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This is a walkthrough for Shoot to Thrill, a Side Quest in Cyberpunk 2077. Read on to learn all the available choices in Shoot to Thrill, how to get the best possible result, tips and strategies for the Quest, and all available rewards.

Shoot to Thrill Basic Information

Quest Type Side
Act Act 2
Quest No. -
Lifepath All

How to Unlock Shoot to Thrill

After you finish Double Life, you should get a call from Wilson talking about him hosting a shooting competition and inviting you.

Shoot to Thrill Rewards

You'll get a pistol from participating, found on the shooting booth, and an iconic pistol, the Dying Night, for winning.

Shoot to Thrill Walkthrough

Second Ammendment Gunstore

Objectives
1
Objective Icon.pngHead to the Second Ammendment Gun Shop.
It's the gun shop below your apartment.
2
Objective Icon.pngTalk to Wilson to start the contest.
3
Objective Icon.pngHead inside and take the free shooting booth and listen to Wilson's instructions.
It will be around the middle of all the booths, in booth 4.
4
Objective Icon.pngReady up twice.
To ready up, simply aim down your sights. You'll have to do this twice as the first time Wilson will call out somebody for using a shotgun.
5
Objective Icon.pngShoot as many targets as you can.
You're given 60 seconds and a limit of 100. You don't have to hit all 100 to win. Hitting 40 or higher is enough for first place.
6
Objective Icon.pngTalk to Wilson after.
If you win, this is when you claim your prize.

Shoot to Thrill Choices and Best Choice

No choices in this mission.

Tips and Strategies

Shoot Targets Outside Your Lane

You don't have to only shoot targets in your lane. Shooting targets outside your lane counts as points for you.

Use a Burst Fire Pistol

You have to be using a pistol, and and the target counts how many shots hit it, so burst fire pistols allow you to get more than one point per target. A good example would be the JKE-X2 Kenshin, which you get from the Playing For Time quest.

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Act 2 Side Quests

Quest Quest Giver Rec. Level
A Day in The Life Darrell Any
A Like Supreme Kerry Any
Big in Japan - Any
Boat Drinks Kerry Any
Both Sides, Now Judy Any
Coin Operated Boy Theo Any
Epistrophy Delamain Any
Epistrophy: Badlands Delamain Any
Epistrophy: North Oak Delamain Any
Epistrophy: Northside Delamain Any
Epistrophy: Rancho Coronado Delamain Any
Epistrophy: The Glen Delamain Any
Every Breath You Take Any
Ezekiel Saw the Wheel Any
Fool on The Hill Misty Any
Happy Together - Any
Heroes - Any
Holdin' On - Any
Human Nature - Any
I Can See Clearly Now Brendan Any
I Don't Wanna Hear It Kerry Any
I'll Fly Away Any
Imagine - Any
Kold Mirage Any
Losing My Religion Bhikkhu Any
Love Rollercoaster - Any
Machine Gun Skippy Any
Meetings Along The Edge - Any
Off The Leash Kerry Any
Poem of The Atoms - Any
Pyramid Song Judy Any
Queen Of The Highway Panam Any
Raymond Chandler Evening Pepe Any
Rebel! Rebel! Kerry Any
Sex on Wheels Jake Any
Shoot to Thrill - Any
Sinnerman Wakako Any
Space Oddity - Any
Spellbound Nix Any
Spray Paint Brendan Any
Stadium Love - Any
Stairway to Heaven - Any
Talkin' 'Bout A Revolution Judy Any
The Ballad of Buck Ravers - Any
The Beast in Me Claire Any
The Beast in Me: Badlands Claire Any
The Beast in Me: City Center Claire Any
The Beast in Me: Santo Domingo Claire Any
The Beast in Me: The Big Race Claire Any
There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - Any
These Boots Are Made For Walkin' Claire Any
They Won't Go When I Go - Any
Tune Up - Any
Venus in Furs - Any
Violence Any
War Pigs - Any
Epistrophy: Wellsprings Delamain 7
Epistrophy: Coastview Delamain 8
Ex-Factor Judy 10
Fortunate Son Bob 10
Full Disclosure - 10
Beat on the Brat: Kabuki Coach Fred 15
Blistering Love Rogue 15
Chippin' In Rogue 15
Don't Lose Your Mind - 15
Killing In The Name Nancy 15
Pisces Judy 15
Send In The Clowns Ozob 15
The Hunt - 15
Riders On The Storm Panam 16
Following The River River 17
With A Little Help From My Friends Panam 18
Dream On Jefferson 20
Gun Music - 25
I Fought The Law Jefferson 25
Beat on the Brat: Arroyo Coach Fred 30
Beat on the Brat: The Glen Coach Fred 30
Bullets Zane 30
Only Pain - 30
Small Man, Big Mouth Kirk 30
Sweet Dreams 30
Beat on the Brat: Pacifica Coach Fred 40
Beat on the Brat: Rancho Coronado Coach Fred 40
Beat on the Brat Coach Fred 45

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    • In the crafting screen, would love to see a comparison between what I'm currently equipped with vs what I've selected to craft. In the Inventory screen, I have no idea where any extra weight is without going into each category (weapons, clothes, etc). Please add some sort of weight indicator next to each category so I know exactly where I seem to be overloaded. In the Map, please mark completed items (assault in progress, access points), grey out the icons or something similar?

    • When I grapple NPCs I can see black patches flashing on the back of their head, shoulders, and back. Like they are rendering properly.

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