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The Strun is a standard shotgun. Reliable, versatile and deadly.

The Strun is a powerful shotgun that is the successor to the MK1-Strun. The Strun bears good damage per shot and decent status potential, capable of killing most light enemies in a single shot.

The Strun can be purchased from the Market for Credits6425,000. This weapon can be sold for Credits647,500.

CharacteristicsEdit

This weapon deals primarily Impact b Impact damage.

Advantages:

  • High Impact b Impact damage – effective against shields.
  • High status chance.
  • Good pellet spread/count ratio.
  • Good ammo efficiency.
  • Reloads one bullet at a time, which can be interrupted at any point, allowing for planned reloading.
    • Reload time of 0.5 seconds for each shell, plus 0.75 seconds to begin/end reload.

Disadvantages:

  • Low Slash b Slash and Puncture b Puncture damage – less effective against health and armor.
  • Linear damage falloff from 100% to 60% from 12m to 25m target distance (distances are affected by Projectile Speed).
  • Low critical chance.
  • Below average critical damage multiplier.
  • Before 100% status chance, the listed status chance is the base chance per shot that at least one pellet will proc a status; the actual base status chance per pellet is ~1.84%.
  • Low accuracy.
  • Small magazine size.
  • Tied with MK1-Strun for the second slowest reload speed of all shotguns, after Strun Wraith.

Comparisons:

  • Strun, compared to MK1-Strun:
    • Higher base damage (300.0 vs. 180.0)
      • Higher Impact b Impact damage (165.0 vs. 99.0)
      • Higher Puncture b Puncture damage (45.0 vs. 27.0)
      • Higher Slash b Slash damage (90.0 vs. 54.0)
    • Lower critical damage multiplier (1.5x vs. 2x)
    • Higher fire rate (2.5 rounds/sec vs. 2.08 rounds/sec)
    • Shorter range before damage falloff starts (12m vs. 15m)
    • Smaller max damage reduction due to falloff (40% vs. 50%)
    • Higher Mastery Rank required (1 vs. 0)
  • Strun, compared to Strun Wraith:
    • Lower base damage (300.0 vs. 400.0)
      • Lower Impact b Impact damage (165.0 vs. 260.0)
      • Lower Puncture b Puncture damage (45.0 vs. 60.0)
      • Higher Slash b Slash damage (90.0 vs. 80.0)
    • Lower critical chance (7.5% vs. 18%)
    • Lower critical damage multiplier (1.5x vs. 2.2x)
    • Lower status chance (20% vs. 40%)
    • Shorter range before damage falloff starts (12m vs. 15m)
    • Shorter range before damage falloff ends (25m vs. 30m)
    • Smaller max damage reduction due to falloff (40% vs. 50%)
    • Smaller magazine (6 rounds vs. 10 rounds)
    • Faster reload speed (3.75 s vs. 5 s)
    • Less accurate (4 vs. 7)
    • Lower Mastery Rank required (1 vs. 10)

Weapon LoadoutsEdit

NotesEdit

  • Reload time is 0.75s + 0.5s per round, coming to 3.75 total seconds to reload a completely empty mag.
    • This time will further increase if magazine mods such as Ammo Stock are used.
  • Compared to the Boar, the Strun has a tighter bullet cone and a much more efficient ammunition economy. The Hek has an even smaller base magazine size than the Strun, but bears an even tighter bullet cone and a more efficient ammunition economy. The Strun can be considered the middle ground.
  • The listed damage is actually the total of all the pellets' damage value. The actual damage per pellet is 27.5 Impact b Impact, 7.5 Puncture b Puncture, and 15 Slash b Slash.
  • The listed Status Chance is the base chance per shot that at least one pellet will proc a status. The actual base Status Chance per pellet is ~2.21%.
  • Before Update 12.0, the weapon's price in the market was Credits6475,000.

TipsEdit

  • Using the Shotgun Ammo Mutation mod can help regain ammo when needed, although not as often as the full auto shotguns.
  • Weapon's spread cone can be shrunk by zooming in.

TriviaEdit

  • The Strun appears to use a tubular magazine, presumably the cylindrical protrusion near the rear above the stock - the Warframe will push this section while reloading.
    • Assuming the Warframe is adding shells into this tube, or replacing it, it would imply that the shells used by Strun are extremely small, which is quite puzzling given the enormous choke.
  • When it was originally released, the Strun was magazine-fed, with the small knob on top of the weapon being its magazine. This was changed into the shell-feed system currently in use.
  • The regular Grineer Trooper used to use this weapon prior to Update 11.0, and currently wield Sobeks.
    • Corrupted Crewmen commonly use the Strun in Void missions, except that their versions fire a burst of yellow energy pellets instead of bullets.
  • The Strun is most likely a Tenno weapon, despite its augmentation the Strun Wraith, a Grineer-focused customization. The Strun bears a faint Tenno marking on its stock as proof.
    • Additionally, the Strun shares many similarities to the Boar, which is a weapon that has received a Prime version, suggesting it as Orokin technology.
  • The Strun received a PBR (Physically Based Rendering) update in Update 16.7.

MediaEdit

  • Strun Colour Choices

Strun Skins

Patch HistoryEdit

Vanilla
  • Introduced with game release.

See AlsoEdit

WeaponsDamageCompare AllCosmetics

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