Fallout 4's Junk Jet turns anything into the ammo you need
Let's face it.
You have a problem.
Hoarding happens to everyone in the waste land.
You are not alone.
I mean come on, do you really need a cafeteria tray?
I'm not gonna allow this stuff to be thrown in the trash.
Okay, all right.
How about this empty paint can?
What's in our house is our business.
I mean are you really that low on steel for crafting?
No thinking about it!
But hear me out, I think I have a solution to all that junk you're hording.
It's call the Junk Jet, baby!
Shoot all that [BLEEP] you don't need!
Down the road, you might be tight on ammo and when you're being harassed by a pack of ghouls, this little guy will put those slimy [BLEEP] into shape.
Where is it?
Without spoiling too much, you're looking for the Cambridge Police Station, which is directly south-east from the sanctuary.
There, you'll talk to Paladin Dan who will take you on a quest to the ArcJet system.
In the basement of this building, you'll find the junk jet.
Now, I'll be the first to say the junk jet does not excel in damage, which is why it's worth your time to beef this baby up with mods.
Tack on a long barrel, recoil stock, and a gunner sight to help improve this beast, but the real kicker are electrification and ignition modules.
These modules add electricity and fire to your junk, drastically boosting its damage.
They do require Gun Nut perks rank two and three, so be prepared to put some hours in for ignition.
But the real question is, what should you junk?
well the good news is that most the time you can pick the items back up most the time but do certain items do more damage lets find out lets start with something soft dish rag all right bow shooting at the same guy here's the cutting board same damage how about the silver table knife vs toaster Same deal, There you have it.
It don't matter the type of junk, just junk it.
However what is worth knowing is that you'll do more damage not using that and holding down the trigger to charge enough shock.
So when you're in that lab basement with no ammo and just a pack of ghouls.
It may not be the best weapon but hey this baby just might save your life one day.
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