Looking for a new scout rifle? The Hung Jury SR4 in Destiny 2 is a great option for PvP and PvE, and here is the God Roll recommendation.
The Hung Jury SR4 from Destiny 2 is an iconic scout rifle that has returned to Destiny 2.
Debuting in Destiny 2 during Season of the Splicer alongside Vex Mythoclast, Fatebringer, Uzume RR4, and Plug One.1, the Hung Jury SR4 is a possible drop during Nightfall Strikes.
If you’ve been looking for a new scout rifle to conquer in both PvE and PvP, this is one you won’t want to miss. This page explains how to get the Hung Jury SR4 and our Hung Jury SR4 Divine Scroll recommendation, along with other scrolls you may find useful.
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How to get Hung Jury SR4 in Destiny 2
Years after the Hung Jury SR4 was a possible drop via Strikes in the original Destiny, as part of The Taken King expansion, this scout rifle is back in the fight. We hope you’ve built up enough practice over the weeks leading up to it, as you’ll need to complete Nightfall Strikes for a chance to acquire it. This iconic scout rifle will only be available during select weeks as part of Season of Defiance.
You can see when it will be available next as part of our Nightfall weapon schedule explainer.
As a reminder, it is only one possibility of it falling. The more you increase the difficulty, the better your chances will be. As always, if you can get to at least a difficulty above Adept, this should lay a good foundation for stumbling upon the weapon.
As a legendary weapon, one would be led to believe that the drop should be more regular than some exotics. Unfortunately, that is not the case.
The fees remain arbitrary at best, and developer Bungie has yet to provide official information on them. Relying on luck is something Destiny players are already used to, but currently, Nightfall weapons have been quite elusive.
It may still be rare, but in theory, your chances should be better on such a high difficulty.
If you’re brave enough to take on a Nightfall Grandmaster, then you have a chance to earn an Adept version of the weapon, which comes with an additional buff to fully unlock the potential of Hung Jury.
If you’re wondering whether or not this task is worth your squad’s time, let’s look at the possible rolls and divine rolls for the Hung Jury SR4.
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Hung Jury SR4 Divine Roll Recommendation in Destiny 2
Hung Jury SR4 is a randomized weapon, meaning that every time you get one, the barrel, bullets, and perks will be randomized.
As usual, finding the “best” combination of features and benefits is quite difficult, as it will vary depending on your tastes and the mods you have in mind for the weapon. Some will be great for PvE, while others will excel in PvP.
The community has dubbed these “god scrolls”, mainly due to their great power and how they further increase the capabilities of each weapon, or compensate for some weapons that might be missing a buff to be optimal with the rest.
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Here’s our recommended Hung Jury SR4 divine roll in Destiny 2:
- Firefly or box breathing
- quick hit
- Tactical Mag or Accurized Rounds
- Corkscrew fluting
Let’s start with the advantages. Firefly is the perfect partner for this weapon. Precision kills will increase reload speed and also cause the target to explode, dealing solar damage to enemies in the surrounding area. Since you’ll most likely be aiming for headshots with the Hung Jury SR4, this perk is a must.
If you’re interested in the idea of doing precision kills most of the time, Rapid Hit is the perfect match. With this perk, all quick precision hits will temporarily increase the weapon’s reload speed and stability. Considering this scout rifle doesn’t guarantee a one-shot kill, having this perk active is often a huge help and a necessary pair if you’re going after Firefly.
Before we delve into our secondary option, let’s look at the other two columns. First, you’ll want to pursue the Tactical Mag, which buffs +10 to reload speed and magazine size, and +5 to stability. Depending on your preferences, this may not be a game-changer; If that’s the case, Accurized Rounds’ +10 to weapon range is a compelling alternative.
If performing precision kills frequently isn’t your thing, or if you’re more interested in PvP in general, we recommend ignoring Firefly and opting for Box Breathing.
With it, every time you aim down sights for a short period of time (just over a second) without firing, you will gain additional range and precision damage. This resets after shooting or zooming out, but it’s a great way to get another interesting buff, targeting both range and damage, which can be deadly.
Lastly, you can’t go wrong with the Corkscrew Rifling for the barrel, which gives +5 to handling, range, and stability. This will further complement our previous choices.
As usual, once you have your preferred roll, be sure to upgrade it to Masterwork to give it a stat boost, the ability to spawn orbs on multiple kills, and add the option for a kill tracker.
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