Walking Dead Weapons & Ammo Breakdown
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The Walking Dead is one of the biggest series on TV. With so many characters and so many kills, we've decided to put together a breakdown of the most deadly characters, their favorite weapons and some interesting info on their weapons.
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- WALKING DEAD THE GUNS & AMMUNITION
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- PROS RICK GRIMES Weapon of Choice KILLS 127 As of 3/9/14 COLT PYTHON Rick packs the Colt Python for the majority of the show and racks up the most kills with this Magnum caliber revolver. Accurate Smooth trigger pull Tight cylinder lock-up Can be hidden or stored for a long time without any decrease in functionality The .357 Magnum caliber revolver cartridge is regarded by many as an excellent self-defense round. of those were with his Colt Python T O TA L 70 The hollow point has a reputation of being the gold standard of stopping power among handgun cartridges. $1 avg. cost per round CONS Maximum 6 shots before reload required Lockwork needs to be re-timed with continued heavy shooting Ammo expensive view the full infographic
- PROS CONS DARYL DIXON Weapon of Choice KILLS 98 As of 3/9/14 HORTON SCOUT 125 CROSSBOW Daryl gets his claim to fame and lands the second most kills in the show using his crossbow throughout the entire show. Quiet Accurate Relatively lightweight Long reload time Difficult to handle Must reuse ammo, i.e. collect from fallen bodies of those were with his Crossbow T O TA L 60 $5 avg. cost per arrow view the full infographic
- PROS CONS MICHONNE Weapon of Choice KILLS 45 As of 3/9/14 JAPANESE KATANA Michonne is usually seen brandishing this samurai sword which makes for easy mob shredding. Smooth No dependence on ammo or reload time Little care or maintenance required Difficult to use of those were with her katana T O TA L 31 view the full infographic
- PROS CONS GLENN RHEE Weapon of Choice KILLS 31 As of 3/9/14 SHARPENED PIPE Clearing walkers from a fence is a piece of cake with this weapon. Glenn is spotted many times throughout the show utilizing this deadly weapon. No ammo No reload time Short range, must be used hand-to-hand with walkers of those were with a sharpened pipe T O TA L 9 view the full infographic
- PROS MAGGIE GREENE Weapon of Choice KILLS 25 As of 3/9/14 GLOCK 17 Maggie is spotted using a Glock 17 many times througout the show. The Glock 17 is known for its reliability and durability. Extremely reliable and durable Easy to use and maintain Holds a lot of rounds for a pistol 9mm ammo is extremely affordable and easy to find. of those were with a Glock 17 T O TA L 6 $0.30 avg. cost per round CONS Size makes it tricky to carry Accuracy is not as good as many other guns view the full infographic
- PROS CONS CARL GRIMES Weapon of Choice KILLS 41 As of 3/9/14 BERETTA 92FS WITH SILENCER Carl is extremely effective at killing walkers with his Beretta. Berettas are known for reliability, accuracy, and durability. Beautiful fit and finish Unsurpassed reliability Superb accuracy Great durability Hard pushable trigger decreases first shot's accuracy of those were with his Beretta T O TA L 34 $0.30 avg. cost per round view the full infographic
- PROS TYREESE Weapon of Choice KILLS 40 As of 3/9/14 HAMMER Tyresse uses his hammer to blow off steam and let his anger out on the walkers. No ammo No reload time of those were with a hammer T O TA L 40 CONS Short range In the show, you never actually see Tyreese kill a walker with a gun. view the full infographic
- CAROL PELETIER Weapon of Choice KILLS 15 As of 3/9/14 KNIFE (OR WHATEVER IS AVAILABLE) Carol seems to kill more living people than walkers. She took it upon herself to teach children how to wield a knife. of those were with her knife T O TA L 3 view the full infographic
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