender.
Chloe reloading her Thompson Contender.
The Thompson Contender's scope reticle.
The Walther P99 returns from the previous games as the "Para 9." A suppressed version is found in The Lost Legacy as the generically-named "Silenced Pistol," while a normal version is found in multiplayer.
Chloe gets her stealth on with a suppressed P99. It now lacks the external hammer Uncharted 3's
P99 was modeled with.
Desert Eagle Mark VII
A Desert Eagle Mark VII returns in The Lost Legacy as a rare find, still named the "Desert 5." It has also been added to multiplayer, and has a slightly-more-than-implausible 10-round capacity; assuming the gun is meant to be chambered in .50 Action Express (as the name implies), it should only hold 7 rounds.
IMI Desert Eagle MK VII with nickel finish - .44 Magnum
Taking aim with a muddy Desert Eagle. Someone get this woman a rag.
AMC Auto Mag Pistol
A scoped AMC Auto Mag Pistol appears in The Lost Legacy as the "Krivosk-XS."
Auto Mag Pistol - .44 AMP
Chloe holds her newly acquired scoped Auto Mag by her side.
Asav, antagonist of The Lost Legacy, carries a Browning Hi-Power as his sidearm. Unfortunately, it is not usable by the player.
Browning Hi-Power with Target sights - 9x19mm
Asav kneels down to monologue at Chloe.
When she does not give into his demands, Asav decides on a more direct approach. The Hi-Power appears to be missing the safety on the right side.
Smith & Wesson Model 29
A Smith & Wesson Model 29 without an ejector shroud appears early on in the game in the hands of Panamanian prison warden Vargas. It can never be used by the player. On closer inspection it appears to be an altered version of Sully's Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic revolver model.
Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum
The Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolver in Vargas's holster. Note the lack of an ejector shroud.
Rafe takes the Model 29 from Vargas after shanking him.
Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic
As in the previous titles, the Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic is carried by Victor Sullivan. Simply referred to as the "Revolver" in-game. It can never be used by the player.
Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic with custom wood grips - .44 Magnum
The Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic in Sully's holster.
Sully seriously needs to cut down on his smoking.
Note that the trigger is in double-action mode while the hammer is in single-action. The hammer remains in SA mode even after the revolver is fired. Ironically, the exact opposite happened in the previous games
Mateba Model 6 Unica
One of the rarest treasures in the game (well, not really, but it should be) is the Mateba Model 6 Unica, named the "Barok .44."
Mateba Model 6 Unica, 6" barrel - .454 Casull
Note the two tone frame, this indicates that it's chambered in .454 Casull, which explains its whopping damage.
Nathan shows of his newly (presumably) learned revolver reloading technique as he flips out the cylinder with his right hand and actually uses the ejector rod...
...loads the weapon with a speed loader (that is not invisible this time)...
...and then closes the cylinder shut with his hand to the relief of all revolver fans. Note the dropped speed loader.
Smith & Wesson Model 586
A stubbed nosed Smith & Wesson Model 586 makes a brief appearance in a cutscene in the main story. It can only be used in the multiplayer, where it's called the "Jackal."
Smith & Wesson Model 586 with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
The S&W Model 586 in the model viewer.
Note that she has cocked the hammer.
Colt Single Action Army
The "DC Single Action" multiplayer DLC weapon seems to be a mildly mutated Colt Single Action Army.
Colt Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model. The most common of the SAA revolvers as it is just the right length. - .45 Long Colt
Sully holds the slightly deformed Single Action Army in the multiplayer customization menu. This certainly will not help with all the jokes regarding his old age.
A heavily modified Steyr MP34 appears in the game as the "MP34A." It lacks its normal side-feeding magazine well, and instead feeds from the bottom like an AK. The magazine it uses seems to be a 60-round quad-stack 5.45x39mm AK casket magazine for some reason. Its wooden stock is also sawed off.
This old gun from WWII is only used by the Panamanian prison guards in the chapter "Hector Alcazár", but this is weird considering that they used the more reliable AKM in chapter 2 "An Infernal Place" set circa the year 2000 ("Hector Alcazár" is set some years after).
Steyr-Solothurn MP34 - 9x19mm.
Sam Drake with a newly procured mutant MP34 he "borrowed" of a guard.
Note the sealed oval near the front of the receiver, where the ejection port is on a normal MP34.
Sam smacking in a new magazine. Note that the gun isn't rusted but rather covered in mud after falling on the ground, a nice detail. The shape of the AK casket magazine can easily be seen here.
Sa. Vz. 61 Skorpion/IMI Micro Uzi Hybrid
A Sa. Vz. 61 Skorpion with a grip layout similar to a Micro Uzi is a fairly common weapon in the game. The grip layout helped the devs to recycle the previous machine pistols' animations. Called "Fossa R-81" in-game.
The Fossa does bear some similarity to the Croatian Alka M-93.
Sa. Vz. 61 Skorpion - .32 ACP
Alka M-93 for comparison - 9x19mm
Sam and Sullivan look on in horror at the abomination Nathan wields.
Nathan ponders blowing it up, realizing however that holding a grenade as it explodes is a bad idea.
Definitely not the best way to reload a small pistol-style weapon. Note the bullet at the top of the magazine.
IMI Micro Uzi
The Micro Uzi returns from the previous two games as the "Micro 9mm". It is found in The Lost Legacy and Uncharted 4 multiplayer.
Chloe aims her Micro Uzi.
She then blasts away while Nadine patiently waits for her to get it out of her system.
The FN P90 is found in The Lost Legacy and multiplayer.
Chloe heads into the underbrush with her P90 at the ready.
The "RKL-155" machine pistol seems to be a somewhat compressed SR-2 Veresk submachine gun. The folding foregrip has been removed, with the weapon's front end instead having a strange, semi-circular dip in the handguard that serves as a grip point, and the stock is folded on top of the weapon at all times, rendering it unusable. It is found in The Lost Legacy and is also a multiplayer DLC weapon from the Bounty Hunters DLC.
SR-2 Veresk - 9x21mm Gyurza
Aiming the stubby SR-2. One must wonder how effective that puny stock would actually be if it could be unfolded.
Robinson Armament XCR-L CQB
The Robinson Armament XCR-L CQB appears simply as the "XCR." It has no stock attached in-game and has an end-cap instead. It is used only in the chapter "Lights Out" by some mafiosos.
Robinson Armament XCR-L CQB with EOTech 551 sight, Thermold polymer magazine, and vertical foregrip - 5.56x45mm
You can see here that the XCR-L CQB erroneously has a paddle mag release and a charging handle on the bolt, likely so it can use the animations shared with other assault rifles.
...and then racking the charging handle. The bolt is just about to go into battery.
SIG-Sauer SIG556 Classic
One of the most common rifles in the game, even more so than the AKM, is the SIG-Sauer SIG556 Classic, called the "HS39" in-game and is for some reason fitted with a CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A1 stock. It is incorrectly depicted as being a fully-automatic weapon when in reality it is limited to semi-automatic only.
SIG-Sauer SIG556 Classic with polymer magazine and SIG-Sauer STS-081 red dot scope - 5.56x45mm
CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A1 - 9x19mm
Here the Scorpion Evo 3 A1 stock is clearly visible.
Note non-standard HK-style sights.
Nathan reloading the SIG556 Classic in a very amateurish manner. Note the very strange magazine, part of the top of the mag is covered, which would make it unable to feed rounds into the gun.
Drake racking the charging handle.
Going by the name "AK-47" in-game, it is actually an AKM with an AK-47 barrel (along with its front sight and gas post) instead of the typical AKM barrel with the slant compensator, it can be identified as an AKM due to the fact it has a stamped receiver, ribbed top cover (the receiver cover was smooth in earlier gameplay trailers), and the back of the receiver is squared and not slopped like the older AK-47. An interesting note is that previous Uncharted games used AK-47s that were depicted with AKM-style slant compensators. AKs with mixed and matched parts are not uncommon in the real world.
Type III AK-47 with laminated stock - 7.62x39mm. To show the AK-47 barrel and front sight.
Drake engaging an enemy with his AKM in the early gameplay presentation, due to a glitch the magazine is missing from the weapon. Note the smooth top cover.
The AKM on Nathan's back. It only took around a decade but he finally learned to flip the fun switch off safe.
Note that the proportions for the sight mount are slightly off, it's a bit stretched up.
Drake about to smack out the dry magazine with a wet one...
...after doing just that, he racks the charging handle. Note the detail inside the weapon. Also note Nate's trigger discipline, something that is on/off depending on what weapon he uses throughout the game.
The IMI Romat appears as the "FAL." It's fitted with a DSA SA58 railed upper receiver and bolt with an Aimpoint CompM2 red dot sight mounted atop it. It fires in three-round bursts unlike any real FAL and incorrectly holds 30 rounds in a 20-round magazine. It is also found in The Lost Legacy.
Israeli FAL "Romat" with Wooden Furniture - 7.62x51mm NATO
Here you can easily see the DSA SA58 railed upper receiver and bolt.
Nate ups his tacticool with a "c-clamp" grip.
Drake's too busy trying to fit the magazine into the Israeli FAL with the incorrect method to notice his finger on the trigger and the fact that the magazine is empty.
The reticle of the sight. Real CompM2s don't have a white ring around the red dot and the brightness setting seems to be set to very low.
Ruger Mini Thirty Tactical
A Ruger Mini Thirty with a jungle camo synthetic stock and ACOG-ish optic turns up here and there. It's referred to as the "Mettler M-30." It is also found in The Lost Legacy.
Ruger Mini Thirty Tactical with 20-round magazine - 7.62x39mm
Nathan warily holds the Mini Thirty Tactical. Here you can see the weapon has some skewed proportions, such as the 20-round 7.62x39 magazine its fitted with being thicker than it should be and the very stubby fore-end.
Drake loading the gun with a actually loaded magazine that contains strange looking bullets.
Nathan ponders the meaning of life as he racks the charging handle.
The ACOG-ish scope's simple reticle.
A Ruger Mini-14 fitted with an Archangel Manufacturing Sparta Pistol Grip Rifle Stock, Aimpoint CompM2 red dot sight, and a somewhat oversized Ruger GB flash hider appears as the "Copperhead SR7." This Mini-14 is shown lacking a front sight, and feeds from oversized Thermold polymer magazines (incidentally, STANAG magazines do not fit or lock into Mini-14s). It is interestingly shown with an Accu-Strut barrel strut, which is easily mistaken for a gas tube. It fires in full-auto which would be appropriate for an AC556, though it lacks a fire selector.
Ruger Mini-14 in a Archangel Manufacturing Sparta Pistol Grip Rifle Stock - 5.56x45mm
Nate with a tacticool Mini-14. Note the oversized Thermold-style mag.
...then chambers a new round.
The Beretta ARX-160 (going by its real name surprisingly) is one of the rarer weapons to be found in Uncharted 4. It holds 50 rounds in a 30-round STANAG magazine and it has an absurdly high fire rate, being able to empty the entire mag in about 2 seconds. It features a tan finish, a Truglo Tru-Brite holo sight, Magpul MBUS, and what appears to be a Surefire E1D LED Defender flashlight mounted to the bottom of the handguard which is never used by the player.
Beretta ARX-160 Coyote brown with 11.89" barrel - 5.56x45mm
Nate reloading his ARX with a magazine full of nothing as he makes his way through the local rave.
Racking the charging handle. Sam seems to have a habit of doing entire reloads by the hip with his right hand only, like an excessive version of reload trigger discipline.
IMI Galil ARM 7.62
A 7.62mm Galil ARM with a shortened barrel is found in The Lost Legacy and added to Uncharted 4 multiplayer, incorrectly referred to as the INSAS, the standard rifle of the Indian Armed Forces. An Indian-made clone of the Galil ARM was made by OFB, and was supposed to replace the INSAS, but failed the tests in 2017, and the INSAS would be replaced three years later by the AK-203. It is used by Asav's insurgents in The Lost Legacy.
IMI Galil ARM chambered in 7.62x51mm NATO. Note the thicker, straight box magazine.
Chloe takes a look at her rifle and begins to suspect it is indeed not an INSAS. Note the shorter barrel and skeletal stock replaced with a solid one, which is still mounted on a folding hinge.
The Norinco QBZ-95 is found in The Lost Legacy as the "Type 95," used by Asav's insurgents. The QBZ-95 model in-game features some mild changes compared to the real weapon, such as having a curvier carrying handle. It has also been added to base game multiplayer.
Norinco QBZ-95 - 5.8x42mm
Chloe shows off a QBZ-95 recently liberated from one of Asav's insurgents. Note the modified carrying handle, which resembles an AR-15 style carrying handle. The charging handle also seems to have relocated itself to the side of the gun.
Taking aim at a villainous lake. The magazine seems to be a 5.56x45mm magazine, which is actually used on the QBZ-97, though the magazine well is still a QBZ-95 magazine well, just with the magazine release flipped to the front of the mag.
Colt Law Enforcement Carbine
The Colt LE6920 is referred as the "M4," and is only found in multiplayer.
Colt Law Enforcement Carbine LE6920 - 5.56x45mm
Elena poses with her black rifle in the multiplayer customization menu.
Thales F90/FN P90 Hybrid
A weapon with the base shape of the Thales F90 (identified by its distinctive trigger guard) and FN P90 feed design is found in The Lost Legacy and multiplayer as the "Arrowhead A3c." It is fitted with what appears to be a version of the integrated 1.5x Swarovski scope from the A1 variant of the AUG.
Thales F90 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Chloe holding the F90/P90. She can't shake the feeling that something is quite off about her rifle...
The "Lowe-S" is a Remington ACR, and was added to multiplayer via DLC. Interestingly, it seems to use Magpul 7.62x39mm AK magazines; while 7.62x39mm was a suggested caliber for the original Magpul Masada, and aftermarket conversion kits that rechamber the Bushmaster ACR in the cartridge, the Remington ACR was never produced in 7.62x39mm.
Remington ACR - 5.56x45mm NATO
Nate should look a little more enthusiastic, considering he is holding the first 7.62x39mm Remington ACR.
Appearing as the "Carrigan 53," the IWI X95 appears in multiplayer and The Lost Legacy. It only appears in a single chapter of The Lost Legacy.
IWI X95 with upper mount rail - 5.56x45mm
Chloe helpfully begins the final chapter of The Lost Legacy
with an X-95 in hand.
She decides to take aim at the Sun, which is aggressively hitting her face.
SIG SG 552/Heckler & Koch G36C Hybrid
Exclusive to multiplayer, the "GX3-9" assault rifle appears to be a mixture of the SG 552 and G36C rifles. Specifically, it appears to have the stock, receiver, and magazine of the SG 552 with the front end and flash hider of the G36C.
Heckler & Koch G36C with an attached EOTech sight - 5.56x45mm
Zoran Lazaravich poses evilly with the SG 552/G36C in the multiplayer customization menu.
Snipers throughout the game use the Remington M40A3 and so can the player if they manage to procure one. Goes by the name "Mazur LDR" in-game. It is also found in The Lost Legacy.
Remington M40A3 -7,62x51mm NATO
Note the laser module on the rifle, now the laser isn't just coming out of nowhere like in the previous games.
Drake loads up the weapon with a clip inserted at a very awkward angle.
After somehow accomplishing the clip feeding, Nathan chambers a round. Note the clip flying away.
A rather odd bug occurring on the rifle. The clip can be seen floating right below the magazine. In front of the clip are five tiny
bullets. How cute.
An M14 in a JAE-100 G3 stock appears in the game as the "M14 Custom".
M14 rifle - 7.62x51mm NATO
Springfield M1A with JAE-100 G3 stock - .308 Winchester
Nathan holds the M14 and admires its fancy marksman stock. Note the fire selector denoting it as a true M14.
Drake about to chamber a new round. Here the fire selector is obvious.
The "Harbinger Sniper," a rare sniper rifle in The Lost Legacy, most closely resembles the Remington MSR in shape, but is completely different in terms of detail. Despite being modeled with a bolt, it is depicted as firing semi-automatically.
Remington MSR with Harris bipod, Leupold Mark 4 scope, and AAC Titan suppressor - .338 Lapua Magnum
Chloe heads for cover, hefting around her Harbinger Sniper.
Winchester Model 1866
The Winchester Model 1866 is a multiplayer DLC weapon, named the "Harrison 1890."
Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine - .44 RF
Nate holds the 1866, having decided to channel his inner cowboy.
Grossly oversized Stoner 63s (going by its real name in-game) are shown as a mounted heavy machine gun. Certain enemies carry them in a similar fashion to the GAU-19's from Uncharted 2. It (and heavy enemies wielding it) are also found in The Lost Legacy. In the same game, Insurgents are describing it as "out-dated"; make of that what you will.
Nathan with a very
oversized Stoner 63.
You can see that the weapon is fitted with a chainsaw grip meant for when it is used as a handheld machine gun.
In the multiplayer mode it is possible to spawn AI buddies that wield the oversized Stoners.
For whatever reason, the handheld version of the Stoner is called a DshK (DShK
being the proper way to write it) despite being the exact same model as the stationary version, and, y'know, not at all a DShK.
Nate's gonna get a lot of hot brass flying into his "area".
In Chapter 11 "Hidden in Plain Sight," a Gurkha RPV (or maybe several Gurkha RPVs, unless Shoreline had developed the infamous offscreen teleportation technology) used by Shoreline uses two Browning M2s as turrets. Another armored car appears in Chapter 20 "No Escape."
The M2s can be seen in the high left corner, used by Shoreliners, who... well cornered Nathan.
Nathan check the RPV's M2s after he defeated it... obviously not with this Mateba.
A better shot of the twin M2s.
The PKM returns from the third game to multiplayer in the Survival update as the "PAK-80." Can also be found mounted on a monopod in the Chapter 1 of Lost Legacy.
Elena holds the PKM at the ready, having found her true calling as a support gunner.
Chloe choose to admire the only PKM in-game.
Unidentified rotary gun
A huge rotary gun is the main armament of the Insurgent's Dozor-B APC and Orca's Kamov Ka-60 Kasatka.
Chloe, tried successfully to imitate Nate, but this time she cannot identify properly the gun.
The Dozor-B model. Note the minigun.
The minigun on the Ka-60's model.
Mossberg Maverick 88
The Mossberg Maverick 88 appears once again in Uncharted 4, although it only appears in the title sequence and Nathan's photo of the treasure they recovered during the hunt for El Dorado.
Mossberg Maverick 88 with pistol grip - 12 gauge
The Maverick 88 seen in the intro sequence for the game.
Nathan looks at the photo, not realizing the awkward conversation he's going to have to have with someone about it in about 15 years.
Armscor/Rock Island Armory M30 M5 Matte Nickel
The Armscor/Rock Island Armory M30 M5 Matte Nickel appears as the "Spezzotti 12 Gauge." It correctly holds 4 shells and is fitted with a pistol grip and a black barrel. It is also found in The Lost Legacy.
Armscor/Rock Island Armory M30 M5 Matte Nickel - 12 gauge
Although the black section at the end of the barrel looks like a muzzle device or an added choke, it is actually just the end of the black barrel sticking out from under the nickel plated heat-shield.
When pumping the weapon, a new shell can be seen in the chamber.
Nate carefully loading his M30 with a new shell.
After loading up on shells, a new shell can be seen as it is chambered.
Sawn-off Over and Under shotgun
The "Pistole" makes an appearance yet again in Uncharted 4 and is also found in The Lost Legacy. This time, the function of the weapon is far more conceivable however and is simply an excessively shortened Over & Under shotgun modified with a pistol grip.
Sawn-off Browning Over and Under shotgun - 12 gauge
Drake with the infamous "Pistole," wondering what that name is supposed to mean.
This time around, reloading the weapon actually makes sense for an Over & Under shotgun, to Nate's relief. Note the rare trigger discipline.
Kel-Tec KSG/Mossberg 500/590 Hybrid
The "Condor," a magazine-fed pump-action shotgun with a Kel-Tec KSG frame and Mossberg 500/590 receiver shows its hideous face occasionally.
Kel-Tec KSG with Magpul RVG foregrip - 12 gauge
Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 gauge
Drake attempts to cover the gun in mud so he doesn't have to witness the abomination he's holding. Note the Mossberg 500/590-style bolt/side ejection port and screw placement. Also note how the screws holding the rail system to the gun are attached to the fore-end, which begs the question of how exactly Nathan manages to do the "pump" part of "pump action"?
Note the railed heat shield with Magpul MBUS sights.
Pumping the shotgun reveals that the chamber is filled with blur, unlike the less mutated Armscor M30 M5 Matte Nickel in the game. Also note that the fore-end simply moves through the screws that were seemingly holding it in place.
Inserting a new mag. Note the unused dual magazine tubes of a KSG.
The Saiga 12 appears as "US-AN 12 Auto Shotgun" and is a rare weapon in The Lost Legacy. It was also added to base game multiplayer. It is fitted with a drum magazine, lacks a stock, and fires in full auto.
Showing off the heavily modified Saiga 12. It also appears to have an HK style rear sight.
The SPAS-12 returns in The Lost Legacy, not as the "SAS-12" but as the "S-12." Compared to its previous iterations, the SPAS-12 now has a (permanently folded) stock and is the full sized version. It is still only used in pump action, however. It features a miserably small capacity of four shells.
Franchi SPAS-12 with stock folded and butt-hook removed - 12 gauge
Her exploration of some ancient ruins interrupted by Asav's insurgents, Chloe takes cover behind a pillar, SPAS-12 in hand.
During a calmer moment, Chloe examines her SPAS-12.
China Lake/Milkor MGL Hybrid
A grenade launcher by the name "China Lake GL" is less of an actual China Lake (which would be rarer than most treasures Nathan finds in the games) and more of a strange mix of an Milkor MGL Mk 1S and a China Lake Launcher with a folding stock. It can also be found in The Lost Legacy.
China Lake Launcher - 40x46mm
Milkor MGL Mk 1S in black finish fitted with Armson OEG reflex sight - 40x46mm
The biggest difference between Uncharted 4'
s idea of a China Lake launcher and an actual one is the MGL style revolving chamber. This weapon actually reuses the same 4-shot cylinder and front cylinder cover model from the Milkor MGL Mk 1L
in previous games, though the cylinder length has now been shortened to that of a Mk 1S.
Strangely mutated firearms are something the Drakes run into very often in this particular adventure.
Note the grenade in the chamber as the pump is racked. How this weapon works is beyond explanation.
What's also beyond explanation is how Drake reloads the weapon. Note that he is holding one grenade as he is loading another. After loading two grenades, he will grab two more out of thin air and load those as well, assuming the weapon is empty that is. It holds four grenades.
Orion Flare Gun
During the ending, Elena signals for rescue with what appears to be an Orion Flare Gun.
Orion flare gun - 12 gauge
The RPG-7 is a very rare weapon to run into unlike the previous games. Is fitted with a custom KAC-like rear foregrip. It is also found in The Lost Legacy.
The RPG-7 lying on a Shoreline's crate. Note the rear grip.
Note that the hammer is uncocked.
Nathan's war face didn't impress anyone.
Unlike Uncharted 2
, the RPG-7 doesn't magically shrink when Nate puts it on his back.
Nate attempts to carve a stick figure with the tip of rocket onto a box. Note that the rocket in question is just a rocket, with no propelling charge.
Failing to do so, he loads the rocket into the RPG-7 instead.
M26 Hand Grenade
Replacing the M67 Hand Grenade from the previous games, the M26 Hand Grenade is the standard grenade in Uncharted 4. Notably, Nate can now no longer throw enemy grenades back at their users like he could in previous games.
M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Two grenades on a crate, waiting for someone to explode them.
M18 Smoke Grenade
Unmarked yellow M18 smoke grenades are seen on the Shoreliners that use the "China Lake". Proper M18s appears also in Lost Legacy, on Indian Army's vests. They're unusable.
Nathan tried to arrest the Shoreliner for possessing bootleg M18s, a crime that he considers very serious.
Meanwhile, Chloe is more happier to see a true M18 smoke grenade.
Drake has a toy gun placed in his shoulder holster which is kept in the attic of his home and can shoot various targets (which amusingly have pictures of foes from previous Uncharted games on them) using ping pong balls. It holds a total of five projectiles that seemingly feed through a magazine even though the toy is based on a revolver and the player is essentially allowed to play with it as long as they want with infinitely-spawning reloads placed around the attic.
Drake finds the toy gun and decides to have a little fun.
One of the treasures that can be found in the Scotland level is a very unusual early 19th century flintlock "lantern pistol." It cannot be used.
19th century flintlock "lantern" pistol - .67 caliber
Viewing the rare Lantern Flintlock.
Queen Anne Flintlock
One of the treasures in the Madagascar stage is a "muff pistol" with a Queen Anne-style turn-off barrel. These were small pistols carried by well-to-do ladies in their handwarmers to protect themselves from ne'er-do-wells.
Pocket size "Queen Anne" breech-loading pistol with detachable barrel
Tower 1871 Percussion Rider Pistol
The Tower 1871 Percussion Rider Pistol is featured in the Lost Legacy as the United India Company Pistol and can be found as a treasure in Chapter 9.
A Tower Model 1871 Percussion Rider Pistol
United India Company Pistol in-game.
A few Wheellock Muskets can be seen on gun displays in Chapter 16: The Brothers Drake.
Wheellock Musket (16th/17th centuries)
Two Wheellock Muskets are seen under an unknown rifle or musket fitted with a grenade launching cup for a Brown Bess flintlock, another two are seen above the Lee-Enfield rifle.
Wheellock Musket at the very top.
A strange, short barreled Jezail Musket can be seen on a gun display in Chapter 16: The Brothers Drake.
The chopped down Jezail Musket under the Wheellock Musket and to the right of the Blunderbuss.
Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I (T)
Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I (T) rifles can be seen on gun displays in Chapter 16: The Brothers Drake.
Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I (T) - .303 British
A Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I is trying to hide in the shadows at the bottom of the rack.
Another Lee-Enfield of the same model is seen later on in the level.
Mosin Nagant M91/30 Sniper Rifle
Mosin Nagant M91/30 Sniper Rifle can be seen on gun displays in Chapter 16: The Brothers Drake.
Full-length, Mosin Nagant M91/30 Sniper Rifle with Russian PU 3.5x sniper scope and down turned bolt handle - 7.62x54mm R
Among the various muskets a Mosin Nagant M91/30 can be seen.
Martini-Action Target Rifle
A sporting/target rifle based on the Martini-Henry action is another rifle in the Chapter 16 gun displays.
Swiss military-style Martini Schuetzen
rifle by Schlaepfer - .41 Swiss Rimfire. Similar to the rifle in-game.
The Martini is the fourth rifle down; it's similar to the reference image, but with barrel bands, and without the Schuetzen
-style curved buttplate, instead rather bafflingly featuring a musket's stock-mounted patchbox. It also has no apparent front sight.
The gun collection also includes a Schuetzen Rifle, a type of competition shooting rifle popularised in the US by German immigrants in the 19th century.
Percussion Schuetzen Rifle by John Meunier with 20th century chrome plating on metal parts - .39 caliber
Above the Mosin Nagant M91/30.
George J Tibbert Revolving Rifle
A George J Tibbert Revolving Rifle can be seen on a gun display in Chapter 16: The Brothers Drake. Since this mission is a flashback taking place when Drake was young (presumably the 1980s or so) this is anachronistic, since the rifle entered production in 2006.
George J Tibbert Revolving Rifle
George J Tibbert Revolving Rifle is seen in the center.
At least two Blunderbusses can be seen on gun displays in Chapter 16: The Brothers Drake.