Pump Shotgun

The Pump Shotgun is a mid-tier, close ranged weapon. With a magazine size of 6 and relatively fast firing rate it is ideal for close quarters raiding and combat. Its effective range varies only slightly on the ammo that is being used, but can be increased by using Slugs instead of Buckshot or Hand Made Shells.

Damage 210
Rate of Fire 55 RPM
Aim Cone
Capacity 6
Reload 5.5 sec
Draw 1 sec
Pump Shotgun
  1. Loot
  2. Craft
  3. Experiment
  4. Research
  5. Repair
  6. Recycle
  7. Mods
  8. Damage
  9. Skins
  10. Tips
Container Condition Amount Chance
Locked Crate 100 % 1 3 %
Elite Tier Crate 1–3 % 1 2 %
Military Crate 1–3 % 1 1 %
Oil Rig Scientist 100 % 1 0.2 %
Heavy Scientist 100 % 1 0.1 %
Blueprint Ingredients Time Workbench Level
Pump Shotgun Blueprint Pump Shotgun Blueprint High Quality Metal×15Metal Pipe×2Metal Spring 30 sec – 1 min Work Bench Level 2
Metal Pipe Blueprint Metal Pipe Blueprint High Quality Metal×2Scrap×20 1 sec Work Bench Level 3
Metal Spring Blueprint Metal Spring Blueprint High Quality Metal×2Scrap×50 1 sec Work Bench Level 3
Workbench Experiment Cost
Work Bench Level 2 Work Bench Level 2 Scrap×300>Pump Shotgun Blueprint
Research Table Researching
Research Table Research Table Pump ShotgunScrap×125>Pump Shotgun Blueprint
Tool Max Repair Cost Condition Loss Blueprint Required
Repair Bench Repair Bench High Quality Metal×5 20% Yes
Recycler Yield
Recycler Pump Shotgun>High Quality Metal×8Metal PipeMetal Spring50%
Modifications Damage Rate of Fire Aim Cone Hip Aim Cone Velocity Recoil Aim Sway
16x Zoom Scope 16x Zoom Scope - - -30 % - - -20 % -
Weapon flashlight Weapon flashlight - - - - - - -
Holosight Holosight - - -70 % -70 % - - -
Weapon Lasersight Weapon Lasersight - - -20 % -40 % - - -90 %
Muzzle Boost Muzzle Boost -10 % +10 % - - -10 % - -
Muzzle Brake Muzzle Brake -20 % - +0.5 +2 -20 % -50 % -
8x Zoom Scope 8x Zoom Scope - - -30 % - - -20 % -
Silencer Silencer -25 % - -30 % -30 % -25 % -20 % -20 %
Simple Handmade Sight Simple Handmade Sight - - - - - - -
Ammunition Damage DPS Headshot Aim Cone Velocity
Handmade Shell Handmade Shell 180 98 ×1.25 12° 100
12 Gauge Buckshot 12 Gauge Buckshot 210 115 ×1.25 12° 225
12 Gauge Incendiary Shell 12 Gauge Incendiary Shell 150 82 ×1 12° 100
12 Gauge Slug 12 Gauge Slug 80 44 ×2 225
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state enforced diversity[contributor] 310 pts. year ago

Ideal for base defense or raiding. Otherwise, Double Barrel Shotgun is more cost effective.
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despacito man[contributor] 64 pts. year ago

When raiding or defending a raid, rushing out with a Pump shotgun along with heavy plate armor can be very effective to bait out traps or take out enemies.
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something stupid 17 pts. year ago

Capable of one-shotting a player to the torso, even with maximum achieveable projectile protection(metal chestplate, hoodie, leather gloves) at close range, this weapon can be very potent, and sneaking up on an enemy for a clean shot can be very rewarding.
If you are going up against automatic weapons at close range, try to take that extra split second to line up your shot. If you miss, chances are extremely high you will be dead before you will get to fire again.
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cxdima[contributor] 125 pts. 7 months ago

If you face a guy with Heavy Plate Helmet, Heavy Plate Jacket and Heavy Plate Pants its best to use 12 Gauge Incendiary Shell.
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Captain Seasick[contributor] 40 pts. 2 months ago

(This comment/tip/post/whateveryouwannacallit is in response to the bloke *claiming* that the Double-Barreled Shotgun is somehow "more cost-effective" than the Pump-Action Shotgun.)
I'm going to have to (strongly) disagree with you on that. Honestly, let's look at the statistical facts here. (And just to clarify, I'll be referring to the former as "DBS" and the latter as "PAS" from here-on.)
  • The DBS costs less resources both to craft and to repair, so in that regard, yes, it's a better choice if you *only* think about the crafting materials for the weapon itself.
  • The DBS has a significantly faster rate of fire, so you can easily blast an enemy with both barrels at close range. But given my next point, well... just read on.
  • The DBS has a just as long reload time as the PAS, yet only a third of the magazine size. You also can't interrupt the reload for the DBS to squeeze off a quick shot.
  • The DBS has a longer draw time (nearly twice that of the PAS) which can be a fatal disadvantage if you're caught without your weapon out, say in an ambush or a seemingly friendly encounter turned hostile.
  • The PAS (as mentioned above) has a significantly larger magazine size compared to the DBS, giving it a significant advantage in close-quarters fights against multiple combatants, whereas the DBS usually can only take on one enemy with any realistic degree of survivability.
  • The PAS has 30 more points of damage, which literally speaking gives you more bang for your buck(shot).
  • The DBS has a slightly wider spread than the PAS, necessitating that you get up closer to your target to land all pellets with both shots.
  • The PAS is far superiour for hunting purposes, with two shots able to kill a bear at full health. The DBS by comparison needs either two shots, a reload, and then a third shot to kill said bear, or two shots with follow-up attacks from another weapon to kill the beast.
  • The PAS can be fitted with muzzle modifications, which can turn it into a deadly ambush weapon when paired with a silencer/suppressor. (Granted, this gives you a 60~ damage penalty, but the accuracy bonus almost negates that penalty, given the significantly tighter spread, enabling you to engage targets at a slightly longer range.)
  • The PAS has a lot less recoil than the DBS, and given the fact that it's pump-action rather than semi-automatic, controlling the recoil is a breeze.

So all in all, no. The DBS isn't really better than the PAS in any way aside from the initial crafting cost, and arguably not even that, considering the above facts stated.
(Also: Please keep in mind that when I personally talk of a weapon being "cost-effective", I factor in not just the cost of crafting/using it, but also how risky it is to use the weapon, i.e. the chances of you dying and losing it. Which obviously is *not* "cost-effective" at all.)
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Username 41 pts. 2 months ago

All shotguns do the same damage, the reason pump says it does more is because it already comes loaded with buckshot while others come with handmade. • slug - 75dmg • incendiary - 150dmg • handmade - 180dmg • buckshot - 210dmg
•In my opinion in situations except for raids and raid defense DB is better than pump
Identifier 795371088
Stack Size ×1
Despawn time 40 min