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The XL70E3 is a small gun in Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics.


Fallout 2

damage: 12 - 19
damage type: Normal
attack modes:
Single (AP: 5, R: 35)
Burst (AP: 6, R: 30)
burst rounds: 8
ammo Type 5mm
ammo capacity: 20
min. Strength: 5
hands req.: 2
weight: 9 pounds
value: $3000

The XL70E3 Enfield an experimental weapon at the time of the war. Being manufactured primarily from high-strength polymers, the weapon is almost indestructible. It's light, fast firing, accurate, and can be broken down without the use of any tools.

The only thing really special about this gun is its superior damage per shot when compared to the AK-112 Assault Rifle. Its range and capacity is inferior.



  • This weapon can be rather difficult to get. One of the black haired female Vagrants on the Tanker in San Francisco has it, but you need to kill her for it (you cannot steal it from her). Also, sometimes merchants you meet outside of San Francisco can have this weapon for sale.

Fallout Tactics

XL70E3 Enfield
damage: Single: 16-30
Burst: 14-26
damage type: Normal
attack modes:
Single (AP: 4, R: 35)
Burst (AP: 5, R: 28)
burst rounds: 8
ammo Type 5.56mm
ammo capacity: 20
min. Strength: 5
hands req.: 2
weight: 9 lbs.
value: n/a
The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.

This weapon is superior to both the AK47 and the M16A1, but the magazine is inferior to both rifles.

Behind the scenes

In our reality, the XL70 was a prototype of the L85/L86 family of weapons.

Weapons of Fallout 2
Weapons of Fallout Tactics

This article uses material from the "XL70E3" article on the Fallout wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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