Gray Zone Warfare “True Grit” Quest Guide

True Grit is a quest given by Handshake. He asks players to find and retrieve an antique revolver. The revolver is located in the North, at Hunter’s Paradise.

True Grit Quest Details

Hey there, champ. Listen, I’ve got a little side gig going on, and I’m wondering if you’d like a piece of the action. I’ve got a client on the line who was here when s*** hit the fan and managed to escape. However, he seems to have misplaced his prized possession – a Colt Single Action Army revolver that John Wayne himself used in True Grit. Now, I’ve never seen that movie; not really a Western fan, you know? But this guy is willing to pay big bucks if we get that little piece of movie memorabilia back to him.

Frankly, I doubt it was even his in the first place. He’s probably just using the situation to nab somebody else’s property, but I really don’t care about that. What matters is that if you help me with this, I might have some more work lined up your way. Off the books, of course.

According to him, the revolver is in a wooden case, and it should be somewhere in the shooting range west of the resort. You’ll keep your eyes peeled when you’re over there, right?


  • Retrieve the antique revolver and report back to Handshake
  • Locate the antique revolver


  • Recon
  • USD 7,800/50,000
  • Experience: 1000
  • Reputation: +150


The quest is located at Hunter’s Paradise, the north side of the map. More precisely, is at the Motel, in Room 102, which is locked. The room can be unlocked with HP 102 (Hunter’s Paradise Motel Room 102 Key). Once you take it, return it to Handshake without dying.

Its location can be found here (green marker):

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