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9mm (Fallout 2)

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For an overview of 9mm rounds throughout the Fallout series, see 9mm.
9mm
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9mm ball
Mag. Size
20
AC Mod
0
damage mod
1/1
DR mod
0%
Weight2Value$ 100
Prototype ID00000121
9mm standard
Mag. Size
20
AC Mod
0
damage mod
1/2
DR mod
+10%
Weight1Value$ 100
Prototype ID00000360
 
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9x19mm Parabellum (called 9mm and 9x19mm rounds in-game) is a type of ammunition in Fallout 2.

Background

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175 years old by the time the Great War happened, the 9×19mm Parabellum was one of the most popular and widespread ammunition types in the world. Although the U.S. military and federal agencies transitioned to the more powerful 10mm Auto cartridge, the venerable Parabellum remained popular throughout the United States of America. After the war, following a period of scarcity, it re-emerged as the primary pistol round of the New California Republic Army, used by the standard M&A 9mm pistols issued to its troops.

Characteristics

A very rare ammunition type appearing in Fallout 2, the 9mm rounds are only used by one weapon (technically two, since there is a single P90c loaded with them in Vault 15) and offer subpar performance across the board.

Weapon Ammo Performance vs. armor
None Leather jacket Leather armor Metal armor Combat armor Power armor Advanced power armor
9mm Mauser 9mm

1.8 - 4.5

1.4 - 3.5

0 - 1.95

-1.2 - 0.6

-1.5 - 0

-5 - -3.5

-4.55 - -3.5

9mm Mauser 9mm Ball

5 - 10

4 - 8

2.25 - 6

0.7 - 4.2

0 - 3

-4.2 - -1.2

-4.5 - -2.25

Locations

9mm ball

9mm

Weapons using this ammunition