The Smith and Wesson model 28, Highway Patrolman, is the standard sidearm for C.O. at Abbott and many other law enforcement agencies in Maryland. It is chambered in the .357 Magnum calibre and holds six rounds. It is an extremely deadly weapon. Those adept in firing such a firearm can be far more deadly while brandishing two of these pistols. As the firearm rules are quite lax at Abbott, these pistols can be found in abundance where ever C.O. may store them. The ammunition is also quite easy to come by.
(1935 - Present)
- Type: Revolver
- Caliber(s): .357 Magnum, .38 Special
- Weight: lbs ( kg)
- Length: in ( cm)
- Barrel length(s): 3.5 in, 4 in (10.2 cm), 6 in (15.2 cm), 8.4 in (21.4 cm), 10.6 in (27 cm) (only the 4 is used at Abbott)
- Capacity: 6-round Cylinder
A .357 Magnum revolver used by police officers and COs alike. Can be wielded alone or in pairs. Its ammunition is more scarce than the Colt 1911, but its power is much higher, able to put down some monsters with just one shot.