Shadow Warrior 2 is the sequel to the 2013 video game Shadow Warrior from Flying Wild Hog and Devolver Digital. This sequel introduces 4-player co-op gameplay and semi-procedurally generated levels.
The following weapons appear in the video game Shadow Warrior 2:
Lo Wang's starting sidearm is a 6-inch Colt Anaconda with Hogue Grips. It is identified as an Anaconda by its name, 'Devolver Anaconda'. (A reference to both the games publisher, 'Devolver Digital', and the Anaconda itself.)
Colt Anaconda with 6" Barrel and Hogue Grips - .44 Magnum
Lo Wang pulls out an Anaconda after a demon trashes his precious car.
The Anaconda in first person.
Lo Wang fires his Revolver, with an appropriate level of recoil.
Wang reloads his Anaconda. Notice all the unspent casings.
A nice view of the Revolver in Weapons Management screen.
Smith & Wesson 4505
The "Swift & Messon" is a S&W 4505 with a stainless steel slide (from a similar S&W 4506). It holds 18 rounds instead of the correct 8.
Smith & Wesson 4505 - .45 ACP
The 4505 with a 4506's slide and wooden grips. The extractor is too short compared to the real life version.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
The Desert Eagle Mark XIX appears as "Point Five-O" and is equipped with a compensator and custom skeleton hammer. Holds an impossible 12 rounds in the magazine. Some Yakuza members can be seen dual-wielding this pistol.
Desert Eagle Mk XIX in brushed chrome finish and with a muzzle brake - .50 AE
A dropped Desert Eagle pistol.
Lo Wang wields a Desert Eagle pistol. The hammer correctly stays cocked after each shot.
"New clip, new life."
Lo Wang pulls the slide of his Deagle.
Lo Wang dual-wielding two Desert Eagles.
Looking at the Desert Eagle in the Weapon Management screen shows the custom grips.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
The Heckler & Koch MP7A1 returns from the prequel; this time a golden version known as "Wang Touch" can be obtained in the Deluxe Edition of the game. Strangely, the Steam store page refers to it as "MP7".
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 - 4.6x30mm
Lo Wang with the golden MP7A1 modded to deal bonus acid damage. The default ammo capacity is 90 rounds, however this particular MP7 is equipped with a gem that boosts the capacity to 98 rounds.
Lo Wang reloads the "Wang Touch". It's worth noting that the ejection port is on the wrong side. Also, the selector markings are missing, so no wonder the gun is set to "safe"...
Wanglopedia entry of the MP7A1.
The MAC-10 appears as the "Sidekick" and features a vertical grip that is attached to a quad-rail system around the barrel. Holds 90 rounds.
Lo Wang and his "Sidekick".
Regular MAC-10 used by the Yakuza. The quad-rail system is the "Short RIS Kit" made by X-Fire Japan for Tokyo Marui airsoft MAC-10s. Tiny mock suppressor also included. Kudos to Flying Wild Hog for including highly detailed world models of the guns - you can even see the safety switch inside the trigger guard.
Wanglopedia entry for the MAC-10.
Promotional image of Lo Wang dual-wielding two custom MAC-10s.
Lo Wang's new pals ready to kick ass.
Colt Model 727
The Colt Model 727 appears as the "AMCAR Rifle" in the Bounty Hunt Part 1 DLC. Its name is a reference to Payday 2, although the rifle in that game was modeled off the Colt Model 733.
Colt Model 727 "M16A2 Carbine" - 5.56x45mm
The Model 727 in the weapon menu, with a foregrip attached to the handguard.
Heckler & Koch G36K
The G36K appears as the "AR-53" and features a 15.4 inch "CQB" barrel, vertical grip, and S-E-F trigger group. It holds 60 rounds by default, comes equipped with railed carrying handle, and has only 2 vent holes instead of 4.
Heckler & Koch G36K with German SEF trigger group - 5.56x45mm NATO
Lo Wang opens fire with his G36K.
Lo Wang pulls the charging handle. Note the selector set to safe and the ejection port on the wrong side.
Aiming with the G36K. A pretty much pointless feature in this game.
Wanglopedia entry of the G36K.
The "Tactical Bullet Spewing Machine" (TBSM) is another assault rifle added in the Bounty Hunter Part 1 DLC. It appears to be a customized (and left-handed) Colt Model 933 carbine.
Colt Model 933 w/ Aimpoint M68 sight, railed handguard, and Surefire M900 foregrip - 5.56x45mm NATO
The TBSM in the weapon menu, with scope, foregrip and suppressor.
The "Puncher" and "Boner" automatic shotguns are based on the Armsel Striker.
Armsel Striker shotgun - 12 gauge.
Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun
A sawed-off double-barreled shotgun appears as "The Stick of Doom".
A Stevens 1960s SBS with the barrels sawed-off - 12 Gauge (Photoshopped). Made from one of MPM's pictures.
Lo Wang wields the shotgun one handed, at a nearly centered point of view like Doom's super shotgun.
Lo Wang reloads the shotgun.
Wanglopedia entry of the shotgun. Note the two triggers.
The "Hauer" is a shotgun that does appear to be based on the Winchester Model 1912, however it has an exposed hammer like the Winchester Model 1897, shorted magazine tube with cap as the Remington 870, and ghost ring sight.
Winchester Model 1912 "Trench Gun" with heat shield and bayonet lug - 12 gauge
Lo Wang explores one of the semi-procedurally generated levels with the Hauer.
Lo Wang pumps the Hauer. This is a promotional screenshot, a.k.a. a "bullshot".
Wanglopedia entry of the shotgun. Note the relief of the receiver, unique to the M1912. The name is likely a reference to Rutger Hauer
, who starred in the film Hobo with a Shotgun
The "Shogun" is a pump-action shotgun resembling a 17th century Blunderbuss/Axe combo gun. It has a 5-shot tubular magazine. The axe certainly looks good, but it cannot be used to melee enemies.
For comparison, a real life "Axe Gun" from the 17th century. Inspiration for the "Shogun" probably came from this or a similar Axe Gun.
Lo Wang wields the fancy "Shogun".
Alternative reload animation; Lo Wang flips the shotgun and lobs the shells into the loading port.
A better view of the "Shogun".
A customized M60 with golden parts, known as "MG Triple-6", is an available option.
M60 machine gun with bipod extended - 7.62x51mm NATO
Lo Wang reloads the custom M60 after emptying the whole belt into the Yakuza. Note that, instead of attaching to the side-mounted bracket (the flat vertical plate just left of the belt feed opening), the belt box is incorrectly mounted to the bottom of the receiver, in front of the trigger guard...
...which, as can be seen in the Weapon Management screen, apparently requires the pistol grip to be shifted backwards so far that the stock is nigh-on unusable.
Portable Minigun known as "Raven".
General Electric M134 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Lo Wang wields a Minigun upgraded to deal extra poison damage.
Wanglopedia entry of the Minigun.
Carl Gustav M3
A stylized Carl Gustav M3 appears as the "The Last Kiss Goodbye".
Carl Gustav M3 - 84x246mmR
Render of the Carl Gustav.
M79 Grenade Launcher
The M79 grenade launcher appears as "One-Trick Pony".
M79 grenade launcher - 40x46mm
Lo Wang wields an M79 grenade launcher.
Wanglopedia entry of the M79.
Milkor MGL Mk 1L
The Milkor MGL Mk 1L rotary grenade launcher appears as "The Duke". It does not have any kind of sights attached. The 6-shot cylinder makes it a good choice for crowd control or fighting elites.
Milkor MGL Mk 1L in tan finish with Armson OEG reflex sight - 40x46mm
Lo Wang with a black MGL Mk 1L grenade launcher that deals extra fire damage.
An MGL Mk 1L deployed by Wang as an auto-turret. Most weapons can be deployed to attack enemies on their own, at a reduced rate of fire.
Wanglopedia entry of the MGL Mk 1L.
Mosin Nagant M91/30
Multiple Mosin Nagant rifles are seen at Larry's gun shop.
Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
Lo Wang checks out three Mosin Nagant rifles while holding a futuristic "Deck-ARD" plasma revolver.
A crate of Mosin Nagants outside the gun shop. The text on the side reads: "Mosin Rifle Pattern 1891/30 Year. Weight Gross 116 kg. Weight Net 97 kg. Pieces: 10"
A Gatling Gun is seen at the entrance of Larry's gun shop.
Colt Gatling Gun with Bruce Feed Guide - .45-70
A Gatling Gun outside Larry's gun shop.