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Uma minigun é uma metralhadora de vários canos com alta cadência de tiro, empregando canos rotativos no estilo Gatling. Era uma arma militar padrão antes da Grande Guerra, com a série CZ de Rockwell sendo a escolha mais popular nos Estados Unidos.

É amplamente utilizado por muitas facções, como os super mutantes, Irmandade de Aço e o Enclave, devido ao seu extraordinário poder de fogo a curta distância.

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CZ53 personal minigun

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Artigos relacionados: Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Fallout 4, Fallout 76, Fallout Shelter, Fallout: The Board Game

The Rockwell CZ53 personal minigun, otherwise known as the 5mm Man-Portable Minigun,[1] is capable of firing 5mm ammunition at over 60,000 RPM[2] with an ammo capacity of 120 5mm rounds. The CZ53 personal minigun makes up for the small 5mm round by sending a hail of bullets toward its target. Its sheer size, coupled with its trademark sound, is enough to send anyone in its path running for cover. It's a great weapon for suppressing fire, letting others flank the unsuspecting enemy.[3] When the Great War struck, it was already an aging design and was slowly being replaced by the more advanced CZ57 Avenger minigun.[4] Later models of the CZ53 have six barrels linked into pairs, with four barrels on top and two on the bottom, a cage underneath the weapon to hold an ammo box containing 240 5mm rounds, and used in combination with a backpack. The first model was the favorite weapon of the Mariposa super mutants during the Unity's time and allowed most or all of the super mutants to wield them effectively with only one arm.

  • For the unique minigun found in Fallout 3, see Eugene.
  • For the world object minigun found in Fallout: New Vegas, see Jammed minigun.
  • For other versions in Fallout Shelter, see rusty minigun, enhanced minigun, hardened minigun and armor piercing minigun.
  • For the unique version found in Fallout Shelter, see Lead Belcher.

5mm CZ57 Avenger minigun

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Artigos relacionados: Fallout 2, Fallout: New Vegas

Rockwell designed the 5mm CZ57[5] Avenger[6] as the replacement for their aging CZ53 personal minigun. The Avenger's design improvements include improved gel-fin cooling and chromium plated barrel-bores, giving it a greater range and lethality.[4] It also has an ammo capacity of 120x 5mm round like the earlier versions of the CZ53 model. Later models of CZ57 have a high-speed motor, a cage underneath to put the ammo box and used in combination with a backpack.

4.7mm Vindicator minigun

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Artigos relacionados: Fallout 2

A Rheinmetall AG 4.7mm Vindicator minigun firing 4.7mm ammunition at over 90,000 caseless shells per minute down its six carbon-polymer barrels, and with an ammo capacity of 100x 4.7mm round.[7]

Gatling gun

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Artigos relacionados: Fallout 76

During the American Civil War, Dr. Richard Gatling designed what would later be the basis behind many of the miniguns in existence, even naming the gun after himself. The company known as Colt Firearms mass-produced the first Gatling guns for use during the war. Due to its massive weight, Gatling guns were used as turrets, although, long after the death of its original creator, it has been converted to fire modern 5mm rounds. The Gatling gun has been retrofitted with an electronic trigger like the one found on the Broadsider, as well as a makeshift rig to support the Gatling gun's massive weight, in order to allow the wielder to fire it without difficulty, but retains its distinct crank feed firing system.

K9000 cyberdog gun

Artigos relacionados: Old World Blues

This weapon is actually an odd form of cyberdog, except instead of a robotic body in the image of a canine companion, a living dog's brain has been provided with a machine gun frame, utilizing .357 Magnum ammunition. Its "canine" features include two metallic "ears" mounted on top of the weapon that moves like a real dog's, and a sniffer mounted on the jar containing its preserved brain, allowing the gun to sense its surroundings, which can help sniff out hostile personnel.[8][9] The metal ears also appear to move up and down faster if the gun is pointing in the direction of an enemy.


Artigos relacionados: Old World Blues

FIDO is another variation of the cyberdog gun. Unlike the K9000 cyberdog gun, FIDO uses .44 Magnum rounds instead of .357 Magnum rounds, resulting in higher damage and a slightly higher spread. The braincase and the scope are red instead of green and the decal is changed from a golden retriever to a bulldog. Other features of the K9000 cyberdog gun are included in FIDO.

Shoulder mounted machine gun

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The shoulder-mounted machine gun is similar to the minigun, but with a slower rate of fire and the bulk of the weapon resting on the user's shoulder. This weapon utilizes 10mm rounds and has moderately high strength and skill requirements.

5.56mm CZ57 Avenger minigun

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A variant model of the regular CZ57 Avenger minigun seen in the Midwest which is more compact, completely black, less powerful, and chambered for 5.56mm bullets with an ammo capacity of 120x 5.56mm round.

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7.62mm Vindicator minigun

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Artigos relacionados: Fallout Tactics
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A variant model of the regular Vindicator minigun seen in the Midwest with a completely new design, a display screen that shows the remaining ammunition, and chambered in 7.62mm bullets with an ammo capacity of 100x 7.62mm round.

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MEC Gauss minigun

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An extremely rare minigun, the MEC Gauss minigun was designed by the Chinese. Atypical for an automatic weapon, it uses Gauss technology, multiple electromagnetic fields to firing 2mm ammunition at over 90,000 rounds per minute to relativistic velocities, with an ammo capacity of 80x 2mm round.[10]

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Vault-Tec minigun

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Artigos relacionados: Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

A post-War minigun designed by Vault-Tec in the Secret Vault. The Vault-Tec minigun has a lower rate of fire than a general minigun but, unusually for a minigun, chambered in common handgun ammo. It has five barrels and it was used by the Attis army in Texas.

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CZ25 military minigun

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A Rockwell CZ25 military minigun firing .223 ammunition with an ammo capacity of 54x .223 round. A multi-barreled weapon capable of firing large quantities of ammo with minimal heat issues.[11]

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M134 Minigun

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Ammo boxes for 5mm rounds found in Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 have markings indicating they contain 7.62x51mm NATO rounds, intended for use with an M134 minigun. In the real world, the M134 Minigun was designed by General Electric in 1960 as a scaled-down version of the M61 Vulcan cannon chambered for 7.62×51mm NATO rounds. First used in during the Vietnam War, it was adopted by Army, Navy, and Air Force branches of the United States Armed Forces.[12]


  1. Boston Airport terminal entries; outgoing supply order RQR-2210
  2. In-game description for the minigun in Fallout and Fallout 2. [1][2]
  3. Research Note - Minigun, Fort Independence terminal entries. [1]
  4. 4,0 4,1 In-game description for the Avenger minigun from Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics. [1][2]
  5. The "CZ57" designation was first mentioned in Fallout: New Vegas.
  6. J.E. Sawyer on formspring when asked about the visual differences between the Fallout 2 Avenger and the Fallout: New Vegas CZ57 Avenger. [1]
  7. In-game description for the Vindicator minigun from Fallout 2. [1]
  8. Terminal, Check out this mod I've been working on!
  9. The Courier: "This sonic gun looks like an energy projectile. Got anything that spits lead?"
    Doctor 0: "*O... I think it wants a combustion pistol.*"
    Borous: "-A GUN! Are you MAD?! We can't give it a GUN! GUNS kill, leave big open holes in you that are like sores but WORSE.-"
    8: "@@[$((*&^#%]@@."
    Dala: "Dr. 8 is correct. We already have given the teddy bear a lethal sonic death ray filled with his sonic ejaculate and sterilized by my soft WooWOOing. Giving the teddy bear a gun would be the equivalent of following a glass of hemlock with an Abraxo chaser. Delicious and redundantly deadly."
    Borous: "-Are you MAD?! We can't give it a GUN! GUNS...- -...wait, I said that already. Yes, I have THE Cyberdog Gun. With the little floppy metal ears and the curious nose sensor. Here.-"
    (Klein's, Dala's, Borous, 0's, and 8's dialogue)
  10. In-game description for the MEC Gauss minigun from Fallout Tactics
  11. In-game description for the CZ25 military minigun from the Van Buren tech demo.
  12. See Wikipedia article for further details