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H&H Tools nail gun

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H&H Tools nail gun
H&H Tools nail gun.png
Nail gun icon.png
SkillGuns 75
Strength Req.2
Attack statistics
9 (10.7)
126 (209.9)
DPS (reload)
89.1 (146.2)
Crit Dmg
Crit % Mult
14 (19.6)AP20
Ammo & reloading
Ammo TypeNails
Ammo Cap.90
Reload Time
2.7 (2)
Item HP550
10mm pistol
One-handed guns
Editor ID?
Base IDxx00925e
Perk Effects
Perks (dam.)
Lord Death
Perks (Att.)
Fast Shot
Perks (Rel.)
Rapid Reload
Gametitle-FNV LR.png
Gametitle-FNV LR.png

The H&H Tools Nailer nail gun is a weapon in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Lonesome Road.


H&H Tools nail gun expanded

The H&H Tools nail gun is a tool designed and manufactured by H&H Tool Company that uses pneumatic pressure to project nails into furniture, roofing and other construction projects. Since the War, is has been re-purposed into a fully automatic weapon to project nails into limbs, skulls and other bodily attachments. It has a design comparable to a 9mm SMG, with a yellow color. It is fairly common though has an extremely high resale value. It does twice the damage to limbs and is silent.



  • The data files contain incomplete data for flechette ammunition; however, none is available in-game.
  • It has the highest rate of fire for any one handed gun.
  • When aiming in first person the impact of the round will not match up with the sights, making them ineffective at long range.
  • Despite decent durability, it will break down rapidly due to the high rate of fire.
  • The Courier still needs a high Guns skill to wield the weapon efficiently, despite it being created for construction.
  • The Nails used as ammunition for the nail gun are actually too big to be fit the magazine and feed, instead the nail gun uses a different nail model (seen below).


  • When firing in third person, the nail projectile will appear to be floating just out of the muzzle. However this is likely due to the high rate of fire and absence of muzzle flash.
  • The player's hands will clip through the bottom rail of the gun in third-person mode.