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This is a lore summary, presenting intradiegetic or in-universe information about the subject. For game characteristics and similar data, consult the table on the right.
Game-specific articles
Fallout9mm Mauser
Fallout 29mm Mauser
FO: New Vegas9mm pistol
Maria
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FO Tactics9mm M9FS Beretta
9mm Calico M-950
HSI Mauser
Browning HiPower
P220 Sig Sauer
Zip gun
Fallout: BoSHome-made pistol
Beretta
Van BurenColt 6504 9mm autoloader
Rheinmetall 9mm machine pistol
FO Extreme9mm Mauser

9mm pistols are sidearms using the 9mm ammunition.

Background[edit | edit source]

Immediately before the Great War, 9mm pistols were less common than their 10mm counterparts. 9mm were favored in southern states, like Colorado and Utah, while 10mm was more favored by the Federal government and the citizens of Northern California.

Models[edit | edit source]

Mauser C-96 9mm[edit | edit source]

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Produced by Mauser,[1][2] the C-96 is a recoil operated, locked breech semi-automatic pistol. The bolt and barrel are locked by a vertically tilting locking piece with two lugs locking into recesses beneath the bolt. It features an adjustable sight for up to 1000 meters, though it's mostly a cosmetic feature, as the ammunition it is made for stops being accurate at less than a quarter of that distance.[3]

The pistol's production run lasted from 1896 until 1938 and was sold to both civilians and military organizations. As a military sidearm, the pistols saw service in various wars, as well as World War I and World War II, and it's now a relic of the Old World.[4]

M&A 9mm pistol[edit | edit source]

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The M&A 9mm pistol is a semi-automatic handgun manufactured by M&A Guns Manufacturers.[5] It is a recoil operated, locked breech pistol with a linkless barrel-to-slide locking system and an external hammer. It is a single action pistol, meaning the slide must be pulled manually to cock the weapon and make it ready to fire. The most common wasteland variant of the weapon has a dark grey finish and checkered wooden grip panels, with staggered magazines offering a tremendous 13 round capacity.[6]

Thanks to its low price and ruggedness, it is the standard sidearm of the New California Republic Army and a common sight in the Mojave Wasteland in 2281.

9mm M9FS Beretta[edit | edit source]

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The 9mm M9FS Beretta was created in 1975 by the Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta, military adopted in 1985 and officially entered service in 1990. It's a short recoil, semi-automatic, single-action/double-action pistol using a staggered box magazine of 15 cartridges caliber 9mm. It provides good accuracy up to 50 m and it's also easy to clean.

9mm Calico M-950[edit | edit source]

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A rare 9mm pistol that uses a helical feed system, like a P90c. This lets it hold a massive amount of ammunition while keeping the weight down.

Browning High Power[edit | edit source]

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Originally made in Belgium, construction of North American models had a renaissance in the early 2010s.

P220 Sig Sauer[edit | edit source]

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A Swiss designed pistol, the SIG-Sauer benefits from compact and lightweight construction.

HSI Mauser[edit | edit source]

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Manufactured by Mauser, the HSI Mauser has great range for a pistol, but its damage is quite limited. You're better off with a different handgun unless range is a concern.

Zip Gun[edit | edit source]

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A wood handmade single shot pistol.

Home-made pistol[edit | edit source]

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A home-made pistol crafted with various assembled metal pieces.

Colt 6504 9mm autoloader[edit | edit source]

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The predecessor to the Colt 6520 10mm pistol. A Colt 6504 9mm autoloading pistol. Each pull of the trigger will automatically reload the firearm until the magazine is empty.

Rheinmetall 9mm machine pistol[edit | edit source]

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Manufactured by Rheinmetall AG, this 9mm machinepistol is capable of one-handed use for both single shot and burst attacks. Though it is wildly inaccurate, its potential for loads of short-range damage is high.

Debug megapistol[edit | edit source]

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Gallery[edit | edit source]

References

  1. In-game description for the 9mm Mauser in Fallout and Fallout 2. [1][2]
  2. Fallout Official Survival Guide p.114: "9mm Mauser: An ancient C-96 Mauser handgun in excellent condition."
  3. Weapon appearance.
  4. Based on real world equivalent, pre-divergence.
  5. "Crafted by M&A Guns Manufacturers" is engraved on the slide of the 9mm pistol and Maria in Fallout: New Vegas. [1]
  6. Weapon appearance and behavior.