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{{Infobox weapon
 
{{Infobox weapon
|name = PSG-1
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|name = Combat Sniper
 
|image = PSG-1-GTA4.png
 
|image = PSG-1-GTA4.png
|games = [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA Vice City]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]] <br> [[The Lost and Damned]]<br>[[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]
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|games = ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA Vice City]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]<br>[[The Lost and Damned]]<br>[[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]''
|slot = Rifle
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|slot = Sniper rifle
 
|damage = High
 
|damage = High
 
|weight = Heavy
 
|weight = Heavy
|ammo = 50 rounds (10 round clip) <small>(IV)</small>
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|ammo = 7 rounds <small>(3D Universe)</small><br>10 rounds <small>(GTA IV)</small>
 
|sold in = [[Ammu-Nation]]<br>Underground arms dealers <small>(IV)</small>
 
|sold in = [[Ammu-Nation]]<br>Underground arms dealers <small>(IV)</small>
 
|price = $8,000 <small>(ammo $500)</small> <small>(IV)</small>
 
|price = $8,000 <small>(ammo $500)</small> <small>(IV)</small>
|caption = PSG-1 in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]]}}
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|caption = Combat Sniper in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]]}}
   
{{q|Assassination remains rifle in [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]. Who is [[Mr. Black]]?|GTA Vice City Website.}}
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{{Quote|Assassination remains rifle in [[Vice City (3D Universe)|Vice City]]. Who is [[Mr. Black]]?|GTA Vice City Website.}}
   
The '''PSG-1''' is a semi-automatic Sniper Rifle based on the rifle of the same name. It is designed and manufactured by Heckler & Koch of Germany. In the GTA Series, the PSG-1 is equipped with both a telescopic sight and a red laser point sight. The rifle has a seven bullet magazine, allowing for (brief) rapid firing, in contrast to the bolt-action mechanism of the regular [[Sniper Rifle]].
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The '''Combat Sniper''' is a semi-automatic sniper rifle available in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]], [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], and its [[Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City|episodes]].
   
The HK MSG90 rifle, a Military Variant of the PSG-1, was first featured in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] and is also seen in [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]. The rifle is labeled as the "PSG-1" only in the PS2 Version of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City; all other versions label it '''.308 Sniper''', and it is labeled '''Laser Sighted Sniper Rifle''' in Liberty City Stories. It also has a [[suppressor]] but serves no purpose other than aesthetics. In [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]], the MSG90 is replaced by a [[Dragunov]] (SVD-1) to fit the game's setting of [[1984]].
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==Description==
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In the 3D universe, the rifle is equipped with both a telescopic sight and a red [[Laser Sight|laser point sight]]. It has a seven bullet magazine, allowing for (brief) rapid firing, in contrast to the bolt-action mechanism of the regular [[Sniper Rifle]].
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The H&K SR9 T rifle was first featured in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] and is also seen in [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]. The rifle is labeled as the "'''PSG-1'''" only in the PS2 Version of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City; all other versions label it '''.308 Sniper''', and it is labeled '''Laser Sighted Sniper Rifle''' in Liberty City Stories. It also has a [[suppressor]] but serves no purpose other than aesthetics. In [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]], the SR9 T is replaced by a [[wp:Dragunov sniper rifle|Dragunov SVD]], and it is referred to as "Laser Sniper".
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The PSG-1 in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] is referred to in-game as the '''Combat Sniper'''. It has a ten-round magazine, and excellent range. The reticule used is not a standard [[wp:Telescopic_sight#Mil-dot_reticules|mil-dot]], but the graduated sight found on the Russian [http://world.guns.ru/sniper/sn18-e.htm SVD Dragunov]'s PSO-1 scope. During first-person aiming, if the player is standing, there is a noticeable movement of the scope due to [[Niko Bellic]]'s breathing. This can be minimized by crouching. The Combat Sniper rifle delivers a one-headshot kill in single player and multiplayer, unless the target is armored. It will also kill with about 3 shots to the body. It can easily take down pedestrians, drivers, motorcyclists and, with patience and extreme accurancy, take down helicopter pilots.
   
The PSG-1 (not a MSG90) in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] is referenced in-game as the '''Combat Sniper'''. It has a ten-round magazine, and excellent range. The reticule used is not a standard [[wp:Telescopic_sight#Mil-dot_reticules|mil-dot]], but the graduated sight found on the Russian [http://world.guns.ru/sniper/sn18-e.htm SVD Dragunov]'s PSO-1 scope. During first-person aiming, if the player is standing, there is a noticeable movement of the scope due to [[Niko Bellic]]'s breathing. This can be minimized by crouching. The Combat Sniper rifle delivers a one-headshot kill in single player and multiplayer, unless the target is armored. It will also kill with about 3 shots to the body. It can easily take down pedestrians, drivers, motorcyclists and, with patience and extreme accurancy, take down helicopter pilots.
 
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
 
===GTA: Vice City===
 
===GTA: Vice City===
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*[[Fort Staunton]], [[Staunton Island]] - On the balcony of [[Ristorante Ecoli]]. It is easiest to acquire this weapon after the mission "[[Bringing the House Down]]" — due to the height of the balcony, it is very difficult to acquire this gun while the restaurant is still intact.
 
*[[Fort Staunton]], [[Staunton Island]] - On the balcony of [[Ristorante Ecoli]]. It is easiest to acquire this weapon after the mission "[[Bringing the House Down]]" — due to the height of the balcony, it is very difficult to acquire this gun while the restaurant is still intact.
 
*Available at hideouts after finding 70 Hidden Packages.
 
*Available at hideouts after finding 70 Hidden Packages.
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===GTA: Vice City Stories===
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*[[Washington Beach]] - Spawns on the roof of the [[Washington Beach Police Department|police station]].
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*[[Vice Point]] - Available at the [[Ammu-Nation]] shop for $8,000.
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** Price decreases to $4,000 one the player beats [[Phil's Shooting Range]].
   
 
===Grand Theft Auto IV===
 
===Grand Theft Auto IV===
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The Combat Sniper can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $8,500 and each additional magazine will cost $500. It is also available from [[Little Jacob]], [[Terry Thorpe]] in [[The Lost & Damned|TLAD]], and [[Armando Torres]] in [[The Ballad of Gay Tony|TBoGT]] for $5,000, with each additional magazine costing $500. It can also be acquired from certain [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] officers attempting to snipe the player from rooftops such as the rooftops of [[Chinatown, Algonquin|Chinatown]] and of [[The Exchange]].
The Combat Sniper can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $8,500 and each additional magazine will cost $500. It is also available from [[Little Jacob]], [[Terry Thorpe]] in TLAD, and [[Armando Torres]] in TBoGT for $5,000, with each additional magazine costing $500. It can also be acquired from certain [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] officers attempting to snipe the player from rooftops such as the rooftops of [[Chinatown, Algonquin|Chinatown]] and of [[The Exchange]].
 
 
   
 
[[File:IV - Combat Sniper (H&K PSG-1)target.png|thumb|275px]]
 
[[File:IV - Combat Sniper (H&K PSG-1)target.png|thumb|275px]]
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The [[GTA Liberty City Stories]] PSG-1 reuses the beta [[GTA Vice City]] model found in the PS2 files.
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*The [[GTA Liberty City Stories]], PSG-1 reuses the beta [[GTA Vice City]] model found in the PS2 files.
*The PSG-1 was going to appear in [[GTA San Andreas]], but it was removed without a reason, although it can be seen in [[Ammu-Nation]]. And the [[Sniper Rifle]]'s HUD icon resembles to PSG-1.
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*The HUD icon in [[GTA Vice City Stories]] shows a PSG-1, indicating that Rockstar was intending to use a PSG in Vice City Stories, but it was cut during the development of the game.
*It is possible that the PSG-1 was going to appear in [[GTA V]], as seen in an artwork of Trevor below.
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*The PSG-1 was going to appear in [[GTA San Andreas]], but it was removed for whatever reason, although it can be seen in [[Ammu-Nation]], and the [[Sniper Rifle]]'s HUD icon resembles the PSG-1.
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*The PSG-1 in Vice City is one of the most powerful weapons in the game sans explosive devices such as the Rocket Launcher. A full magazine will easily destroy any unarmored vehicles in the game and make some missions such as "All Hands on Deck" a cinch to complete. It is this unbalance why the weapon was probably taken out of GTA:SA.
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*When purchasing weapons from either [[Little Jacob]], [[Terry Thorpe]] or [[Armando Torres]] in the [[GTA IV]] trilogy, the Combat Sniper is simply referred to as "Sniper Rifle".
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*In [[GTA V]], there is an artwork of [[Trevor Philips]] holding a PSG-1 while on top of a [[Blazer]]. It could be possible that the PSG-1 was in the beta version but was cut in the final release.
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*In the PS2 version of [[GTA Vice City]], PSG-1 model doesn't have a silencer and the clip is a bit smaller.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery>
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Trevor-GTAV.jpg|[[Trevor Phillips|Trevor]] holding a PSG-1
 
Niko-PSG-1-GTAIV-screenshot.jpg|[[Niko]] holding a PSG-1.
 
</gallery>
 
 
===In-Game Models===
 
===In-Game Models===
 
 
<center>
 
<center>
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
Image:PSG-1-GTAVC.png|GTA Vice City and GTA LCS.
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Image:PSG-1-GTAVC.png|GTA Vice City and GTA LCS
Image:PSG-1-GTA4.png|GTA IV.
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Image:Dragunov-GTAVCS.png|GTA VCS
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Image:PSG-1-GTA4.png|GTA IV
 
282px-CombatSniper-GTAVC-prerelease.jpg|Pre-release Vice city model
 
282px-CombatSniper-GTAVC-prerelease.jpg|Pre-release Vice city model
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psg.png|PSG1 found in the San Andreas game files.
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TrevorArt-GTAV.jpg|Artwork of Trevor holding a PSG-1.
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Combat_Sniper_GTAV_Ammunation_Assembly_poster.jpg|Combat Sniper assembly poster in Ammunation in GTAV
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
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[[Category:Weapons in The Lost and Damned]]
 
[[Category:Weapons in The Lost and Damned]]
 
[[Category:Weapons in The Ballad of Gay Tony]]
 
[[Category:Weapons in The Ballad of Gay Tony]]
[[Category:Weapons in GTA V]]
 
[[Category:Weapons in GTA Online]]
 
 
[[Category:Sniper Rifles]]
 
[[Category:Sniper Rifles]]
[[Category:Beta Weapons]]
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[[Category:Military-Grade Weapons]]

Latest revision as of 07:59, September 20, 2014

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Combat Sniper
PSG-1-GTA4

Combat Sniper in GTA IV

Appearance(s): GTA Vice City
GTA Liberty City Stories
GTA Vice City Stories
Grand Theft Auto IV
The Lost and Damned
The Ballad of Gay Tony
Weapon type: Sniper rifle
Damage: High
Weight: Heavy
Ammunition capacity: 7 rounds (3D Universe)
10 rounds (GTA IV)
Available from: Ammu-Nation
Underground arms dealers (IV)
Price: $8,000 (ammo $500) (IV)
"Assassination remains rifle in Vice City. Who is Mr. Black?"
―GTA Vice City Website.

The Combat Sniper is a semi-automatic sniper rifle available in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, Grand Theft Auto IV, and its episodes.

DescriptionEdit

In the 3D universe, the rifle is equipped with both a telescopic sight and a red laser point sight. It has a seven bullet magazine, allowing for (brief) rapid firing, in contrast to the bolt-action mechanism of the regular Sniper Rifle. The H&K SR9 T rifle was first featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and is also seen in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. The rifle is labeled as the "PSG-1" only in the PS2 Version of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City; all other versions label it .308 Sniper, and it is labeled Laser Sighted Sniper Rifle in Liberty City Stories. It also has a suppressor but serves no purpose other than aesthetics. In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, the SR9 T is replaced by a Dragunov SVD, and it is referred to as "Laser Sniper".

The PSG-1 in Grand Theft Auto IV is referred to in-game as the Combat Sniper. It has a ten-round magazine, and excellent range. The reticule used is not a standard mil-dot, but the graduated sight found on the Russian SVD Dragunov's PSO-1 scope. During first-person aiming, if the player is standing, there is a noticeable movement of the scope due to Niko Bellic's breathing. This can be minimized by crouching. The Combat Sniper rifle delivers a one-headshot kill in single player and multiplayer, unless the target is armored. It will also kill with about 3 shots to the body. It can easily take down pedestrians, drivers, motorcyclists and, with patience and extreme accurancy, take down helicopter pilots.

LocationsEdit

GTA: Vice CityEdit

GTA: Liberty City StoriesEdit

GTA: Vice City StoriesEdit

Grand Theft Auto IVEdit

The Combat Sniper can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $8,500 and each additional magazine will cost $500. It is also available from Little Jacob, Terry Thorpe in TLAD, and Armando Torres in TBoGT for $5,000, with each additional magazine costing $500. It can also be acquired from certain LCPD officers attempting to snipe the player from rooftops such as the rooftops of Chinatown and of The Exchange.

IV - Combat Sniper (H&K PSG-1)target

Algonquin

Alderney

  • Acter - Can be found on the roof of an apartment complex off Aspdin Drive. A helicopter is required, as there is no roof access from the ground.
  • Acter Industrial Park - Can be found atop another crude oil refining tower on Trinity Rd on the southwestern end of the Acter Industrial Park.

GlitchEdit

There is a glitch in GTA IV that if you keep crouching and shooting at the same time, the weapon's rate of fire will increase.

TriviaEdit

  • The GTA Liberty City Stories, PSG-1 reuses the beta GTA Vice City model found in the PS2 files.
  • The HUD icon in GTA Vice City Stories shows a PSG-1, indicating that Rockstar was intending to use a PSG in Vice City Stories, but it was cut during the development of the game.
  • The PSG-1 was going to appear in GTA San Andreas, but it was removed for whatever reason, although it can be seen in Ammu-Nation, and the Sniper Rifle's HUD icon resembles the PSG-1.
  • The PSG-1 in Vice City is one of the most powerful weapons in the game sans explosive devices such as the Rocket Launcher. A full magazine will easily destroy any unarmored vehicles in the game and make some missions such as "All Hands on Deck" a cinch to complete. It is this unbalance why the weapon was probably taken out of GTA:SA.
  • When purchasing weapons from either Little Jacob, Terry Thorpe or Armando Torres in the GTA IV trilogy, the Combat Sniper is simply referred to as "Sniper Rifle".
  • In GTA V, there is an artwork of Trevor Philips holding a PSG-1 while on top of a Blazer. It could be possible that the PSG-1 was in the beta version but was cut in the final release.
  • In the PS2 version of GTA Vice City, PSG-1 model doesn't have a silencer and the clip is a bit smaller.

GalleryEdit

In-Game ModelsEdit

HUD IconsEdit

NavigationEdit

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