|Effects||High ranged damage|
|Source||17th to 18th century era|
|Cost to buy||Unknown|
|Cost to sell||Unknown|
These single-fire rifles are effective in ranged combat, but have poor accuracy and a tendency to go off the course of the target. These are loaded with flint and a ball inside the musket and then fired, but the time to reload is a fair amount of time for the opponent to reach the user, taking about 15 seconds for a trained person to reload the weapon. That is why there are Bayonet attachments under the barrel for close-quarter combat.
It is unknown why Grayson was wielding a musket at the floating bow as opposed to any other possible weapon in that era (the 21st century), considering the fact that muskets were created hundreds of years before that and they were rare and found as museum props or artifacts, manufactured around the 17th to 18th century.
It is speculated that Grayson disposed to this weapon upon his arrival in the portal. Grayson mentions about the musket in "Witnesses" when he and Drake see a floating Diamond Sword threatening some Paganums.