Inside the Armory

Weapons that withstand the test of time.

by Call of Duty Staff on August 28, 2017

Inside the Armory

 

Since bursting onto the scene in 2003, right up through today’s anticipated return to World War II, a cornerstone of Call of Duty has been iconic weaponry (Google ‘M1 Garand ping’ if you’re skeptical.) This week, we’ll focus on an assault rifle, an SMG and a sniper rifle.

 

M1 Garand: the granddaddy of 20th-century weaponry. Standard issue for US soldiers in World War II, this semi-automatic, .30 caliber rifle delivers powerful, accurate damage at any range. The iconic ‘ping’ sound alerts the user to load another 8-round clip (or that it’s bayonet time.) This weapon withstood the test of time.

 
This .45 caliber submachine gun is a monument to American efficiency. It’s reliable and effective. The Grease Gun is named after the non- weaponized mechanic’s lubricating tool. It feeds from a 30-round rectangular magazine box, making reloading a low-effort affair. It has a high rate of fire, and its lightweight design allows for easy maneuverability. 

 

  

The M1903 saw heavy action throughout both World War I and World War II. Loaded with 5-round clips, this bolt-action, ranged rifle packs a punch at distance one .30 caliber bullet at a time. The attached telescopic sight provides accuracy at a distance and effectively downs targets all over the map.

 

 

These three weapons represent just a taste of what’s coming. In the coming weeks and months, keep an eye out for more in-depth looks at the inner workings of Call of Duty: WWII.