Fandom

Counter-Strike Wiki

Counter strike team exclusive weapons

  • In cs go, why are some weapons exclusive to terrorists and some for CTs ? Also why do you think they picked certain weapons for each side? Is there any sort of pattern to it?

      Loading editor
    • Probably for balance reasons. If the CTs could buy SG 553s and AKs for the same price as the Ts , the Ts would only be able to win the pistol rounds by sheer luck.

        Loading editor
    • I know that, but do you think the specific guns for each side is like in  real life?

        Loading editor
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote:
      I know that, but do you think the specific guns for each side is like in  real life?

      Definetly not. The Galil is used by counter-terrorism forces in real-life, same as most of the neutral weapons. I doubt the terrorists would get hold of an SG 556 aswell. The Glock aswell is used by armed forces very commonly, and not available for civilian use in most countries since it's automatic.

        Loading editor
    • Counter-Strike has favored balanced over realism/practicality. Like Orihulcan said, nearly all of the "Terrorist exclusive weapons" are actually exclusively used by Counter-Terrorist forces. Some weapons, on the other hand, are quite rare to encounter due to not being wielding often. For example, the Dragnov SVD would be more commonplace but would be underpowered to counter Krieg 550 and SCAR-20 users, mostly due to having a much lower ammunition in its magazine (10 vs 30 and 20 respectively).

      Still, I feel like Valve favors the CTs more because a good number of the weapons for the Ts have horrible accuracy and/or high recoil. The Ts don't even have any silenced weapon counterparts, causing a lot of players to pick the CT side whenever they can.

        Loading editor
    • Ok then.

      I have another question, if Valve had all the neutral guns exclusive for one team, which team do you think which guns would go on?

        Loading editor
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote:
      Ok then.

      I have another question, if Valve had all the neutral guns exclusive for one team, which team do you think which guns would go on?

      Well, probably like this:

      Bizon: T

      UMP: CT

      P90: CT

      MP7: CT

      Zeus x26: CT

      AWP: CT

      SSG 08 (Scout): T

      P250: CT

      Dual Berretas (Elites): T (They're already exclusive in anything other than CS:GO anyway)

      R8 Revolver: T

      XM1014: CT

      Nova: T

      M249: CT

      Negev: T

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote:
      Ok then.

      I have another question, if Valve had all the neutral guns exclusive for one team, which team do you think which guns would go on?

      Well, probably like this:

      Bizon: T

      UMP: CT

      P90: CT

      MP7: CT

      Zeus x26: CT

      AWP: CT

      SSG 08 (Scout): T

      P250: CT

      Dual Berretas (Elites): T (They're already exclusive in anything other than CS:GO anyway)

      R8 Revolver: T

      XM1014: CT

      Nova: T

      M249: CT

      Negev: T

      Wouldn't the awp be a t weapon and the scout a ct weapon? I just think that because the awp is a traitor (terrorist) exclusive weapon in gmod ttt. also because the m3 I believe the m3 is used by police forces in real life ( and a detective exclusive weapon in ttt) I say it would be a cut weapon as well.

        Loading editor
    • CT weapon, not cut weapon.

        Loading editor
    • The AWP is used by the british police forces and military in real life. The Steyr Scout isn't made with a specific purpose in mind. If you live in a country like USA or maybe even Canada you could go out and buy a Steyr Scout right now, if you have money to spare. Not the Elite version though.

        Loading editor
    • Yeah.

      So if most terrorist exclusive and neutral guns are commonly and mainly used by CT forces, then which guns do you think would be ideal for the terrorists?

        Loading editor
    • Also, you forgot to mention the deagle. Also every team exclusive weapon has a counterpart on the other team, so one of the three smgs you said would most likely be ct weapons will have to be t. I think the p90 would be on the terrorists side as it is used by ISis and one of the terrorists uses it in a photo on the terrorists page.

        Loading editor
    • DeathBubble Gaming
      DeathBubble Gaming removed this reply because:
      R
      20:47, March 6, 2017
      This reply has been removed
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote: Also, you forgot to mention the deagle. Also every team exclusive weapon has a counterpart on the other team, so one of the three smgs you said would most likely be ct weapons will have to be t. I think the p90 would be on the terrorists side as it is used by ISis and one of the terrorists uses it in a photo on the terrorists page.

      In addition to responding to the comment above, if valve divided the guns unevenly into the two teams and guns could only go on one team, t or ct, then how do you think it would turn out like?

        Loading editor
    • DeathBubble Gaming
      DeathBubble Gaming removed this reply because:
      U
      00:40, December 6, 2016
      This reply has been removed
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote: Also, you forgot to mention the deagle. Also every team exclusive weapon has a counterpart on the other team, so one of the three smgs you said would most likely be ct weapons will have to be t. I think the p90 would be on the terrorists side as it is used by ISis and one of the terrorists uses it in a photo on the terrorists page.

      In addition to responding to the comment above, if valve divided the guns unevenly into the two teams and guns could only go on one team, t or ct, then how do you think it would turn out like?

      As if the maps weren't CT sided enough, the CTs would be at a massive advantage. Since most weps would go the the CTs as they are used by the military and whatnot irl. To be fair, having only a couple of hunting rifles and some pistols would probably make playing Terrorist really boring and people would just give up. Kinda like de_nuke right now. 

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote: Also, you forgot to mention the deagle. Also every team exclusive weapon has a counterpart on the other team, so one of the three smgs you said would most likely be ct weapons will have to be t. I think the p90 would be on the terrorists side as it is used by ISis and one of the terrorists uses it in a photo on the terrorists page.

      In addition to responding to the comment above, if valve divided the guns unevenly into the two teams and guns could only go on one team, t or ct, then how do you think it would turn out like?

      As if the maps weren't CT sided enough, the CTs would be at a massive advantage. Since most weps would go the the CTs as they are used by the military and whatnot irl. To be fair, having only a couple of hunting rifles and some pistols would probably make playing Terrorist really boring and people would just give up. Kinda like de_nuke right now. 

      Yeah, I guess the CTs having military grade weapons and the ts having hunting rifles, AKs, and pistols would make the game unfair.

      I saw a comment on the pp bizon page saying that ts use Russian, Eastern Europe, and middle eastern weapons while CTs use western weapons. Is this true, both in game and irl?

        Loading editor
    • DeathBubble Gaming wrote:

      Orihulcan wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote: Also, you forgot to mention the deagle. Also every team exclusive weapon has a counterpart on the other team, so one of the three smgs you said would most likely be ct weapons will have to be t. I think the p90 would be on the terrorists side as it is used by ISis and one of the terrorists uses it in a photo on the terrorists page.

      In addition to responding to the comment above, if valve divided the guns unevenly into the two teams and guns could only go on one team, t or ct, then how do you think it would turn out like?
      As if the maps weren't CT sided enough, the CTs would be at a massive advantage. Since most weps would go the the CTs as they are used by the military and whatnot irl. To be fair, having only a couple of hunting rifles and some pistols would probably make playing Terrorist really boring and people would just give up. Kinda like de_nuke right now. 
      Yeah, I guess the CTs having military grade weapons and the ts having hunting rifles, AKs, and pistols would make the game unfair.

      I saw a comment on the pp bizon page saying that ts use Russian, Eastern Europe, and middle eastern weapons while CTs use western weapons. Is this true, both in game and irl?

      In-game, yes. IRL, no. Each country's counter-terrorism force, militarized police, military, etc uses weapons specific to their region mostly, because it's cheaper to transport them. 

        Loading editor
    • As a side question, would the Uts 15 and the ksg (my two favorite shotguns in fps games) be ct or t weapons?

        Loading editor
    • DeathBubble Gaming
      DeathBubble Gaming removed this reply because:
      U
      00:40, December 6, 2016
      This reply has been removed
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote: As a side question, would the Uts 15 and the ksg (my two favorite shotguns in fps games) be ct or t weapons?

      In addition to replying to the above comment, would the mp5 count as a t or ct weapon? Because there several terrorist groups in the Middle East who use it, and Swat teams, a ct faction in this game , have discontinued using it.

        Loading editor
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote: As a side question, would the Uts 15 and the ksg (my two favorite shotguns in fps games) be ct or t weapons?

      In addition to replying to the above comment, would the mp5 count as a t or ct weapon? Because there several terrorist groups in the Middle East who use it, and Swat teams, a ct faction in this game , have discontinued using it.

      I still see Swat teams and cops using it so i'd put it as CT exclusive

        Loading editor
    • Ok then.

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:
      71.168.238.21 wrote:
      Ok then.

      I have another question, if Valve had all the neutral guns exclusive for one team, which team do you think which guns would go on?

      Well, probably like this:

      Bizon: T

      UMP: CT

      P90: CT

      MP7: CT

      Zeus x26: CT

      AWP: CT

      SSG 08 (Scout): T

      P250: CT

      Dual Berretas (Elites): T (They're already exclusive in anything other than CS:GO anyway)

      R8 Revolver: T

      XM1014: CT

      Nova: T

      M249: CT

      Negev: T

      Why would the pp bizon be T? On its page it says "It is used by russian counter terrorist forces and is rare out side russia. So why would it be a T weapon?

        Loading editor
    • Balance. 99% of the weapons for the Terrorists are actually majorly Counter-Terrorist weaponry. As such, the weapons could not realistically be used by Terrorist forces, however, as an above statement states:

      "Only having some pistols and a few hunting rifles would be boring."

        Loading editor
    • Ok then. I guess because the spetsnaz aren't in this game Russian weapons are considered T.

      So of the 34 weapons (including the Zeus ) in cs go, how many would be on the CT side and which ones? That is what I mainly want to know. As well as the same thing for the ksg and Uts 15.

        Loading editor
    • Subtract the AK-47, Knife (because kitchen knives are common) and (possibly) the MAC-10 from the count of weapons in CS:GO, and that's the amount for CT in reality.

        Loading editor
    • What about the sawed off, Tec 9, deagle, and dual berettas?

        Loading editor
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote:
      What about the sawed off, Tec 9, deagle, and dual berettas?

      Tec 9 - ILLEGAL

      Deagle - Probably ok.

      Sawed-off would probably also be illegal because guns have to meet a certain barrel lenght specification in most countries.

      Dualies would probably be fine, it's a pair of low powered pistols.

      Realistically, the Ts could either be able to get every single weapon, or none at all. If you can get a SG 556 illegally you could probably get a M4A1 illegally too. The silencer aswell.

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote:
      What about the sawed off, Tec 9, deagle, and dual berettas?

      Tec 9 - ILLEGAL

      Deagle - Probably ok.

      Sawed-off would probably also be illegal because guns have to meet a certain barrel lenght specification in most countries.

      Dualies would probably be fine, it's a pair of low powered pistols.

      Realistically, the Ts could either be able to get every single weapon, or none at all. If you can get a SG 556 illegally you could probably get a M4A1 illegally too. The silencer aswell.

      But the terrorists could just aquire any type of shotgun and then saw off the barrel. It says on the sawed off page " sawed off shotguns are commonly used by bank robbers as they are easy to hide. Also on the Tec 9 page it says " this weapon is commonly in the hands of terrorists and gangsters for etc reasons"

      Of course, I know that every weapon could easily be acquired by terrorists. But weapons MAINLY used by military, police, counter terrorists etc would probably count as ct, and weapons that are mass produced ( like AKs) or weapons that are barely to not at all used by the aforementioned forces would probably count as T. That's how I think of it.

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote:
      What about the sawed off, Tec 9, deagle, and dual berettas?

      Tec 9 - ILLEGAL

      Deagle - Probably ok.

      Sawed-off would probably also be illegal because guns have to meet a certain barrel lenght specification in most countries.

      Dualies would probably be fine, it's a pair of low powered pistols.

      Realistically, the Ts could either be able to get every single weapon, or none at all. If you can get a SG 556 illegally you could probably get a M4A1 illegally too. The silencer aswell.

      And what about the Negev, nova, and r8?

        Loading editor
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote:

      Orihulcan wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote:
      What about the sawed off, Tec 9, deagle, and dual berettas?

      Tec 9 - ILLEGAL

      Deagle - Probably ok.

      Sawed-off would probably also be illegal because guns have to meet a certain barrel lenght specification in most countries.

      Dualies would probably be fine, it's a pair of low powered pistols.

      Realistically, the Ts could either be able to get every single weapon, or none at all. If you can get a SG 556 illegally you could probably get a M4A1 illegally too. The silencer aswell.

      And what about the Negev, nova, and r8?

      What about the Negev, nova, and r8? Would they be fine as t weapons?

        Loading editor
    • good luck getting a military issue machine gun m8

      Otherwise you could get a Benelli Nova pretty easily.

      The R8, eh, should be fine.

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote:
      Ok then.

      I have another question, if Valve had all the neutral guns exclusive for one team, which team do you think which guns would go on?

      Well, probably like this:

      Bizon: T

      UMP: CT

      P90: CT

      MP7: CT

      Zeus x26: CT

      AWP: CT

      SSG 08 (Scout): T

      P250: CT

      Dual Berretas (Elites): T (They're already exclusive in anything other than CS:GO anyway)

      R8 Revolver: T

      XM1014: CT

      Nova: T

      M249: CT

      Negev: T

      But here you said the Negev would be a t weapon.
        Loading editor
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote:

      Orihulcan wrote:


      71.168.238.21 wrote:
      Ok then.

      I have another question, if Valve had all the neutral guns exclusive for one team, which team do you think which guns would go on?

      Well, probably like this:

      Bizon: T

      UMP: CT

      P90: CT

      MP7: CT

      Zeus x26: CT

      AWP: CT

      SSG 08 (Scout): T

      P250: CT

      Dual Berretas (Elites): T (They're already exclusive in anything other than CS:GO anyway)

      R8 Revolver: T

      XM1014: CT

      Nova: T

      M249: CT

      Negev: T

      But here you said the Negev would be a t weapon.

      Depends from which point you're looking.

      From one point, the Negev is an israelian weapon, aka it's from a (somewhat) poorer country than the likes of the USA, AND is part of the middle east, which people automatically assume as the countries were terrorists are in full power.

      From the other, realistically, it would be basically impossible to acquire a military-issue machine gun at market price anywhere, let alone a place that isn't the USA. 

        Loading editor
    • I guess that is true. Then again most if not all of the terrorist weapons are from countries like the Middle East or Russia, while ct weapons are from western countries.

      So for weapons, like the g18, g3sg1, and sg556, which aren't really suitable for the terrorist team from a realistic point of view, what would be suitable replacemeets for them. Here is what I think.


      G18: makarov/revolver

      Mac 10 (possibly if it's like the aforementioned weapons): Uzi

      G3: dragunov

      Sg556: fn fal

      Galil: also fn fal, don't know many battle rifles that could be suitable for the t team

        Loading editor
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote: I guess that is true. Then again most if not all of the terrorist weapons are from countries like the Middle East or Russia, while ct weapons are from western countries.

      So for weapons, like the g18, g3sg1, and sg556, which aren't really suitable for the terrorist team from a realistic point of view, what would be suitable replacemeets for them. Here is what I think.


      G18: makarov/revolver

      Mac 10 (possibly if it's like the aforementioned weapons): Uzi

      G3: dragunov

      Sg556: fn fal

      Galil: also fn fal, don't know many battle rifles that could be suitable for the t team

        Loading editor
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote: As a side question, would the Uts 15 and the ksg (my two favorite shotguns in fps games) be ct or t weapons?

      I feel like the former would be a t weapon and the latter a ct weapon, or both would be cut weapons.

        Loading editor
    • 173.72.20.163 wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote: As a side question, would the Uts 15 and the ksg (my two favorite shotguns in fps games) be ct or t weapons?

      I feel like the former would be a t weapon and the latter a ct weapon, or both would be cut weapons.

      I don't know any terrorist or counter terrorist groups who use them. Do you?

        Loading editor
    • KSG tends to be a military-grade slug-round shotgun (I'm trusting CoD to be accurate with me, so DISCREPANCY LIKELY), so definitely CT. The UTS is described on Wikipedia as "[wanting to be] the ultimate police-grade shotgun"... so... again... CT.

        Loading editor
    • Yeah. That's what I thought.

        Loading editor
    • Btw, come and join thread 39871 if you want.there you can make your own custom cs go maps.

        Loading editor
    • DeathBubble Gaming
      DeathBubble Gaming removed this reply because:
      U
      20:50, March 6, 2017
      This reply has been removed
    • DeathBubble Gaming wrote:
      SteveHeist wrote:
      KSG tends to be a military-grade slug-round shotgun (I'm trusting CoD to be accurate with me, so DISCREPANCY LIKELY), so definitely CT. The UTS is described on Wikipedia as "[wanting to be] the ultimate police-grade shotgun"... so... again... CT.
      While i was pretty sure that if the KSG was in the game, it would be CT, the UTS 15 was from Turkey, and in this game most T weapons come from the middle east, russia, or eastern europe, so i wasn't sure about which side it would go on.


      Well, the fact that it is a police-grade shotgun being asked about in a game placing police versus criminals (at it's core), and that it is basically a mini-KSG in and of itself, definitely would plant it CT-side.

        Loading editor
    • 71.168.238.21 wrote:

      Orihulcan wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote:
      What about the sawed off, Tec 9, deagle, and dual berettas?

      Tec 9 - ILLEGAL

      Deagle - Probably ok.

      Sawed-off would probably also be illegal because guns have to meet a certain barrel lenght specification in most countries.

      Dualies would probably be fine, it's a pair of low powered pistols.

      Realistically, the Ts could either be able to get every single weapon, or none at all. If you can get a SG 556 illegally you could probably get a M4A1 illegally too. The silencer aswell.

      But the terrorists could just aquire any type of shotgun and then saw off the barrel. It says on the sawed off page " sawed off shotguns are commonly used by bank robbers as they are easy to hide. Also on the Tec 9 page it says " this weapon is commonly in the hands of terrorists and gangsters for etc reasons"

      Of course, I know that every weapon could easily be acquired by terrorists. But weapons MAINLY used by military, police, counter terrorists etc would probably count as ct, and weapons that are mass produced ( like AKs) or weapons that are barely to not at all used by the aforementioned forces would probably count as T. That's how I think of it.

      So why does those trivia points on their pages say what they say?

        Loading editor
    • @Orihulcan "Dualies would probably be fine, it's a pair of low powered pistols"

      ...

      It's a pair of M9 Berettas. Calibered in NATO pistol rounds...

        Loading editor
    • SteveHeist wrote:
      @Orihulcan "Dualies would probably be fine, it's a pair of low powered pistols"

      ...

      It's a pair of M9 Berettas. Calibered in NATO pistol rounds...

      Yes, NATO 9mm rounds.

      Not exactly .50 BMG

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:
      SteveHeist wrote:
      @Orihulcan "Dualies would probably be fine, it's a pair of low powered pistols"

      ...

      It's a pair of M9 Berettas. Calibered in NATO pistol rounds...

      Yes, NATO 9mm rounds.

      Not exactly .50 BMG

      Still. Pretty odd to have two military-grade M9 Beretta handguns. I guess the same could be said about the CZ, Deagle, P250, R8, and Glock (just from pistols), considering all of those to be either Police/Military Grade or hard to get outside of certain countries (I have never heard of a CZ75 being in the US...).

        Loading editor
    • 173.72.20.163 wrote:

      71.168.238.21 wrote: I guess that is true. Then again most if not all of the terrorist weapons are from countries like the Middle East or Russia, while ct weapons are from western countries.

      So for weapons, like the g18, g3sg1, and sg556, which aren't really suitable for the terrorist team from a realistic point of view, what would be suitable replacements for them. Here is what I think.


      G18: makarov/revolver

      Mac 10 (possibly if it's like the aforementioned weapons): Uzi

      G3: dragunov

      Sg556: fn fal

      Galil: also fn fal, don't know many battle rifles that could be suitable for the t team

      So what would you think would be good replacements for those weapons?

        Loading editor
    • 173.72.20.163 wrote:

      173.72.20.163 wrote:


      71.168.238.21 wrote: I guess that is true. Then again most if not all of the terrorist weapons are from countries like the Middle East or Russia, while ct weapons are from western countries.

      So for weapons, like the g18, g3sg1, and sg556, which aren't really suitable for the terrorist team from a realistic point of view, what would be suitable replacements for them. Here is what I think.


      G18: makarov/revolver

      Mac 10 (possibly if it's like the aforementioned weapons): Uzi

      G3: dragunov

      Sg556: fn fal

      Galil: also fn fal, don't know many battle rifles that could be suitable for the t team

      So what would you think would be good replacements for those weapons?


      I am going to assume that this was directed at me and my above comment about some of the pistols:

      R8 would actually be fine, if it was the standard .338 caliber the S&W retails, rather than this custom-built .50 BMG that's in-game, and could replace the Deagle in that regard.

      The Glock 18 could very simply be replaced by the Glock 17 (just a name swap and no more burst-mode).

      SG 553: Scoped FN FAL (Semi-auto, ACOG sight [or equivalent])

      Galil AR: M2 Carbine.

      CZ75-Auto: CZ75 Semi (Civilian-grade).

      P250: Glock 20 (Higher magazine capacity [15? Rounds], slightly less caliber/damage).

      Dual Berettas: Dual Glock 17s.

        Loading editor
    • But the g17 is used by police and military forces, maybe the hi power instead?

        Loading editor
    • SteveHeist wrote:

      173.72.20.163 wrote:

      173.72.20.163 wrote:


      71.168.238.21 wrote: I guess that is true. Then again most if not all of the terrorist weapons are from countries like the Middle East or Russia, while ct weapons are from western countries.

      So for weapons, like the g18, g3sg1, and sg556, which aren't really suitable for the terrorist team from a realistic point of view, what would be suitable replacements for them. Here is what I think.


      G18: makarov/revolver

      Mac 10 (possibly if it's like the aforementioned weapons): Uzi

      G3: dragunov

      Sg556: fn fal

      Galil: also fn fal, don't know many battle rifles that could be suitable for the t team

      So what would you think would be good replacements for those weapons?


      I am going to assume that this was directed at me and my above comment about some of the pistols:

      R8 would actually be fine, if it was the standard .338 caliber the S&W retails, rather than this custom-built .50 BMG that's in-game, and could replace the Deagle in that regard.

      The Glock 18 could very simply be replaced by the Glock 17 (just a name swap and no more burst-mode).

      SG 553: Scoped FN FAL (Semi-auto, ACOG sight [or equivalent])

      Galil AR: M2 Carbine.

      CZ75-Auto: CZ75 Semi (Civilian-grade).

      P250: Glock 20 (Higher magazine capacity [15? Rounds], slightly less caliber/damage).

      Dual Berettas: Dual Glock 17s.

      Glocks are commonly used by police and military forces around the world ( especially the g-17) . Maybe the makarov or the browning hi power instead?

        Loading editor
    • That's too many glocks for me.

        Loading editor
    • Me too.

        Loading editor
    • Well, those are the only pistols I can think of that can compare that are mass produced. The Glock 17 and Glock 20 both have retail models that can be bought at Wal-Mart. Could trade it out for another gun, but I don't know what...

        Loading editor
    • SteveHeist wrote:
      Well, those are the only pistols I can think of that can compare that are mass produced. The Glock 17 and Glock 20 both have retail models that can be bought at Wal-Mart. Could trade it out for another gun, but I don't know what...

      Russian Makarovs, the many NORINCO copies, SIG Sauer pistols, one of the 28 Berreta pistols minus sub-compact carry baby ones, which there's only 5 of, etc.

        Loading editor
    • aren't sig sauer pistols also used by military and police as well? Also which beretta pistols are you talking about?

        Loading editor
    • 173.72.20.163 wrote:
      aren't sig sauer pistols also used by military and police as well? Also which beretta pistols are you talking about?

      Well, the P250 is a Sig Sauer pistol, so I dunno. Sig Sauer pistols are pretty cheap though. And, any Beretta pistol would do, they all look the same basically.

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:
      173.72.20.163 wrote:
      aren't sig sauer pistols also used by military and police as well? Also which beretta pistols are you talking about?
      Well, the P250 is a Sig Sauer pistol, so I dunno. Sig Sauer pistols are pretty cheap though. And, any Beretta pistol would do, they all look the same basically.


      I went ahead and did research, almost all of the P200 series handguns have a civilian variant up for sale. So they could replace weapons such as the Glock with the P226, but then we have the same problem with too many Sig Sauer pistols... We must strike a delicate balance...

        Loading editor
    • SteveHeist wrote:
      Orihulcan wrote:
      173.72.20.163 wrote:
      aren't sig sauer pistols also used by military and police as well? Also which beretta pistols are you talking about?
      Well, the P250 is a Sig Sauer pistol, so I dunno. Sig Sauer pistols are pretty cheap though. And, any Beretta pistol would do, they all look the same basically.

      I went ahead and did research, almost all of the P200 series handguns have a civilian variant up for sale. So they could replace weapons such as the Glock with the P226, but then we have the same problem with too many Sig Sauer pistols... We must strike a delicate balance...

      Wait, I know, let's use flintlock pistols. There's plenty, none are used by the military, a lot of companies made then in different ways and they're not overpowered from a game balance standpoint.

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:
      SteveHeist wrote:
      Orihulcan wrote:
      173.72.20.163 wrote:
      aren't sig sauer pistols also used by military and police as well? Also which beretta pistols are you talking about?
      Well, the P250 is a Sig Sauer pistol, so I dunno. Sig Sauer pistols are pretty cheap though. And, any Beretta pistol would do, they all look the same basically.

      I went ahead and did research, almost all of the P200 series handguns have a civilian variant up for sale. So they could replace weapons such as the Glock with the P226, but then we have the same problem with too many Sig Sauer pistols... We must strike a delicate balance...
      Wait, I know, let's use flintlock pistols. There's plenty, none are used by the military, a lot of companies made then in different ways and they're not overpowered from a game balance standpoint.


      Yeah! And we can replace the XM1014 on T side with a Blunderbuss!

        Loading editor
    • SteveHeist wrote:
      Orihulcan wrote:
      SteveHeist wrote:
      Orihulcan wrote:
      173.72.20.163 wrote:
      aren't sig sauer pistols also used by military and police as well? Also which beretta pistols are you talking about?
      Well, the P250 is a Sig Sauer pistol, so I dunno. Sig Sauer pistols are pretty cheap though. And, any Beretta pistol would do, they all look the same basically.

      I went ahead and did research, almost all of the P200 series handguns have a civilian variant up for sale. So they could replace weapons such as the Glock with the P226, but then we have the same problem with too many Sig Sauer pistols... We must strike a delicate balance...
      Wait, I know, let's use flintlock pistols. There's plenty, none are used by the military, a lot of companies made then in different ways and they're not overpowered from a game balance standpoint.

      Yeah! And we can replace the XM1014 on T side with a Blunderbuss!

      Ooh, and we can replace the AK-47 with this beauty, removing the Galil and SG 553. We can just get rid of the Sawed-Off, it's too bad, and replace the AWP aswell with a plain ol' musket.

        Loading editor
    • We could replace the Sawed-Off with the Model 1887, making the only lever action shotgun in CS as well as reducing the power of the shell.

        Loading editor
    • Ummm.... Are you sure civilians and terrorists actually use 18th century guns? I think we could keep the AK, the sawed off is decent enough to stay, and the awp would make more sense on the ct side ( contraband AW snipers would be better)

        Loading editor
    • 173.72.20.163 wrote:
      Ummm.... Are you sure civilians and terrorists actually use 18th century guns? I think we could keep the AK, the sawed off is decent enough to stay, and the awp would make more sense on the ct side ( contraband AW snipers would be better)


      *19th century, at least for the Model. As for the others, I am certain they can figure it out. We confiscated all the AK's.

        Loading editor
    • Why? AKs are like the most common terrorist weapons out there.

        Loading editor
    • Besides, why have muskets that take a year to reload when you can have AKs?

        Loading editor
    • 173.72.20.163 wrote: Besides, why have muskets that take a year to reload when you can have AKs?

      And old shotguns instead of new ones? ( i highly doubt they could get an m1014

        Loading editor
    • 173.72.20.163 wrote:

      173.72.20.163 wrote: Besides, why have muskets that take a year to reload when you can have AKs?

      And old shotguns instead of new ones? ( i highly doubt they could get an m1014


      I was joking around about the AK-47, and I do really doubt the ability for someone to get ahold of an M1014, particularly a prototype full-auto XM1014, without ripping it from the hands of a dead police officer. The Models could sit in their place, we could even make them Terrorist-exclusive Dual Wield Models if we were feeling adventurous, but that isn't quite as realistic. The Model in general could replace the M1014, but it is lever action.

        Loading editor
    • I'm a bit confused here.

        Loading editor
    • How about all of the guns were replaced with more powerful "counterparts" of them? AK with a machine gun, the XM1014 with a Atchisson Assault Shotgun (AA-12) with a 32 round drum, the machine guns with miniguns, AWP with an anti materiel rifle and the scout with a rifle comparable to the AWP, so on

        Loading editor
    • Ok, that be jumping the Shark a bit.

      As of right now, this what I have concluded from the three of us.

      Here are the terrorist exclusive weapons with a yes or no next to them- yes means we think they would be fine like that and vice versa

      Glock-no

      Mac 10-yes

      Sawed off-yes

      Tec-9-yes

      AK-yes

      Galil-no

      Sg556-no

      G3sg1-no

      And these are the neutral weapons: based on what we all think, this what I have concluded:

      P250-unsure

      Deagle-unsure

      Cz-ct

      R8-unsure

      Berettas-unsure

      Nova-t

      M1014-ct

      Bizon-ct

      Ump-ct

      P90-ct

      Mp7-ct

      Awp-ct

      Scout-t

      Saw-ct

      Negev-ct

        Loading editor
    • Desert Eagle is calibered in .50, the same as the Barrett M82A1 anti-armor sniper rifle, so that plants it firmly CT, if not cut completely. The R8 is actually chambered in .338, and is sold for self-defense use, so T could use it. Glock would be fine, if it were the mass-produced 17 or 20 models. P250 is the same as the Glock, and the Berettas are somewhat dated 9mm military-issue pistols, so probably CT side.

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:
      How about all of the guns were replaced with more powerful "counterparts" of them? AK with a machine gun, the XM1014 with a Atchisson Assault Shotgun (AA-12) with a 32 round drum, the machine guns with miniguns, AWP with an anti materiel rifle and the scout with a rifle comparable to the AWP, so on


      Man-portable miniguns are impractical in general, so that's a no.

        Loading editor
    • SteveHeist wrote:
      Desert Eagle is calibered in .50, the same as the Barrett M82A1 anti-armor sniper rifle, so that plants it firmly CT, if not cut completely. The R8 is actually chambered in .338, and is sold for self-defense use, so T could use it. Glock would be fine, if it were the mass-produced 17 or 20 models. P250 is the same as the Glock, and the Berettas are somewhat dated 9mm military-issue pistols, so probably CT side.

      From what I've seen, everyone in the USA and their mother owns a Berreta handgun. That's a bit of an over-estimation, but I still heard/saw a lot of people with Berreta handguns that had no affiliation with the military, police or local laundromat.

        Loading editor
    • Orihulcan wrote:
      SteveHeist wrote:
      Desert Eagle is calibered in .50, the same as the Barrett M82A1 anti-armor sniper rifle, so that plants it firmly CT, if not cut completely. The R8 is actually chambered in .338, and is sold for self-defense use, so T could use it. Glock would be fine, if it were the mass-produced 17 or 20 models. P250 is the same as the Glock, and the Berettas are somewhat dated 9mm military-issue pistols, so probably CT side.
      From what I've seen, everyone in the USA and their mother owns a Berreta handgun. That's a bit of an over-estimation, but I still heard/saw a lot of people with Berreta handguns that had no affiliation with the military, police or local laundromat.

      Well, then I guess they can stay neutral, because the Beretta M9 (which is what these appear to be based off of) started as a replacement for the Colt M1911, and seem to have seeped outwards from there.

        Loading editor
    • SteveHeist wrote:
      Orihulcan wrote:
      How about all of the guns were replaced with more powerful "counterparts" of them? AK with a machine gun, the XM1014 with a Atchisson Assault Shotgun (AA-12) with a 32 round drum, the machine guns with miniguns, AWP with an anti materiel rifle and the scout with a rifle comparable to the AWP, so on

      Man-portable miniguns are impractical in general, so that's a no.

      But aren't the Negev and M249 impractical aswell?

        Loading editor
    • But they can be used by hand, whereas miniguns have to be vehicle mounted

        Loading editor
    • 173.72.20.163 wrote:
      But they can be used by hand, whereas miniguns have to be vehicle mounted

      XM214_Microgun

      4000 RPM, man-handled, 1000 rounds.

      Could fire up to 10000 RPM but they limited it so you have more control over what you're firing

        Loading editor
    • You know, if we grouped the weapons into grades like how the skins are graded, like this:

      consumer grade

      industrial grade

      mil spec

      restricted

      classified

      covert

      what would it look like [feel free to use examples that aren't in cs go]

        Loading editor
    • Pistols: Consumer

      CZ-75 Auto: Industrial

      SMGs: Mil-Spec

      LMGs: Restricted

      Assault Rifles: Classified

      Sniper Rifles: Covert

        Loading editor
    • Oh. I meant specific weapons, not their classes, but alright.

        Loading editor
    • Well, then spread out the general associations to each weapon (e.g. UMP-45: Mil-Spec). I just shortened the answer.

        Loading editor
    • This is what I think the classes mean:

      Consumer: Civilian

      Industrial: Law enforcement/security forces/PMC

      Mil-spec: Military

      Restricted: Special forces/counter terrorists

      Classified: Iintelligence Agencies

      Covert:Government/Spy agencies

        Loading editor
    • BTW join thread 39871 if you want to think of custom cs go maps.

        Loading editor
    • 173.72.20.163 wrote: This is what I think the classes mean:

      Consumer: Civilian

      Industrial: Law enforcement/security forces/PMC

      Mil-spec: Military

      Restricted: Special forces/counter terrorists

      Classified: Iintelligence Agencies

      Covert:Government/Spy agencies

      Well, that's accurate. However, the names mean little in terms of Counter-Strike itself, which is why many will refer to Mil-Spec as simply blue.

        Loading editor
    • SteveHeist wrote:
      KSG tends to be a military-grade slug-round shotgun (I'm trusting CoD to be accurate with me, so DISCREPANCY LIKELY), so definitely CT. The UTS is described on Wikipedia as "[wanting to be] the ultimate police-grade shotgun"... so... again... CT.

      I did some research, and the KSG is on sale at the NRA's official store for civilian purchase. I still think it would be better as a CT weapon [It is used by the 707], but thats just a heads up.

        Loading editor
    • One thing we haven't been talking about on this forum is the CT side weapons.I think that other than the five-seveN, the mag-7 and possibly the FAMAS would be better  on the T side.

        Loading editor
    • Along with the p2000 and the USP.

        Loading editor
    • Well, no one has visited this thread in a while, so I' ll do an unofficial conclusion to it. A few of the T weapons would make more sense as neutral or CT weapons, while a bunch of the neutrals are a bit murky in where they should go. For the most part though the weapons are fine ( other than the deagle )

      CS:Go may not be great in which forces use certain weapons, but at least it's not as bad as COD.

        Loading editor
    • A Fandom user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.