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For an overview of 9mm ammunition types in the Fallout series of games, see 9mm.
 
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A collection of ancient 9x19mm rounds. Heavy grease to preserve them from the environment. Standard bullets.

9mm is a type of ammunition in Fallout and Fallout 2.

BackgroundEdit

Main article: 9mm
Before the Great War, 9mm was the preferred type of ammunition for small weapons in the Southwest Commonwealth, while the military and the Eastern and Western seaboards tended to favor 10mm ammunition.

CharacteristicsEdit

9mm ball is one of the rarest ammunition types in Fallout and Fallout 2. Not to be confused with the standard 9mm rounds, which are an inferior alternative which do not appear in Fallout.

VariantsEdit

There are two variants of 9mm ammunition:

  • 9mm ball (Ammunition. Caliber: 9mm, ball.)
  • 9mm (Ammunition. Caliber: 9mm.) - Fallout 2 only variant.

LocationsEdit

FalloutEdit

Fallout 2Edit

9mm ball

9mm

Weapons using this ammunitionEdit

BugsEdit

In Fallout, ammunition modifiers are not applied properly which makes the 9mm equal to any other kind of ammunition.

In Fallout 2, some raiders in Vault 15 have H&K P90c's incorrectly loaded with 9mm ammo rather than 10mm. These weapons can be fired normally but can only be reloaded with the correct 10mm ammo. In addition, random encounter robbers carry 9mm, but have the P90c loaded with 10mm. It seems that the P90 was originally going to be loaded with 9mm, but was changed shortly before release.

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