The thrown Ten Gallon becomes a flying drone that follows the player and shoots at enemies.
When the turret's magazine is empty it stops shooting but doesn't explode.
The drone receives all leftover ammo from your reloads.
The drone is not destroyed when changing weapons or entering FFYL.
Tediore Weapons specialize in quick Disposable Reloads.
The weapon is thrown away with every Reload while a new clone digistructs in your hands.
The Reload Explosion deals Splash- and Grenade Damage and benefits from more bullets in the thrown weapon's magazine.
A greater Magazine, Splash- and Grenade Damage all increase the Reload Damage.
There are 4 different Reload Modules and some Tediore Weapons even have a unique reload.
- Splash Anoints:availablenone
- Weapon Parts:variationsfixed parts
- Splash Radius:
- Listed Projectiles:
59% of Ten Gallons are Non-Elemental and each Element is equally common with 8.2%.
A single number in the top right of parts show its rarity.
Parts with a number < 1 are less common and parts with a number > 1 are more common.
- GenIVIV: [M6+: 9.3%]; 15%
- World Drop
Borderlands 3 World Drops are items that drop from any suitable Loot Source in addition to any other source.
Suitable Loot Sources:
- All Enemies:
Bosses, Crew Challenges, Generic Enemies, …
- All kinds of Chests
- Vending Machines
- Slot Machines
- Eridian Fabricator