In this video we’re going through how to gold in the prep mission, for the Loud method, of the first heist in Grand Theft Auto 5, by grabbing the Police Issue Carbine Rifles; where we’ll be, err, commandeering a ominous looking SUV.

Grand Theft Auto is a truly massive game. Between GTA 5 and the constant updates from Rockstar for GTA Online; there’s no shortage of new content and interesting things to do.

Join me, then, in our continuing series, Getting gold in every damn mission, in GTA 5 as we look at Carbine Rifles.

…and don’t forget to hang about until the end, so you can catch our bonus tips for evading the cops

Getting gold in this one sounds simple enough – all we have to do is lose our wanted level in 2 minutes or less.

This can be is a mix of skill and luck; and you may need to give this mission a couple of goes to get it right. The mission is mercifully short on replay, though.

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After receiving a text from Lester, Michael needs to ambush an LSPD tactical team truck full of weapons that Michael and his crew will need for the heist.


The FIB is a variant of the Granger modified for FIB/NOOSE use. It always comes with a full black paint job and LED flashing red/blue lights on the front and rear windshields. Because of the purpose of the vehicle, the FIB lacks a push bar or spotlights on the doors. The FIB Granger also has unknown window tint applied to its windows as default.

About the Heist

Franklin drives Michael, the driver and the gunman to the jeweler’s in a van.

While the gunman holds the hostages, Michael and the driver start ransacking the store while Franklin waits outside with the bikes.

A poor driver will drop some of the jewelry, reducing the take to approximately $4.5 million.