Rust – How Many Handmade Shells to Destroy Wood Door

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Handmade Shells are the first type of ammo that you can craft in Rust, and it is actually much more useful than you would think.

Though these shells are cheap and easy to make, they manage to easily destroy NPCs, players, and doors alike.

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Wooden Doors are the weakest possible doors that anyone can use to protect their base, and you will most likely have to face them right after a wipe.

Luckily, you don’t need a lot of Handmade Shells to destroy a Wooden Door in Rust. You can find the exact number of shells needed below.

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How Many Handmade Shells Does it Take to Destroy a Wooden Door in Rust?

A Wooden Door in Rust has 250 HP. Each Handmade Shell from an Eoka, Double Barrel, Pump, and Waterpipe Shotgun deals around 6 damage to the Wooden Door.

This means that you will need to use 45 Handmade Shells to destroy the Wood Door in Rust, as long as you aren’t using the Spas-12 Shotgun. With the Spas-12, you will have to use 60 shells. To craft 45 Handmade Shells in Rust, you will have to use 225 Sulfur.

It’s also good to know that the Wooden Door becomes much more resistant if someone opens it. So if you are trying to get inside someone’s base and they open the door, but you still have to destroy it, the resistance of the Wooden Door will increase by 50%.

This means that you will need to use 68 Handmade Shells to destroy the Wooden Door in Rust if it is open.

If you want to be extremely efficient when you destroy Wooden Doors, then the Molotov Cocktail would be the best choice. With two well-thrown Molotov Cocktails, you can easily destroy the door in a few seconds.

That’s everything you need to know about how many Handmade Shells it takes to destroy a Wooden Door in Rust!

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Adrian Oprea

Based in London, United Kingdom, Adrian Oprea is a Guides Writer. As a professional single-player RPG player, Adrian has often been stigmatized. He has decided to pour his frustration into writing guides!

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