Cyberpunk 2077 screenshot of V's weapon stash

All Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 Stash Wall Weapons

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In Cyberpunk 2077 2.0, once you have access to your stash’s weapon wall in your tiny apartment, you’ll be able to display a total of 30 iconic weapons that you can collect throughout the game. Read on below to learn all about every stash wall weapon, where to find them, and how to access your weapon wall.

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All Stash Weapons in Cyberpunk 2077 2.0


Some of these stash weapons are missable, but the Phantom Liberty DLC has introduced a new vendor in Dogtown that will sell you iconic weapons you may have missed in your playthrough.

The following list details every iconic stash weapon you can find in Cyberpunk 2077 and how to get them:

Weapon NameTypeWhere to Get
ArchangelPower RevolverFrom Kerry Eurodyne during the A Like Supreme job.
Ba Xing ChongSmart ShotgunDuring one of the game’s endings, loot an access token from Adam Smasher to access a room aboard the Ebunike where you’ll find a crafting spec for this weapon in a locked chest.
Bloody MariaPower ShotgunComplete all gigs for Reyes.
Blue FangNeurotoxin KnifePurchase from the weapon vendor in Jackson Plains.
BreakthroughTech Sniper RifleA crafting spec for this gun can be looted from Olga Longemead during the Suspected Organized Crime Activity: New Boss, New Rules.
Butcher’s CleaverKnifePick up from the counter in Rolland’s Butcher Shop after Placide chops the chicken during the M’ap Tann Pelen job.
BuzzsawPower Submachine GunA crafting spec for this gun can be looted from Yelena Sidorova during the Suspected Organized Crime Activity: Vice Control.
ByakkoKatanaComplete all gigs for Wakako.
Comrade’s HammerTech RevolverA crafting spec for this gun can be looted from Darius Mile during the Suspected Organized Crime Activity: Arroyo.
CrashPower RevolverFrom River Ward at the end of his questline.
Dying NightPower PistolPick up from Wilson during The Gun.
ErrataKatanaPick up near the furnace during the Disasterpiece job.
HeadhunterPunknifePurchase from the weapon vendor in West Wind Estate.
The HeadsmanPower ShotgunA crafting spec for this gun can be looted from a Militech mech during the Suspected Organized Crime Activity: Privacy Policy Violation.
Jinchu-MaruKatanaFrom Oda during the Play It Safe job.
La Chingona DoradaPower PistolFrom Jackie’s ofrienda altar during his funeral at the El Coyote Cojo (only available if V chose to send Jackie’s body to his mother).
Lexington x-MOD2Power PistolA reward for winning the shooting competition during Shoot to Thrill.
Malorian Arms 3516Power PistolFrom Jeremiah Grayson during the Chippin’ In job.
Moron LabePower Assault RifleA crafting spec for this gun can be looted from Anton Kolev during the Suspected Organized Crime Activity: West Wind Estate.
MoxPower ShotgunIn Judy Alvarez’s apartment after the Pyramid Song job, concluding her questline.
NehanKaikenFrom Saburo Arasaka’s corpse during The Heist job.
OverwatchPower Snipe RifleFrom Panam Palmer during the Riders on the Storm job, concluding her questline.
Plan BPower PistolFrom Dex DeShawn’s corpse at the landfill in the southeast Badlands after the Playing For Time job.
Psalm 11:6Power Assault RifleA crafting spec for this gun can be looted from Tom Ayer during the Suspected Organized Crime Activity: Just Say No.
Sasquatch’s HammerHammerLoot from Sasquatch during the I Walk the Line Job.
SatoriKatanaInside Saburo Arasaka’s AV on the rooftop of Yorinobu’s apartment during The Heist job.
SeraphPower PistolComplete all gigs for Padre.
SkippySmart PistolRefuse to give it back to Regina during the Machine Gun job.
SovereignPower ShotgunA crafting spec for this gun can be looted from Shinoby Amai during the Suspected Organized Crime Activity: Modern Labor Market.
YinglongSmart Submachine GunA crafting spec for this gun can be looted from Denzel Cryer during the Suspected Organized Crime Activity: Living the Big Life.

How to Open the Weapon Stash Door in Cyberpunk 2077

Once Jackie dumps you at home after the second tutorial mission of the game, you’ll find yourself in your grim studio apartment. There’s a magic appearance-changing mirror, a wardrobe where you can save your outfits, a bed, and, purportedly, a weapon stash closet.

You don’t technically need to open the Weapon Stash closet, but doing so is an optional objective for your quest. And it’s a good thing to be able to do in general. And yes, it’s very possible to do.

Go to the far right wall, then look at the door between the sunken sitting area and the wardrobe. This door is the weapon stash closet. To open it, you just need to look at the panel beside it and interact with it.

Cyberpunk 2077 screenshot of the panel beside the weapon stash door in V's apartment
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Like elevators, and pretty much everything else in Cyberpunk, you have to be very specific when you interact with things. By pressing the interact button, the door will open.

Using the Weapon Stash in Cyberpunk 2077

Once the door is open, you’ll find yourself in a room almost as big as V’s room. Which is sad but fitting. To use the weapon stash, approach the desk, then press the interact button again. This will open a menu that will allow you to move items and weapons from your storage into your inventory. Keep this spot in mind when you’re headed out on your next mission.

Now that you’ve got access to a room-sized stash of weaponry, why not learn how to switch between them? Check out our guide on how to switch weapons in Cyberpunk 2077.

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