I'd wish to take some time to comment on the "Behind the scenes" section of this article.
The description of the pistol mentioning that it is a single-shot handgun is is most likely a misnomad of "semi-auto" on behalf of the developers, otherwise the gun would've had only one round in capacity and have the magazine removed from it's rendered picture.
Even if the 14mm round is a fictional handgun ammunition in the Fallout universe, then why is it compared to existing anti-material rounds like the .50 BMG and the 14.5x114mm? Making the assumption that two different types of cartridges are relevant because of their similar bullet diameters is like bringing up My Little Pony as being relevant in an article about The Black Stallion because they are both fictional horses.
18.104.22.168 16:47, January 20, 2010 (UTC)somelurker
- Not so, if My Little Pony was brought up because it looked similar or something, then I could've seen your point. The cartridges were not brought up purely because they are bullets, but also because they are similar in diameter. HeadManiac 01:19, November 14, 2010 (UTC)
Shouldn't we get rid of the 12.7mm pistol from this page? After all, the page is called "14mm pistol", not "High powered pistols". If something is on a certain page, it should pertain to that page. Best regards, Kastera talk 22:25, March 14, 2011 (UTC)
Article name Edit
- Not really. P220 is from FOT, whereas the SS Auto is an original weapon built for Fallout 1. Tagaziel (call!) 19:47, October 5, 2011 (UTC)
12.7mm pistol Edit
The 12.7mm pistol needs to be removed from this page. There is absolutely nothing in the game files or game lore that even implies this is made by Sig. We have no developer comments related to it either. If we get to use visually similar as the threshold to call this weapon a Sig, then I want to see the laser RCW on the tommy gun page, since it looks about as close to a tommy gun as this does to a 14mm pistol. 21:25, January 23, 2015 (UTC)
- Agreed, it has been removed, the only evidence provided is that it looks similar. By that rationale, the Chinese assault rifle should share a page with the AK somewhere, the Marksman Carbine, the Service Rifle and the Assault carbine should share a page as well but they don't because we have no evidence saying they are the same guns beyond appearance. Richie9999 (talk) 22:18, January 23, 2015 (UTC)