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9mm pistol (Fallout: New Vegas)

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9mm pistol
9mm Pistol
9mm pistol icon
Requirements
skillGuns 0
strength req.2
Attack statistics
dmg/attack
16 (23)
DPS
50 (100.8)
DPS (reload)
35.7 (71)
crit dmg
16
crit % mult
x1
attacks/sec
3.1 (4.4)AP17
projectiles1spread0.7
Ammo & reloading
ammo type9mm round
ammo/shot
1
shots/rel.
13
ammo cap.13
reload time
1.7 (1.3)
Other
weight1.5value
100
item HP150
repair
9mm pistol
One-handed guns Jury RiggingJuryRigging
base id000e3778 (standard)
xx00c66a (Dean's)
 
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The M&A 9mm pistol is a weapon in Fallout: New Vegas.

BackgroundEdit

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The M&A 9mm pistol is a semi-automatic handgun, designed by M&A Guns Manufacturers. It is the standard issue sidearm of the New California Republic Army and a common sight in the Mojave Wasteland.

CharacteristicsEdit

The M&A 9mm pistol is one of the most common guns to be found early on in the game. It is very cheap to buy, utilizes very common ammunition, has no guns skill requirement, and has a very low Strength requirement in order to be handled effectively. It has three-dot luminescent front and rear iron-sights for better low-light fighting, and a minor idle sway.

It can be modified with a short range scope and an extended magazine to further improve its performance. Furthermore, it is considered an improved holdout weapon, and can therefore be concealed with a sneak skill of 50 or greater.

DurabilityEdit

The 9mm pistol can fire about 745 standard rounds, the equivalent of 58 reloads, or 38 reloads when modded with extended magazines, from full condition before breaking.

Ammunition typeUnmodifiedW/ Extended mags
ShotsReloadsShotsReloads
Standard, HP & JHP7455874538
+P6204862032

ModificationsEdit

VariantsEdit

  • Maria, a unique version of the 9mm pistol used by Benny.
  • Dead MoneyGametitle-FNV DM Dean's 9mm pistol, a unique non-playable 9mm pistol used by Dean Domino. It only differs from the standard pistol in its use of companion ammunition. There are also five other versions that have an increased linear scale of damage.
Icon cut contentThe following is based on developer test content cut from Fallout: New Vegas and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
Icon cut contentEnd of information based on developer test content cut from Fallout: New Vegas.

ComparisonEdit

Weapon name (current weapon is highlighted)Icon gunDamage per attack (damage per projectile)Icon damageDamage per secondIcon dpsAttacks per secondIcon attackCritical Chance % multiplierIcon chanceCritical damageIcon critical damageAction Point costIcon actionDamage per action pointIcon dapWeapon spreadIcon spreadMagazine capacity (shots per reload)Assault carbine extended magazinesDurability (number of attacks before breaking)Icon repairWeightIcon weightValue in capsIcon merchantValue to weight ratioIcon ratioSkill requiredIcon abilityStrength requiredIcon fist
9mm pistol 16
503.13x116170.90.7137451.510066.702
9mm pistol With all weapon mods attachedIcon plus 16
503.13x116170.90.7207451.5500333.302
Maria 20
753.75x220151.30.2139951.51000666.702

LocationsEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

The M&A 9mm pistol model is based on the real-world Browning Hi-Power pistol.[1]

BugsEdit

  • ps3Icon ps3 xbox360Icon xbox360 Sometimes when aiming through the 9mm pistol scope in first person, it will show the scope crosshairs, but oddly will have the pistol model in front of the crosshairs, as if aiming down the iron sights. It does not affect firing, but makes it difficult to aim. [verified]
  • pcIcon pc ps3Icon ps3 xbox360Icon xbox360 If loading a saved game from the main menu in which the 9mm pistol is equipped and drawn, the reload animation takes twice as long as normal. This can be solved by simply switching to another gun and then back again. [verified]

SoundsEdit

SingleShotVB
ReloadVB
JamVB

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. J.E. Sawyer on Formspring:

    In my opinion, the BHP is a timeless design and its form is quite distinctive when compared to Fallout's 10mm pistols. Also, since I knew we weren't going to implement an M1911-style .45, the BHP-based 9mm design gives an extremely similar aesthetic (so similar that a lot of people assume it IS an M1911) while fitting into the 9mm/10mm/12.7mm semi-auto handgun progression in F:NV.

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