World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Guns – Part 3

Guns are ranged World of Warcraft weapons that are very similar to Bows and Crossbows. However, Guns are sometimes more preferred by many WoW players. Here, we shall continue the discussion of the guns that you can use in the game.

 

Blessed Qiraji Musket

The Blessed Qiraji Musket is a level 79 item that was infused and reinforced with Elementium to make it stronger and better. It requires level 60 players for it to bind and when it binds, it will increase the stamina of the bound character by as much as 10 points. When the Blessed Qiraji Musket is equipped to a character, it will improve the character’s ranged attack power by as much as 31 points. The speed of this unique ranged gun ticks at 2.60 and it could inflict 78.9 damage per second which is equivalent to 143 to 267 total health damage. Aside from those, the Blessed Qiraji Musket is also one of the most durable weapons in World of Warcraft and is possible the most durable gun in the game. It is a reward from a quest named “Imperial Qiraji Armaments” which requires level 60 players.

 

Bloodwarder’s Rifle

This gun is one of the most popular guns in World of Warcraft. Added to the game realm in patch 2.0.1, the Bloodwarder’s Rifle exhibits characteristics that most of the game players look. It is a level 109 item that is also very durable. When it is picked up, it binds to a character and improves the bound character’s agility by 15 points and stamina by as much as 14 points. The speed of the Bloodwarder’s Rifle is at 2.60 and it could inflict 87.5 damage per second (159-296 total health damage) to its target enemies. You can buy this for only 6 Gold, 1 Silver, and 95 Bronze or get this from the quest “Akama’s Promise” needing players to at least be in the 68th level. Bloodwarder’s Rifle is the same as Fel Iron Musket and Pirate’s Musket.

 

Burstshot Harquebus

Not really a powerful weapon nor will it add to the aesthetic beauty of a character, the Burstshot Harquebus is a fairly average gun.  It is a level 60 item that needs level 55 players for it to effectively bind when picked up. It enhances the agility of the character by 6 and its stamina by also 6 points. When equipped, the Burstshot Harquebus will increase the critical strike rating of the character by 6 or 0.47%. It has a speed rating of 3.00 and it could bestow 51.4 damage per second or from 107-201 total health damage to its target enemy. Furthermore, the Burstshot Harquebus is a durable weapon though it is not as durable as the Blessed Qiraji Musket. Get this item for 3 Gold, 67 Silver, and 54 Bronze or you can get the other 20 models that are similar to it. The models are:

  1. Chesterfall Musket (level 33 item that requires level 28 players)
  2. Hi-Tech Supergun (level 39 item that requires level 24 players)
  3. Bound Musket(level 130 item that requires level 67 players)
  4. Cryocannon (level 41 item that requires level 38 players)
  5. Dragonbreath Musket (level 102 item that requires level 64 players)
  6. Flintlock Gun (level 134 item that requires level 68 players)
  7. Haggard Gun (level 150 item that requires level 72 players)
  8. Harsh-Winter Rifle (level 182 item that requires level 80 players)
  9. Inelegant Musket (level 142 item that requires level 70 players)
  10. Mammoth Gun (level 166 item that requires level 76 players)
  11. Moonsight Rifle (level 29 item that requires level 24 players)
  12. Muzzled Musket (level 170 item that requires level 77 players)
  13. Noisy Blaster (level 154 item that requires level 73 players)
  14. Owlsight Rifle (level 20 item)
  15. Precipice Longrifle (level 178 item that requires level 79 players)
  16. Stocky Shotgun (level 174 item that requires level 78 players)
  17. Stonifying Shotgun (level 11 item that requires level 9 players)
  18. Tracker’s Musket (level 138 item that requires level 69 players)
  19. Trapper’s Rifle (level 158 item that requires level 74 players)
  20. Tundra Rifle (level 162 item that requires level 75 players)

 

Chesterfall Musket

This disenchtable item was added in World of Warcraft via patch 1.11.1. It is similar to Burstshot Harquebus but is significantly weaker in terms of hitting the enemies weaker spots or damaging the enemy. It is a level 33 item that binds to level 28 players. This ranged WoW weapon has a speed rating of 2.30 but could only inflict 27.9 damage per second or 44-84 total health damage to its target enemy. However, it is a durable item that you can use for heavy-duty operations. You can buy this out for 55 Gold and 14 Silver.

The Chesterfall  Musket was dropped at the Scarlet Monaster by these characters:

  • Scarlet Tracking Hound
  • Scarlet Disciple
  • Scarlet Gallant
  • Anguished Dead
  • Scarlet Diviner
  • Haunting Phantasm
  • Scarlet Beastmaster
  • Scarlet Monk
  • Scarlet Soldier
  • Unfettered Spirit
  • Scarlet Myrmidon
  • Scarlet Defender
  • Scarlet Chaplain
  • Scarlet Protector
  • Scarlet Champion
  • Scarlet Torturer
  • Scarlet Abbot
  • Scarlet Wizard
  • Scarlet Adept
  • Scarlet Augur
  • Scarlet Centurion
  • Scarlet Sorcerer
  • Scarlet Monk
  • Scarlet Scryer

It is similar to these models:

  1. Burstshot Harquebus (level 60 item that requires level 55 players)
  2. Hi-Tech Supergun (level 39 item that requires level 24 players)
  3. Bound Musket(level 130 item that requires level 67 players)
  4. Cryocannon (level 41 item that requires level 38 players)
  5. Dragonbreath Musket (level 102 item that requires level 64 players)
  6. Flintlock Gun (level 134 item that requires level 68 players)
  7. Haggard Gun (level 150 item that requires level 72 players)
  8. Harsh-Winter Rifle (level 182 item that requires level 80 players)
  9. Inelegant Musket (level 142 item that requires level 70 players)
  10. Mammoth Gun (level 166 item that requires level 76 players)
  11. Moonsight Rifle (level 29 item that requires level 24 players)
  12. Muzzled Musket (level 170 item that requires level 77 players)
  13. Noisy Blaster (level 154 item that requires level 73 players)
  14. Owlsight Rifle (level 20 item)
  15. Precipice Longrifle (level 178 item that requires level 79 players)
  16. Stocky Shotgun (level 174 item that requires level 78 players)
  17. Stonifying Shotgun (level 11 item that requires level 9 players)
  18. Tracker’s Musket (level 138 item that requires level 69 players)
  19. Trapper’s Rifle (level 158 item that requires level 74 players)
  20. Tundra Rifle (level 162 item that requires level 75 players)

 

Cliffjumper Shotgun

The Cliffjumper Shotgun certainly knows how to excel when in a group as it clearly shines above any other gun. This level 99 item shines not because of its looks nor because of its high damage infliction prowess; it shine because it is a general overall good weapon to use in most battles that brings many random enchantments. The Cliffjumper Shotgun requires level 63 players to pick it up. Once it is bound, it will increase the agility of the character by 14, intellect by 14, stamina by 21, strength by 14, spirit by 9, hit rating by 7 and critical strike rating by 7 points. Aside from those things, the Cliffjumper Shotgun is also a favorite among many WoW players because it can strike a pretty decent damage to its target. It has a speed of 2.70 and it could inflict 67.5 damage per second or from 127 to 238 total health damage to its target. It is a pretty durable weapon but you should still be gentle in using it as it is not built for heavy users. You can buy this for 4 Gold, 89 Silver, and 98 Bronze; or get it from these characters:

  • Bloodmaul Geomancer at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Auchenai Soulpriest at Auchenai Crypts
  • Fel Corrupter at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Phantasmal Possessor at Auchenai Crypts
  • Fen Ray at The Underbog
  • Ethereal Sorcerer at Mana-Tombs
  • Nexus Stalker at Mana-Tombs
  • Durnholde Rifleman at Old Hillsbrad Foothills
  • Wrathfin Myrmidon at The Underbog
  • Angered Skeleton at Auchenai Crypts
  • Durnholde Tracking Hound at Old Hillsbrad Foothills
  • Shadowy Executioner at Terokkar Forest
  • Bloodmaul Skirmisher at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Shalassi Oracle at Terokkar Forest
  • Scorpid Bonecrawler at Terokkar Forest
  • Murkblood Healer at The Underbog
  • Murkblood Oracle at The Underbog
  • Bladespire Shaman at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Unliving Soldier at Auchenai Crypts
  • Bonechewer Backbreaker at Terokkar Forest
  • Warmaul Shaman at Nagrand
  • Boulderfist Mage at Nagrand
  • Warmaul Reaver at Nagrand
  • Durnholde Sentry at Old Hillsbrad Foothills
  • Agitated Orc Spirit at Nagrand
  • Tortured Earth Spirit at Nagrand
  • Talbuk Thorngrazer at Nagrand
  • Yung Crust Burster at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Firewing Bloodwarder at Terokkar Forest
  • Murkblood Purifier at Nagrand
  • Murkblood Raider at Nagrand
  • Starving Bog Lord at Zangarmarsh
  • Timber Worg Alpha at Terokkar Forest
  • Wild Elekk at Nagrand
  • Bladespire Raptor at Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • Bog Lord at Zangarmarsh
  • Bonelasher at Terokkar Forest
  • Warp Stalker at Nagrand
  • Starving Fungal Giant at Zangarmarsh

You Are Welcome To Read :

World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Guns Part 1
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Guns Part 2
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Guns Part 4
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Guns Part 5
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Guns Part 6