Colt M1911 vs C-3000 b1at-ch35Edit
.357 Magnum vs .357 Plus 1 K1L-u Edit
Scoped Mosin-Nagant (Only available through Modding)Edit
Springfield vs PaP Springfield (Only through Modding)Edit
M1A1 Carbine vs Widdershins RC-1Edit
M7 Grenade Launcher vs The ImploderEdit
Browning M1919 vs B115 AcceleratorEdit
Double-Barreled Shotgun vs 24 Bore Long RangeEdit
Sawed-Off Double-Barreled Shotgun w/ Grip vs The Snuff Box (Only through Modding)Edit
M1897 Trench Gun vs Gut ShotEdit
M2 Flamethrower vs F1W Nitrogen CooledEdit
Panzerschreck vs LonginusEdit
Wunderwaffe DG-2 vs Wunderwaffe DG-3 JZEdit
- All Pack-a-Punched weapons have a certain Pack-a-Punch camouflage scheme. In World at War, the camouflage is a metallic tone.
- Some Pack-a-Punched weapons have numbers that stand for letters, also known as "leet-speak", a symbolic alphabet that uses a combination of ASCII characters to stand for letters (5 = S, 3 = E, |-| = H, etc.).
- ".357 Plus 1 K1L-u" is leet for ".357 plus I kill you".
- "C-3000 b1atch35" is leet for "see 3000 biatches".
- "FU-A11" in "Barracuda FU-A11" is leet for "fuck you all".
- "1001 Samurais" is a reference to the weapon's Japanese origin (as Samurais are Japanese fighters) and the popular film "101 Dalmatians".
- "M1000" refers to the fact that 1000 is commonly called "1 grand". Players often mispronounce "M1 Garand" as "M1 Grand".
- "Spatz" in "Spatz-447 +" is German for "sparrow".
- "The Widow Maker" is a phrase that refers to someone or something that kills multiple men, leaving their wives widowed.
- Some Pack-a-Punched weapons have the number 115 in their name, referring to Ununpentium, also known as Element 115, which was related to the creation of the zombies, teleporters and the Wonder Weapons.