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Call of Duty: Finest Hour Edit
- "The compact size of the M3A1 makes it an ideal fit for use inside a tank. With its relatively low rate of fire, this weapon is easier to control than most submachine guns."
- — Manual description
The M3 Grease Gun appears in one mission only, in the mission the player takes control of Sgt. Sam Rivers in an American Sherman Tank. While on foot the player receives an M3. The Grease Gun has a slightly larger sight than the Call of Duty 2 model and has a faster rate of fire. However it lacks in power, but overall a good choice of weaponry for the mission.
Call of Duty 2 Edit
Head: 3, Chest: 1.5, Limbs: 1
2.4 loaded, 3.2 unloaded
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The M3 Grease Gun is the same as the Thompson from Call of Duty with a few differences. It has a 32-round magazine, very manageable recoil, good damage, and good accuracy. However, it has a very low rate of fire, making it harder to effectively use it in close quarters engagements. Its iron sights are also very small (just a tiny triangle-shaped pin at the gun's front), making it difficult to get accurate shots. Nonetheless, it is a solid weapon which users of the Call of Duty Thompson might prefer over the Call of Duty 2 Thompson, or for those looking for a change.
Call of Duty: World at War
|The subject matter of this article was cut from the final version of a Call of Duty game.|
The M3 Grease Gun was originally going to be in Call of Duty: World at War, but it is cut from final version.