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这是一篇综合多款游戏中背景信息进行对比的文章。关于每个游戏中区分开来的信息和状态,参见右边链接的文章。
游戏文章
Fallout.44 Magnum JHP
.44 Magnum FMJ
Fallout 2.44 Magnum JHP
.44 Magnum FMJ
Fallout 3.44 round, Magnum
Fallout: New Vegas.44 Magnum round
.44 Magnum, hollow point
.44 Magnum, SWC (hand load)
.44 special round
Fallout 4.44 round
Fallout 76.44 round
Fallout Tactics.44 Magnum ball
.44 Magnum JHP
.44 Magnum AP
Fallout: BoSLarge bullet
Van Buren.44 caliber AP
.44 caliber DD
.44 caliber FMJ
.44 caliber HP
.44 caliber JHP
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The .44 round, Magnum or .44 Magnum round is a type of ammunition found in Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Fallout 4, Fallout 76 and Fallout Tactics.

背景编辑

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Variants编辑

.44 Magnum ball编辑

FoT 44 magnum ball
A brick of ammunition, .44 Magnum caliber, Standard issue.

—in-game description, Fallout Tactics

Standard .44 Magnum ammunition is only used by large caliber handguns and high-powered long arms. It exhibits a very high base damage, and is especially rare. .44 Magnum is abstracted as "Large Bullets" in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel.

.44 caliber FMJ编辑

44fmj
A brick of ammunition, .44 Magnum caliber, full metal jacket.

—in-game description, Fallout

游戏文章: Fallout, Fallout 2, Van Buren

Full metal jackets give .44 Magnum rounds a mild armor piercing effect in addition to their generous base damage, and the green-branded magazines are fairly common compared to other .44 variants.

.44 caliber JHP编辑

44jhp
A brick of ammunition, .44 Magnum caliber, hollow-point.

—in-game description, Fallout

Jacketed hollow points will double the raw power of the .44 Magnum bullet, but will also allow enemies with lower DR to shore up some extra protection. JHP bullets are also fairly common, all things considered.

.44 Magnum, hollow point编辑

44 Round magnum
游戏文章: Fallout: New Vegas, Van Buren

.44 Magnum rounds tipped with hollow points will absolutely shred through flesh and sinew, due in part to the sharp tip and the high velocities at which they fly. However, even the lightest armor is very effective at stopping the bullet and flattening it harmlessly.

.44 Magnum, SWC hand load编辑

44 Round magnum
游戏文章: Fallout: New Vegas

Hand-loaded semi-wadcutter bullets will punch right through a target with their flattened noses, while shoulders built into the bullet enlarge the hole and make the resulting wound rather cleanly shaped. As a result, they provide extra damage and a light armor piercing effect, but the specialized nature of the bullets will also increase wear on the weapon.

.44 special round编辑

Fo4 .44 round

.44 Special bullets are loaded identically to normal bullets; they simply lack the higher pressure load of a Magnum round. They aren't nearly as powerful as Magnum rounds, but they're also much healthier for any weapon that fires them.

.44 Magnum AP编辑

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FoT 44 magnum AP
A brick of ammunition, .44 Magnum caliber, armor piercing.

—in-game description, Fallout Tactics

游戏文章: Fallout Tactics, Van Buren

These armor piercing rounds are exceptionally specialized; they deal 40% less damage, but can punch through 80% of the armor built into any of the robots in the Midwest.

.44 caliber DD编辑

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.44 caliber DD
游戏文章: Van Buren

Dumdum bullets are an older kind of bullet, from which the modern hollow point was derived. "Dumdum" is generally applied only to ancient, heavy rifle rounds, and is considered an informal way of referring to hollow points. How they would have faired compared to hollow points, however, is unknown.

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