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Anti-Scorched training pistol

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Anti-Scorched training pistol
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TypePistol
Damage
DamageSee 10mm pistol (Fallout 76)
Damage TypeBallistic
Attacks
Ammo Type10mm round
Special Effects
Anti-Scorched
25% more damage against Scorched, 20% less against everything else.
 
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The Anti-Scorched training pistol is a weapon in Fallout 76.

Background[edit | edit source]

The following section is transcluded from 10mm pistol. To modify, please edit the source page.

The 10mm combat pistol[1] is a next-generation 10mm sidearm created before the Great War. While it is a different design from the N99,[2] it uses the same gas-operated action, allowing it to use 10mm ammunition with ease. Key differences include a slide stop, automatically locking the slide back when the weapon runs dry, a disassembly lever in the front section, safety in front of the trigger, rather than on the slide, and compatibility with a plethora of aftermarket modifications.[3]

Available to both government and civilian clients, the combat pistol could be fitted with an automatic receiver, turning it into a submachine gun, as well as a variety of optics (including the high-tech recon scopes), silencers, and other accessories to improve its performance. Of course, the flexibility came at a cost, as the combat pistol required more expensive machining and materials than the N99, consisting primarily of simple flat surfaces.[4]

This particular pistol was modified with depleted ultracite, giving it enhanced performance against the Scorched.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

A reasonably effective weapon at early stages, when it's obtained, but outclassed if the quest is attempted at later levels.

Modifications[edit | edit source]

Locations[edit | edit source]

References

  1. Boston Airport terminals: "Outgoing Supply Order RQR-2200
    1x 10mm Combat Pistol"
  2. The Art of Fallout 4 p. 236: "The base 10mm, for instance, is a different design from the version in Fallout 3. But with the proper mods, you can transform it into something very similar."
  3. Weapon appearance in Fallout 4.
  4. Weapon modifications and appearance in Fallout 4.