7.62mm (Fallout 2)

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For an overview of 7.62mm rounds throughout the Fallout series, see 7.62mm.
7.62mm
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Mag. Size
20
AC Mod
-5%
damage mod
1/1
DR mod
-10%
Weight1Value$ 150
Prototype ID00000363
 
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7.62mm is a type of ammunition in Fallout and Fallout 2.

Background[edit | edit source]

Main article: 7.62mm

The 7.62x51mm NATO bullet (or 7.62x39mm bullet in Nuka-World) consists of a gilding metal jacket and a lead antimony slug. It is a boat-tailed bullet (rear of bullet is tapered) and weighs 173 grains. The tip of the bullet is not colored. The base of the cartridge is stamped with the year of manufacture and a circle that has vertical and horizontal lines, sectioning it into quarters. Its spread (accuracy standard) for a 10-shot group is no more than 12 inches at 550 meters.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

The 7.62mm ammunition is more of a curio and a relic, than a legitimate choice. It's used by a handful of weapons, with two being notable (FN FAL (night sight) and the rare M60), but lacks the excellent bonuses of late-game ammunition like 4.7mm caseless and 2mm EC. As such, it's use is largely contextual: The night sight FN FAL can be a powerful tool if attacking foes during the night.

Weapons using this ammunition[edit | edit source]

Weapon Ammo Performance vs. armor
None Leather jacket Leather armor Metal armor Combat armor Power armor Advanced power armor
FN FAL
FN FAL (night sight)
7.62mm

13.2 - 20.9

10.8 - 17.1

8.5 - 14.45

6.4 - 12

4.9 - 9.8

0 - 4.9

-1.65 - 2.2

FN FAL HPFA 7.62mm

12.1 - 24.2

9.9 - 19.8

7.65 - 17

5.6 - 14.4

4.2 - 11.9

-0.7 - 7

-2.2 - 3.85

M60 7.62mm

19.8 - 28.6

16.2 - 23.4

13.6 - 20.4

11.2 - 17.6

9.1 - 14.7

4.2 - 9.8

1.65 - 6.05


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