The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. The subject of this article appeared in Zombies mode

The Five-seven is a semi-automatic pistol that appears in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Call of Duty: Black Ops II. It was cut from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare[edit | edit source]

Throwing Knife menu icon MW3.png The subject matter of this article was cut from the final version of a Call of Duty game.

This weapon was originally intended to be included in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, but was cut during development. Reference to this weapon can be found in the script files for Immediate Action, associated with the SAS side.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3[edit | edit source]

Campaign[edit | edit source]

The Five Seven appears in "Turbulence", used by FSO agents, including Andrei Harkov, before the plane crashes, and Makarov is also seen using one when executing Agent Harkov. In "Back on the Grid", it is used by Yuri to kill the hyena he encounters when breaching the church courtyard. In "Mind the Gap", it is used by Inner Circle troops in Last Stand. In "Scorched Earth", when breaching the closet at the end of the mission, Frost draws Sandman's Five Seven from his hip holster to kill two Inner Circle troops.

Multiplayer[edit | edit source]

The Five Seven is unlocked at Level 58. It has the lowest damage of any handgun in the game, but nonetheless retains enough power to kill in three shots at close range (similar to the P99 and USP .45) and has lower recoil than these two pistols. It also features the largest magazine size of any handgun (16 by default and 24 with Extended Mags) and the magazine enters the weapon almost instantaneously when equipped with Akimbo, making reloads nearly instantaneous when reload canceling or when using Sleight of Hand. Also, the Five Seven has a fire-cap of 1016 RPM, second only to the P99 in the handguns category.

The Five Seven is available in one of the FFA Gunplay gamemodes "3x6" at the sixth, twelfth, and eighteenth tier. The Five Seven also appears in Infected as the secondary for "Knife vs Striker" and "Knife vs Barrett". It is equipped with Akimbo in both loadouts.

Special Ops[edit | edit source]

The Five Seven is available for both Survival and Mission modes.

Mission Mode[edit | edit source]

The Five Seven is the player's starting weapon in the Mission Mode challenges Milehigh Jack and Fatal Extraction. It can be selected by the player in Charges Set, while in Firewall and Hostage Taker enemies use it.

Survival Mode[edit | edit source]

The Five Seven is one of the starting weapons for Survival Mode, unlocked by default from the Weapon Armory for $250. It is the default weapon for Tier 1 (Easy) Survival Mode missions and appears in Tier 4 (Insane) Survival Mode missions, along with the M16A4. The Five Seven's low damage is made up for by the fast fire rate and largest default magazine in any pistol. Heavily wounded enemies use this in all Tier 1 and 4 maps.

Attachments[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Call of Duty: Black Ops II[edit | edit source]

"Semi-automatic pistol. Versatile and strong overall with a large magazine."
— Description.

Campaign[edit | edit source]

The Five-seven can be selected in the customize class menu after the player unlocks it. It is also used by Farid when Menendez tells him to execute Harper, and he either chooses to kill Harper with it, or attempts to shoot Menendez but fails. If Harper is shot, Farid later carries a Five-seven in Odysseus and kills DeFalco with it if present (getting shot back and killed by DeFalco in the process).

Multiplayer[edit | edit source]

The Five-seven is featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops II multiplayer, where it is the default pistol unlocked. It boasts high close range damage, the largest magazine of any secondary pistol and very minimal recoil, as well as having a higher fire-cap than its competitor, the Tac-45. While it has a two-hit kill potential, its damage drops off very quickly to a three to four-hit kill over the space of only 2.5 meters. The Long Barrel attachment is an average choice for the weapon, as the Five-seven's very short two-hit kill range will not be extended significantly, however its rather long three-hit kill range can be extended much further. The Suppressor is therefore a wise attachment choice, as the range penalty of the suppressor is minimal for the weapon compared to previous Call of Duty titles, and the Five-seven's three-hit-kill range is reasonably long. The Reflex Sight can be very useful if in need of a mid-long range back-up weapon to compliment a close-range primary such as a shotgun, as the Five-seven's low recoil and considerable range make for a deadly combination even when at a distance. Due to its high damage and large ammo capacity, Dual Wield is a very useful attachment, as the user will be able to kill many enemies before requiring a reload. The only downside to this attachment is its inherent inaccuracy outside of close range. This inaccuracy, however, combined with each pistol's high fire rate and large ammo capacity can allow dual-wielded Five-sevens to be used similarly as a shotgun, filling a large area with a high volume of bullets in a short space of time. Note that the two hit kill range with dual wield is increased to 7.5 meters.

Attachments[edit | edit source]

Zombies[edit | edit source]

The Five-seven is available in the Mystery Box for 950 points, both single and dual-wielded. Only the Dual-Wielded version is available in Mob of the Dead. In Origins, it appears as a wall weapon and can be bought for 1100 points; however, its dual-wield variant remains available in the Mystery Box. A single Five-seven retains its 20-round magazine from multiplayer, while the Dual Wield version uses 15-round magazines. The Pack-a-Punched version of the single pistol is called the Ultra, and dual-wielded version is called Ultra & Violet. When Pack-a-Punched a second time it gains the Fast Mag attachment. This is only for the single Five-seven, as the dual-wielded version can only be Pack-a-Punched once.

The dual-wielded Five-sevens get 420 rounds as starting reserve ammo when taken from the Mystery Box, but the Max Ammo power-up gives the maximum limit of 435 rounds in reserve. The same applies when Pack-a-Punching them, as they get 485 starting reserve rounds when taking them from the PaP machine, but the Max Ammo gives the max limit of 505 reserve rounds.

Both the dual and single wield versions have large reserves of ammo, making them worthwhile weapons. The recoil is low, and the damage is on par with most assault rifles per bullet. The semi-automatic fire rate is also slightly faster than the starting pistol, allowing for a higher fire rate without Double Tap Root Beer. The Five-seven can be considered as the spiritual successor to the CZ75, the main difference being the Five-seven's Pack-a-Punched version (Ultra) lacks the automatic fire that the CZ75's Pack-a-Punched version (Calamity) possesses. The Dual Wield version of the Five-seven differs in the usual hip-fire only shooting, as Ultra & Violet mainly increase in fire power. Both variants excel at mobility, allowing for fast knifing and weaving around zombie hordes. They can also be considered as good as most primary weapons, making easy work of zombies up to round 15.

Five-seven vs Ultra[edit | edit source]

Five-Seven Ultra
Five-seven Zombies BOII.png Ultra BOII.png
Damage 160-90 300-180
Fire mode Semi-automatic Semi-automatic
Rate of fire 750 RPM 750 RPM
Magazine size 20 20
Max ammo 120+20 200+20
Mobility High High
Extras More ammo, higher damage
Possible Attachments Fast Mag

Dual Wield Five-Seven vs Ultra & Violet[edit | edit source]

Five-Seven Dual Wield Ultra and Violet
Five Seven Dual Wield BOII.png Ultra & Violet BOII.png
Damage 160-90 300-180
Fire mode Semi-automatic Semi-automatic
Rate of fire 625 RPM 625 RPM
Magazine size 15/15 20/20
Max ammo 435+15/15 505+20/20
Mobility High High
Extras More ammo, larger magazine, higher damage

Gallery[edit | edit source]

For Attachment images, see Five Seven/Attachments.
For camouflage images, see Five Seven/Camouflage.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3[edit | edit source]

  • During the zero-gravity moment while on the plane in "Turbulence", the Five-Seven has a different reload animation. The gun is at a different angle and the magazine simply floats away rather than the player taking it out.
    • If the player drops the Five-Seven during the Zero Gravity sequence, then proceeds to pick it up after the Zero Gravity sequence ends, the Five-Seven will be held and reloaded as if it is in Zero Gravity and it will have the pickup icon of the M9.
  • From a first-person view, the player is holding the Five-Seven with one hand, while in third-person, the character model holds the gun with two hands.
  • At Call of Duty XP, the Five-Seven reused the M9's pickup icon from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
  • 5.7×28 is seen written on the side of the weapon.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II[edit | edit source]

  • When dual wielding, each Five-Seven has different firing sounds and make different "click" sounds when fired while empty.
  • When equipped with Gold or Afterlife camouflage, the magazine is respectively coloured, though when reloading, the fresh magazine is black. With Diamond camo, only the fresh magazine has diamonds while the reloaded one is golden.
  • The Five-Seven's default reload animation is the same as ASP's.
  • Emblems are printed backwards on the Five-Seven.
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