Destiny Armsday Inventory For April 12th

This week’s Armsday includes two different Omolon Scout Rifles.

It’s finally starting to feel like spring outside, but if you want to take a break from all the sunshine and warm weather, why not check out what’s up for grabs during this week’s Destiny Armsday event?

In case you’re new to Destiny or you just never bothered to check out Armsday until now, Armsday is a weekly Destiny event which happens every Wednesday. Banshee-44, the Tower’s resident Gunsmith vendor, offers a selection of special Legendary tier weapons which players can place orders for by spending Glimmer.

Once an order is placed, the player must wait until the next Armsday event (so the next Wednesday after their order is placed) to pick up their weapon. The types of perks which each Armsday weapon can have is randomized, and players can actually wait to pick up their order over multiple weeks since the weapon will be given new perks each week it isn’t picked up.

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However, in order to earn the ability to purchase orders in the first place, players must first progress their Gunsmith reputation track by taking the free test weapons which Banshee-44 offers and completing specific tasks with them. Below you’ll find a list of the weapon orders and test weapons which Banshee-44 is offering during the week of April 12th:

Armsday Orders

  • PDX-41 - Suros Pulse Rifle
  • Arminius-D - Häkke Auto Rifle
  • ARI-41 - Suros Auto Rifle
  • Tuonela SR4 - Omolon Scout Rifle
  • Cocytus SR4 - Omolon Scout Rifle

Test Weapons

  • Omolon Test RR1 Sniper Rifle – Earn Crucible kills.
  • Omolon Test HC1 Hand Cannon – Kill Vex.
  • Häkke Test-A Pulse Rifle – Earn Crucible kills.
  • Häkke Test-A Pulse Rifle – Earn precision kills.
  • Suros TSP-10 Pulse Rifle – Kill Vex.

If you’re looking for a place to test out your new Armsday weapons, Destiny’s Iron Banner event is now live and will remain so throughout the rest of the week.

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