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Fallout 76: How to Get Springs

Fallout 76: How to Get Springs

In Fallout 76, crafting is an important aspect of survival. If you have the right resources, you’ll be able to create your own weapons, armor, and even shelter using workbenches and your Vault-Tec supplied CAMP. Here’s how to get springs in Fallout 76.

Uses for Springs

Springs are used to build and repair a variety of things, but one of their most useful applications is for mods at workbenches.

They’re required for most mods in the game, whether for your weapons or armor, and you’ll find that you can quickly run low on such a crucial resource. Other mechanical items, such as turrets, require them as well.

How to Get Springs

Springs can be found by breaking down certain junk into scrap in Fallout 76. The most common items that can give you springs are as follows:

  • Alarm Clocks
  • Clipboards
  • Cameras
  • Fishing rods
  • Flipping lighters
  • Handcuffs
  • Toasters
  • Typewriters
  • Watches

These items are randomly found around the wasteland in Fallout 76, so make sure you vigilantly check any containers you may stumble across. You can also trade players for items and buy them at vendors.

Some of these pieces of junk can be a bit heavy, so make sure you break them down into scrap at workbenches whenever possible to lighten your load or drop them into your STASH to retrieve later To get even more springs, you can also equip the Scrapper perk card. You can learn more about how to equip park cards here or even view our complete list of perk cards.

That’s it for how to get springs in Fallout 76. If you are an avid weapon or armor modder, you’ll want to keep an eye out for these pieces of junk while you trek around the wasteland.

For more information on how to survive in the post-apocalypse, check out our Fallout 76 wiki.

Danny is a graduate of Kennesaw State University, where he learned how to paint pretty pictures and earned his BFA in Drawing and Painting. When not working on art, he tries to find time to play videogames, play Magic:The Gathering, or DM way too many campaigns for his own good.

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