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A variety of characters use the "Combat Pistol", a Desert Eagle Mark XIX with a 9-round magazine, but with the .50AE version's unfluted barrel.
The lettering on the slide implies it was based on a reference model with .50AE or .44 markings, since it says it is a "Deagle .47".
It also has a fancy thumbhole stock, barrel ribbing, and a bayonet mount. Liberty City's criminals make extensive use of AK-47s. It also appears to have a much longer barrel than the standard 14.5 inch.
Interesting to note, while the shotgun is semi-automatic in normal combat, when blind-firing the weapon around a corner, Niko will rack a non-existent pump. It is also seen in Niko's hands to execute the final antagonist in the "Revenge" ending of the game (even if the player was not equipped with one before that cutscene). The "rifle in cover" hand positions seem designed for a gun with a magazine for Niko to rest the base of his left hand against; as can be seen here, this doesn't exactly work with the AK. Niko uses an M4A1 during the mission "Three Leaf Clover". This is a contradiction in the strictest sense, since "carbine" usually refers to a shortened version of a full-sized rifle or musket; "carbine rifle" would mean the weapon is both shortened and full-length. The basic bolt-action sniper rifle featured in the game is the Remington 700, used by the majority of marksmen.
It becomes available later in the game, and can be obtained from LCPD patrol cars even though the cops themselves use the Pump Shotgun when provoked. It has a smaller magazine capacity (thirty rounds) than the Micro SMG, but despite using the same 9mm cartridge, is more accurate, more damaging, and has a somewhat longer effective range. E teams, prison guards, and select officers guarding public places such as subway stations and the airport, and appears to have the carry handle removed and has only a stick-up rear sight.
The in-game version can hold ten shells, two more than its real-life counterpart. In the PC version of GTA IV, Niko racks the charging handle after reloading, while in the console counterpart and in all versions of TLAD/TBo GT, only an HK slap is performed, indicating that the charging handle incorrectly locked back on its own before changing the magazine. The firearm also appears in the hands of organized crime groups.
Various gang members, biker vigilantes, and some LCPD, NOOSE, and FIB officers make use of it.Grand Theft Auto IV's second downloadable episode, The Ballad of Gay Tony, injects Liberty City with an overdose of guns, glitz, and grime.