This is an old-fashioned musket which is known to be used by legendary snipers in the mid-seventeenth century. It has a great destruction power with its flintlock mechanics, although very obsolete.
- Instant kill, except leg
- Light weight
- Short reload time
- Available for both Counter-Terrorist and Terrorist
- High accuracy when not moving
- Low rate of fire
- Expensive for a pistol
- Low spare ammunition
- Very expensive ammunition cost
- Has a slight delay before bullet fired due to flintlock mechanism
- Low accuracy when moving
- Obtainable via Code Box only
Tips and tricks
- Divine Lock can do one-hit-kill on all body parts except leg.
- Do not move when firing, crouch when possible.
- South Korea: 28 July 2011.
- Taiwan/Hong Kong: 9 August 2011
- China: 12 August 2011
- Singapore/Malaysia: 26 March 2014.
- Indonesia: 23 April 2014.
- CSN:Z: 1 April 2015.
- Vietnam: 21 May 2015.
- China: 11 March 2020
- Divine Lock model in game is based on the KTW Flintlock Pistol airsoft gun.
- Earlier Singapore/Malaysia in-game banners misspelled the Divine Lock as the "Devine Lock". This typo was fixed later on.
- One of the idle animations depict the user spinning the gun.
- Sometimes it doesn't deal instant-kill, even though the player was aiming at any part other than legs.
- If the user changes to the primary weapon while the firing animation is playing, the primary weapon's animation will play instead, with the Divine Lock's firing sound. This bug was fixed in one of the later updates.
- In Counter-Strike Nexon: Zombies, there was a bug where sometimes, firing the Divine Lock will trigger one of the hostage's voice responses. This bug was fixed too.
- The reload animation only shows the player loading the ball into the barrel and skipped the procedure of loading the powder. In real-life, this will result in failure to fire.
- The Kingdom variant is known as "Matchlock Pistol" in South Korea, Taiwan/Hong Kong and CSN:S, despite it still being a flintlock pistol.
- Flintlock at Wikipedia.