The MK23 OHWS is a weapon system consisting of a match grade semi-automatic pistol, a laser aiming module (LAM) and suppressor. It is based on the USP and fed with 12 rounds of .45 ACP, except it boasts a slightly higher rate of fire.
Housing 6 rounds of .50 Action Express, this double-action revolver packs a punch although it has been superceded by the Desert Eagle.
Looks familiar? Why, it’s the signature sidearm used by James Bond! Housed with 9mm rounds, this compact pistol requires precision from its shooter as it operates on a simple blowback mechanism.
This South Korean pistol is fed with 13 rounds of 9mm. It has stable accuracy and damage, making it one of the most favorite sidearms to be equipped. An interesting note, the K5 is also the pistol used by the police officers in the Big City Open trailer.
A one-shot pistol fed with .50 BMG, it boasts tremendous firepower but suffers from a massive recoil and you guess it, a thunderous gunshot.
A double-barreled, semi-automatic pistol of Italian origin, this model tapes two M1911 A1 pistols together, resulting a peppergun with a lengthy reload time.
Firstly introduced in 1994 to replace the Type 54 pistol, the Chinese QSZ-92 was developed using steel core projectile to beef up its armor-piercing capability. It is fed with 20 rounds of 9mm Parabellum.