|Dmg/Attack||2 (2.4) + 100 (204) |
|DPS (reload)||43.2 (122.2)|
|Crit Dmg||1||Crit % Mult||x1|
|Ammo Type||40mm grenade|
|Ammo Cap.||1||Reload Time||2 (1.5)|
Thump-Thump is a unique weapon in Fallout: New Vegas.
Thump-Thump is a unique grenade rifle, which has the extended range of a barrel extension mod found in its common counterparts. It has 30% faster attack speed, 0.5 lower weight, is 25% more durable compared to a standard grenade rifle and has a unique attribute of making grenades fired from it move twice as fast as normal.
It also has a unique texture and the words "Thump-Thump" scrawled on the side with an arrow pointing towards the muzzle. There is also a cartoon drawing of an angry beaver with red eyes holding a battle rifle on the stock.
Nellis array, inside the building, south/southeast of the generator switches during or after the quest Ant Misbehavin'. It is between two broken generators, by a skeleton.
- If the Boomers are killed for Mr. House or Caesar's Legion before you are given the Nellis array building key by Raquel, Thump-Thump cannot be obtained. The building's door is unpickable and can only be opened with the key, but it does not appear on her body if she is killed.
- The name is a reference to the nickname "Thumper", given to the real life M79 grenade launcher (which the grenade rifle is based upon) by American soldiers.
On some occasions Thump-Thump will not inflict any damage to the target. If this happens you may also not cause any damage while using V.A.T.S.
- In third person view when you run the weapon will fall, holstered or holding, and may "follow" you. It is still visible in first person view. Unequipping it then re-equipping will remedy the problem.
- If a limb is crippled right after firing, you will not have to reload.
Close-up of the beaver cartoon on the stock