Colonel Autumn's laser pistol (Broken Steel)

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This page is about the modified version that appears with the Broken Steel add-on. For the standard version that appears in Fallout 3 without the Broken Steel add-on, see Colonel Autumn's laser pistol. For an overview of laser pistol models in the Fallout series of games, see laser pistol.
Colonel Autumn's laser pistol
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Requirements
SkillEnergy Weapons
Attack statistics
Dmg/Attack
18 (18.9)
DPS
54 (56.7)
DPS (reload)
41.5 (43.6)
Crit Dmg
18
Crit % Mult
x1.5
Attacks/Sec
3AP17
Projectiles1Spread0
Crit Effect
Disintegration on death
Ammo & reloading
Ammo TypeSmall energy cell
Ammo/Shot
1
Shots/Reload
30
Ammo Cap.30
Reload Time
3
Other
Weight3Value420
Item HP500
Repair
AEP7 laser pistols
Editor ID?
Base ID000abbe4
Perk Effects
Perks (dam.)
 
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Colonel Autumn's laser pistol is a specially modified AEP7 laser pistol in the Fallout 3 add-on, Broken Steel.

Background[edit | edit source]

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

The standard energy sidearm of the United States Armed Forces, the AEP7 replaced the AEP5 model. Boasting redesigned internal components, including a new photonic focusing chamber and completely redesigned focusing crystal pattern, the AEP7 offers a respectable damage output, excellent accuracy at range, and generous battery size. By taking advantage of new manufacturing techniques developed shortly before the Great War, it also boasted reduced weight and bulk compared to previous models.[1]

It's entirely likely that if wartime logistic troubles did not delay development and deployment, the AEP7 and its superior version, the AEP9, would have entirely superseded the N99 10mm pistol as the standard sidearm of the U.S. military. As it stands, the Great War prevented it from being widely deployed, despite a large number of units being produced. Repair and calibration are generally recommended whenever a functional laser pistol is found.[1]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

This weapon, like many other unique weapon variants in Fallout 3, is visually identical to its common counterpart. It is powered by easy to find energy cells, uses very few action points, and can be repaired with its common variant, the AEP7 laser pistol.

With the Broken Steel add-on installed, Colonel Autumn's laser pistol has been reduced to a semi-automatic weapon, along with several stats being modified to reflect the slower rate of fire. Its stats would be reduced to the same as the Smuggler's End, except it weighs 1 more pound and is worth 30 fewer caps. Also since the patch, this laser pistol does less damage than Protectron's Gaze, and is also no longer classified as a quest item.

This laser pistol can fire 694 bolts, about 23 full cells, before breaking, which is 32 bolts fewer than the normal laser pistol.

Variants[edit | edit source]

Comparison[edit | edit source]

Name Type Dmg/shot DPS Att/sec Crit mult Crit dmg Spread AP cost Ammo Ammo cap Weight Item HP Value Notes
Laser pistol Energy pistol 12 36 3 x1.5 12 0.0 17 Energy cell 30 3 350 320 -
Smuggler's End Energy pistol 18 54 3 x1.5 18 0.0 17 Energy cell 30 2 500 450 -
Protectron's Gaze Energy shotgun-pistol 24 72 3 x1.0 24 2.5 17 Energy cell 20 3 500 320 Fires 5 projectiles
Colonel Autumn's laser pistol Energy pistol 10 120 12 x0.08 22 0.0 17 Energy cell 30 2 500 420 Fully automatic
Colonel Autumn's laser pistol (Broken Steel) Energy pistol 18 54 3 x1.5 18 0.0 17 Energy cell 30 3 500 420 -


Locations[edit | edit source]

As the name suggests, the pistol is found on Colonel Autumn, who is in the Jefferson Memorial rotunda during the quest Take it Back!.

Bugs[edit | edit source]

  • PlayStation 3Icon ps3.png While using the laser pistol, in third person the Lone Wanderer's upper right arm may either twist, or 'compress' while firing.
  • Xbox 360Icon xbox360.png The automatic firing rate can return to the regular firing rate due to an unknown bug.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Citadel terminals. Terminal, AEP7 Laser Pistol: "The AEP7 Laser Pistol was put into service to replace the AEP5, a model which was notorious for its problems with overheating. The AEP7 features a new design in the photonic focusing chamber as well as an entirely redesigned focusing crystal pattern. The bulk and weight have both been reduced over previous models and it was likely that within the new few development cycles, the successor to the AEP7 would replace the n99 10mm as the standard issue sidearm for all forces.

    The AEP7 took advantage of new manufacturing techniques developed shortly before the Great War. Although many were produced, most did not make it into field service because of logistics problems concerning their deployment during active wartime.

    The AEP7 can be a rare find in the Capital Wasteland, and any models that are produced should be returned to the Citadel for repair and recalibrating before field deployment."