Even while kneeling, it is possible to roll side to side while holding R1 by pressing left or right on the left analog. Getting a high Weapon Skill increases the ability with weapons and grants more versatility when used. On a shell-by-shell basis, the firepower and range are only a bit greater than the regular shotgun. Rounds per reload: 17 34 with two guns Damage: 25 Silenced 9mm - Pretty much the same gun as above, only with an added silencer giving you the advantage of insert drum roll here stealth. While it does a lovely job of setting enemies, cars, and, well, everything on fire, one runs the risk of burning themself as well. Vibrator 1 - At the time of writing, I've yet to see this in the game. With only two shots between a rather lengthy reload, a gun really needs to make its mark to be worthwhile.
In situations where one must move around a lot, especially indoors with lots of obstacles, night-vision is usually the best way to go. Shovels are usually found in places where bodies are put into the ground, so apparently somebody has been using them according to the directions. Katana - When it's time to feed your inner Samurai, Burger Shot and Cluckin' Bell just won't do the trick like a katana. After the bombs are used up, the detonator is discarded from your inventory. Any way you look at it, there's much fun to be had here. That said, the reload time on this weapon is a little bit longer than the regular rifle, but the addition of a scope makes every shot well worth the wait.
Whether you choose to use it to honorably fight rival gangs in true feudal Japanese style, or you piss on thousands of years of Bushido tradition to brutally hack up peds, this sword is a great choice. Nick one off a cop or find one in a police station locker room. With some luck though, such hazards can be used to your advantage; be it enemies catching other enemies on fire, or setting up a defensive wall of flame around you. Press and hold R1 to bring up the scope, then use R2 and L2 to zoom in and out, and of course the right analog stick to line up the shot. This time around, the camera is not only used in a few missions and side quests, it actually has some fun uses in and of itself.
Continue holding down R1 and center the viewfinder on the target. Even with a not-so-direct-hit, the wide spread of projectiles can and will knock down or stop an enemy long enough to finish them off. Or if it's not to your liking at first, practice with it a lot until you reach the Hitman skill level, and you'll be able to fire two at once with an extended auto-target range. Big, pointy, and fast enough to get in close and slice someone up before they really know what hit 'em. Likewise can be said of the one in the game, as it gives machine pistol-esque abilities such as drive-by's and ease of movement and strafing while shooting, along with deadly power and accuracy.
The following table lists weapons based on their types and categories assigned to them in the files. Oh, and you can always find one in the upstairs bedroom at the Johnson House in Ganton should you need some paint. I will add all user-found weapons here! The Desert Eagle is even deadly when out of auto-lock range, as a proficient shooter can fire in free target mode and still achieve one shot kills. Especially in areas with lots of grass and such. © , 1999 - 2019. Weapons List The weapons and items of San Andreas are divided up into ten classes or groups. For best results, aim at the base of the fire and continue spraying until it goes out.
Between missions which require you to go unnoticed, or just capping rival gang members before their boys notice, this gun rocks. Skateboard - Before you ask, no, it's not in the game. Green progresses to orange, which progresses to red, and finally black upon the target's death. The third round has a moving target that everyone is shooting at, the shooter with the most number of hits wins. A particularly useful addition is the , which is perfect for stealth maneuvering another new feature , as it attracts less attention. If you're not careful, you might also end up causing a chain reaction in congested areas which ends with exploded cars all about and lots of police attention. Another key feature is the targeting lock that changes color as the target's health decreases.
Do you want to have the Silenced Pistol for the first mission? Weapons Here is a list of the available weapon slots, and the weapons that can be used in those slots. Could also prove useful when fighting trainers at various gyms around the state. There are also two key improvements in weapon handling, as compared to : assisted aiming and dual-weapon wielding. Best for use in close range situations, the shotgun delivers a powerful volley of buckshot which will knock an enemy on their ass with one good hit. After equipping the goggles, you're free to switch to another weapon so as to freely take out enemies you couldn't have seen otherwise. At some point or another, it would be a good idea to deploy the parachute by pressing circle.
And make its mark it does- on anyone within about 35° of where you're pointing! And, like the other guns, crouching will provide a more stable position to fire from. Using the paint is really quite simple, just hold R1 to target a tag or ped, if you really want to , and hold circle until the tag is finished. The weapon is behind the trash bin. Hitting R1 with this won't invoke an auto-target reticle, but instead skips straight to a free-aim mode like that of its assault flavored brethren. To the concern of San Andreas' police forces, the M4 is readily available at Ammu-Nations across the state.
Vibrator 2 - Another as-of-yet unseen gift item. Like the cell phone above, it's only listed here to complete the list, and for the sake of clarity. The weapon will allow the player the pinpoint accuracy to target an opponents specific body parts or vehicle tires. For the most part, you'll just be using it to beat the stuffing out of people. Dildo 1 - Most girls like dildos too, though few will openly admit it, and even fewer still would appreciate this as a gift on a first date. A single well-placed round will cause any car in San Andreas to explode—aim for the gas cap to find out how decidedly badass this new feature is in action. One shot is usually all it takes to blow up any car or group of cars for that matter , although there are a number of vehicles which require multiple hits to destroy, such as tanks and armored vans.
By selecting them from your item list and pressing circle to equip or unequip later , the screen turns a rather psychedelic set of blue, purple, pink, and red hues; with blue being cold and red being hot, of course. All ammo between the guns is now shared, and reloading happens automatically. There are over 170+ weapon spawning areas in the game some in the most unusual and hard to reach places and I will describe all of them as best as I can. In mission situations where you're required to take pics, the circle button takes the picture and you're done. In the hands of a skilled user, this weapon can prove to be quite hazardous to all involved- including said user. And while the above is used in an absurd slapping manner, this one behaves in a knife-like movement when used aggressively.