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|SAS: Zombie Assault 3 Weapon|
|Raging Bull .44|
|Available at:||Rank 7|
252.5 (w/ Extra Damage)
4 with AP rounds
16 (w/ High Capacity)
The Raging Bull is more than 3 times more powerful than the Glock 17, and early on is a must buy. Though it only holds 8 rounds compared to the Glock's 17, this weapon is capable of killing up to 3 Zombies at once (4 with AP rounds) Classified as a pistol, it has unlimited ammunition which adds to its value early on in the game. It's an excellent weapon for saving money on ammunition and is the third most powerful non-premium handgun.
The Raging Bull can even compete with the Desert Eagle .50 later on, which it outclasses in both damage and penetration ability making it a great weapon in later ranks, only truly being outclassed by the Nitro Express .600 and the MAC-10. Its only disadvantage is its small capacity, but this is somewhat negated by its quick reload time. Even with a small capacity, its penetration allows it to potentially hit up to 24 zombies with a single cylinder (32 with AP rounds). Ideally, the weapon should be used against a smaller swarm of tightly grouped zombies when its small capacity and penetration ability can be used at its full potential.
- Though the game refers to the revolver as a "semi-automatic pistol", in reality revolvers are not a type of pistol. Rather, revolvers and pistols are two distinctive divisions of handguns.
- On a similar note, most revolvers are not semi-automatic. The Raging Bull .44 is double-action meaning that by pulling the trigger two things occur: The hammer hits the primer to fire a round, and at the same time the cylinder is rotated to the next chamber. This effectively mimics the functionality of a semi-automatic weapon, though in reality the trigger pull of a double-action requires significantly more force.