Jack Queen King 3
Legendary
An army meets, and stands, and falls. Three nobles wage their hopeless war. In shifting madness, evil crawls. One stands above the battle's roar.
Item stats
  • 330
    Attack (Arc)
  • 13
    Magazine
Primary
Impact
80
Range
45
Stability
42
Handling
73
Reload Speed
63
Rounds Per Minute
150
Hidden
Aim assistance
91
Recoil Direction
100
Zoom
14
Inventory Size
57
Weapon Perks
Lightweight Frame

Superb handling. Move faster with this weapon equipped.

Fastdraw HCS

Agile Hand Cannon sight.
• Greatly increases handling speed
• Slightly increases stability

TrueSight HCS

Balanced Hand Cannon sight.
• Slightly increases range
• Slightly increases stability
• Slightly increases handling speed

HitMark HCS

Accurate Hand Cannon sight.
• Slightly increases range

Ricochet Rounds

Rounds ricochet off hard surfaces.
• Increases stability
• Slightly increases range

Tactical Mag

This weapon has multiple tactical improvements.
• Slightly increases stability
• Increases reload speed
• Slightly increases magazine size

Accurized Rounds

This weapon can fire longer distances.
• Increases range

Pulse Monitor

Auto-reloads part of the magazine when wielder is critically wounded.

Weapon Mods
Arc Damage Mod

Equip this to a weapon to charge its rounds with Arc energy.

Default Shader

Restores your gear to its default colors.

Rework Weapon

Reroll the bonus provided by this Masterwork.

Rework Weapon

Reroll the bonus provided by this Masterwork.

Vanguard Masterwork

Upgrades this weapon to a Masterwork. It will generate Orbs on multikills and gain a random bonus stat.

The weapon will also gain a tracker that displays the number of enemies defeated by using it.

Crucible Masterwork

Upgrades this weapon to a Masterwork. It will generate Orbs on multikills and gain a random bonus stat.

The weapon will also gain a tracker that displays the number of Crucible opponents defeated by using it.

Lore
From the journals of Ikora Rey When I studied with Osiris, he would often tell me: “I see failure in your future.” No matter how hard I worked, no matter how strong I became, always: “I still see failure.” I think now what he saw was Io. When I lost my Light and retreated from a ruined City, when I arrived on Io to find only silence, I too thought I had failed. Even after Ghaul's defeat and the Traveler's waking, I told my friends I thought the Traveler had tested me, and that I had failed its test. But now I'm not so sure. Perhaps what Osiris saw for me—what I experienced on Io—was simply that I needed help. That most human of conditions. I needed to be in a fireteam, and to be a fireteam for others in turn. How like Osiris to see that and name it failure. I won't make that mistake again.