Xuanlong assault rifle

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For an overview of assault rifle models in all games, see assault rifle.
Xuanlong assault rifle
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Requirements
SkillSmall Guns
Attack statistics
Dmg/Attack
12 (17.6)
DPS
96 (140.8)
DPS (reload)
64.5 (94.6)
Crit Dmg
12
Crit % Mult
x0.13
Attacks/Sec
8AP23
Projectiles1Spread1.5
Ammo & reloading
Ammo Type5.56mm round
Ammo/Shot
1
Shots/Reload
36
Ammo Cap.36
Reload Time
2.2
Other
Weight7Value400
Item HP400
Repair
Chinese assault rifles
QuestsJiggs' Loot
Editor ID?
Base ID000c800e
Perk Effects
Perks (dam.)
 
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The Xuanlong assault rifle is a uniquely modified Chinese assault rifle.

Background[edit | edit source]

The following section is transcluded from Assault rifle. To modify, please edit the source page.

The Type 93 Chinese assault rifle[1] was designed and manufactured by a Chinese industrial conglomerate for the People's Liberation Army during the Resource Wars, for the purpose of equipping the Chinese infiltrators and American fifth-columnists. To this end, it was chambered for the abundant 5.56mm round and utilizes a 24-round magazine. Its iron sights consist of a rear ramp with a range scale, paired with a front post sight. It also has a simple safety, with only two settings: safe and fire. A disassembly lever is placed on the right side of the weapon.[2]

Thousands of these weapons were smuggled into the US for use by Chinese operatives and sympathizers on the East Coast, and many remain functional even two hundred years after the Great War. These rifles are also proven to be ready for manufacturing in post-War conditions.[3]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Xuanlong is a top-tier, general purpose automatic firearm. Chambered for the same 5.56mm round as other assault rifles, it is the most powerful weapon in this class. Xuanlong has the same AP cost, spread, and critical multiplier as all other assault rifles. It also has the same low durability of the Chinese assault rifle, being the second most fragile assault rifle in the game, just ahead of the Perforator.

Although spare parts for this weapon are more scarce for lower level characters, higher level players can find spare Chinese assault rifles more often. The Xuanlong has the highest base damage of any automatic conventional firearm, as well as the highest non-critical damage per second of all small guns. It also benefits from a modified 36-round magazine, 1.5x the ammunition capacity of all other assault rifles. It could be considered one of the most valuable weapons for a small guns inclined user to find.

The Xuanlong can fire 1109 rounds, a little over 32 magazines, before breaking. That's 101 fewer rounds than a regular Chinese assault rifle.

Variants[edit | edit source]

Comparison[edit | edit source]

Name Type Dmg/shot DPS Att/sec Crit mult Crit dmg Spread AP cost Ammo Ammo cap Weight Item HP Value
Chinese assault rifle Automatic rifle 11 88 8 x0.13 10 1.5 23 5.56mm round 24 7 400 500
Xuanlong assault rifle Automatic rifle 12 96 8 x0.13 12 1.5 23 5.56mm round 36 7 400 400

Location[edit | edit source]

It is found on Prime's body in the diner near the Jury Street Metro Station. Prime will not spawn until the Jiggs' Loot quest is completed.

Related quests[edit | edit source]

  • Jiggs' Loot - Once you complete all the puzzles in the Museum of Technology, the Xuanlong assault rifle spawns on the body of Prime. You must complete this quest in order for Prime, and thus the gun as well, to spawn.
  • The Xuanlong does not count as a Chinese assault rifle for the Economics of Violence unmarked quest and cannot be given to Pronto.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

  • Chinese scholars have classified dragons in diverse systems. For instance, Huizong of Song canonized five colored dragons as "kings". Xuanlong is the black dragon.

Sounds[edit | edit source]

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References

  1. Texture, left side denotes T-93
  2. Weapon functionality.
  3. Context in which the weapons appear.