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14mm Pistol
damage: 12-22
damage type: Normal
attack modes:
Single Shot (AP: 5, R: 30)
Aimed Shot (AP: 6, R: 30)
ammo Type 14mm
ammo capacity: 6
min. Strength: 5
hands req.: 1
weight: 10 pounds
value: $1100
prototype id: 22
A Sig-Sauer 14mm Auto Pistol. Large, single shot handgun. Excellent craftmanship.

The SIG-Sauer 14mm Auto Pistol is an excellently crafted, large, single-shot handgun, likely designed for long-range pistol hunting or target shooting. It was imported to the United States from the European Commonwealth before the war[1].



Despite its high base damage, the 14mm Pistol is ultimately crippled by the absence of JHP ammunition. With the half damage from AP ammo applied, the 14mm compares unfavorably to alternatives like the .223 Pistol.




Behind the scenes

While single-shot pistols are common for target shooting and long-range pistol hunting, calibers of something like 14mm would be impossible to accurately shoot in a handgun, due to insane levels of recoil. The closest known thing to this weapon is a weapon known as the Thunder .50, a .50 BMG single-shot weapon that is nearly impossible to shoot comfortably. Also, the closest known cartridge to 14mm caliber is the 14.5x114mm, which is a Russian heavy machine gun round that packs even more power than .50 BMG. However, the 14mm cartridge in-game could be a fictional 14mm cartridge small enough to fit in a handgun such as this.


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