Shooters Gun Shoppe Limited Time Building (LTB) Payout and Upgrade Costs – Crime City

Just when we thought it wasn’t going to happen a brand new Limited Time Building (LTB) hits the streets. This time it’s the Shooter’s Gun Shoppe. The initial cost is a hefty $100 million, pretty close to the previous Tsar’s Teahouse. Unfortunately, the payout is nowhere near as good. The initial payout is $657,895 versus $1,653,000 and final payout of $19,736,850 versus $49,590,000. Curse the bad luck. Good news it’s a small building with a 4×4 footprint and 12H collection time.

If you want to go all the way this one it’ll cost you a touch over $25 billion. If you have some modifiers you might be able skate by for a mere $12 billion. It won’t be cheap no matter where you’re standing.

The prize for each level is Shooter’s Special (26,786A / 14,423D) +1% Gun Attack

So, now that’s it’s available what’s the best course of action? Do you forge ahead and upgrade this rascal for it’s prizes or retreat to some of the previous buildings to build IPH or Defense with those? To be honest, I’m a little torn. I’m leaning toward upgrading the Beachfront Retreat to increase my Defense and then maybe switching over at the very end for another upgrade or two to the Tsar’s Teahouse for an IPH bump. This might only be a Level 5 building for me.

What do you think? What’s the best approach with this new building versus the others?

Level Cost Payout Hours
1 $100,000,000 $657,895 24
2 $167,000,000 $1,315,790 30
3 $278,890,000 $2,302,633 36
4 $465,746,300 $3,618,423 42
5 $777,796,321 $5,263,160 48
6 $1,298,919,856 $7,236,845 54
7 $2,169,196,160 $9,539,478 60
8 $3,622,557,587 $12,171,058 66
9 $6,049,671,170 $15,131,585 72
10 $10,102,950,853 $19,736,850 78
Total Cost  $      25,032,728,247    

 

Payout and Upgrade Cost with Modifiers

 

Level Payout +35% Upgrade -30% Upgrade -51%
1 $888,158    
2 $1,776,317 $116,900,000 $81,830,000
3 $3,108,555 $195,223,000 $136,656,100
4 $4,884,871 $326,022,410 $228,215,687
5 $7,105,266 $544,457,425 $381,120,197
6 $9,769,741 $909,243,899 $636,470,729
7 $12,878,295 $1,518,437,312 $1,062,906,118
8 $16,430,928 $2,535,790,311 $1,775,053,218
9 $20,427,640 $4,234,769,819 $2,964,338,873
10 $26,644,748 $7,072,065,597 $4,950,445,918
Total Cost   $17,452,909,773 $12,217,036,841

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