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Frag mine (Fallout: New Vegas)

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Frag mine
FragMine.png
Mine icon.png
Requirements
SkillExplosives 25
Attack statistics
Dmg/Attack
1 (1.2) + 100 (179) ExplosionIcon explosion.png
Crit Dmg
0
Crit % Mult
x1
Attacks/Sec
0.5 (0.6)AP35
Other
Weight0.5Value75
Item HP5
Editor ID?
Base ID0000433c
Perk Effects
Perks (dam.)
Demolitions Expert
( +60 ExplosionIcon explosion.png)
Bloody Mess
(+0.1 +5 ExplosionIcon explosion.png)
Lord Death
(+0 +4 ExplosionIcon explosion.png)
Thought You Died
(+0.1 +10 ExplosionIcon explosion.png)
Perks (Att.)
 
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The frag mine is an explosive weapon in Fallout: New Vegas.

Characteristics

The frag mine is a placed explosive device. The explosive activates when any land-based target approaches within 4.6 feet[1] and detonates in a 9-foot[2] radius after a three second timer elapses. The target's explosive skill (or lack thereof) can determine how long the countdown actually lasts.

Like other proximity mines, it cannot be used in V.A.T.S.

Locations

  • Primm - Three frag mines can be found on the bridge between the NCR camp and the hotels. Must be disarmed by the player.
  • Frag mines can be found spread out in the no-man's-land between Camp Forlorn Hope and Nelson. Tortured NCR soldiers being used as traps there also have frag mines very close by.
  • Nipton - Live mines are placed as traps in the town hall, and in one of the residential houses.
  • Three can be found hidden under traffic cones on the road east of Nipton. Must be disarmed.
  • Ranger station Charlie - Placed as traps after talking to Andy about the station, or beginning Return to Sender.

References

  1. 100 unit proximity, 128 units = 6 feet.
  2. 192 unit radius.