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For an overview of 10mm ammunition types in the Fallout series of games, see 10mm.
 
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10mm round is a type of ammunition in Fallout: New Vegas.

BackgroundEdit

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Before the War, 10mm was the standard ammo for the Bureau of Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco, Firearms and Lasers, while the military was more reliant on experimental energy weapons.

CharacteristicsEdit

A medium caliber, high velocity auto-pistol round manufactured before the Great War.

ProductionEdit

Standard and JHP 10mm rounds can be crafted at a reloading bench. A single cartridge requires the following ingredients:

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Lead (17)
Icon range
Repair: 25
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10mm rounds (1)
Materials:Requirements:Produces:
Lead (21)
Icon range
Repair: 50
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10mm JHP (hand load) (1)

BreakdownEdit

Breaking down a standard 10mm round yields:

Materials:Requirements:Produces:
10mm round (1)
Icon range
Repair: 25
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Lead (15)

Weapons using this ammunitionEdit

VariantsEdit

10mm, hollow pointEdit

Hollow point bullets mushroom and break up on impact, causing massive trauma on fleshy, unarmored targets. However, this also means they break up when they hit things like armor plate, drastically reducing the bullet's penetrating power.

10mm, JHP (hand load)Edit

A jacketed hollow point is a round designed with a harder outer metal coating with a hollowed cavity tip. The result is higher stopping power and wound trauma with increased armor penetration when compared to standard hollow point rounds, but inflict slightly less damage.

ComparisonEdit

Assault carbine extended magazines Icon damage Icon shield gold Icon repair Icon spread Icon crafting Icon chance
10mm round, standardx 1x 1x 1x 1Icon check20% chance
10mm round, JHP (hand load)x 1.65x 2x 1x 1Icon check10% chance
10mm round, hollow pointx 1.75x 3x 1x 1Icon cross20% chance

LocationsEdit

NotesEdit

The static object for the ammunition box reads "50 CENTER FIRE CARTRIDGES".

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