Starfield 7.5mm Whitehot Ammo
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Where to Get 7.5mm Ammo in Starfield

For quite a powerful weapon.

In Starfield or any non-Elder Scrolls Bethesda game for that matter, having high ammo reserves is the key to winning fights and not having to switch weapons 12 times a mission. I may overdo this a bit by having 1000 .50 Cal ammo for my sniper in reserves, but which one of us doesn’t have to visit the shop for a long while? This guy. One type of ammo people are after can be hard to come by normally, so there tends to only be one way to get it. Here’s where to get 7.5mm ammo in Starfield.

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How to Farm 7.5mm Ammo in Starfield

Starfield Centaurian Arsenal Weapon Shop
Centaurian Arsenal | Screenshot by Prima Games

The easiest way to get some 7.5mm ammo is to visit a nearby weapons store. The easiest one to access is the Centaurian Arsenal, found by teleporting to the Residential District of New Atlantis. From the teleport point, you should have the shop in eyesight. Inside, speak to Anya Griffon and select the dialogue option “Let’s see what you have for sale.”. Head to the Ammo section, then scroll down until you find 7.5mm Whitehot. It might not be the exact same name, but 7.5mm and 7.5mm Whitehot are the same ammo type.

If you don’t have the credits to spare, then you can still try your hand at finding the ammo on the dead bodies of your enemies. Admittedly, this can be a bit tough since you’re relying on RNG and the fact that 7.5mm is some of the rarer ammo to find on enemies. Still, it is technically possible, so I’m including it as an option. If you don’t find 7.5mm, you’ll at least find some other ammo that can be useful in your other weapons.

Which Weapons Take 7.5mm Ammo in Starfield?

Starfield Razorback Pistol
Screenshot by Prima Games

The main weapon that takes 7.5mm ammo is the Razorback pistol. This magnum-style weapon packs a serious punch and is best for those who want to feel like they’re in the Wild West but in the 2300s. I actually use a modified version of the Razorback myself called the Deadeye, which is gotten after completing the mission Deputized. I highly suggest it if you plan to make the Razorback a key part of your arsenal.

If you’re looking for help with finding more ammo, check out our guide on how to get .43 Ultramag ammo in Starfield.


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