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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
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*Unlike normal Jakobs weapons in ''Borderlands 3'', the ricocheted bullets do not specifically target enemies, severely limiting this weapon's potential.
 
*Bullets fired from the Wagon Wheel penetrate physical shields (like those of the militant) but not enemies.
 
*Bullets fired from the Wagon Wheel penetrate physical shields (like those of the militant) but not enemies.
*Unlike normal Jakobs weapons in ''Borderlands 3'', the ricocheted bullets are not aimed towards enemies, severely limiting this weapon's potential.
 
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
<!--*The Wagon Wheel's name could be a reference to the song "Wagon Wheel" by Old Crow Medicine Show (as many new Legendary Jakobs pistols are references to music.) Though the seemingly un-related red text makes this unlikely-->
 
<!--*The Wagon Wheel's name could be a reference to the song "Wagon Wheel" by Old Crow Medicine Show (as many new Legendary Jakobs pistols are references to music.) Though the seemingly un-related red text makes this unlikely-->

Revision as of 06:45, October 1, 2019

Wagon Wheel is a legendary pistol in Borderlands 3 manufactured by Jakobs. It is obtained randomly from any suitable loot source but seems to have an increased chance to be obtained from Crazy Earl on Sanctuary III by trading Loot-O-Grams.

Special Weapon Effects

Keep them doggies rollin'. – On hits, additional ricocheting projectiles spawn from the enemy's location.

Usage & Description

When using the Wagon Wheel, upon hitting an enemy the bullet fired will split into six and fire off in set directions, bouncing off of surfaces a few times before disappearing. Critical hits will greatly increase the amount of bullets that ricochet off the target, flying in random directions.

Notes

  • Unlike normal Jakobs weapons in Borderlands 3, the ricocheted bullets do not specifically target enemies, severely limiting this weapon's potential.
  • Bullets fired from the Wagon Wheel penetrate physical shields (like those of the militant) but not enemies.

Trivia

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