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Scoped .44 (Fallout Shelter)

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Scoped .44
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Scoped .44 is a weapon in Fallout Shelter. There are six variations of this weapon, including a unique legendary Scoped .44.

Background

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The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .44 Magnum cartridge, manufactured since 1955. This large frame revolver offers excellent accuracy, firepower, and reliability. Multiple models remain available and quite popular in the wastelands, from the shortened 4 1/2 inch variant to the full size, high end monsters with scopes.[1] By default, the revolvers come with tritium illuminated sights.[2]

A full size M29 with a permanent scope fixed on top of its barrel. Offers excellent range and performance against a variety of targets. However, the need for more precise aiming reduces the rate of fire.

List of variants

Variant name Rarity Damage Description
Rusty Common 3 Packs a softer punch, but still a reliable handgun.
Scoped .44 Common 3-4 A favorite of pre-War cops and Wasteland warriors.
Enhanced Common 3-5 All it takes is a better scope and you're blasting baddies like a champ.
Hardened Rare 3-6 They don't call it a hand cannon for nothin'.
Armor piercing Rare 3-7 Want to blow away a Metal Armored merc at 300 yards? Have fun.
Blackhawk Legendary 3-8 Blow a Behemoth's head off from half a Wasteland away.

Locations

  1. Weapon appearance in released games.
  2. Fallout: New Vegas appearance.