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==Locations==
===GTA III===
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==='''GTA III'''===
 
*[[Rockford]], [[Staunton Island]] - Available to buy from [[Phil Cassidy|Phil Cassidy's]] [[Phil's Army Surplus|Army Surplus]] after completion of [[Arms Shortage]].
 
*[[Rockford]], [[Staunton Island]] - Available to buy from [[Phil Cassidy|Phil Cassidy's]] [[Phil's Army Surplus|Army Surplus]] after completion of [[Arms Shortage]].
 
*[[Bedford Point]], Staunton Island - In the walled off area in the southeast part of the [[Liberty Tree]] Offices, where the mission [[Kingdom Come]] takes place. (Use the nearby [[Moonbeam]], park it by the lowest part of the wall, climb the Moonbeam, and jump over the wall to access).
 
*[[Bedford Point]], Staunton Island - In the walled off area in the southeast part of the [[Liberty Tree]] Offices, where the mission [[Kingdom Come]] takes place. (Use the nearby [[Moonbeam]], park it by the lowest part of the wall, climb the Moonbeam, and jump over the wall to access).
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*Delivered to [[Safehouses in GTA III|safehouses]] after collecting 90 [[Hidden Packages]].
 
*Delivered to [[Safehouses in GTA III|safehouses]] after collecting 90 [[Hidden Packages]].
   
===GTA Vice City===
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==='''GTA Vice City'''===
 
*[[Prawn Island]] - In Studio B (behind the moon lander) at the [[InterGlobal Films]] complex.
 
*[[Prawn Island]] - In Studio B (behind the moon lander) at the [[InterGlobal Films]] complex.
 
*[[Starfish Island]] - In the small room at the bottom of the [[Vercetti Estate|Vercetti Estate's]] stairwell east of the main entrance after the completion of [[Rub Out]].
 
*[[Starfish Island]] - In the small room at the bottom of the [[Vercetti Estate|Vercetti Estate's]] stairwell east of the main entrance after the completion of [[Rub Out]].
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*[[Fort Baxter]] - Wasting some of the [[Military|Soldiers]] will give a decent amount of M4 ammo.
 
*[[Fort Baxter]] - Wasting some of the [[Military|Soldiers]] will give a decent amount of M4 ammo.
   
===GTA San Andreas===
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==='''GTA San Andreas'''===
 
*[[Los Santos International Airport]], [[Los Santos]] - Next to the runway, there are three white and yellow striped "ramps". Between those which are placed at the end of the runway.
 
*[[Los Santos International Airport]], [[Los Santos]] - Next to the runway, there are three white and yellow striped "ramps". Between those which are placed at the end of the runway.
 
*[[Palisades]], [[San Fierro]] - Behind a house next to the beach.
 
*[[Palisades]], [[San Fierro]] - Behind a house next to the beach.
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*[[The Four Dragons Casino]], Las Venturas - In front of the casino if all 50 [[Horseshoes]] are collected.
 
*[[The Four Dragons Casino]], Las Venturas - In front of the casino if all 50 [[Horseshoes]] are collected.
   
===GTA Liberty City Stories===
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==='''GTA Liberty City Stories'''===
 
*[[Newport]], [[Staunton Island]] - Among the containers at the docks and east of an [[Unique Stunt Jumps|unique stunt jump]]. It's located between the containers that are placed towards the [[Big Shot Casino]].
 
*[[Newport]], [[Staunton Island]] - Among the containers at the docks and east of an [[Unique Stunt Jumps|unique stunt jump]]. It's located between the containers that are placed towards the [[Big Shot Casino]].
 
*[[Bedford Point]], Staunton Island - Available to purchase from [[Phil Cassidy's Fully Cocked Gun Shop]] for $5,400 once the player beats the mission "[[Friggin' the Riggin']]".
 
*[[Bedford Point]], Staunton Island - Available to purchase from [[Phil Cassidy's Fully Cocked Gun Shop]] for $5,400 once the player beats the mission "[[Friggin' the Riggin']]".
 
*Available at each [[Safehouses in GTA Liberty City Stories|safehouses]] after collecting 90 hidden packages.
 
*Available at each [[Safehouses in GTA Liberty City Stories|safehouses]] after collecting 90 hidden packages.
   
===GTA Vice City Stories===
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==='''GTA Vice City Stories'''===
 
*[[Vice Point]] - Behind the building next to northernmost [[Empire Building|empire site]].
 
*[[Vice Point]] - Behind the building next to northernmost [[Empire Building|empire site]].
 
*[[North Point Mall|Vice Point Mall]], Vice Point - Available to buy from [[Ammu-Nation]] for $5,400 but the price is decreased to $4,050 when the player beats [[Phil's Shooting Range]].
 
*[[North Point Mall|Vice Point Mall]], Vice Point - Available to buy from [[Ammu-Nation]] for $5,400 but the price is decreased to $4,050 when the player beats [[Phil's Shooting Range]].
 
*[[Fort Baxter]] - Killing soldiers will make them drop their weapons.
 
*[[Fort Baxter]] - Killing soldiers will make them drop their weapons.
   
===Grand Theft Auto IV===
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==='''Grand Theft Auto IV'''===
 
It can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $5,000 and each additional magazine will cost $100. It can be purchased from [[Little Jacob]] for $3,500 with each additional magazine costing $70. The Carbine Rifle can also be acquired from [[NOOSE]] Tactical Response Unit Officers, [[FIB]] Agents and certain [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] Officers, specifically those who guard places of high security such as [[Statue of Happiness|The Statue of Happiness]].
 
It can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $5,000 and each additional magazine will cost $100. It can be purchased from [[Little Jacob]] for $3,500 with each additional magazine costing $70. The Carbine Rifle can also be acquired from [[NOOSE]] Tactical Response Unit Officers, [[FIB]] Agents and certain [[LCPD in GTA IV Era|LCPD]] Officers, specifically those who guard places of high security such as [[Statue of Happiness|The Statue of Happiness]].
   

Revision as of 12:08, June 28, 2013

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Carbine Rifle
CarbineRifle-GTA4
Appearance(s): GTA III
GTA Vice City
GTA San Andreas
GTA Liberty City Stories
GTA Vice City Stories
GTA IV
GTA Chinatown Wars
Grand Theft Auto V
Weapon type: Assault Rifle
Damage: Average
Weight: Medium
Ammunition capacity: 600 (IV)
Available from: Ammu-Nation
Underground Gun Shops (IV)
Price: $5000 (VC, GTA III, IV)
$4500 (SA)

The Carbine Rifle, also known as the M4 and M16, is a rifle featured in every GTA game since Grand Theft Auto III. It is useful in almost any situation, boasting accuracy, power and magazine capacity. Throughout the games, the models differ slightly, along with zoom capability, rate of fire, and power.

Design and Performance

3D Universe

GTA III's rendition resembles the Armalite AR-10. This version is an inaccurately modeled and exaggerated weapon, with an exceptionally high rate of fire and a 60 round magazine. It has higher damage than the AK-47.

Vice City's rifle is modeled after the Colt 733, but called M4 in-game (which is inaccurate as the M4 was not introduced until 1994). It appears to have an aftermarket crane stock. Originally, a beta assault rifle that resembled an M16A2 was meant to be in the game but was later replaced by the current model. The M16A2's model can still be found in the game files and can be seen in the intro cutscene.

San Andreas reuses the model from Vice City, again called M4 in-game (and again inaccurate). This version has a drastically lowered rate of fire that is unusual for the rifle, but is still highly effective as a weapon. It also has a 50-round STANAG magazine. In the mission Stowaway, a government agent is shown holding a camouflaged Colt M16A1. This however, is never available to use in-game.

Yet again the model is reused in Liberty City Stories and named M4. The only change since San Andreas is that the fire rate has been increased. 

Vice City Stories features an M16A1, named Assault Rifle in-game. It uses the same model from the San Andreas mission Stowaway, sans the camoflague. Lance Vance mentions the M4 during a mission, which is an anachronism. It functions just as all previous renditions have.

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Niko Bellic holding the Carbine Rifle.

GTA IV features an M4A1, titled "Carbine Rifle" in-game. This version is accurate both in timeline and overall features, including weapon specs such as rate of fire, magazine size, etc. Unlike previous iterations, the carry handle has been replaced with an picatinny rail with an aftermarket drum sight mounted to it. It has the longest range of any non-sniper weapon in the game. It has "Property Of Liberty City Arms" stamped where the magazine release is normally found, probably a reference to the "Property Of U.S. Govt" stamped on its real-life counterpart. Performance wise, the Carbine Rifle is stellar. Accuracy and fire rate are both high, along with damage. It is highly effective in close to mid range, with accuracy dropping off at long range. Accuracy is even higher when crouched, allowing the player to fire it fully automatic while being able to hit the target reliably.

GTA Chinatown's rendition is difficult to identify, but it it has a full stock and long barrel, and the triangular hand guard as seen on the HUD suggests it is a Colt M16A1. It has tremendous power, more akin to that of a machine gun, and it has a fifty round magazine, like the San Andreas incarnation.

GTA V's assault rifle appears to be a Colt M4A1 that has been modified (or can be modified) with a shorter barrel, retracting stock and scope. It is unknown how this gun performs yet.

In-Game Appearances



In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City it is used for the first time in Rub Out, where Lance gives Tommy an M4 to kill Diaz. After the mission it can be bought at the Downtown Ammu-Nation. Then during Cop Land, a police officer and two soldiers are seen using the rifles. They can also be seen at Fort Baxter Air Base being wielded by soldiers.

In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the M4 is used by the army at a six star wanted level, during Black Project, Up, Up and Away! and Vertical Bird, and by some gangsters during End of the Line.

It is a very rare weapon during the course of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, being used only by Forelli Family hitmen in Love on the Rocks and by Massimo's guards in The Sicilian Gambit.

In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, it is used in various missions (most notably when Lance uses it in Blitzkrieg Strikes Again), and can be bought at Ammu-Nation upon unlocking Ocean Beach following From Zero to Hero. Soldiers at Fort Baxter Air Base can once again be seen wielding the rifle.

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In-Game models

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GTA III

GTA Vice City

GTA San Andreas

GTA Liberty City Stories

GTA Vice City Stories

Grand Theft Auto IV

It can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $5,000 and each additional magazine will cost $100. It can be purchased from Little Jacob for $3,500 with each additional magazine costing $70. The Carbine Rifle can also be acquired from NOOSE Tactical Response Unit Officers, FIB Agents and certain LCPD Officers, specifically those who guard places of high security such as The Statue of Happiness.

Bohan

Algonquin

  • Algonquin Bridge - Can be found atop the roof of the Pedestrian Walkway on the Algonquin side, from the subway tunnel entrance.
  • Easton - Can be found well-hidden behind some trash cans on the east side of Grand Easton Terminal. The trash cans can be reached quickly through an alley on Jade St.

Alderney

Trivia

  • In the Playstation 2 version of GTA III, the M16 has a green aiming cursor, but in the PCXbox and iOS versions of the game, the green cursor is replaced by a circle and a dot.
  • Strangely, the M4 in GTA IV has two reload animations. When Niko is standing while reloading, he will pull the charging handle, but when crouching while reloading, he takes "out" the magazine, puts "another" in and pulls the charging handle. There is no confirmed reason for why there are two reload animations, but it is speculated that it is for balancing reasons, as the player is much more effective while crouched. This oddity is also present on the AK-47.
  • In GTA IV, the bottom of the Carbine Rifle's magazine is stamped with the words "Stop Chillin Start Killin".[source needed]Template:Mainonly


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