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The Complete Guide to Cars And Weapons in LCS

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Welcome to the Complete Guide for Weapons and Vehicles in LCS. Basically, here you will find information on all cars,

such as Speed, Weight, Name and ID and some comments on the vehicle. For weapons you will find the name, the category, Power,

Rate of Fire and Comments. And of course all weapons and vehicles are full with pictures, supplied by The-end.

Many hours have been put into this guide between the two of us, so by all means enjoy it and find some use out of it.

The guide itself is still updated from time to time, even now, two years after we first released it to the GTAForums community.

Anyway, on with the guide!

Last Update: 19/8/08

- Recaptured all the missing weapon images.

- Added the missing weapons.

- Generally cleaned the guide up and corrected spelling errors.

 

 

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user posted image Name: Demios SP

ID: 130

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: Common

Comments: A nice looking little sporty deal that can go pretty fast. It's light,

and turns pretty well.

Location: Randomly spawns in the driveways of the houses next to the

Shoreside Vale hideout.

user posted image Name: Landstalker

ID: 131

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 6/10

Availability: Common

Comments: Looking much nicer than it did in VC and SA, the Landstalker is an

all round okay performer. The handling isn't too bad, it can really build up

speed over time and it isn't too heavy.

Location: In the lot of Capital Auto sales.

user posted image Name: Idaho

ID: 132

Speed: 4/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: Uncommon-ish

Comments: Quite a slow ugly car, not something you would want to do a

getaway in. Only drive this if you really have to, or for some reason

want to.

Location: Around Portland and Staunton Island.

user posted image Name: Stinger

ID: 133

Speed: 8/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Quite Rare

Comments: Now this is a good car. Very fast, very light, and handles well too.

The thing you have to watch out for though is that it doesn't take damage too

well, and a few hard hits can do a lot of damage.

Location: Parked where the mission “Stop The Press” takes place on Staunton Island.

user posted image Name: Perrenial

ID: 135

Speed: 2/10

Weight: 5/10

Availability: Uncommon-ish

Comments: Once again, one of the more ugly cars in the game. Struggles

to get to even a decent speed, and it handles like a shopping cart. Not

recommended for joyrides unless you're an OAP.

Location: Driving around in front of your Portland hideout.

user posted image Name: Sentinel

ID: 136

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 5/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: Quite a decent car. With the right amount of space to

accelerate, it can go pretty fast. The handling is pretty

standard, and it isn't too heavy.

Location: In the Capital Auto’s showroom after beating 2 levels.

user posted image Name: Patriot

ID: 137

Speed: 6.5/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: I absolutely LOVE these! They're pretty fast, the weight

doesn't restrict it in any way. Plus, it is the best vehicle to

climb the SSV hills, the grip is superb. Definitely a good vehicle!

Location: Commonly drives around the streets of SSV.

user posted image Name: Stretch

ID: 140

Speed: 3/10

Weight: 5/10

Availability: Rare

Comments: Classy; but crap. It's a posh thing to ride around in, but

it's slow, heavy and handles like a turd on wheels. Only ride around

in this if you want to feel richer than your pathetic poor self really is.

Location: Common around Staunton.

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user posted image Name: Manana

ID: 141

Speed: 2/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: Uncommon-ish

Comments: Looks a lot nicer than it's GTA3 version, but it's still

as crappy. Not a very nice car to drive, slow as anything and a low

acceleration rate, but okay handling.

Location: In the parking garage outside your Staunton hideout.

user posted image Name: Infernus

ID: 142

Speed: 9/10

Weight: 3/10

Availabilty: Rare-ish

Comments: One of the fastest cars in the game, this is a nice sports

car, with high-speeds, high rates of acceleration, good handling and

is light. A good choice of car, although as with all sports cars it

isn't very tolerant to damage.

Location: Around the upper class neighborhoods of Shoreside Vale.

user posted image Name: Blista

ID: 143

Speed: 2/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: A heavy and slow people carrier with poor acceleration

and lousy handling, quite annoying to drive around in to be honest. Like riding a snail.

Location: Around Staunton Island in front of your hideout on the streets.

user posted image Name: Cheetah

ID: 146

Speed: 9/10

Weight: 2/10

Availability: Rare

Comments: Pretty much a clone of the Infernus performance wise.

Has high speed and acceleration and handles slightly better than

the Infernus. Looks just as sexy too. Mmmm, polygonal.

Location: Around the upper class neighborhoods of SSV.

user posted image Name: Moonbeam

ID: 149

Speed: 2/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Common

Comments: Another big people carrier, it has poor speed and acceleration,

but the handling is pretty standard.

Location: Found around Portland and Staunton Island.

user posted image Name: Esperanto

Speed: 4/10

Weight: 6/10

Availability: Common-ish

Comments: Similar to the Idaho in terms of performance, pretty low

speed and standard acceleration, same for handling.

Location: Around the streets of all 3 islands.

user posted image Name: Kuruma

ID: 152

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 3/10

Availabilty: Uncommon

Comments: One of my favourites from GTA3, "Kuruma" means "car" in

Japanese (no it doesn't, that's completely wrong), and this is an all round okay performer. Good handling,

decent speed and acceleration, makes a pretty nice drive.

Locations: Parked outside Vincenzo's place.

user posted image Name: Bobcat

ID: 153

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 5/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: An all round decent performer. It has okay acceleration and speed,

and also has quite good grip, although not as good as the Patriot.

Location: Found around Staunton and Shoreside Vale.

user posted image Name: Mr. Whoopee

ID: 154

Speed: 4/10

Weight: 6/10

Availability: Very Rare

Comments: Everyone loves Ice Cream! Not necessarily the van though...

Anyway, this is quite slow, but is heavy and has good handling, which

results in tipping over sometimes.

Location: Sometimes seen driving round Portland.

user posted image Name: BF Injection (or just BF)

ID: 155

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: Spawn Point Only

Comments: A dune buggy with quite good performance, and quite fun

to drive around in. Handles well on sand; not that there is a

whole lot.

Location: On the beach by Salvatore's house.

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user posted image Name: Hearse

ID: 156

Speed: 3/10

Weight: 5/10

Availability: Spawn Point Only

Comments: Not exactly fast but what d'ya expect for a Hearse? Corpses tend not to be the joyriding type.

Not very fast, low acceleration, and medium handling.

Location: In the parking lot in the back of Staunton Island hospital.

user posted image Name: Banshee

ID: 160

Speed: 8/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Rare

Comments: Another nice sports car, as with all, high speed and acceleration,

this one has slightly lower handling capabilities, but it looks fancy with

the racing stripe.

Location: Parked where the mission “Stop The Press” takes place on Staunton Island.

user posted image Name: Stallion

ID: 167

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: Not the greatest car in the game, but not exactly bad either.

It's not a bad car for speeding around in, but the handling isn't too

good.

Location: Very common in Portland.

user posted image Name: RC Bandit

ID: 169

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 1/10

Availability: RC Races or CheatDevice only

Comments: The little RC Car that you race in in...RC Races...

Anyway, saying as it's so light, it's really hard to control, and the

handling goes out of control. Still fun though...

user posted image Name: Hellenbach GT

ID: 185

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 5/10

Availability: Rare

Comments: A cool muscle racer car, these are extremely hard to

find around the street, but an early mission allows you to get one

quickly. Nice to drive.

Location: In the mission “Snuff”, or by completing 6 levels of car salesman.

user posted image Name: Phobos VT

ID: 186

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Rare

Comments: Another fancy electric engine car, with a badass front spoiler.

As will all the electric cars, they can go pretty fast, but are quite

lacking in acceleration.

Location: Parked in a vacant lot outside of your SSV safehouse.

user posted image Name: V8 Ghost

ID: 187

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: Another electric car. See above for performance details.

Location: Randomly spawns in the driveways of the houses next to the SSV hideout.

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user posted image Name: Angel

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: A chopper style bike that can't go too fast,

but has good handling and is one of the harder ones to

fall off. Sucks for stunting though.

Location: In the parking lot of the Harwood ferry station.

user posted image Name: Freeway

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: Practically a clone of the Angel (See Above).

Location: Basically on every island all over the place.

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user posted image Name: Faggio

Speed: 3/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Common-ish

Comments: It's a scooter. A very slow scooter. On the plus side though,

it has a forward centre of mass, so by doing a stoppie then accelerating,

you can do a near endless stoppie. Oh and it sounds very annoying.

Location: All over the place.

user posted image Name: PCJ-600

Speed: 8/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Common

Comments: Now we're talking, this is the bike most commonly used for

stunting. It's fast, has high acceleration, but unfortunately is a

death trap on wheels.

Location: Always parked at Salvatore's mansion.

user posted image Name: Sanchez

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: A cool dirt bike, although it doesn't stunt too well. I noticed

that you don't fall off as much on this.

Location: Found where the side mission “Bumps and Grinds” takes place.

user posted image Name: Avenger

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: One of a kind; available after 15 AA missions only.

Comments: A custom Angel for the Avenging Angels, this is pretty much the

same but a little bit faster.

user posted image Name: Manchez

Speed: 7.5/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: Spawns after all "Bumps and Grinds" Levels are completed.

Comments: A cross between a Sanchez and a PCJ. Sexy.

user posted image Name: Pizza Boy

Speed: 4/10

Weight:4/10

Availability: Outside of pizza stores.

Comments: A custom Faggio designed for delivering pizzas. Slightly

faster, and can trigger Pizza Boy sub-missions.

Location: Outside the Well Stacked Pizza shop where you do Pizza Boy missions.

user posted image Name: Noodle Boy

Speed: 4/10

Weight:4/10

Availability: Outside of noodle stands.

Comments: A custom Faggio designed for delivering noodles. Slightly

faster, and can trigger Noodle Boy sub-missions.

Location: Outside Punk Noodles on Portland Island where you do Noodle boy missions.

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user posted image Name: RC Goblin

ID: 211

Speed: 5/10

Availability: RC Races or CheatDevice

Comments: One of the RC copters used in RC Races, fun to fly in the

street and cut people up with the blades.

user posted image Name: RC Raider

ID: 212

Speed: 5/10

Availability: RC Races or CheatDevice

Comments: One of the RC copters used in RC Races, fun to fly in the

street and cut people up with the blades.

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user posted image Name: Hunter

ID: 213

Speed: 7/10

Availability: CheatDevice only

Comments: Oh yes! The hunter is back! Comes with rockets and a chaingun,

you're almost invincible in this thing.

user posted image Name: Maverick

ID: 214

Speed: 6/10

Availability: CheatDevice or mission exploit only.

Comments: Your standard helicopter back from VC and SA. Pretty fast, but can

only be obtained through CheatDevice or via an exploit in "Calm Before the Storm" (at time of writing) or at least one other mission (discovered later) If you don't have CheatDevice access, Google is your friend.

user posted image Name: Police Maverick

ID: 215

Speed: 6/10

Availability: CheatDevice only.

Comments: Just like the maverick but with a police paint scheme and a slightly thinner tail. Other

than that no differences to the Maverick.

user posted image Name: VCN Maverick

ID: 216

Speed: 5/10

Availability: CheatDevice only.

Comments: A left over model from VC. It has the permanent "Chrome Cars" cheat

effect on it for some reason, and as like VC is a lot harder to control than

it's sisters.

user posted image Name: Dodo

ID: 164

Speed: 7/10

Availability: CheatDevice only.

Comments: A left over model from GTA3. It's a lot easier to control than

in GTA3, because it had custom created handling in the CheatDevice.

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user posted image Name: Linerunner

ID: 134

Speed: 3/10

Weight: 10/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: This is one big freakin' truck. It's big, it's slow, and it handles terribly.

And the AI can't drive it round corners without destroying half a dozen things.

Location: Around the Portland docks.

user posted image Name: Pony

ID: 144

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 6/10

Availability: Uncommon-ish

Comments: Your standard van, not much to say really. Pretty slow,

crap handling.

Location: Driving around Portland.

user posted image Name: Mule

ID: 145

Speed: 5.5/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Uncommon-ish

Comments: The upgraded version on the Pony, heavier but slightly faster.

Tips pretty easily.

Location: Around the docks on Portland.

user posted image Name: Securicar

ID: 159

Speed: 4/10

Weight: 8/10

Availability: Rare

Comments: The safe on wheels. This thing can honestly take a sh*te load

of damage, although it isn't very fast. Can be used as a battering ram at once it gets going a bit.

Location: Driving around Staunton Island.

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user posted image Name: Bus

ID: 161

Speed: 3/10

Weight: 10/10

Availability: CheatDevice only

Comments: I know, it's not really a truck, but I'm not gonna bother getting

The-end to make me a new category just for the two buses. Anyway, I only just

noticed this was only available with CheatDevice, don't know why, but the Bus

is slow, huge and handles bad. Maybe that's why they left it out of the game.

user posted image Name: Coach

ID: 165

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 10/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: This is better than the bus, it handles slightly better, and

even though it has low acceleration it can go pretty fast once it gets

going.

Location: In the Bus depot on Portland Island.

user posted image Name: Rumpo

ID: 168

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: Nothing really special, it can go quite fast for a van, and it handles

pretty well.

Location: Outside 8-Ball's bomb shop.

user posted image Name: Panlantic

ID: 178

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 6/10

Availability: Quite Rare

Comments: The van that is driven by Panlantic Construction workers.

Pretty much like the Rumpo.

 

user posted image Name: Flatbed

ID: 179

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 10/10

Availability: Quite Rare

Comments: Can be sunk 1.5 metres into the ground with CheatDevice and used

as a ramp, other than that it's just a big truck, very heavy and handles

quite naff.

Location: Driving around Staunton Island.

user posted image Name: Yankee

ID: 180

Speed: 4/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: Very Similar to the Mule, it's quite slow, has low acceleration

and bad handling.

Location: Portland Docks.

user posted image Name: Toyz

ID: 182

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Spawn Points Only

Comments: Very similar to the Rumpo (see above) but it starts

the RC races when entered (if it's at it's spawn point).

user posted image Name: Campaign Van

ID: 183

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Missions (Steering the Vote), Staunton after mission.

Comments: Exactly the same as the Rumpo, but equipped with speakers on the

roof for electoral campaigns.

user posted image Name: Ballot Van

ID: 184

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 6/10

Availability: Missions (Counterfeit Count), in Staunton after mission.

Comments: A Pony that has a blue paint scheme and is used for carrying

ballots for elections.

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user posted image Name: Firetruck

ID: 138

Speed: 8/10

Weight: 8/10

Availability: At fires

Comments: Starts fire truck missions, very fast.

Location: Outside the Portland and Staunton Island fire stations.

user posted image Name: Trashmaster

ID: 139

Speed: 4/10

Weight: 10/10

Availability: Rare / Car Crusher

Comments: Starts Trash Dash, and is slow and heavy.

Location: In the Portland scrap yard.

user posted image Name: Ambulance

ID: 147

Speed: 8/10

Weight: 5/10

Availability: Hospitals, or kill a few people.

Comments: Very fast but tips over very easily. It starts Paramedic sub-missions.

Location: Parked at all Hospitals.

user posted image Name: FBI Cruiser

ID: 148

Speed: 9/10

Weight: 2/10

Availability: They chase you at 5 stars.

Comments: A black sedan that's very fast and light. Can't take a lot of damage, but rarely

flips over.

user posted image Name: Taxi

ID: 151

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Common

Comments: A decent yellow sedan that starts taxi driver missions. It is the

medium best of all three different taxis.

Location: Everywhere on all Islands.

user posted image Name: Police

ID: 157

Speed: 9/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Common / Police Station

Comments: Very fast and what chases after you during a 1-5 star wanted

level. Usually contains two normal cops. Starts Vigilante.

user posted image Name: Enforcer

ID: 158

Speed: 10/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: 4 stars / Police Station

Comments: Like a fast Securicar, this SWAT van will chase you when you have 4

stars. It carries 2-4 SWAT guys with MP5's, and can start Vigilante.

Locations: Back of Staunton police station.

user posted image Name: Rhino

ID: 162

Speed: 2/10 or 8/10

Weight: 15/10

Availability: 6 stars / Cheat / 100% Completion (Spwans in Fort Staunton)

Comments: The best government vehicle, everything it touches explodes,

and it comes with a rotatable cannon turret, which fires with "Circle". Facing the turret backwards and firing while driving greatly increases speed.

user posted image Name: Barracks

ID: 163

Speed: 8/10

Weight: 10/10

Availability: 6 stars

Comments: These chase after you when you have 6 stars, and carry a lot

of army guys, so whenever you see one, run/drive/Super Jump to safety. This cannot start Vigilante.

Location: Parked In the construction yard on Portland Island.

user posted image Name: Cabbie

ID: 166

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Common

Comments: The slowest of the the three taxis, this one looks older and

performs worse than "Taxi". It can start Taxi Driver.

Locations: Everywhere on all islands (not as common as the taxi though).

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user posted image Name: Bickle '76

ID: 181

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 3/10

Availability: Portland Taxi Depot (After 100 taxi missions)

Comments: The best of the three taxis, this one is best for Taxi Driver,

not that you'd need it 'cos you have to get 100 fares to unlock it.

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user posted image Name: Triad Fish Van (BellyUp)

ID: 170

Gang: Triads

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 8/10

Availability: Common (Portland)

Comments: This van handles very well, and is also good for smashing people out of your way.

user posted image Name: Mr Wongs

ID: 171

Gang: Triads

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 8/10

Availability: Common (Portland)

Comments: Handles the same as the Triad Fish Van.

user posted image Name: Leone Sentinel

ID: 172

Gang: Leones

Speed: 9/10

Weight: 5/10

Availability: Very Common (Portland)

Comments: Personally my favourite car in the game, has awesome speed and handling, also has stylish looks.

user posted image Name: Yardie Lobo

ID: 173

Gang: Yardies

Speed: 8/10

Weight: 4/10

Availability: Rare

Comments: An awesome car, has brilliant suspension!

Location: Around Staunton Island.

user posted image Name: Yakuza Stinger

ID: 174

Gang: Yakuza

Speed: 10/10

Weight: 6/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: Possibly the fastest car in-game, definitely the best gang car.

Location: Around Staunton Island.

user posted image Name: Diablo Stallion

ID: 175

Gang: Diablos

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Rare

Comments: A very stylish, muscle car, with an awesome engine popping out the hood. Classy.

Location: Around Hepburn heights, Portland.

user posted image Name: Cartel Cruiser

ID: 176

Gang: Colombian Cartel

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 7/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: A pretty decent car, or would it be called truck, this vehicle isn't particularly useful for anything though.

Location: Found around Witchia Gardens, Shoreside Vale.

user posted image Name: Hoods Rumpo XL

ID:177

Gang: $$H

Speed: 7/10

Weight: 8/10

Availability:Rare

Comments: A nice van too cruise around in, also has a cool tag painted on the side.

Location: Around Witchia gardens Shoreside Vale.

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user posted image Name: Thunder-Rodd

ID: 189

Gang: Racing Gangs

Speed: 8/10

Weight: 6/10

Availability: Rare

Comments: An awesome looking car and great sounding car, it also handles very well.

Location: Parked by the building in which the policeman’s ball took place in GTA3.

user posted image Name: Sindacco Argentino

ID: 190

Gang: Sindaccos

Speed: 6/10

Weight: 6/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: Its not a very attractive car, but handles reasonably well.

Location: Driving around the Red light District until the Sindaccos get eliminated.

user posted image Name: Forelli Exsess

ID: 191

Gang: Forellis

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 5/10

Availability: Uncommon

Comments: This car grips very well, brakes excellent.

Location: Around Fort Staunton.

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user posted image Name: Speeder

Speed: 8/10

Weight: 5/10

Comments: Second fastest boat in the game, but doesn't handle very well.

user posted image Name: Reefer

Speed: 5/10

Weight: 9/10

Comments: A pretty lousy boat, handles well though.

user posted image Name: Predator

Speed: 9/10

Weight: 8/10

Comments: Police boat, has mounted guns which can be fired with ''O''.

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user posted image Name: Colt Python (.357)

Power: 8/10

Firing Speed: 3/10

Comments: A very powerful revolver, it often kills in one shot from

a reasonable range.

user posted image Name: Colt 45 (9mm)

Power: 5/10

Firing Speed: 7/10

Comments: A standard handgun. Nothing special, takes a few shots to

kill someone with it, the police carry these.

user posted image Name: Chisel

Power: 3/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: Pretty useless as a weapon as it's quite rare and only deals minor damage. You just try chiseling someone in real life, see what they do.

user posted image Name: Cleaver

Power: 6/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: Mmmm, nothing better than the feeling you get inside while hacking away at someone with a cleaver. These can be round on the person of a Triad or near a noodle stand in Chinatown.

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user posted image Name: Baseball Bat

Power: 4/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: A baseball bat used for hitting people (duh), not

exactly the strongest thing in the game but does a fair amount of

damage to someone on the floor.

user posted image Name: Brass Knuckles

Power: Fist +3

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: Brass knuckles that you out on your fists to do

more damage when punching, not much to say really.

user posted image Name: Fist

Power: 3/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: You hands, used to punch people of course. Doesn't

do much damage, but attacking someone on the floor will result in a

more powerful kick.

user posted image Name: Chainsaw

Power: 8/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: Very good for mowing down large groups of people, the chainsaw

will kill a ped almost instantly and will saw bits off cars. It's massacre

time. <_<

user posted image Name: Fire Axe

Power: 5/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: A small hatchet that deals medium damage. Not very

interesting ir fun really. Used to kill someone in a mission.

user posted image Name: Hockey Stick

Power: 5/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: Another new weapon for this game, the hockey

stick is very similar to the bat, and deals medium damage.

user posted image Name: Katana

Power: 7/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: A deadly samurai sword that is capable of decapitation,

and performing fatal stabs through the chest. A good melee weapon.

user posted image Name: Knife

Power: 4/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: Just your average knife. Can perform different slashes and

stabs, is short ranged and not very powerful.

user posted image Name: Machete

Power: 7/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: Bigger than a cleaver, smaller than a katana, and the same scale goes for damage. Have fun pretending to be Jason.

user posted image Name: Nightstick

Power: 3/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: The police will try to beat you to death with these, although they probably won't have any more luck than you, because these things serve no practical use besides running past someone and hitting them up-side the head.

user posted image Name: Sawn-Off (or Stubby) Shotgun

Power: 9/10

Firing Speed: 6/10

Comments: Slightly faster than the shotgun, this is basically just

a version of the shotgun that has been sawn-off part way along the

barrel. It is also louder than the regular shotgun.

user posted image Name: Shotgun

Power: 8/10

Firing Speed: 5/10

Comments: Your normal hunting double-barreled shotgun. This

is pretty powerful, and while slower and slightly weaker than

it's sawn-off counterpart, it still packs a punch.

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user posted image Name: SPAS12 (Combat Shotgun)

Power: 9.5/10

Firing Speed: 6/10

Comments: The strongest of the 3 shotguns, it offers more

power and a faster reloading speed. And it looks cooler.

user posted image Name: Sniper Rifle

Power: 9/10

Firing Speed: 7/10

Comments: The older, worse of the two sniper rifles, this

one has a normal scope and no laser targeting. Is capable

of fatal shots, blowing off arms, legs and heads. Tasty.

user posted image Name: PSG1 (Laser Scope)

Power: 9/10

Firing Speed: 8/10

Comments: The more modern sniper rifle, this one has all

the capabilities of the previous one, but has laser targeting.

user posted image Name: Tec 9

Power: 6/10

Firing Speed: 9.5/10

Comments: An SMG. All of them are pretty similar, this one

is from San Andreas and possibly the weakest one.

user posted image Name: Micro-SMG

Power: 6.5/10

Firing Speed: 9.5/10

Comments: See above.

user posted image Name: MP5

Power: 7/10

Firing Speed: 9.5/10

Comments: The strongest SMG. See above.

user posted image Name: Grenade

Power: 8.5/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: Explodes after around 3 seconds, so make sure you're

clear of the area.

user posted image Name: Remote Grenade

Power: 8.5/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: Just like the grenade, except it explodes on demand via

use of a detonator. A lot more useful than the normal grenade.

user posted image Name: Molotov Cocktail

Power: 7/10

Firing Speed: N/A

Comments: A lighted rag in a bottle of spirits. Explodes into

fire when thrown, igniting anything near it, including you if

you're close enough.

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user posted image Name: AK-47

Power: 9/10

Firing Speed: 9/10

Comments: Very strong, fast assault rifle. Recommended

for missions where you do a lot of shooting.

user posted image Name: M4

Power: 9/10

Firing Speed: 9/10

Comments: Very similar to the AK47 but looks better, in fact

I do prefer this gun over the AK.

user posted image Name: Flamethrower

Power: 9/10

Firing Speed: 3/10

Comments: Oh yes! As the name suggests, this baby spurts

out flames everywhere, incinerating everything in it's path. My picture looks rather artistic too if I do say so myself.

user posted image Name: M60

Power: 15/10

Firing Speed: 7/10

Comments: Probably the best weapon in the game, this assault

rifle will kill a person with one round, and with blow up a car

in several seconds. Highly recommended for missions if you can get

your hands on one. (Hint: Airport, near the terminal, on a hangar roof.)

user posted image Name: Rocket Launcher

Power: 20/10

Firing Speed: 2/10

Comments: Do you like to blow stuff up, and send it flying into

the air? (And who doesn't?) If so, this is the weapon for you! Usually comes with 8

rockets, this thing will blow up nearly anything with one hit.

user posted image Name: Minigun

Power: 15/10

Firing Speed: 30/10

Comments: The fastest firing gun in the game, this thing will spurt

out bullets and blow up a car quicker than you can say "Let's blow

up that car!" I think everyone loves the minigun.

Well that's all folks. We hope you liked it more than we liked writing it, which isn't hard to say the least.

 

Thanks for reading! smile.gif

 

 

Thanks to:

Adobe: For Photoshop CS2/CS3.

Barguast: For his Table Code Generator.

Fans of the guide.

Nick000: For helpful additions and car locations!

edisoncarter: For the CheatDevice, without which this guide would not be possible.

CheatSync: Good lawd I didn't know this thing was still alive, but thanks to the service and the cheat makers, I was able to track down a few pesky weapons very quickly.

And finally, Rockstar, for continuing to make such awesome games.

 

Written by Matt "kingvercetti" Barlow and Josh "The-end" Norman, © 2006.

 

"Grand Theft Auto" and "Liberty City Stories" are registered trademarks of Rockstar Games. All graphical content presented in this guide features content owned by Rockstar North and Rockstar Games.
Edited by kingvercetti

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Noru

good job Kingvercetti and The-end. icon14.gif I think this is a great topic

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The-end

Yes it's up, our guide looks awsome, well done to me and you icon14.gif

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saintdave

Really nice guide lads, must have taken ages.

 

I rate this good. wink.gif

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kingvercetti

Thanks Dave, yeah it did take a while, but now it has a shiny star! biggrin.gif

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Nick000

Nice job guys, a good vote from me. icon14.gif

You might want to add that by turning the tank's cannon around, and shooting it, you gain more speed, so it could be Rhino Speed 2/10 or 8/10, and just explain what I just said. smile.gif

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kingvercetti

Ok, thanks for the comments Nick, I'll get around to updating it in a sec. smile.gif

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lord fido

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Amazed!

 

Thank you!

 

Didn't know the crome bat was ingame... ???

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kingvercetti

Yeah, the standard bat is actually chrome, I'm not sure why though.

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Nick000

 

Ok, thanks for the comments Nick, I'll get around to updating it in a sec. smile.gif

Your welcome, but a couple other things though:

1.I don't think you use the RC heli's in any of the races, only the cars.

 

2.You can obtain the campaign van and ballot van through missions,and I think they are parked somewhere in Staunton afterwords. Anyways, you can obtain the campaign van through the mission Steering the vote.(I noticed you guys put a question mark there). And the ballot van can be obtained through Counterfeit Count.

 

EDIT-about the vans spawning in Staunton, here is part of Sundar Subramaniam's guide from www.gamefaqs.com, and I take no credit what so ever for this piece of information:

 

 

 

Thanks to Otacon Pliskin, Paul Robinson and RLG once again for confirming that

the Campaign Rumpo can be stored in a garage. However, they also notified me

that the vehicle spawns permanently at Staunton, so it isn't a unique vehicle

after all. Thanks anyways.

Edited by Nick000

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Noru

heres an idea

why don't you add that new boat that was found. The Ghost, id number is 193 and

why not add the ferry and the train? I got pics of them.

 

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The-end

Well the thing is we considered adding the Ghost, but came to a conclusion that is was mearly an unfinished police boat, also the train and ferry are not driveable so we didnt add them.

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D2TK

You could add the ferry and train under a new category of "Public Transportation" or something like that.

 

Anyways, you guys did a great job. This deserves a pin.

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Bryce.

Look ace man, good work.

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Jim

Look like it came out pretty well, good work.

 

 

vicehog votes good

 

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Simon.

Bloody awesome work guys! Been waiting for one of these. I think you two deserve some little shiney's under your name icon14.gif.

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The-end

Thanks guys, me and kingv appreciate it smile.gif Ill ask him about doing the ferry and train.

 

Holy crap its got 76% rating allready tounge.gif

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RuurdV

Nice!

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simplyunkillable

you are wrong on the "ghost" boat being "just a unfinished police boat." it is supposed to be the blown-up preditor that mcaffrey has in GTA III.

 

also, the faggio is not front wheel drive, that would be impossible for a production moped.

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