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| ||For an overview of sniper rifle models in the Fallout series of games, see sniper rifle.|
The Reservist's rifle has +50% more durability (item HP) than the regular sniper rifle, preserving the damage and critical rate more effectively. It also has a slightly higher rate of fire in exchange for a lower magazine capacity.
It has 3 rounds instead of 5 in each magazine and costs 6 AP less to shoot in V.A.T.S., compared to other sniper rifles (32AP vs 38AP). The Reservist's rifle can be repaired with common sniper rifles.
As with generic sniper rifles, it has a very high critical multiplier of x5. Players with 10 Luck, Finesse (+5%), and Survival Guru (+3%), will be able to critical nine out of ten shots. During V.A.T.S. shots, with the flat +15% V.A.T.S. bonus for targeted shots, you'll critical 100% of the time.
The Reservist's rifle can fire a total of about 125 rounds, the equivalent of 42 reloads, from full condition before breaking, roughly 42 more rounds than the standard sniper rifle.
- Sniper rifle - The common variant found throughout the Fallout 3 game world.
- Victory rifle - While identical in strength to the sniper rifle, the Victory rifle has an additional 200 item HP, and knocks down targets with critical hits. However, it pays for this ability with a reduced critical chance of 3.
- Sim version Operation: Anchorage (add-on) - A sniper rifle with ridiculously high durability can be obtained through a glitch with the Operation: Anchorage add-on. See Operation: Anchorage glitches for details.
|Weapon name (current weapon is highlighted)||- Weapon name (melee or unarmed)||Attacks in V.A.T.S.||- Attacks in V.A.T.S.|
|Weapon name (current weapon is highlighted)||- Weapon name (gun, energy or explosive)||Action point cost||- Action point cost|
|Damage per attack (damage per projectile)||- Damage per attack (damage per projectile)||Damage per action point||- Damage per action point|
|Damage per second||- Damage per second||Weapon spread||- Weapon spread|
|Area of effect damage||- Area of effect damage||Magazine capacity (shots per reload)||- Magazine capacity (shots per reload)|
|Effect damage & duration||- Effect damage & duration||Durability (number of attacks before breaking)||- Durability (number of attacks before breaking)|
|Bonus effects||- Bonus effects||Weight||- Weight|
|Attacks per second||- Attacks per second||Value in caps||- Value in caps|
|Critical chance % multiplier||- Critical chance % multiplier||Value to weight ratio||- Value to weight ratio|
|Critical damage||- Critical damage||Skill required||- Skill required|
|Critical effect damage & duration||- Critical effect damage & duration||Strength required||- Strength required|
|With all mods attached||- With all mods attached|
|Weapon name (current weapon is highlighted)||Damage per attack (damage per projectile)||Damage per second||Attacks per second||Critical Chance % multiplier||Critical damage||Critical effect damage and duration||Action Point cost||Damage per action point||Weapon spread||Magazine capacity (shots per reload)||Durability (number of attacks before breaking)||Weight||Value in caps||Value to weight ratio|
- pc ps3 xbox360 If you disarm the Drifter of the rifle, then come back in at least 72 in-game hours from when you disarmed him, he will spawn with the rifle again. This can be repeated for an infinite number of rifles. [verified]
- ps3 When looking through the scope, the Geiger counter on the Pip-Boy ceases to click. [verified]
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