The standard SIG-Sauer 14mm pistol, a large handgun with an ammunition capacity of 6 rounds likely designed for long-range pistol hunting or target shooting. It was imported to the United States from the European Commonwealth before the Great War. They were decently common early on in the survivor era, but the number of working units has swiftly declined since 2241.
Despite its high base damage, the 14mm pistol is ultimately crippled by the absence of JHP ammunition. With the half damage from AP ammo applied, the 14mm compares unfavorably to alternatives like a .223 pistol. If an AP patch is installed, the 14mm really shines as a mid-level pistol, but is still not as good as a .223 pistol.