Model 625
The Model 625, as seen in-game.
Weapon Type Secondary
Attachment Slots None
Caliber .45 ACP
Magazine Type 6 Round Model 625 Magazine
Fire Modes Semi-Automatic
Fire Rate Semi-Automatic only
Accuracy 1.5/10
Hipfire Accuracy 6.6/10
Recoil 4.0/10
Rarity Very Common
Loot Area Civilian
The Model 625 is a double-action revolver that takes 6-round .45 caliber magazines.


(Named Revolver ingame) The Smith & Wesson Model 625 revolver is a double action revolver chambered in .45 ACP. It has a barrel length of four inches and a muzzle velocity of 800 ft/s. It was created in 1988 by the American arms company Smith & Wesson. Multiple variants of the Model 625 revolver have been created, such as the Fitz Special and the Model 625 JM.


The Model 625 revolver has the appearance of a revolver. It has a long barrel, much longer than it has in real life. It has a black grip, along with a silverish-grey body. The cylinder which holds the ammunition is located above and to the left of the grip. Also, the weapon has sights in the form of a long vertical line.  The sights for this weapon are considered some of the best in the game.


The Model 625 is effective at medium ranges. It has a decent front sight, along with a great deal of accuracy in both unaimed and aimed firing. It uses the powerful .45 ACP round, making it deal heavy damage, along with having a lot of recoil. It has a 6 round magazine capacity, and ammo runs out quickly.

Recommended UseEdit

The Model 625 is best used only when out of ammo in your primary. It can hit targets at medium ranges, and has decent sights, making it a good choice for combat at moderate ranges. It is not the best choice for killing players, due to its 6 round magazine capacity. It can easily dispatch a zombie with a few hits, and can even penetrate military zombie helmets often, making it a better choice for survival than for being a bandit.


  • The barrel on the revolver in game is much longer than it is in real life.
  • The revolver is the only firearm that can't be suppressed, since the chambers are exposed, making the suppression impossible.

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