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.44 Shepherd
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Class

Pistol

Cost

1200 SR
2000 SR2

Ammo

bullet

Clip size

6

Pickup Ammo

5 SR
15 SR2

Total Ammo

250

Damage

400 SR
200 SR2

Refire Delay

500

Ragdoll Force

300

Melee Range

1.4

Range

150

Spread

2

Trigger

Single

Unlockable

3 Cribs SR
5 Hoods SR2

Used By

Mr. Wong
Vice Kings

Appears in

Saints Row
Saints Row 2

The .44 Shepherd is a weapon in Saints Row, Saints Row 2 and Saints Row: Total Control.

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Not to be confused with 45 Shepherd

Overview[]

The .44 Shepherd is the only revolver in the Saints Row series, and is the strongest pistol after the GDHC .50.

The .44 Shepherd can only fire six rounds before being reloaded, and unlike the other pistols in the game, it cannot be fired rapidly. It makes up for this with incredible stopping power and pinpoint accuracy. One shot to the chest kills a regular enemy in Saints Row, while it takes two shots in Saints Row 2.

Analysis[]

Pros
  • Most powerful pistol in the games.
  • Very accurate aim.
  • Dual-wield increases rate of fire.
  • Consumes ammo at a slower rate.
Cons
  • Can't be fired rapidly.
  • The weapon and ammo are quite expensive.
  • Only holds six rounds.

Trivia[]

  • The Cheat for this weapon in Saints Row is #74374373 (#Shepherd).
  • The Cheat for this weapon in Saints Row 2 is #921.
  • In Saints Row and Saints Row 2, the .44 Shepherd resembles the real life Colt Anaconda with a wooden grip, and takes its name from the .44 Magnum cartridge. In Saints Row: Total Control, the .44 Shepherd resembles the Colt Python.
  • In Saints Row 2, Mr. Wong uses a .44 Shepherd while helping Playa fight off The Ronin during their attack on the Saints Hideout.[1]
  • This weapon also appears in the unreleased game Saints Row Undercover.[2]
  • In Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV, the .44 Shepherd, along with the AR-40 Xtnd, NR4 and the RPG Launcher, are displayed on a wall behind the counter of Let's Pretend with an orange tip on the end, denoting that they are realistic toy guns.[screenshot?]
  • In Saints Row 2, homies and enemies inside vehicles can shoot the .44 Shepherd at a much higher rate of fire than possible (at a rate similar to the VICE 9). This is particularly evident during the Fuzz activity with friendly police officers.

Gallery[]

.44 Shepherd icon in Saints Row

.44 Shepherd icon in Saints Row 2

.44 Shepherd in Saints Row

.44 Shepherd viewed in a model viewer

Friendly Fire in Rounds Square Shopping Center - .44 Shepherd

.44 Shepherd - Saints Row 2 promo

.44 Shepherd in Saints Row: Total Control

Gold .44 Shepherd in Saints Row: Total Control

The Colt Anaconda, which the Saints Row and Saints Row 2 .44 Shepherd resembles

The real life Colt Anaconda

The real life .44 Magnum cartridge, which the .44 Shepherd uses

The Colt Python, which the Saints Row: Total Control .44 Shepherd resembles


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References[]

  1. Mission: Good D
  2. Image:

    The .44 Shepherd being used in "Saints Row Undercover"