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How to Get More Ammo in Weird West

Keep those guns blazing.
How to Get More Ammo in Weird West
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If there’s one thing you need in a game set in the Wild West, it’s ammo for your weapons. With all the gunslinging you’ll be doing in Weird West, your ammo reserves will run short sooner or later. Luckily, there are a few ways to get ammo in Weird West, and we’ll go over all of them in the guide below.

How to Get More Ammo in Weird West

Here’s how to get more ammo in Weird West:

  1. Scrap unused weapons you find.
  2. Search through bodies and containers.
  3. Purchase it from merchants.

The easiest way to get more ammo is by scrapping unused weapons you find on bodies or pickup in containers. Instead of letting it fill up your inventory, you can press and hold the “G” key on your keyboard to scrap them. You’ll be finding plenty of low-quality weaponry you won’t be using, and scrapping a weapon will give you two ammo for the corresponding weapon type.

How to Get More Ammo in Weird West - Scrap Weapon
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Early on in the game, you’ll be picking up a lot of Sharpst Quick Iron revolvers, Quill & Medley Spiritstouch Revolvers, Stubbs Double-Barrel Shotguns, and Service Rifles. You can scrap all of these, unless you need them, to get some revolver, shotgun, and rifle ammo. 

Another way to find ammo is by looting things like containers and chests and searching dead bodies. Any enemy wielding a weapon will likely have some bullets on their person when you take them down. 

Also, remember to search through everything in sight. That includes containers, nightstands, chests, bags, and anything capable of holding items. You’ll never know what you might find. It’s common to find slugs just lying out in the open, as well.

About the author

Cole Andrews

Cole is a lifelong PC gamer who loves FPS, RPG, and MMO games. The first PC game that got him hooked was the Counter-Strike beta in 1999. He has thousands of hours in all of the old-school Blizzard games like Starcraft, Warcraft, and Diablo.

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