|The following is based on Creation Club content and has not been confirmed by canon sources.|
Characteristics[edit | edit source]
The triple-barrel handmade shotgun is a crudely fashioned triple-barrel shotgun chambered in shotgun shells. Compared to the double-barrel shotgun and the handmade shotgun, the triple-barrel handmade shotgun has damage equal to the combat shotgun and increased ammo capacity of three.
Its left and right barrels, which appear to be constructed from old pipes, are connected to the fence by two large springs, while its third barrel is connected to the fence by an S-shaped pipe. The shotgun's stock and underbelly are comprised of weathered wood and its trigger is a simple bolt.
Unique among Fallout 4 weapons, the triple-barrel handmade shotgun's legendary variants come in unique furnishings based on their effects. The incendiary variant's fence is painted with flames, the ghoul slayer variant comes with green blotches on the barrel as well as the words "ghoul slayer" painted in gold on the left barrel, and the nimble variant has a stylized "nimble" on its left barrel.
Weapon modifications[edit | edit source]
Variants[edit | edit source]
- Handmade shotgun, a weaker variant with only two barrels.
Locations[edit | edit source]
- Can commonly be found on raiders at higher levels.
- Can be bought from weapon vendors at higher levels.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The triple-barrel handmade shotgun will not appear as a legendary drop. Instead, the gun can be found with one of either three legendary effects (Incendiary, nimble, or ghoul slayer) at vendors, each with unique markings.
- The comfort stock weapon modifications simply add blue tape to the stock.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- The triple-barrel handmade shotgun was created by Stefan "asXas" Engdahl.
|The following is based on unverified behind the scenes information and is speculative and may not be accurate.|
- The handmade shotgun is based on Fallout 4 concept art depicting a near-identical version. The handmade shotgun might be based on fellow post-apocalypse franchise Metro's duplet shotgun with their greatest differences being their stocks and distance between barrels.
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