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The Order: 1886

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The Order: 1886
Offical Boxart
Release Date: 2015
Developer: Ready at Dawn
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Platforms: Playstation 4
Genre: Third-Person Shooter

The Order: 1886 is a video game set in an alternate history London that follows the exploits of a group of legendary protectors of the British realm named 'The Order'. Members of 'The Order' are disciples of the Knights of the Round Table and Arthur himself and are tasked with protecting the people of England from a multitude of threats including 'Half-Breeds' which is the name they use to describe werewolves and vampires.

Nearly all of the weapons featured are highly anachronistic, as the game is set before public knowledge of stable smokeless powder, but they are generally given a steampunk makeover to make them look appropriate in the alternate history setting.

The following weapons appear in the video game The Order: 1886:



Webley Mk II

The first weapon you will find in the game is a Webley .455 Mk II revolver, which is called the "Mk 1 Service Revolver" in-game. This weapon is anachronistic by 8 years. In-game animations portray this revolver as having a cocked hammer after every shot fired, despite this Webley being a double-action revolver that clearly lacks an auto-revolver mechanism, and the player character never physically cocking it.

Webley Mk II - .455 Webley
The 'Mk 1 Service Revolver' on the ground. Note the rounded grip, the Mk I has a "bird head" shaped grip
Much to his chagrin Sir Galahad finds that someone has forgotten to load the Service Revolver.
Sir Galahad with the Revolver.

Borchardt C-93

The Borchardt C-93 is seen as the standard issue for Knights of 'The Order', and is called the 'C-78 Autoloading Pistol'. This weapon is anachronistic by approximately 7 years, and holds 9 rounds in-game, 1 more than its real-life counterpart.

Borchardt C-93 - 7.65 Borchardt
The 'C-78 Autoloading Pistol' on the ground.
Sir Galahad with his 'C-78 Autoloading Pistol'.

Colt Dragoon

The Colt Dragoon appears in the later half of the game as the 'M4 Dragoon Revolver' and is the strongest handgun in the game, killing most enemies with a single round. The weapon is a fictional top-break (like the Webley revolver) version of the Colt Dragoon 3rd model; as stated in the game, "this revolver was built as an upgrade to the older M3 Dragoons", which implies that the 'M4 Dragoon Revolver' is a further development of the Colt Dragoon 3rd model in the game universe. It is worth noting that although it is technically cartridge converted, the revolver in the game is still modeled on the basis of the original percussion model with a cylinder with cap slots (which would actually make it incompatible with metal cartridges), and with a loading lever. Any cylinder latch is also missing.

Colt Dragoon 3rd model - .44 cal
The 'M4 Dragoon Revolver' as it appears in the game.
The Revolver on the ground.
Sebastians revolver lies on the table.
Marquis de Lafayette aims his Dragoon.
Sir Galahad with the Dragoon.
Reloading, without thinking how it should work.

Mauser C96

A Mauser C96 with an M712-style detachable magazine appears in-game as the 'C-81 Maschinepistole'. It is modeled with the hammer of the early C96 prototype as well as its stepped barrel, and is select-fire despite not having a fire selector. It is anachronistic by about 10 years, though detachable magazine versions appeared even later. The in-game weapon holds 25 rounds in its modelled 20-round magazine.

Early Mauser C96 prototype - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Concept art of the 'C-81'. Note that this has a fire selector similar to that of an Astra 903 machine pistol, and no magazine release.
The 'C-81' on the ground. Now it has a magazine release but no fire selector.
Sir Galahad with the Mauser.

"Duelist Revolver"

The 'Duelist Revolver' is a fictional double-barreled revolver with a 10-round cylinder. Conceptually, it appears to be inspired by actual double-barreled revolvers such as the Lefaucheux double-barreled revolver or the Henrion, Dassy, and Heuschen revolver; whth the grips and trigger of a Lancaster-made Howdah Pistol. In-game, it fires two shots sequentially in a short burst per trigger pull, rather than two at once as one might reasonably expect, or one shot per trigger pull like the real double-barreled revolvers.

Lefaucheux double-barreled revolver - 7.65 mm pinfire
Henrion, Dassy, and Heuschen revolver - 6.35mm
Lancaster Howdah Pistol - .476 CF
The "Duelist Revolver" as it appears in-game...
...and as it appears lying in the dirt. Note the very short trigger travel, which is highly implausible for a double-action mechanism.
Sir Galahad eyeing the mutated revolver with suspicion.
Reloading the revolver is accomplished with the help of a rather large speedloader. Note the extremely thin trigger group.

British 1756 Light Dragoon Pistol

A British 1756 Light Dragoon Pistol is seen in Lord Hastings Showcase.

British 1756 Light Dragoon Pistol - .68 caliber.
The Pistol in the showcase.

Submachine Guns

Bergmann MP35/I (hybrid)

The "M85 Automatisch" appears to be based on the Bergmann MP35/I (a design that wouldn't come around for another 49 years), albeit with a Bergmann MP18's charging handle, and a vertical magazine well that takes drum magazines seemingly based on those used in the German-issued Fl.-S.-K. 15 variant of the Mondragón Modelo 1908.

Bergmann MP35/I - 9x19mm Parabellum
Bergmann MP18 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Mondragón Fl.-S.-K. 15 with 30-round drum magazine - 7x57mm Mauser
Concept art of the "M85 Automatisch". Note the slightly stretched-out receiver and comparably-compressed drum; exactly what sort of cartridge this thing is supposed to be chambered for is anybody's guess.
The M85 on the ground.
Sir Galahad prepares to fight some half-breeds with his half-breed automatic. Note that, unlike either of the submachine guns it draws influence from, the M85 Automatisch fires from a closed bolt.
Smacking in a new drum; here, the bolt is locked back.
Alastair D'Argyll with an M85, giving a good view of the distinctive not-quite-round offset drum.


Chiappa Triple Threat

The 'Three Crown' Coach Gun in-game appears to be based on the Chiappa Triple Threat shotgun, the in-game version fires all 3 barrels at once. It is anachronistic by over 100 years.

Chiappa Triple Threat - 12 gauge
Concept art of the 'Three Crown' Coach Gun
The 'Three Crown' on the ground. Note the double trigger, perhaps an explanation for how it fires three rounds with one trigger pull, it could trigger all three strikers to drop, bypassing any ratcheting mechanism is built into the weapon.
Sir Galahad with the shotgun.

Browning Auto-5

The Browning Auto-5 appears as 'RA-5 Repeating Shotgun'. It is anachronistic by about 19 years.

Browning Auto-5 (pre-WW2) in Sporting/Field configuration - 12 gauge
The RA-5 as it appears in the game.
The RA-5 on the gound. The in-game model is actually quite accurate to the real firearm, although the earliest Brownings were most commonly straight stocks without a pistol grip, not this semi-pistol grip style.
Sir Galahad with the RA-5.
Reloading. Possibly for gameplay reasons, the animations are entirely incorrect for this firearm, as the bolt does not lock back on the last shot and it locks back during the animation, and Sir Galahad shoves rounds through the open ejection port/the side of the receiver to reload instead of the proper procedure for an early Auto-5 - namely dropping a round through the locked open ejection port into the chamber or on the lifter, closing the bolt, then flipping the shotgun over and holding down the bolt release button as you load four rounds into the magazine.


"Essex M2 Falchion"

The 'Essex M2 Falchion' is the standard-issue automatic rifle for Knights of 'The Order' and appears to be based on the Molot Vepr with a compressed air "Launcher" attached to the bottom. The magazine seems to be from a Browning Automatic Rifle and the rear sights from a Mauser Gewehr 1898.

SOK-94 Vepr ("Boar") - 7.62x39mm
M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Concept art of the 'Essex M2 Falchion'
The 'Essex M2 Falchion'. Note the double trigger.
Sir Galahad with the 'Essex M2 Falchion'.

Lee-Enfield No. 5 Jungle Carbine

The 'M84 Marksman Carbine' is a Lee-Enfield No. 5 Jungle Carbine. It serves as the game's sniper rifle. It appears with both suppressed and unsuppressed versions. It is anachronistic by 58 years.

Lee-Enfield No. 5 Jungle Carbine - .303 British
Concept art (partially a photograph) of the 'M84' with a suppressor attached.
The 'M84' lying on a table.
Sir Galahad admiring the 'M84'
Sir Galahad admiring the 'M84'
Taking aim with the 'M84'
First-person view down the scope.
Reloading the No. 5.

Pedersen/T1E3 rifle

The Pedersen Rifle appears in the game as the 'M82 Selfloader Carbine'. This weapon is anachronistic for about 34 years.

Pedersen/T1E3 Rifle - .276 Pedersen
The 'M82 Selfloader Carbine' on the ground.
Sir Galahad with the 'M82 Selfloader Carbine'.

Hand Grenades


The grenades in the game, both frag and smoke use the same model, are based on the Model 24 Stielhandgranate, with a few cosmetic alterations such as an unusable blade attachment. While the attached ring on the stick resembles the spoon safety from the earlier Model 15, the warhead itself looks like the British No.3 Mk.1 Hales rifle grenade.

Model 24 Stielhandgranate with fragmentation sleeve.
Model 15 Stielhandgranate with spoon safety.
Concept art of the grenade.
Two stick grenades in-game.

Smoke Grenade

The Smoke Grenade is also based on the Model 24 Stielhandgranate but with a different warhead.

The Smoke grenade thrown by Sir Galahad.


Thermite Gun

The Thermite gun is, rather loosely, based on the Maxim LMG 08/15 "Spandau" with elements of a Lewis Gun and a Vickers K machine gun. It sprays a cloud of thermite that can then be ignited with a flare launcher attached to the underside of the weapon.

LMG 08/15 Air-Cooled - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Lewis Gun - .303 British
Vickers K Machine Gun - .303 British
Concept art of the 'Thermite Gun'
Sir Galahad admiring his new 'Thermite Gun'
Sir Galahad with the 'Thermite Gun'.

TS21 Arc Induction Lance

The 'TS21 Arc Induction Lance' is a completely fictional weapon that appears to have been built out of spare rifle parts by Nikola Tesla.

Concept art of the 'TS21 Arc Induction Lance'.
The TS21 in-game.
Lady Igraine armed with the 'Induction Lance'.
Sir Galahad with the 'Induction Lance'.

TS-17 Detonator

The 'TS-17 Detonator' is also a completely fictional weapon.

The 'TS-17 Detonator' on a table. The buttstock seems to have been modelled on the likeness of the shoulder holster for a Mauser C96.
Sir Galahad with the 'TS-17 Detonator'.

TS-29 Cannon

The 'TS-29 Cannon' is based on the M18 Recoilless Rifle.

M18 Recoilless Rifle - 57mm
Sir Galahad with the 'TS-29 Cannon'.

Repeating Arbalest

The Crossbow in-game is called the 'Repeating Arabalest' and is always scoped, rather than have the bolt loaded one at a time it takes a drum attachment that holds 5 bolt at a time in a similar fashion to the one seen in Van Helsing.

Concept art of the 'Repeating Arabalest'
The crossbow on a table. Note how it resembles modern Twinbow crossbows.
Sir Galahad admiring the 'Repeating Arabalest'.
Sir Galahad with the crossbow.
View through the scope.

Tesla Gun

During the last fight, Nikola Tesla is seen with a fictional weapon. Sir Galahad takes the gun but is disarmed by Alastair.

Sir Galahad with the Tesla Gun.

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