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Military Surplus Buyer's Guide”
The front cover of the magazine depicts racks of Tommy guns on the front cover, advertising its 12 full color pages and articles such as, .308: America's Greatest Ally, Top 5 Battle rifles Rated!, CZ-57 Minigun: New AND Legal!, and Flamers for Home Defense?
|Closest map marker||Location description|
|Camp McCarran||In a tent with a lot of shelves on top of some metal boxes on a counter next to ammunition boxes and some fission batteries (has to be stolen).|
|Camp McCarran||In a tent below a bunkbed.|
|Executive Suites||On a suitcase in a bedroom.|
|Nipton General Store||On the second floor, lying on the rug next to the overturned couch.|
|Primm||On the second level of the ruined building next to the Nash Residence. On a bedframe next to two ammunition boxes. Sometimes this one cannot be picked up and no "Take Milsup Review" will appear.|
|Ranger Station Delta||In the cellar of the ruined building, hidden on the generator under the table in the pool room.|
|Red Rock Canyon||NW tent around the fire. On the floor with/under a Programmer's Digest and Lad's Life.|
|Vault 34||Found next to a pile of rubber next to a first aid box and a 10mm submachinegun|
|Villa Police Station||In the basement level, in the first room with the terminal, on top of the crates with the stairway behind them.|
|Zion Ranger Station||To the left of the entrance, behind the knocked down chair in the corner.|
Behind the scenes
- Based on the model name, magbguns, Milsurp was originally intended to temporarily increase Big Guns, but since Fallout: New Vegas combined Small Guns and Big Guns into just Guns the effect was changed accordingly to effect the new skill.
- "Milsurp" is short for "military surplus", and is a term used for supplies used by the military, usually guns and ammunition, that is sold or disposed of by the military when no longer needed. Sometimes milsurp are collected by gun collectors and survivalists.