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|The following is based on Creation Club content and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
The raider Zane somehow acquired an anti-materiel rifle thanks to his "paper mirror" book. However, it was stolen by his subordinate Connor, who felt that Zane had become weak and planned to start his own raider gang. This particular AMR has the words "New California Republic" and two-headed bear icons engraved on it, suggesting that it once belonged to the NCR. How it found its way to the Commonwealth is unknown.
The anti-materiel rifle if functionally the same as the hunting rifle and has similar stats and a very similar selection of modifications. Both are bolt action rifles with very slow rates of fire suited to long range sniping and have relatively high per shot damage, but pale in comparison to the gauss rifle's damage output. Both weapons also have access to the full range of scope and sight modifications.
The anti-materiel rifle has higher damage compared to the hunting rifle, but is heavier and with a slower rate of fire. The anti-materiel it also restricted to the rare .50 caliber ammunition type, whereas the hunting rifle uses .308's by default with the option to rechamber it for .50 rounds with a receiver modification. The hunting rifle also can accept quick eject magazines modifications whereas the anti-materiel rifle cannot.
Both weapons also have the option to be rechambered for the very common .38 ammo type at the cost of reduced damage. At 38 damage per shot, the anti-materiel rifle has the highest per shot damage for a weapon using .38 ammo, making it a potentially useful early game sniper rifle. Although the .38 receiver can only be built with Gun Nut 3, weapon vendors sometimes sell anti-materiel rifles already equipped with the .38 receiver even at low levels, and even without high charisma or bartering perks they rarely cost more than 500 caps.
- Legendary variant. Carried by Connor, on a rooftop at Camp Kendall.
- Legendary variant. Sold by Daisy, in Goodneighbor.
- Non-legendary variants sold by various weapon merchants such as Arturo Rodriguez in Diamond City and KL-E-0 in Goodneighbor.