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Cut or not?

if it is cut cuntent then remove it from the perks article or get the scissor image on it!.--Nuke-a-Punch 20:02, January 6, 2011 (UTC)

You need the Dead Money add on. --Saphireking65 08:09, July 31, 2011 (UTC)

Bent tin cans

Anyone know if bent tin cans work as a substitute to regular tin cans?--With care and happiness, Supermutantslayer450' YOU. LOSE. 19:49, March 5, 2011 (UTC)

No, bent tin cans can not be substituted for Tin cans in and crafting formula. --Saphireking65 08:09, July 31, 2011 (UTC)

Almost useless

Seriously, I can only imagine this being useful for .50 MG rounds, since each round is basically using 200 lead to make, as well as requiring the case already. You are better off not getting the perk, unless you have a shitload of tin cans lying around. --Saphireking65 08:09, July 31, 2011 (UTC)

With my current character, I use up more 0.308 and 0.45-75 than I can get from vendors alone. These rounds use up a good amount of lead to reload, and Large rifle primers are rare in my game--all compounded by the fact that several vendors have inventory reset bugs. Its a bitch waiting for four days on Hardcore mode. Finally, most of my companions are also blowing off .308 and .45-75. So if I'm reading the perk description right, the scrap metal and cans substitute for the primers as well as the lead. Since you can get a shitload of scrap metal from Old World Blues, this perk sounds like it might be very useful for my game.--http://brianranzoni.com 00:20, September 26, 2011 (UTC)
I forgot to write my caveat up there--the fact that you get one round from a pound of scrap metal is the deal breaker. So its usefulness comes down to using rare ammunition types and having problems with vendor resets.--http://brianranzoni.com 00:47, September 26, 2011 (UTC)