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The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 The subject of this article appeared in Zombies mode The subject of this article appears in Blackout The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: Mobile


The Koshka (Кошка, Russian for "Kitty") is a bullpup, straight-pull bolt-action sniper rifle featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Call of Duty: Mobile.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

"Bolt-action sniper rifle. Fast handling, 1-shot kill to the head and chest. Hold LSHIFT while ADS to steady."
— In-game description

Specifications

Multiplayer

In multiplayer, the Koshka is unlocked at level 43. Its operator mod is the Strelok, which increases weapon accuracy while ADS, by reducing the hip fire spread as the player aims down sights.

Zombies

The Koshka appears in all zombies maps where it's available as a weapon within the Mystery Box for 950 points and as a wall weapon for 4500 points. It is the only sniper rifle that can be bought off a wall.  When upgraded via Pack-a-Punch Machine, it becomes the Bakeneko with the magazine size increased to 14 rounds and its ammo reserve increased to 140.

Attachments

Optics

Other

Gallery

For attachments images, see Koshka/Attachments.

Call of Duty: Mobile

"Bolt-action sniper rifle with a low fire rate, widened lethal area, and high accuracy. Equipped with exclusive attachments, it can significantly improve accuracy while ADS."
— Description

The Koshka returns in Call of Duty: Mobile. It was added in April 2022 as part of the Season 4: Wild Dogs update.

Attachments

Muzzle

Barrel

Optic

Stock

  • OWC Skeleton Stock
  • Mobility Stock
  • RTC Steady Stock

Rear Grip

Ammunition

Laser

Perks

Blueprints

Epic

  • Skiff Shot
  • Underbrush

Legendary

  • Wundergewehr

Trivia

General

  • The inscription on the magazine receiver (Попался / Popalsya) means "Gotcha!"
  • A Russian flag can be seen painted above the magazine and stock.

Call of Duty: Black ops 4

  • The Operator Mod for the Koshka, the Strelok (Russian: Стрелок) literally means "sharpshooter."
  • Equipping the Iron Sight attachment doesn't flip the front sight of the weapon up. Instead, an additional front sight is added near the foregrip.
  • The Pack-A-Punched variant of the Koshka "Bakeneko" translates to 化け猫, lit. "form of cat"; in Japanese folklore, a type of yokai bearing resemblance to a cat.
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