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For the unique weapon in Fallout Shelter, see Lincoln's repeater (Fallout Shelter).
Lincoln's repeater is a very high-powered lever-action rifle, dealing 25 more damage than the hunting rifle. Unlike the hunting rifle, Lincoln's repeater uses a .44 Magnum round, making it the only rifle using that round in the game. It is also the strongest single shot, precision rifle in the game, although it only has a x2 critical multiplier and a very slow rate of fire. It lacks a scope, but it also has a 0 spread (perfect accuracy), meaning accuracy at long range can be maintained by ignoring the bugged scope auto-aim. It also has three times the ammunition capacity of the hunting rifle and is very effective at long range in V.A.T.S.
Lincoln's repeater can fire a total of about 400 rounds, the equivalent of 33 reloads, from full condition before breaking.
- Hunting rifle
- Ol' Painless - While only slightly stronger than the regular hunting rifle, Ol' Painless has a hastened reload time, (both for replacing the magazine and cycling the bolt), and no spread. It's also less durable.
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Lincoln's repeater is located in the Museum of History. To find it, enter the Museum of History, go through the lobby and enter the room with the statue of a wooly mammoth, left of the skull hanging over the entrance to Underworld. Inside this room, next to the statue of the wooly mammoth, are some doors that lead to the Museum of History Lower Halls. Go through these doors. Next, go to the top of the stairs into a room with several broken display cases, and in the back left corner of the room will be a door that leads to the Museum of History Offices.
After entering the Museum of History Offices, go to the top of the stairs. Take a left and then a right. Go to the end of the hall, through the prison door (very easy lock) and into a big room with a turret and a staircase. Go up these stairs. At the top of the staircase, there is a large hole in the wall. Go through the hole, and in the back left corner of the room, is the body of a dead raider on the ground, a Chinese Army: Special Ops Training Manual and then a display case with Lincoln's repeater inside.
- Lincoln's Profit Margins - The rifle can be sold to Leroy Walker, who will destroy it to erase Lincoln's legacy; Hannibal Hamlin, who will equip and use it to kill slavers; or Abraham Washington, who will keep it in his museum.
Behind the scenesEdit
This weapon is based on the Henry rifle. The specific example referenced in the game, with its engraved gold mounting and serial number 6, was given to President Lincoln by the New Haven Arms Company in hopes that it would influence the purchase of the rifles for use in the American Civil War. It is currently displayed in the Smithsonian Institute.
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