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A Gauss rifle is one of the deadliest rifles in the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Named after German mathematician and physicist Carl Friedrich Gauss, the rifle uses a series of electromagnetic fields to propel ferromagnetic projectiles at tremendous speed. Its range, accuracy and stopping power are almost unparalleled.

The German M72 Gauss rifle uses 2mm EC magazines containing both batteries and rounds, but the one that was designed and used by the Chinese military requires microfusion cells needed to energize/magnetize each standard projectile round; those are already pre-loaded into the weapon, and are in the magazine attached to the side of the weapon.

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that the Courier has been to New Reno?

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that the New California Republic is the largest governmental body in the known post-war world?

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that all testers of the first batch of Nuka-Cola Quantum suffered severe internal organ failures and died within three days of ingestion?

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that Vault City's medical center is the best one available in the Wasteland outside the Enclave or the Brotherhood of Steel?

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that the medical computer in Vault 8 can tell you about a secret for after you finish Fallout 2?

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that Obsidian Entertainment was formed by some former Black Isle Studios employees?

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Did you know...
...

that the Courier has been to New Reno?

...

that the New California Republic is the largest governmental body in the known post-war world?

...

that all testers of the first batch of Nuka-Cola Quantum suffered severe internal organ failures and died within three days of ingestion?

...

that Vault City's medical center is the best one available in the Wasteland outside the Enclave or the Brotherhood of Steel?

...

that the medical computer in Vault 8 can tell you about a secret for after you finish Fallout 2?

...

that Obsidian Entertainment was formed by some former Black Isle Studios employees?

Helping out
All pages can be edited and you are welcome to join us and contribute to this wiki. Everyone is free to create a new page or edit an existing one. If you have any questions about the wiki or helping out, you can ask one of The Vault's administrators.
  • If you are new to wikis, you may want to check out the help pages and policies and guidelines.
  • If you want to help but you are not sure where to start, try improving the various stub articles by expanding them. Another helpful activity would be to check the list of wanted pages for frequently linked-to articles that do not exist yet.
  • If you want to experiment with editing a wiki, please do it in a sandbox, not in articles.