How to make most GTA Online money with Gunrunning bunker business

Published: 2/Jun/2020 15:48 Updated: 29/Jan/2021 11:46

by Connor Bennett


There are plenty of different ways to make cash in GTA Online, and while Gunrunning from Bunkers isn’t terribly fast, it is a great way to bring in huge amounts. Here are the best ways to make money through the business.

As GTA Online veterans will know, cash is pretty easy to come by in Los Santos. You can pick up a few thousand dollars from a race, a little less by sticking up a store, and then you have the big scores from heists.

There are businesses that will make money in the background for you – but they do cost a bit of cash to start up. One of the best comes in the form of Gunrunning, but it is costly to get your hands on a Bunker. Though, if you want to start rolling in GTA Online cash, here is how you can do so.

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Bunkers are the key to GTA’s Gunrunning business.

How to start Gunrunning missions in GTA Online

The cheapest bunker you’ll find, if you haven’t been able to grab the Criminal Enterprise Starter Pack, is located in the Paleto Bay forest. It’ll cost around $1,165,000, but it does mean you’ll be at a disadvantage when it comes to delivering the manufactured weapons. 

Once you’ve got the bunker, you’ll get your first shipment of supplies for free – so you’ll get on your way to making cash. To do this, go inside your bunker, head to the laptop, and start the setup process. Pick up the vehicle from Ammu-Nation and drive back to your bunker.

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Disruption Logistics is where you start Gunrunning jobs.

GTA Online Gunrunning profit guide

Once you’ve dropped the supplies off, head back to your laptop and make sure your staff is focused on production. Without upgrading your bunker, staff will produce one unit every ten minutes – with that coming down to seven minutes if you spend the cash to upgrade.

It is also better to steal your supplies instead of buying them with your own cash. This will allow you to get the materials for free – even though you might have to fight other players. Doing this will allow your gunrunning bunker to become incredibly profitable, even though you will have to put in the time and effort. 

A breakdown of profit per hour from GTA Online’s Bunker business.

Now, to get a bunker full of stock, it will take around two hours but you’re guaranteed to make at least $500,000. Upgrading the bunker and selling the weapons far away from it will net you a bigger payout, but you’ve got to invest more time and cash. 

If you don’t own a bunker and are more focused on the Motorcycle Club businesses, we’ve got a fast making money guide for that too. So, be sure to check it out.


xQc speaks out after being banned from NoPixel GTA RP server

Published: 23/Feb/2021 11:49 Updated: 23/Feb/2021 11:52

by Isaac McIntyre


Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel has been indefinitely banned from the popular GTA RP ‘NoPixel’ server after the Twitch star hit several other roleplayers with his car, despite being told it was “against the rules” in the exclusive lobby.

GTA roleplaying ⁠— especially the NoPixel server ⁠— has enjoyed a resurgence on Twitch in the past few weeks, led by personalities like Summit1g and xQc. In particular, after the decline of Rust, xQc has become a server regular.

At first, it seemed a perfect fit. Like Rust, the GTA lobby seemed a perfect place for xQc’s wild personality to come to the fore. He quickly settled in as a rogue player, running from the cops and scamming other players (while rolepaying) in get-rich-quick plots and harebrained schemes.

Police in GTA Online
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GTA RP’s NoPixel server has some rules that are enforced, no matter how big the streamers playing are.

xQc removed from NoPixel GTA RP server

On February 22, the Twitch star was locked out of the server, following several instances where he struck other roleplayers with his car and fled ⁠— called “VDM,” or vehicle deathmatch, in RP circles ⁠— over the past few days.

xQc was left stunned as he repeatedly tried to login. “Well… okay, yeah, they really did ban me,” he said. “That’s f**king… okay?”


xQc tells his side of the story

The Twitch streamer, who was forced to swap to Minecraft during the broadcast as a result of the NoPixel ban, said he had been unaware of the “rules” when he began ramming other players, and didn’t think it constituted a ban.

“Yeah, I broke the rules, I said I wouldn’t do any more “VDM” and people know that though. I showed all the signs, legitimately, genuinely, that it was bad or you couldn’t do it in the way that I did it,” he said.

“I didn’t know you couldn’t ram [other players] in that context,” he added. “Whatever I did, I admitted to it. Yeah, I broke the rules. I said, ‘If I do this again, I’ll park my car in the middle of the road, instead of driving them into other cars’.”

He was silent for a moment, before adding: “Rules are broken every minute there.”

While the initial NoPixel ban message did read “permanent,” many fans may still expect xQc to be unbanned sometime in the near future.

The former Overwatch pro player was summoned to a meeting with the GTA server moderators to discuss his “VDM” antics, as well as several metagaming accusations he leveled at Summit1g over the weekend, but apparently overslept.

He was then greeted with the ban, which asked him to “talk with staff.”

It is unclear if xQc has reached out to the ‘NoPixel’ mods yet, though he did suggest on-stream he was planning to in the “next few days.” Dexerto will keep you updated on the streamer’s GTA RP ban, which remains permanent for now.