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[[File:Musket-GTAV.png|right|thumb|300x300px|The Musket in GTA V.]]
 
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The '''Musket''' is a weapon, classified in-game as a [[Shotgun]], appearing in [[Grand Theft Auto V]] and [[Grand Theft Auto Online]] after the the [[Independence Day Special]] is downloaded.
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The '''Musket''' is a weapon, classified in-game as a [[Shotgun]], appearing in [[Grand Theft Auto V]] and [[Grand Theft Auto Online]] after the the [[Independence Day Special]] is downloaded. The Musket has a long range and high damage; however, the weapon has the longest reload time of any weapon, making the weapon impractical for nearly all combat situations.
  
 
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*The Musket is classified in-game as a Shotgun despite being its own weapon classification in real life.
 
*The Musket is classified in-game as a Shotgun despite being its own weapon classification in real life.
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*Despite being slotted as a shotgun, the Musket consumes Sniper Rifle ammunition.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:15, 31 August 2014

The Musket in GTA V.

The Musket is a weapon, classified in-game as a Shotgun, appearing in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online after the the Independence Day Special is downloaded. The Musket has a long range and high damage; however, the weapon has the longest reload time of any weapon, making the weapon impractical for nearly all combat situations.

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GTA V

Trivia

  • The Musket is classified in-game as a Shotgun despite being its own weapon classification in real life.
  • Despite being slotted as a shotgun, the Musket consumes Sniper Rifle ammunition.