| || For an overview of assault rifle models in all games, see assault rifle.|
For the The Pitt weapon, see Infiltrator (Fallout 3).
|The following is based on Fallout Shelter and some details might contradict canon.|
Get in, get out, and leave a pile of corpses in your wake.”— In-game description
The Infiltrator is a silenced and scoped assault rifle. Its appearance consists of a black paint finish, a scope, and is basically a shortened and stock-less variant of the R91 assault rifle that was standard-issue in the United States Armed Forces at the time of the Great War. Based on its name, it was probably created to be used for special operations groups. The Infiltrator fires 5.56mm round and utilizes a 24-round magazine.
Despite its scope, the Infiltrator still suffers from the typical inaccuracy of assault rifles at long-range combat, limiting its suitability only for short and middle-range combat. It is one of the favorite weapons of the Pitt raiders in The Pitt and in 2281, Mick is known for having one in his collection of his secret arsenal in Freeside.
The infiltrator is a fully-automatic assault rifle featured in Fallout Shelter. Dealing a maximum 13 damage per attack, it has the third highest damage output for an assault rifle in the game. Although its namesake from Fallout 3 varies drastically in appearance (black folded stock), the models/images for this weapon in Fallout Shelter are identical to the game's assault rifle. The Fallout Shelter assault rifle is modeled after the R91, also from Fallout 3.
- Rusty assault rifle
- Assault rifle
- Enhanced assault rifle
- Hardened assault rifle
- Armor piercing assault rifle
|Weapon name||Weapon damage||Weapon value||rarity|
|Rusty assault rifle||8||100||rare|
|Enhanced assault rifle||8-10||100||rare|
|Hardened assault rifle||8-11||100||rare|
|Armor piercing assault rifle||8-12||100||rare|
- Found by dwellers exploring the wasteland
- Found in lunchboxes
- Carried by legendary vault dwellers Lucas Simms and Jericho
- Craftable in a weapon workshop
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