Weapons you find in the wasteland of Fallout 76 are likely to already be damaged slightly. Whilst using weapons will also make their condition slowly deteriorate, effecting their usability.
Thankfully you can repair your weapons at any workstation, putting their condition back to full. Doing this will cost some of the materials/resources in your inventory such as metal, which you can get from scrapping items.
Below, we have a quick guide for repairing weapons in Fallout 76. Whilst we’ve covered some more guides for the game which can be found here.
First off, find a Weapons Workbench. They are usually in most towns, and you can also create one at your own C.A.M.P. The image below shows a Weapons Workbench in Sutton.
Choose the “Modify/Repair” option. On PC, this can be done by pressing Space. You’ll be shown a list of weapons currently in your inventory. Whilst on the left hand side, you can see the stats.
What you’re looking for specifically is the ‘CND’, which means condition. This bar indicates how damaged your weapon is. Choose the ‘Repair’ option, and you’ll be shown what materials are required to repair it.
In my case, it’s 6 steel scrap, wood scraps, excess adhesive and copper scrap. Once you repair the item, the condition will go back to full.