Copperhead-4SN

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Copperhead-4SN
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Production overview

Manufacturer:

Veist

Weapon Type:

Sniper Rifle

Required Level:

14

Min-Max impact:

Moderate

Min-Max stability:

Moderate

Min-Max handling:

Good

Min-Max magazine:

5

Specifications

Fire mode:

Semi-Automatic

Rate of fire:

140 RPM

Damage:

Solar

Effective range:

Medium

Service history

In service:

Guardians

 
"My fangs are bared."
— Weapon Description

Copperhead-4sn is a Legendary Sniper Rifle in Destiny 2.[1]

Gameplay[edit]

Intrinsic Properties[edit]

  • Rapid-Fire Frame: Deeper ammo reserves. Slightly faster reload when magazine is empty.

Barrel Attachment[edit]

  • Full Bore: Barrel optimized for distance. Greatly increases range. Decreases stability. Slightly decreases handling speed.
  • Smallbore: Dual strength barrel. Increases range. Increases stability.
  • Arrowhead Brake: Lightly vented barrel. Greatly controls recoil. Increases handling speed.

Magazine Upgrade[edit]

  • Tactical Mag: This weapon has multiple tactical improvements. Slightly increases stability. Increases reload speed. Slightly increases magazine size.
  • Flared Magwell: Optimized for fast reloading. Slightly increases stability. Greatly increases reload speed.

Trait[edit]

  • Firmly Planted: Increased accuracy, stability, and handling when firing while crouched.

Trivia[edit]

  • Like most Veist weapons, this weapon's name and description are a nod to a venomous animal. This weapon's name is possibly a reference to the Northern Copperhead, a venomous snake common to Eastern North America. The description is may be a reference to the species' venomous fangs, which are said to be fully functional even in newborns.[2]

List of appearances[edit]

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