Boba Fett’s primary firearm is a Blas Tech EE-3 Rifle, which is a modified Stormtrooper rifle. This blaster features a fast-draw shoulder sling, electronic scope and is more powerful than standard issue blasters used by Imperial troopers.
Boba Fett carried a number of smaller guns, which he used as secondary weapons or for specific assignments. Some of these side arms included a K-11 Pistol, a DXR-6 Disruptor Rifle, numerous sniper rifles and a concussion grenade launcher.
Boba Fett carries concentrated Deeb, a consumable substance, but in its concentrated form, overwhelms an individual and renders them unconscious.
Whether to create a diversion or to overwhelm a well-armed opponent, Boba Fett carries a number of concussion grenades on her person for close combat.
Like any bounty hunter, Boba Fett carries with him military grade wrist cuffs for the safely subdue his prey and transport them to the client.
Boba Fett’s helmet is the control panel for his armor, weapons and connects him to his ship. The T-Shaped visor displays internal data feeds, streamed from his rangefinder that include the movement of targets within a 360 degree radius from a distance of 100 meters, audio analysis, comlink transmissions, access to the HoloNet, infrared scans, environmental data and encrypted messages, amongst other capabilities.
His external rangefinder can track up to 30 targets, and assists in prioritizing threats. This device allows Boba Fett to follow his prey from a distance, allowing him to take his enemy through surprise and avoid being picked up by enemy radar.
Boba Fett’s wears Duraplast constructed armor, a material used by Mandalorians after the Empire absorbed the majority of Mandalorian Iron from his father’s home planet. His blast plates can block most blaster fire and blade attacks. The armor liner protects Fett from fire, acid and intense weather – which aided in his survival of the Sarlacc. The armor also produces a two hour reserve of air if he’s exposed to zero oxygen or poisonous atmospheres.
His left gauntlet features a Czerka ZX Miniature Flame Projector, which creates a cone of fire five meters long and one meter in diameter. The fuel is injected through a canister that produces three minutes of continuous fire power.
The left gauntlet also includes a MM9 Mini Concussion Rocket, which digitally tracks its target up to 25 meters. Boba Fett is armed with a variety of rockets, including stun rockets, anti-vehicle rockets and other explosive types. This weapon can also be equipped with rocket darts.
Boba Fett has also equipped his left gauntlet with a portable Dur-24 Wrist Lasers, which carry a range of 50 meters and are as powerful as blaster fire. This laser attaches directly below his flame projector and is manufactured by BlasTech Industries.
On his right gauntlet, Boba Fett has use of a fibercord whip that is 20 meters long and can entangle his opponents weapons or used to yank the off their feet. This weapon can also be alternated with grappling devices.
One of Boba Fett’s most notable accessories is his Mitrinomon Z-6 Jet Pack. It holds enough fuel for one minute of continuous operation or 20 three second blasts. This fact is contradicted by its usage by Death Watch in The Clone Wars. However, its top speed is 145 kilometers per hour, and can project Boba Fett 100 meters horizontally or 70 meters vertically.
Boba Fett’s jet pack also includes a missile launcher. At times he has armed this weapon with an anti-vehicle missile to achieve maximum damage on targets, but he has also been known to use ion missiles, which will cause a vehicle or craft’s engine to malfunction and become immobile, but will not destroy the target or cause it to explode.
An alternative to Boba Fett’s internal helmet display, he carried a palm held data pad, which holds the information about his current prey. This is convenient for canvasing planets, asking natives if they’ve seen a specific individual. It can also be used to pull data from the HoloNet or transfer credits.
On occasion, Boba Fett has used military grade binoculars, which can track targets, find ranges and picks up on heat signatures. Useful for on-ground missions, while his range finder works more practically while aboard Slave I and when he must track larger vessels.
Boba Fett inherited a modified Firespray-31-class spacecraft, Slave I, one of six prototypes designed by Kuat Systems Engineering as a patrol and attack craft for the prison Oovo IV. Boba Fett and his father continually upgraded the ship, which features a cloaking device, decoy system, jamming capabilities and a static discharge port. Boba Fett armed the ship with GN-40 twin blaster cannons, eight concussion missiles, ion cannon, proton torpedo cannon, Phylon tractor beam, homing beacon launcher and a minelayer. It’s also outfitted with six caged prison bays, including a Force cage for Jedi, and can transport up to two speeder bikes and has hidden compartments. The Slave I has changed hands many times, but always finds its way back to Boba Fett.
The Slave II was used by Boba Fett following Return of the Jedi, when he lost possession of his Firespray. Manufactured by MandalMotors as a Pursuer-class enforcement vehicle, it was armed with two blaster cannons, ion cannon turret, tractor beam, a proton torpedo cannon and six torpedos. As a police vehicle, it also could hold up to six prisoners.
When traveling on off-road terrain, Boba Fett often used one of two military grade speeder bikes kept equipped in the cargo bay of Slave I. Typical speeder bikes can reach a speed of 500 kilometers per hour. The standard speeder bike comes armed with a light blaster cannon, but as most of Boba Fett’s equipment, was modified with a missile launcher.