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Weapon repair kit
Weapon repair kit
Icon weapon repair kit
effectsIncreases the condition of currently equipped weapon
weight1
value
20
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The weapon repair kit is a consumable item in Fallout: New Vegas.

CharacteristicsEdit

The weapon repair kit is a consumable item that restores the condition of the player's currently-equipped weapon, similar to the alien epoxy in the Fallout 3 add-on, Mothership Zeta. It can be crafted at a workbench with a Repair skill of 50.

It repairs the condition of your weapon based on your Repair skill level:

Repair skill Condition
0 - 24 +10%
25 - 49 +15%
50 - 74 +20%
75 - 99 +25%
100 +30%

CraftingEdit

This item can be crafted by the player.

Creation requirements

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
wrench (1)
rangeIcon range
Repair: 50
levelIcon level
Weapon repair kit (1)

LocationsEdit

Component locationsEdit

  • A large amount of equipment needed for a weapon repair kit can be found at the gas station near Novac. However, they must be stolen.
  • Old Lady Gibson, located at the Gibson scrap yard (not far from Novac), sells all the components needed to create one to two kits. Her stock respawns every three days, making her a good source for the components. There is also a workbench inside the scrapyard's building to create the kits.
  • You can find numerous amounts of materials for the kits in the REPCONN test site, excluding duct tape. The components you will most likely find in here are wonderglues and wrenches, with some scrap metal.
  • The REPCONN Headquarters contains a moderate amount of the components needed.
  • Dead MoneyGametitle-FNV DM On the same terminal where you find the Vending machine code - "Demolition charge" in the Puesta del Sol service route, the code for weapon repair kits can be found here. Also, there is a code for them in the police station, sitting on top of a filing cabinet. Finding this code gives a constant supply of weapon repair kits even after returning to the Mojave Wasteland, due to a Sierra Madre vending machine being located in the abandoned bunker there. Also, the dropbox in the bunker spawns 100 Sierra Madre chips and one voucher (worth 1000 chips) every three days, allowing you to buy up to 55 kits.
  • Old World Blues (add-on)Gametitle-FNV OWB The Book Chute, with the Mulching upgrade, will turn clipboards into duct tape and scrap metal. (One clipboard gives one duct tape and scrap metal.) Muggy can convert coffee mugs into wonderglue and with his upgrade, can produce scrap electronics as can the Toaster by disassembling other toasters. The only item in short supply is the wrench.

NotesEdit

  • You cannot use a weapon repair kit on a weapon that is completely broken, since broken weapons cannot be equipped.
  • Prior to patch 1.2.0.31x, the recipe required one additional scrap metal, wonderglue, and wrench.
  • When the weapon repair kit is used, the sound effect is the same as reading a skill book or magazine.
  • Buying the kit itself is one cap more expensive than buying its components.
  • Oddly, using kits to repair weapons does not count toward the "Fixin' Things" challenge.
  • The total value of the components is 21 caps, whereas the finished product has a value of only 20 caps. However, the components have a higher encumbrance than the kit (6 vs. 1) and a lower value-to-weight ratio (3.5 vs. 20).

BugsEdit

  • xbox360Icon xbox360 ps3Icon ps3 pcIcon pc Using a weapon repair kit on any weapon with a durability mod installed (such as a .357 magnum revolver with an HD cylinder) will cause the weapon's health to decrease. This is caused by a specific function (SetWeaponHealthPerc) not properly accounting for modified weapon health. [verified]
  • pcIcon pc Using a kit to repair a weapon with a duplicate in your inventory may cause that weapon to become invisible and temporarily hidden in the inventory list, especially when it becomes fully repaired. Dropping all instances of that object will cause the invisible items to reappear. This does not require weapon repair kits to happen, and is more common in full condition apparel.[verified]

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