PeacemakerEdit"Gun with lead in the grip for added knock-out power."
- P-ATK: -
- S-ATK: -
Obtained: Default weapon. Grand Canyon
- Gun with lead inside the grip. Invented by Wild West gunmen so it could be used in hand-to-hand combat as well as for shooting from a distance.
Schofield IIEdit"Official gun of the Gourd army."
- P-ATK: +3
- S-ATK: +3
- The inimitable gun of the Gourd army. Reliable and easy to handle, popular with raw recruits and vets alike. Featured in movie Battlefield of Love IV.
Alligator 45Edit"Max-penetration gun from Mediterranean kingdom of Solia."
- P-ATK: +9
- S-ATK: +9
- Gun developed in Solia, used in mafia battles. Adapter in the barrel increases penetration strength of the bullet to three times that of a similar caliber gun.
Tyrant M29Edit"Gun with fearsome destructive strength."
- P-ATK: +18
- S-ATK: +18
- Gun designed by Ivan Okorokov. Uses special 4Z bullets powerful enough to stop a tank. Heavy enough to be used as a club in hand-to-hand combat.
Mauser CustomEdit"'Customized gun popular in the underworld.'"
- P-ATK: +30
- S-ATK: +30
- Underworld hun. Shoots fast-flying bullets like a scorpion’s sting. Within an instant a crippling pain reaches the brain and consumes the entire body.
DiabolusEdit"Pistol that encloses bullets in a vacuum."
- P-ATK: +45
- S-ATK: +45
Obtained: Uyuni Salt Lake
- Polere’s famous #39. The intricate network of grooves in the barrel produces a vacuum in the surrounding air, canceling resistance as the bullets fly.
- P-ATK: +53
- S-ATK: +53
Obtained: The Gate treasure chest
- Guns that belonged to Marcus, the cop who came from the future. Uses futuristic technology that seems like magic to us today. Has remarkable power and accuracy.
Missing 51Edit"The legendary lost gun of ‘51"
- P-ATK: +61
- S-ATK: +61
- The legendary lost ‘51 model. No one knows how or where it was made. All anyone knows is that it was made in 1851 and that no finer gun has ever been made.
- The Peacemaker is another name for the Colt Single Action Army, a gun made famous during the time period of the "Wild West", and made familiar through various Western-themed shows and films.
- Mortal Venom is a direct reference to RoboCop, the eponymous Robocop, Alex Murphy and his gun, the fictional Auto 9.