How To Get Cutsman SMG – Borderlands 3

There are way too many legendaries in Borderlands 3, some of them haven’t been discovered yet. Binary Sublime Cutsman is one of them, and I must say one of the best in the game. In this article, we’ll find out how to farm this submachinegun and eliminate everything with ease.

Cutsman is a legendary SMG that is manufactured by Maliwan, it’s projectiles stretch horizontally as they travel. The weapon can roll Incendiary, Shock, Corrosive, Cryo, and Radiation. The one I got is called Binary Sublime Cutsman, and it had Corrosive as its main element.

The good thing about this SMG is that, the projectiles that travel forward dealing damage to large targets multiple times with each shot. The gun has a high-status chance so for my case, I was able to deal corrosive damage every time.


Binary Cutsman SMG Stats

Little android man, born without a soul.
  • Manufacturer: Maliwan
  • Type: Submachine Gun
  • Rarity: Legendary
  • Damage: 1666
  • Accuracy: 59%
  • Additional perks: +35% weapon charge speed, consumes 2 ammo per shot, +60% melee damage.

These stats are for Binary Sublime Cutsman smg, and can vary for other weapons with different prefixes.

How To Farm Cutsman SMG

The Cutsman submachine gun can drop for any enemy in the world, it’s a world drop. Your chances might be even higher if you try farming for legendaries in Mayhem 2-3. I tried finding the exact location for farming this particular gun but had a hard time even after looking at Reddit and the Borderlands forums.

We’ll head to Graveward to farm for legendary Butcher Shotgun. I got my drop from this particular boss, the chances are slim since the boss can drop any legendary in the game or no legendary at all (bad luck!). The boss is really easy to take down with the right builds, so I’ll recommend you to farm this particular boss.

We’ve written articles on how to get; The Butcher Shotgun, Cutsman SMG, Transformer Shield, and Recurring Hex Grenade.

Do let us know if this article helped you out using the comment section below. We’ll be happy to hear your thoughts.

Updated: October 11, 2019 — 4:38 pm

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