|For an overview of this weapon, see 10mm pistol.|
For the player character in Fallout 3, see Lone Wanderer.
|The following is based on Fallout Shelter or Fallout Shelter Online and some details might contradict canon.|
The large-framed N99 was selected as the standard issue conventional sidearm of the United States military, following the phaseout of the N80 in 2051. The long-barreled pistol remained in service for 26 years, until the Great War destroyed the United States. The pistol is designed to withstand the most extreme conditions, which was one of the requirements for a new service sidearm. It can also be repaired easily by anyone with even the most basic technical knowledge. This includes both clearing misfeeds and restoring a unit to working condition after long exposure to elements without maintenance.
These features also make it popular with wastelanders, who appreciate the ease of maintenance. It remains a common weapon, as even though many civilian units were ruined, they can easily be restored by anyone with some repair knowledge. Even damaged units can be used reliably, though they will offer subpar performance and jam frequently. The number of manufactured pistols means that parts are easy to come by, however. The N99 10mm pistol may be equipped with a suppressor for more covert applications.
The Lone Wanderer is a semi-automatic magazine loading handgun featured in Fallout Shelter. Dealing a minimum of 2 damage per attack, it has the second lowest minimum damage output for handguns in the game, just above the .32 pistol and its variants. It deals up to 4 more points of damage than the 10mm pistol.
- Rusty 10mm pistol
- 10mm pistol
- Enhanced 10mm pistol
- Hardened 10mm pistol
- Armor piercing 10mm pistol
- Amata's pistol
|Rusty 10mm pistol||2||10||common|
|Enhanced 10mm pistol||2-4||10||common|
|Hardened 10mm pistol||2-5||100||rare|
|Armor piercing 10mm pistol||2-6||100||rare|
- Carried by legendary vault dwellers Amata Almodovar, Scribe Rothchild, and Butch DeLoria.
- Obtained as a reward for completing Whack-a-Mole.
- Found by dwellers exploring the wasteland, as a reward for completing some quests, or in lunchboxes.
- Craftable in a weapon workshop.
Lone Wanderer (1)
Behind the scenes
- Citadel terminal entries; weapon information research database terminal, N99 10mm Pistol
- The Lone Wanderer: "Your gun is jammed? Can I take a look at it?"
Pek: "Sure, I guess. Can you fix it?"
The Lone Wanderer: "Sure can. Here, just pull this back to clear the chamber."
Pek: "Wow... that's... that's easy. Now at least I can shoot back at those mutant bastards. Are you ready?"