Gunsmith. Part 1 – Escape From Tarkov Guide

Welcome to the Escape From Tarkov Gunsmith Quest Series. If you’ve noticed, the Gunsmith Quest series are getting small changes with every patch. For that reason, we have decided to opt-in and provide you with our own builds, just as we progress through them with each new account wipe.

Gunsmith. Part 1 Description

Yes, I am the Mechanic. I have a lot of work to do. Get to the point, did you want to help? It’s a shame there’s so little time and the programmer unit for PLC100 is out of order. And those orders to boot. Whatever, why am I even telling you this? I need you to assemble an MP-133, I won’t have time for it, and some parts are missing too. This gun should have more than 47 ergonomics, a laser designator, an extended mag, and less than 850 recoil sum. And compact, too, not more than 4 cells. Then we’ll talk.


  • Modify MP-133 to comply with the required specification


  • 6,500 XP
  • 20,000 Roubles
  • +0,04 Mechanic Reputation
  • Glock 17 19×9 pistol
  • 50 Rounds of 9×19 mm Pst gzh

This quest has also been changed and does not require any optics (it’s without shooting distance requirement). The initial MP-133 Shotgun is purchased from Jaeger LVL. 1.

Items needed to purchase

Trader Item Price
Jaeger (LL2) Mechanic (Barter) MP-133 custom plastic forestock with rails 9608 Roubles
Skier LVL 1 or FLEA NcSTAR Tactical Blue Laser LAM-Module 5658
Jaeger LVL 2 or FLEA GK-02 12ga muzzle brake 4249 Roubles
Jaeger LVL 1 Jaeger or FLEA ME Cylinder 12ga muzzle adapter 2258 Roubles
Jaeger LVL 1 or FLEA MP-133/153 Plastic Pistol Grip 6836 Roubles
Skier LVL 1 Zenit RK-6 foregrip or Zenit RK-0 foregrip 7263 Roubles

NOTE: The gun and its modifications are updated with 0.12.12. You can find the gun and its modifications in the image below:

This next quest in the series is Gunsmith. Part 2.

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