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A portable, shoulder-launched, anti-tank weapon that fires explosive warheads. Very effective for taking down vehicles or large groups of assailants.
Grand Theft Auto V description on Ammu-Nation and Social Club.

The Rocket Launcher or RPG (Rocket Propelled Grenade), is a heavy weapon featured in every Grand Theft Auto game, being the most basic explosive weapon in the series. It is manufactured by Shrewsbury in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online.

Design[]

2D Universe[]

The Grand Theft Auto rendition of the rocket launcher has no obvious real life counterpart, while the Grand Theft Auto: London version looks like a WWII-era Panzerschreck; as for the Grand Theft Auto 2 variant, it look very similar to a Mk 153 SMAW with some differences in the grip.

3D Universe[]

Supposedly illegal. Banned for civilian use. Have been appearing on the streets of Vice City for the past couples of years, Present extreme danger for public order. I thought we sold all of these things to corrupt dictators and people fighting the Russians?
GTA Vice City Website.

In Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, the rocket launcher is modeled after an M72 LAW (Light Anti-Tank Weapon) rocket launcher, with some aesthetic differences (the GTA III version is held by the unfolded end cap underneath and fired through a scope, unlike the real life M72 LAW, whilst the GTA Vice City Stories version has a pistol grip on the underside, which the M72 does not have). In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, the rocket launcher is a Russian RPG-7 portable anti-tank rocket launcher.

Grand Theft Auto IV[]

In Grand Theft Auto IV, the rocket launcher is again modeled after the Russian RPG-7 portable anti-tank grenade launcher; however, it is not fitted with the PGO-7 optical sight usually seen on the launchers. Its front crosshair is more like a standard gun sight.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

Enemy goon or vehicle? It doesn't matter what you target: Point this steel finger of destruction at it, and witness its obliteration.
— Description.

In Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, the Rocket Launcher seems to assume the GTA Vice City Stories design, but incorporating a unique army green scheme with a star decal on it.

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]

In Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, the Rocket Launcher retains the design of the RPG-7, with the exception that the blast port has a hexagonal shape and is more "streamlined", with what looks like a shoulder pad strapped on the rear. In the enhanced version, the front sight is taken from an M136 AT4.

Performance[]

2D Universe[]

The Rocket Launcher is among the most powerful weapons in the games, being able to destroy almost anything that is able to be damaged in one single shot. The chief advantage of this weapon is its destructive power and large area effect (with its blast being capable of inflicting heavy damage several meters away from the point of impact). Although its rockets self-destruct after traveling a certain distance, its range remains impressive. The weapon's disadvantages are its slow aiming, and its potential to seriously injure or kill the operator if a rocket detonates at close range.

The Rocket Launcher can destroy the vast majority of the vehicles, except Tanks or other similar vehicles.

3D Universe[]

The Rocket Launcher again proves its effectiveness at destroying heavy targets and is also able to take out pursuing police helicopters during wanted levels.

Its heavy weight will cause the protagonist to be slowed to a jogging pace and not be able to jump while the weapon is equipped except from Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and onwards. The rocket is also very accurate, as it always travels right where the aiming sight is placed. Much like in the 2D Universe, the Rocket Launcher cannot destroy a Rhino instantly.

3D Universe Overview[]


Weapon Statistics - 3D Universe
Damage Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft)
Ammo Specifications/
Capacity
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed
Weapon.dat
75 100 (GTA Vice City) 50 / 164 (30 / 98.4) (GTA San Andreas, float target range)

55 / 180.4 (30 / 98.4)
55 / 180.4 (40 / 131.2) (GTA San Andreas, weapon range)

1 N/A 1200
(1) (GTA Vice City)
Observed
N/A 47 RPM
(GTA III, Liberty City Stories & Vice City Stories)

46 RPM
(GTA Vice City)
165 RPM [?]

55 RPM (GTA San Andreas)

Cannot be determined 1 rocket Rocket insertion 1.2 seconds

Grand Theft Auto IV[]

Unlike previous games where the player was forced into a stationary first-person perspective, the player aims the launcher from the over-the-shoulder perspective, allowing them to strafe while aiming and while behind cover.

The Rocket Launcher is the most powerful weapon in the game, destroying any target with a direct hit and causing heavy casualities with splash damage. While some targets can survive the splash damage from the rocket, the resulting knockback from the explosion can still injure them when hitting a solid structure or falling from a considerable height. The player does not necessarily need a direct hit on the fuselage of a helicopter to destroy it as the force of a detonating rocket can cause the pilot to lose control and crash. Also, unlike the 3D Universe, the rocket can hit the rotors as they are considered solid objects. The rocket self-detonates when it reaches its maximum range.

The rocket can be deflected if the tip hits a solid structure in an angle of around 25 degrees. This can result on missing the intended target, although it can be still an advantage when dealing with multiple enemies or bypassing certain covers. This does not happen in multiplayer, and the rocket simply explodes where it hits.

GTA IV Overview[]


Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto IV
Damage
(per shot)
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft)
Ammo Specifications/
Capacity
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
WeaponInfo.xml
Explosive (x2) 800 50 / 164 (Lock-on)

100 / 328 (Weapon)

1 (8) N/A 2066
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Observed
Lethal (Singleplayer, Explosion only & Multiplayer; Projectile only) 20 RPM

30 RPM [?]
15 RPM [?]

Cannot be determined Single rocket Rocket insertion 2.07 seconds

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]

In Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, the Rocket Launcher is less accurate, but even more powerful, able to take out targets more easily. Because of the sensibility of characters, a rocket explosion is even more lethal and the splash damage usually kills them in the process (its blast radius is five meters, and damage doesn’t decrease on the edges of the radius). Vehicles are also very vulnerable, as the explosion can instantly destroy them, as well as destroying helicopters quickly (unlike in GTA IV, where a single hit on the rotors will make them lose control and, in an unfortunate event, they will fall and explode right to the attacker). Unlike its previous iteration, the rocket does not deflect.

The rocket is fired at 60 m/s (216 kph), and its maximum range is 300 meters. It lasts for five seconds before it self-detonates.

The Rocket Launcher is the only heavy weapon that can be used while in a vehicle with ample room (i.e. helicopter bays), albeit only in Grand Theft Auto Online.

GTA V and Online Overview[]


Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online
Damage
(per shot) [?]
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft) [?]
Ammo Specifications/
Capacity
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
Weapons.meta
500 (direct)
50 (edge)
0.8 (75 RPM) 80 / 262.4 (Lock-on)

85 / 278.8 (Weapon)

1 (20) N/A N/A
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A N/A N/A Anti-tank, explosive warheads N/A N/A
Observed
N/A 15 RPM 300 / 984.3 Single rocket Rocket insertion N/A
Rockstar Games Social Club [?]
RocketLauncher-GTAV-RSCStats
Damage
100%

100%

Fire Rate/Speed
5%

5%

Accuracy
10%

10%

Range
70%

70%

Clip Size
10%

10%

Customizations[]

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]

Rounds & magazine GTA V GTA Online (Unlock)
Rockets (2) $100 $1,000 (Rank 100)
Tints
Black Default Default
Army $100 $5,000 (Kill 100 players)
Green (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $200F $5,250 (Kill 200 players)
Orange (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $400F $5,500 (Kill 400 players)
LSPD $600 $5,750 (Kill 600 players)
Pink (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $800F $7,500 (Rank 50)
Gold (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $1,000F $10,000 (Rank 75)
Platinum (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $1,500F $12,500 (Rank 100)
F Free for players that have the Special/Collector's edition of the game.

Notable Users[]

Image Gallery[]

In-game model[]

HUD icon[]

First-Person View[]

In-game aiming[]

Locations[]

Grand Theft Auto 2[]

Downtown District[]

Residential District[]

  • Belmont, Residential District - Roof of the Belmont motel located some blocks west of the central police station.
  • Morton, Residential District - Alley southwest of the church, next to the metal platform over the street.
  • Morton, Residential District - From the southern train tracks (accessible from some stairs at the east side of the free access section of the Scientist Research Center, then a long platform towards west, then dropping down to the train tracks), using a ramp to perform a stunt jump.
  • Stromberg, Residential District - Building north of the east section of the Scientist Research Center, near the green phones.
  • Xenoton, Residential District - Area with the underground train tracks east of the entrance towards the elevated platform over the RV Park.

Industrial District[]

Grand Theft Auto III[]

  • Rockford, Staunton Island - Available to buy from Phil Cassidy's Army Surplus after completion of Arms Shortage. ($25,000)
  • Cedar Grove, Shoreside Vale - On the west side of the roof of the large pink house at the west end of The Homes (closest to Cochrane Dam). To get this weapon icon, wedge an Ambulance under the lowest part of the roof on the east side of the house, climb the Ambulance then to the roof, then go west along the south side of the roof to reach it. Another way to reach it, is simply jump over the roof at the nearest corner to the garage in the east side of the house, where the roof almost touches the ground.
  • Spawns at every safehouse after collecting all 100 hidden packages.
    • The rocket launcher can be gotten right at the start of the game, before a single mission is completed provided the player does two things. 1. Use the jump the broken Callahan Bridge by using the two girders trick to get to Staunton Island and Shoreside Vale to collect the hidden packages there and 2. For the hidden package hanging on the broken draw bridge linking Staunton and Shoreside, use the dodo and fly up there. The trick is use the dodo and lift off of the side slanted runway at Francis International. Once lifted off, fly south, away from draw bridge rather than make the hard 180 degrees turn. This is because after leaving Liberty City for a bit, the game will automatically turn the player around and at the city. This means if the player is flying away from it, after a bit, he will be pointed directly at the bridge. This also give the player plenty of distance to adjust the height and aim point. The aim point is the third hole between the bridge support. Try and aim at it so the wing will bounce off of one the support and crash onto the bridge without flying through the bridge. Do not stay too close to the edge as that may cause the plane to skid too far and hit the water below. Once on the bridge it's easy to get at the hidden package.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City[]

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas[]

RocketLauncher-LocationsMap-GTASA

Rocket Launcher's locations map

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories[]

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories[]

Grand Theft Auto IV[]

General[]

Algonquin[]

  • Northwood - Can be found on a large boulder in the water north of Northwood. This is the easiest RPG pickup in the city.
  • Castle Gardens - Can be found in an alcove on the southeastern partition of the construction site seen in the mission Deconstruction for Beginners. The RPG is inside an alcove facing the water, and can be reached with a boat.

Alderney[]

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

Grand Theft Auto V[]

Gta5.weapon

Weapon pickups map including the RPG bridge location in Grand Theft Auto V.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

Trivia[]

General[]

  • The Rocket Launcher and the Pistol are the only weapons to appear in every Grand Theft Auto game.
  • Contrary to their depiction in the series, modern rocket launchers cannot be used to commit suicide by firing them at the ground. This occurs due to most rockets being outfitted with a timer fuse, a safety measure that renders the main warhead unable to explode until a rocket has been airborne for a certain period of time.
    • To make this even less likely, some rockets, like the RPG, are also equipped with an accelerometer in conjunction with the timer fuse. This will not arm the main fuse until the rocket has reached its maximum speed.
  • In reality, rocket launchers such as the RPG and the LAW should not be fired from confined spaces or when there is an obstacle to the rear. This is because these rockets are not "soft launch" capable, meaning they produce a large back blast when launching their projectile. If this happens in a confined space or when there is an obstacle to the rear, the blast, smoke and concussion can seriously harm or even kill the user when it ricochets off of the obstacle. In reality, such weapons require approximately 150 feet[1] of clear space to the rear in order to be fired safely.
  • In the 3D Universe and the HD Universe, the rocket itself is considered as a standalone throwable device, as it has properties of a grenade and could theoretically even be wielded like one. The only difference, unlike other basic grenades, is that it has special properties to travel forward when launched and is set to be used if the launcher is used.

2D Universe[]

  • Rockets (both from launchers and tanks) in GTA have the ability to set buildings on fire for a limited amount of time. Although the fire goes away after a while and leaves no fire damaged markings. When a building is on fire it only burns from the point in which the rocket hit it, the fire will not spread.

3D Universe[]

  • Since Claude always looks downwards, the rocket launcher will make Claude look straight/upwards and hold his head straight.
  • In Grand Theft Auto III, pedestrians using Rocket Launchers through cheat codes are incapable of operating the weapon properly. As they adopt the behavior of a character with a normal firearm, they will run up to a target and fire at their feet, killing themselves and anybody standing nearby, or greatly injure them.
  • With the use of the "Infinite Ammo" cheat in GTA San Andreas, the RPG gains a greatly increased rate of fire, comparable to a 9mm pistol. The same occurs with the heat-seeking variant.
  • In GTA Vice City, continuously firing the RPG with the "Fast Reload" upgrade and swinging the weapon will sometimes cause a rocket to detonate by making contact with the launch tube, injuring the player. A similar quirk is present on the Hydra's rocket pods.
  • In GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories and GTA Vice City Stories, the rockets fired disappear after traveling a certain distance, unlike other games, where they self-detonate after traveling a certain distance.
  • When fired point-blank at the mirrors in a safehouse wardrobe, the rockets of the GTA San Andreas model will clip through them and fly for a considerable distance before impacting an invisible object, causing the same fire effect that occurs in normal gameplay. The flames can be seen through the mirror, although the object that was hit cannot be seen. The object is presumably a building/interior in the Hidden Interiors Universe, as the Wardrobe is an interior.

HD Universe[]

RocketLauncher-GTAIV-ThrowableRocket

The throwable Rocket Launcher rocket in Grand Theft Auto IV.

  • When blindfiring from a standing position while facing left, the protagonists of the Liberty City trilogy will release their left hand and fire the RPG using only their right hand. This would be impossible, as RPGs are designed to be fired with the left hand.
  • In Grand Theft Auto IV and its episodes, a separate weapon to represent launched rockets is included within the game's code and labelled as 'ROCKET'. It is inaccessible through normal gameplay. The weapon functions like the Grenade, Molotov Cocktail and throwable objects, but when thrown, the rocket behaves as if it were shot from the launcher.
  • In Grand Theft Auto V, a GTA IV-model Rocket Launcher is hung on the wall of all Ammu-Nation stores. It is not obtainable.
  • The RPG's price in GTA V is the cheapest it has ever been in the series at only $6,500.
  • In the BradyGames Guide for GTA V, the Rocket Launcher was said to have an optional grip attachment. However, it is not present in the final game.
  • In GTA V, during The Big Score (obvious approach), Lester Crest calls the RPG the "noob tube". In popular FPS series such as Call of Duty, "noob tube" is a slang term usually used for a grenade launcher and the fact they are easy to take out an enemy. This is a reference to Lester's gaming habit.
  • In the enhanced version of GTA V, there is a writing on the side of the barrel that reads "Do not aim at pets or feet!"
    • The "aiming at feet" reference is to the Quake video game series having the unique ability to "rocket jump" which allows the user to propel themselves a great amount of distance with the rocket's blast. It is possible to do this with Trevor's special ability, however, it does not propel him very far.
    • The "aiming at pets" may be a reference to players using it to kill Chop, who can only be killed by the player by using explosives or by running over him with a vehicle.
  • After the Heists update for GTA Online, the Rocket Launcher looks noticeably different in first-person; the player holds the weapon at a lower angle.

Oversights[]

  • In all of the 3D Universe games except GTA Advance, there is a glitch with the rocket fired by any firing device: when the rocket is hit by a bullet during flight, the rocket will be redirected/reflected in "random" directions with a much higher speed. This is often seen in multiplayer, when a Hunter fires two rockets to players who are firing at the chopper, the rocket could fly off into random directions. In GTA San Andreas, with a jetpack and Micro SMG, and very decent aiming, one can fend off all incoming missiles in Area 69 by shooting at the rather slow-moving missiles.

See Also[]

References[]

Navigation[]

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[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto and Grand Theft Auto: London (1969/1961)
WeaponsFist | Pistol | Machine Gun | Flamethrower | Rocket Launcher
Car WeaponsCar Bomb
Deleted WeaponsPetrol Bomb
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto 2
WeaponsPistol | Dual Pistol | S-Uzi Machine Gun | Silenced S-Uzi Machine Gun | Shotgun | Flamethrower | ElectroGun | Rocket Launcher | Molotov Cocktails | Grenades
Car weaponsVehicle Machine Gun | Vehicle Oil Slick | Vehicle Mine | Vehicle bomb
Deleted weaponsInstant Vehicle Bomb | ElectroBaton
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto III
MeleeFist | Baseball Bat
Basic FirearmsAK47 | Pistol | M16 | Shotgun | Sniper Rifle | Uzi
Heavy WeaponsFlamethrower | Rocket Launcher
ExplosivesCar Bomb | Grenades | Molotov Cocktail
SpecialDetonator
BetaLand Mine
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
UnarmedFist | Brass Knuckles
MeleeScrewdriver | Hammer | Knife | Meat Cleaver | Golf Club | Nightstick | Baseball Bat | Machete | Katana | Chainsaw
ThrownTear Gas (PS2 only) | Molotov | Grenade | Detonator Grenade
HandgunColt 45/Pistol | Colt Python/.357
ShotgunShotgun/Chrome Shotgun | Stubby Shotgun | Spaz 12 Shotgun/S.P.A.S. 12
SMGTec-9 | Ingram Mac 10/Mac | Uzi 9mm/Uz-I | MP5/MP
AssaultRuger/Kruger | M4
HeavyM60 | Flame Thrower | Rocket Launcher | Minigun
SniperSniper Rifle | PSG1/.308 Sniper
SpecialCamera | Detonator | Car Bomb
BetaAK-47 | Desert Eagle | Grenade Launcher | Land Mine | MP5K | Nail Gun | Silver Colt 1911 | Snub Nose Python | Staple Gun | Steyr AUG | Stun Gun
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
UnarmedFist | Brass Knuckles
MeleeBaseball Bat | Chainsaw | Golf Club | Katana | Knife | Nightstick | Pool Cue | Shovel
HandgunDesert Eagle | Pistol/9mm | Silenced Pistol/9mm
ShotgunCombat Shotgun | Shotgun | Sawn-Off Shotgun
SMGMicro SMG | SMG | Tec9
AssaultAK-47 | M4
SniperRifle/Country Rifle | Sniper Rifle
HeavyFlamethrower | Rocket Launcher | Heat-Seeking Rocket Launcher | Minigun
ThrownGrenade | Molotov | Satchel Charges/Remote Explosives | Tear Gas
Consumable ItemsFire Extinguisher | Spray Can | Camera
GiftsCane | Dildo (Short) | Flowers | Vibrator (Short)
SpecialCar Bomb | Detonator | Night Vision | Parachute | Thermal Vision
OtherCrates | Surface-to-Air Missile | Flares
BetaSkateboard | Gift Box (large) | Gift Box (small) | Land Mine
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto Advance
MeleeBaseball Bat | Fist | Katana
GunsAssault Rifle | Pistol | Shotgun | Uzi
HeavyFlamethrower | Minigun | Rocket Launcher
ExplosivesCar Bomb | Grenades | Molotov
SpecialDetonator
Deleted weaponsOil Slick
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
UnarmedFist | Brass Knuckles
MeleeBaseball Bat | Nightstick | Machete | Meat Cleaver | Chisel | Knife | Hockey Stick | Fire Axe | Katana | Chainsaw
ThrownMolotov | Grenade | Remote Grenade
HandgunPistol | .357
ShotgunShotgun | Stubby Shotgun | SPAS 12
SMGTec-9 | Mac-10 | Micro SMG | SMG
AssaultAK | M4
HeavyM60 | Flame-Thrower | Rocket Launcher | Minigun
SniperSniper Rifle | Laser Sighted Sniper Rifle
SpecialCamera | Car Bomb | Detonator
UnusedTear Gas | Silver Colt 1911
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
UnarmedFist | Brass Knuckles
MeleeNightstick | Baseball Bat | Butterfly Knife | Knife | Fire Axe | Golf Club | Machete | Katana | Chainsaw | Gaff Hook
ThrownMolotov | Grenade | Remote Grenade
HandgunPistol | Equalizer
ShotgunShotgun | Stubby Shotgun | Spaz 12
SMGScorpion | Silenced MG | Micro SMG | SMG
AssaultAK | Assault Rifle
HeavyFlame-Thrower | Rocket Launcher | Minigun | M249
SniperSniper | Laser Sniper
SpecialCamera | Car Bomb | Binoculars | Detonator
UnusedTear Gas | Land Mine
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto IV, The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony
UnarmedFist
MeleeBaseball Bat | Knife | Pool Cue
HandgunPistol | Combat Pistol | Automatic 9mm | .44
ShotgunPump Shotgun | Combat Shotgun | Sawn-Off Shotgun | Assault Shotgun | Auto Shotgun
SMGMicro SMG | SMG | Assault SMG | Gold SMG
AssaultAssault Rifle | Carbine Rifle | Advanced MG
SniperSniper Rifle | Combat Sniper | Advanced Sniper
HeavyRocket Launcher | Grenade Launcher
ThrownMolotov | Grenade | Pipe Bomb | Sticky Bomb
SpecialCar Bomb | Random Pickable Objects | Parachute
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BetaPool Cue | Hammer | Revolver | Silenced Pistol | Sledgehammer | Zastava M70
Weapons in GTA IV (Category) | Weapons in TLAD (Category) | Weapons in TBOGT (Category)
The Lost and Damned only. | The Ballad of Gay Tony only. | TLAD and TBOGT only.
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
FistFist
MeleeNight Stick | Chainsaw | Baseball Bat | Teaser | Sword
HandgunPistol | Twin Pistols | Revolver
ShotgunShotgun | Stubby Shotgun | Double Barreled Shotgun
Submachine GunMicro SMG | SMG
Assault RifleAssault Rifle | Carbine Rifle
HeavyFlamethrower | Minigun | RPG
ThrownFlashbang | Molotov Cocktail | Grenade | Proximity Mine
SpecialCrates | Car Bomb | Detonator | Sniper Rifle
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto V
MeleeAntique Cavalry Dagger | Baseball Bat | Bottle | Crowbar | Fist | Golf Club | Hammer | Hatchet | Knife | Knuckle Dusters | Machete | Nightstick
HandgunsAP Pistol | Combat Pistol | Heavy Pistol | Marksman Pistol | Pistol | Pistol .50 | SNS Pistol | Stun Gun | Vintage Pistol
ShotgunsAssault Shotgun | Bullpup Shotgun | Heavy Shotgun | Musket | Pump Shotgun | Sawed-Off Shotgun
Machine GunsAssault SMG | Combat MG | Combat PDW | Gusenberg Sweeper | Machine Pistol | MG | Micro SMG | SMG
AssaultAdvanced Rifle | Assault Rifle | Bullpup Rifle | Carbine Rifle | Special Carbine
Sniper RiflesHeavy Sniper | Marksman Rifle | Sniper Rifle
HeavyFirework Launcher | Grenade Launcher | Homing Launcher | Minigun | Railgun | RPG
ThrownBall | Grenade | Jerry Can | Molotov | Proximity Mines | Sticky Bomb | Tear Gas (BZ Gas)
SpecialCamera | Digiscanner | Parachute | Remote Sniper
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Beta/UnknownAssault MG | Assault Sniper | Crossbow | Fire Axe | Fire Extinguisher | Harpoon Gun | Heavy Rifle | Laser | Laser Sight | Lasso | Lighter | Loudhailer | Programmable AR | Rubber Gun | Shovel | Tear Gas Launcher
ManufacturersCoil | Hawk & Little | Shrewsbury | Vom Feuer
Related PagesWeapon Wheel | Attachments | Ammu-Nation
DLC Content Weapons
Added as part of the following GTA Online content updates:
Lowriders | Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 | Ill-Gotten Gains Part 1 | Festive Surprise | The Last Team Standing Update | The Independence Day Special | The "I'm Not a Hipster" Update | The High Life Update | The Business Update | The Valentine's Day Massacre Special | Beach Bum Update
Other Weapons
Enhanced Version | Special/Collector's Edition and Pre-Order Bonus | Rockstar Games Social Club
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto Online
MeleeAntique Cavalry Dagger | Baseball Bat | Battle Axe | Bottle | Candy Cane | Crowbar | Fist | Flashlight | Golf Club | Hammer | Hatchet | Knife | Knuckle Dusters | Machete | Nightstick | Pipe Wrench | Pool Cue | Switchblade | Stone Hatchet
HandgunsAP Pistol | Ceramic Pistol | Combat Pistol | Double-Action Revolver | Flare Gun | Heavy Pistol | Heavy Revolver (Mk II) | Marksman Pistol | Navy Revolver | Pistol (Mk II) | Pistol .50 | Perico Pistol | SNS Pistol (Mk II) | Stun Gun | Up-n-Atomizer | Vintage Pistol | WM 29 Pistol
ShotgunsAssault Shotgun | Bullpup Shotgun | Combat Shotgun | Double Barrel Shotgun | Heavy Shotgun | Musket | Pump Shotgun (Mk II) | Sawed-Off Shotgun | Sweeper Shotgun
Machine GunsAssault SMG | Combat MG (Mk II) | Combat PDW | Gusenberg Sweeper | Machine Pistol | MG | Micro SMG | Mini SMG | SMG (Mk II) | Tactical SMG | Unholy Hellbringer
AssaultAdvanced Rifle | Assault Rifle (Mk II) | Battle Rifle | Bullpup Rifle (Mk II) | Carbine Rifle (Mk II) | Compact Rifle | Heavy Rifle | Military Rifle | Service Carbine | Special Carbine (Mk II)
Sniper RiflesHeavy Sniper (Mk II) | Marksman Rifle (Mk II) | Precision Rifle | Sniper Rifle
HeavyCompact Grenade Launcher (EMP | Snowball) | Firework Launcher | Grenade Launcher | Homing Launcher | Minigun | Railgun | RPG | Widowmaker
ThrownAcid Package | Flare | Grenade | Jerry Can (Hazardous | Fertilizer) | Molotov | Proximity Mines | Pipe Bomb | Snowballs | Sticky Bomb | Tear Gas (BZ)
SpecialCar Bomb | Fireworks | Hacking Device | Metal Detector | Orbital Cannon | Parachute
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Beta/UnknownAssault MG | Assault Sniper | Dippo | Fire Axe | Fire Extinguisher | Laser | Laser Sight | Lasso | Loudhailer | Programmable AR | Rubber Gun | Shovel | Tear Gas Launcher
ManufacturersCoil | Hawk & Little | Shrewsbury | Vom Feuer
Related PagesWeapon Wheel | Attachments | Ammu-Nation | Gun Van | Weapon Workshop | Weaponized Vehicles (Workshop)
DLC Content Weapons
Bottom Dollar Bounties | The Chop Shop | San Andreas Mercenaries | Los Santos Drug Wars | The Criminal Enterprises | The Contract | Los Santos Tuners | The Cayo Perico Heist | Los Santos Summer Special | The Diamond Casino Heist | The Diamond Casino & Resort | Arena War | After Hours | Southern San Andreas Super Sport Series | The Doomsday Heist | Smuggler's Run | Gunrunning | Cunning Stunts: Special Vehicle Circuit | Import/Export | Bikers | Cunning Stunts | Further Adventures in Finance and Felony | Lowriders: Custom Classics | Be My Valentine | January 2016 Update | Festive Surprise 2015 | Executives and Other Criminals | Halloween Surprise | Lowriders | Freemode Events Update | Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 | Ill-Gotten Gains Part 1 | Heists | Festive Surprise | The Last Team Standing Update | The San Andreas Flight School Update | The Independence Day Special | The "I'm Not a Hipster" Update | The High Life Update | The Business Update | The Valentine's Day Massacre Special | Holiday Gifts | Beach Bum Update

Other Weapons
Enhanced Version | Special/Collector's Edition and Pre-Order Bonus | Rockstar Games Social Club
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