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The Last of Us Part II

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The Last of Us Part II
Release Date: 2020
Developer: Naughty Dog
Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
Series: The Last of Us
Platforms: PlayStation 4
Genre: Action-adventure
Survival horror

The Last of Us Part II is an action-adventure survival horror game developed by Naughty Dog and sequel to 2013's The Last of Us.

Five years after the events of the first game, Ellie (portrayed by Ashley Johnson) and Joel are enjoying a peaceful life among a community of survivors in Jackson, Wyoming. However, this peace is shattered by an act of brutal violence that spurs Ellie to journey to the ruins of Seattle, Washington in order to seek justice and vengeance.

The sequel features many of the gameplay concepts from the first game, such as scarce and precious ammo, using stealth to outmaneuver enemies, and crafting improvised weapons using scavenged materials.

The following weapons can be seen in the video game The Last of Us Part II:


Taurus PT92AFS

A stainless Taurus PT92AFS with wooden grips serves as Ellie's primary handgun, known simply as "Semi-Auto Pistol". Distinguished from a Beretta 92FS Inox by its frame mounted safety, the gun features a rounded trigger guard, commonly found on some Beretta models like the 92X, 92A1, the 92S/SB and the original 92. A new feature allows Ellie to craft an improvised suppressor out of a water bottle. This ad-hoc suppressor will, rather understandably, only function for a limited number of shots before breaking. It starts with a paltry 6 round magazine capacity, which can be upgraded to hold 10 rounds. However, this is still short of the Taurus' standard 15 round magazine capacity. A standard black model is frequently used by survivors.

Taurus PT92AFS with wood grips - 9x19mm
The Taurus being examined by Ellie at a workbench. Note the wooden grips and the trademark of the fictional manufacturer "Nicotera" on the slide.

When fitted with the Stability upgrade, the wooden grips are replaced by a pair of standard black grips. Also, fitting the Fire Rate upgrade will replace the standard stainless controls and hammer with blued parts, just like an American-made Beretta 92FS Inox. Funnily enough, the default pistol has a Beretta skeletonized hammer, and upgrading the pistol replaces it with the standard solid factory hammer. A compensator is also available to decrease recoil.

American made Beretta 92FS Inox, note the black controls (slide release, thumb safety, safety switch, hammer, magazine release button, rear sight, trigger), magazine bottom plate, grip, and Allen/hex grip screws distinguishing it from the Italian 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
Taurus PT92AFS with black plastic grips - 9x19mm
Ellie trades the wooden grip for something more modern. In this image, the PT92 has also been fitted with the Extended Magazine upgrade. While the magazine looks to be a 20-rounder, it only allows for a capacity half that.

Browning Hi-Power

The Browning Hi-Power is carried by Dina and Jesse as their sidearm. Some hostile survivors also carry one.

Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian manufacture) - 9x19mm Parabellum
Dina holds her Browning Hi Power pistol. The strongest resemblance to the Hi Power is most evident in the slide and ring hammer.

Colt M1911A1

A Colt M1911A1 with a blue grip is used by Manny.

World War II Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Manny in cover with his 1911.
The 1911 in the model viewer. Notice the "Wolf" markings.

"Military Pistol"

Abby's sidearm of choice is a polymer-framed pistol that appears to mostly be a hybrid of a Glock 17, a Steyr M-series pistol, and a Caracal F. Stat-wise, it is identical to Ellie's Beretta, and has the same upgrades; this includes the puny 6-round magazine that can be upgraded to 10 rounds.

4th Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Steyr M9-A1 - 9x19mm
Caracal F - 9x19mm
The basic "Military Pistol".
The "Military Pistol" fitted with an improvised (and unrealistically effective) suppressor composed of a rag, a plastic soda bottle, and some duct tape. Given that the pistol's barrel doesn't protrude past its slide, it isn't particularly clear what part of the gun this suppressor is actually attached to.

Taurus Model 66

The Taurus Model 66 revolver returns from the first game, again under the simple moniker of "Revolver". It starts with a short barrel that appears to be around 2.5", but can be fitted with a longer barrel that increases damage. The Model 66 is also used by Joel and some hostile survivors. Abby briefly uses the revolver in Santa Barbara.

Taurus Model 66 - .357 Magnum
The stock Model 66 at the workbench. It was apparently made by "Gator International Manufacturing" and is a "Model 924".

Thompson Center Arms Contender

The Thompson Center Arms Contender appears as the "Hunting Pistol". It is one of the few weapons that has craftable ammunition, which apparently only require a "blade" and "explosive" to manufacture.

Thompson Center Arms Contender - .45-70
Abby examining the pistol at a workbench.
An upgraded Contender. This has pistol has been fitted with the Stability upgrade, which replaces the synthetic grips with wooden ones, and a 4x scope.

SIG-Sauer P226R/Ruger P-series Hybrid

After losing her backpack and all of her weapons, Abby briefly uses a pistol that appears to be a mixture of a SIG-Sauer P226R and a Ruger P-series pistol. Some hostile survivors also carry one.

SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm
Ruger P89 - 9x19mm
Abby holding the pistol. The safety/decocker, sights, hammer, and slide stop appear to be from a Ruger P-series, and the frame resembles that of a SIG-Sauer P226R.
The hybrid handgun on the ground after Ellie killed its previous owner and scavenged its ammunition.

Submachine Guns


A modified SIG-Sauer MPX appears as the "Silenced Submachine Gun" which Ellie manages to fight off of a member of the Rattlers, a gang of raiders inhabiting Santa Barbara, California. It is the final weapon to be found and the only fully automatic weapon in the game. It cannot be upgraded. As part of a running theme, it holds 20 rounds despite being modeled with a 30-round magazine. Other Rattlers use the MPX as well. Its appearance in the setting of the game is rather unlikely as the MPX was revealed to the public at SHOT Show in January 2013 and was released in 2015, while the fungal pandemic that destroyed civilization began in September 2013. The weapon has an MPX Gen 1's Picatinny rail and an MPX Gen 2 style ejection port.

Highly effective for both stealth and combat, the MPX boasts a high rate of fire coupled with a suppressor that does not degrade.

SIG-Sauer MPX SBR, Gen 2 - 9x19mm
Ellie with the MPX.
Ellie aims the MPX at one of the Rattlers (credited as "Large Rattler" in the game) who made the unfortunate mistake of trying to capture her.


Double Barreled Shotgun O/U

A shotgun that resembles a Baikal MP-27M-1C O/U is available for Abby to use. Unlike Ellie's Remington, this shotgun can fire incendiary ammunition that can also be crafted.

Baikal MP-27M-1C O/U - 12 gauge
Abby firing the O/U Shotgun with incendiary rounds.
(Most of) the Over-Under shotgun at a work bench.

Double Barreled Shotgun Side by Side

A side-by-side Double Barreled Shotgun occasionally shows up in the hands of Seraphites, a hostile primitivist cult that inhabits Seattle. Shotgun shells can be collected from fallen weapons, but the guns themselves cannot be used. Abby, however, briefly uses a double-barreled with sawed-off barrels in Santa Barbara.

Stoeger/IGA Coach imported side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
A double-barreled shotgun on the ground. It features two triggers that are a bit too close to each other.
Abby trades the over-under shotgun for the side-by-side variety.

Remington 870

A Remington 870 with a sawed-off stock and barrel acts as Ellie's primary shotgun. A full-sized Remington 870 is used by Joel. The sawed-off variety is encountered in the hands of hostile survivors. Manny can also be seen with one when he helps Abby find Owen.

Photoshopped Remington 870 Police Magnum with a sawed-off stock - 12 gauge
Ellie clears a house with her Remington 870 during a gameplay demo.
Ellie's sawed-off Remington at a workbench. This shotgun is apparently a "Westcott 6", "Model 924", like the Taurus.
Remington 870 Express Tactical with synthetic furniture and factory-extended 7-shot tube - 12 gauge
Joel aims his shotgun at infected.
A full-size Remington 870 previously used by a Rattler.



The suppressed IMI Galil SAR is snatched from the Rattler armory by one of the prisoners Ellie inadvertently freed. It can't be used in-game.

IMI Galil SAR - 5.56x45mm NATO
The prisoner closest to Ellie with the IMI Galil.

Marlin Model 336

Jesse carries a Marlin Model 336 as his long gun of choice.

Marlin 336A Carbine - .30-30 Carbine
Jesse takes aim with his Marlin during a shootout with Washington Liberation Front militiamen.

Molot Vepr

An AK-style rifle in a configuration strongly resembling that of the Molot Vepr appears as the "Semi-Auto Rifle". It is used exclusively by Abby, who is issued one at the beginning of the chapter "The Stadium". The rifle is fitted with a 10 round magazine by default that holds 9 rounds and can also be upgraded to fire in 3-round bursts, supposedly achieved by "modify[ing] the trigger". The Vepr in Part II is visually almost identical to the "Variable Rifle" from the first game's Factions mode.

Vepr-308 hunting carbine - 7.62x51mm (.308 Win)
Molot VPO-212-01 - .366TKM
Saiga-12K Tactical - 12 gauge
A WLF trooper on duty with a Vepr. The game's Vepr features a front sight and barrel from the "alternative" Vepr line (and the latter is taken from the .366 TKM version due to the shape), and a vented handguard from a Saiga Tactical.
The fully upgraded Vepr.
Abby aims an upgraded Vepr. The rifle has been fitted with both the Stability and Burst Fire upgrades, which replace the stock and handguard, respectively, with synthetic parts. The Extended Magazine upgrade is also applied, which fits the Vepr with a 20 round 5.45mm AK magazine that holds 12 rounds. Also note the red markings on the fire selector, indicating the rifle can now be toggled between semi and burst fire modes. As the Vepr is a semi-automatic rifle with a two-position fire selector, it seems adding the burst fire mode has replaced the safety!

Remington 700 BDL

The Remington 700 BDL appears as the "Bolt-Action Rifle" and is first given to Ellie by Jessie before she and Dina go out on patrol. As with the Winchester Model 70 in The Last of Us, it starts out with iron sights but can be fitted with a sniper scope. Unlike in the first game, the weapon's action is now correctly cycled after each shot. It starts with a 3 round capacity but can be upgraded to use a detachable magazine that holds 6 rounds and speeds up the reload time. When upgrading the damage, the rifle's barrel is swapped out for a barrel with a flash hider and removes the front sight, however it retains the rear iron sight. In early development of the game, the rifle was modelled after the Remington 700 CDL.

Remington 700 BDL- .30-06.
Ellie closes the action of her Remington 700 BDL after fitting a scope on it. Note the leather sling and swivel is attached on the stock grip opposite of the bolt handle.
Remington Model 700 CDL - .300 Win Mag
Ellie with the Remington 700 CDL at a workbench. This is an in-game early development of the rifle as it features an olive Soviet style sling which is looped properly on the stock's built in sling swivels.
An official artwork of Ellie with the Remington 700 CDL.

Ruger Mini-14

A rifle that heavily resembles the Ruger Mini-14 with green synthetic furniture is frequently used by members of the Washington Liberation Front, a hostile militia that occupies Seattle. Despite their semi-automatic, detachable magazine-fed nature being an upgrade over her bolt-action Remington, Ellie cannot use these rifles though she can obtain the ammo from them for her Remington 700.

Blued Ruger Mini-14 Standard Model Semiautomatic Rifle (Pre-2005) with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
The Mini-14ish rifle next to its deceased former user. The main differences in design are the sights, lack of heat shield, different barrel design, and the placement of a charging handle under the right side of the action. It also appears to be using 20 round magazines. Also, note that this rifle appears to have 3 different iron sights- a rear sight, front sight, and what appears to be an adjustable AK-style rear sight between them.

Springfield Armory M1A

Tommy uses a scoped rifle based on the Mini-14 above, but with wooden furniture and a flash hider that gives it a strong resemblance to the Springfield Armory M1A. It is used by Ellie in a flashback to snipe infected. In a nice touch, Ellie has to actually compensate for bullet drop due to the much longer distances at which she's shooting. Tommy is later seen using this rifle in Seattle, but it is knocked out of his hands into the ocean and lost while struggling with Abby.

Springfield M1A - .308 Winchester. Note the notch where the fire selector would be.
Tommy with his rifle. Notably, the gas cylinder and barrel have swapped places, similar to a FN Model 1949 rifle.
Tommy sights up some distant infected. This rifle retains many of the odd design cues of the Mini-14 based rifle, including the 3 iron sights. The action and placement of the charging handle give it some resemblance to the SVT-40.

Unknown Rifle

This semi-auto rifle is used by Dina. It seems loosely based on rare high-end rifles based on the AK-74 design, such as the MTs-551 and Baikal Izyubr. The magazine resembles the one seen on Medved-3 and Medved-4 carbines. It becomes usable in the Remaster.




Ellie can use a bow and arrow for silent takedowns of hostile survivors and infected. The bow in Part II can also use explosive arrows.

Ellie prepares to let loose on a hammer-wielding cultist in a pre-release screenshot.
A prone Ellie lines up a shot on a hostile survivor.

Custom Crossbow

What appears to be a custom-built crossbow is Abby's equivalent to the bow and arrow.

The custom crossbow at a workbench.
The crossbow fully upgraded.

Fictional Flamethrower

Abby can find a fictional flamethrower on the corpse of a long-dead FEDRA trooper in a hotel overrun by infected. Unlike the flamethrower in the previous game, this model appears to be a purpose-built weapon rather than a DIY job. It has some elements from the M2 Flamethrower, most notably the front shield cap and ignition ring.

Abby aims the flamethrower. She swears the building in the background was on fire when she arrived.

Unusable Weapons


An illustration of an AK-47 is seen on the cover of a skill book found in Abby's chapters.

Type 3 AK-47 with laminated stock - 7.62x39mm
David Versus Goliath - A Comprehensive History of Guerrilla Warfare by Dr. Anna Orlov. The cover depicts an AK in the hands of what is presumably a Vietcong guerrilla based on the details and context of the book.

Henry 1860

The Tipsy Bison's sign in Jackson features two Henry 1860 rifles.

Henry 1860 brass-frame - .44 Rimfire (RF)

SIG SG 552/Heckler & Koch G36C Hybrid

A survival magazine Ellie finds that unlocks additional skills features the "GX3-9" assault rifle from Uncharted 4 on the cover. This hybrid rifle appears to be a mixture of the SG 552 and G36C rifles.

SIG SG 552 - 5.56x45mm
Heckler & Koch G36C with an attached EOTech sight - 5.56x45mm
The camouflage lesson being taught here is disguising which European assault rifle is on the cover of this magazine.

M1A1 Abrams

Ellie and Dina will happen upon several derelict M1A1 Abrams tanks throughout their time in Seattle. In addition to the prominent "FEDRA" markings, small USMC markings can also be seen on it. Ellie will comment that she's familiar with the M1, but has never seen one in action.


M16-Type Rifles

A mural at the stadium shows several Wolves with M16-type rifles.


M18A1 Claymore

Rather oversized M18A1 Claymores are rigged up as explosive trip mines throughout Seattle by the WLF. They are detonated when an attached tripwire is broken. Ellie can either avoid them or detonate them by shooting the mine or simply throwing a brick or bottle at it.

M18A1 Claymore anti-personnel mine with command cable and M57 'clacker' detonator switch
A Claymore lurking near an abandoned car.

Naval Cannon

A muzzle-loaded naval cannon is seen as part of a display in the aquarium.


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