Calling Card

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Calling Card
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Russian carbine chambered in Calling Card ammunition.
// ASSET FILE DATA
File nameID
Card1379
// GENERAL DATA
Context typeRare Ranged Weapon
SizeSecondary: 6 slots (3 × 2)
Firing modesSafety • Auto
Range125 meters • 136.7017 yards
Rate of fire10 RPS
Quality50% degrade chance (1 wear)
// ATTACHMENT SYSTEM
HooksSight • Tactical
Defaults
  • Calling Card Iron Sights
Magazines
  • Calling Card Magazine (71)   [DEF]
// DAMAGE
P. skullP. spineP. armP. leg
~36.3~26.4~19.8~19.8
Z. skullZ. spineZ. armZ. leg
~108.9~59.4~29.7~29.7
A. skullA. spineA. limb
~36.3~26.4~19.8
BarricadeStructureVehicleResource
10102312
ObjectInvulnerability negation
15Cannot bypass invulnerability.
// ADVANCED BALLISTICS
ForceStepTravelDrop
n/a12.5 m100.002
ADS spreadHip-fire spread
0.0250.05
// HANDLING
Horizontal recoilH. recovery
-1 to 360%
Vertical recoilV. recovery
0.5 to 160%
ReplaceUnplaceReload
70%100%100%
AbscissaOrdinateApplicate
-0.001 to 0.0010.001 to -0.001-0.005 to -0.01

The Calling Card is a Rare Ranged Weapon in Unturned (version 3).

Overview[edit]

It spawns with the Calling Card Iron Sights and Calling Card Magazine by default. It takes up six slots in the inventory, and may be equipped in either the primary or secondary weapon slot.

Acquirement[edit]

The Calling Card can be found at the Krovi Estate location in the Russia map. It can also be obtained via Carepackages.

Blueprints[edit]

Category Inputs Tools Skills Outputs
Repair Calling Card (damaged) + Metal Scrap (4)
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Blowtorch
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Engineer I
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Calling Card (repaired)
Tools Calling Card
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n/a
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n/a
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Metal Scrap (3) + Maple Plank

Trivia[edit]

  • It is based on the PPSh-41.
  • Its name is likely a reference to the identical term in criminology as a particular object left behind by a criminal at a scene of a crime, often as a way of taunting police or claiming responsibility.