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Jagged Alliance 3 – How to Get PSG1 Sniper Rifle



Jagged Alliance 3 - PSG1

PSG1 Sniper Rifle is one of the most powerful Sniper Rifles in the game which is fully customizable. Unlike other weapons like Gold Fever, players will be able to modify PSG1 with all sorts of attachments to make it even more deadly. The Quick Prism Scope is attachable to this weapon which will give players an advantage of hitting the enemies on the Head per turn.

In this guide, we’ll be telling you how to get PSG1 Sniper Rifle in Jagged Alliance 3.

How to Get PSG1 Sniper Rifle in Jagged Alliance 3

PSG1 is tied to a quest that is given by a German dude named “Siegfreid Von Essen” who can be found in the Drachenberg Mine. Drachenberg Mine is next to Landsbach town in Sector B13. Siegfried will ask of Diesel and players will have to gather clues for Diesel to find it. After gathering 5 clues, players will get finally their hands on Diesel at the Old Gas Station location. Players will have to go to the west side of the Gas station to find Vans. Looting the Vans will get players the Diesel that can be traded for two possible rewards.

Giving the Diesel to Siegfried will gift the whole Drachenberg Mine to the players allowing them to earn 100% profit from the mine. However, another possible option is to give the Diesel to an NPC named “Bounce” in Landsbach town. Giving the Diesel to Bounce will reward players with 10x 7.62 x 51 Hollow Point and 1x PSG1 Sniper Rifle. Players can only get PSG1 from Bounce as a reward. If players give Diesel to Siegfried and hope to get PSG1 from Bounce then it is not possible. Even killing Bounce will not get you PSG1 because it is tied to the quest.

However, players would have to fight Siegfried and his soldiers after confronting him so be prepared for a fight.

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