| || For an overview of this weapon in the Fallout series of games, see 10mm pistol.|
For the player character in Fallout 3, see Lone Wanderer.
|The following is based on Fallout Shelter and some details might contradict canon.|
After the phase out of the N80 in 2051, the N99 sidearm became standard issue military gear. The N99 was known for its ability to survive in the harshest of conditions and did so in many tests, as the weapon was reliably able to be restored to working condition after an extended period of time exposed to hard elements and without maintenance.
The N99 proved to stand up to its claims and as a result is one of the most common weapons found in use in the wasteland. While many civilian weapons were ruined beyond use in the extreme conditions following the War, the N99 is commonly able to be easily restored to working order by anyone with even the most basic knowledge of firearm mechanics. Vault-Tec issued them to vault security units, as seen in Vault 101 where the security is only armed with N99's.
However, an N99 in poor condition can often deliver low target and armor penetration, frequent jamming, and greatly reduced accuracy. Fortunately, the weapon was produced in great numbers and many units are available for replacement parts.
Most N99s found in the Commonwealth are equipped with short barrels, while those in the Capital and Mojave Wastelands are equipped with long barrels.
The 10mm pistol 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)
This article is too short to provide more than rudimentary information about the subject. You can help Nukapedia by expanding it.