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{{Infobox weapon
 
{{Infobox weapon
 
| name = Pistol
 
| name = Pistol
| image = Pistol-GTAV.png
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| image = Pistol-GTAV.png
 
| games = All Games
 
| games = All Games
 
| slot = Handgun
 
| slot = Handgun
 
| damage = Low
 
| damage = Low
 
| weight = Light
 
| weight = Light
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| sold in = [[Ammu-Nation]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]], [[Grand Theft Auto Vice City|GTA VC]], [[Grand Theft Auto San Andreas|GTA SA]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA LCS]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA VCS]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|GTA CW]], [[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]], [[Grand Theft Auto Online|Online]])</small><br>[[Underground Gun Shops]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]], [[The Lost and Damned|TLAD]], [[The Ballad of Gay Tony|TBoGT]])</small><br>[[Emmet's]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto:San Andreas|GTA SA]])</small><br>[[Terry Thorpe]] <small>([[The Lost and Damned|TLAD]])</small><br>[[Armando Torres]] <small>([[The Ballad of Gay Tony|TBoGT]])</small>
 
| ammo = 1 round <small>(GTA 1 & GTA 2)</small><br>12 rounds <small>(GTA III)</small><br>12 rounds ''(16 w/ Extended Clip)'' <small>(GTA V)</small><br>17 rounds <small>(most other games)</small>
 
| ammo = 1 round <small>(GTA 1 & GTA 2)</small><br>12 rounds <small>(GTA III)</small><br>12 rounds ''(16 w/ Extended Clip)'' <small>(GTA V)</small><br>17 rounds <small>(most other games)</small>
|caption = Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]]
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|caption = Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]].
| available after
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| Unlocked After = [[Pump Action Pimp]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]])</small><br>[[Back Alley Brawl]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto Vice City|GTA VC]])</small><br>[[Nines And AKs]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto San Andreas|GTA SA]])</small><br>[[Snuff]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA LCS]])</small><br>[[Soldier]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA VCS]])</small><br>[[Jamaican Heat]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]])</small><br>[[Clean and Serene]] <small>([[The Lost and Damned|TLAD]])</small><br>[[I Luv LC]] <small>([[The Ballad of Gay Tony|TBoGT]])</small><br>[[Repossession]] <small>([[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]])</small><br>Rank 1 <small>([[Grand Theft Auto Online|Online]])</small>
 
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The '''Pistol''' is a weapon present in all ''[[Grand Theft Auto]]'' games, being the most basic firearm in the series.
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{{Quote|Standard handgun. A .45 caliber combat pistol with a magazine capacity of 12 rounds that can be extended to 16.|GTA V description on [[Rockstar Games Social Club]].}}
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The '''Pistol''' is a [[weapon]] present in all ''[[Grand Theft Auto]]'' games, being the most basic firearm in the series.
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
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The pistol frequently varies in design throughout the series, taking the form of many popular handguns.
 
The pistol frequently varies in design throughout the series, taking the form of many popular handguns.
   
In GTA 1 and GTA London, the Pistol closely resembles the AMT Automag II by the [[HUD]] image, although the GTA 1 Icon resembles the Soviet Tokarev TT-33. In GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas, the pistol resembles a Colt M1911. The Pistol's magazine capacity ranges from 12 rounds (in III) to 17 rounds (Vice City onwards). All of this is despite the fact that the Colt M1911 isn't commonly chambered in 9mm and, even if it was, it still possesses a [http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Single-column-magazine single-stack] magazine design, therefore making it impossible to fit more than 7 rounds in the magazine without redesigning the weapon or using an extended magazine that extends beyond the bottom of the grip. However, the Browning Hi-Power is chambered in 9mm and holds 13 rounds, thus making it plausible that the GTA III version of the Pistol is modelled after the Hi-Power, but making it impossible in Vice City Stories. In the introduction cutscene of San Andreas, where all three members of [[C.R.A.S.H.]] arrest [[Carl Johnson]], [[Jimmy Hernandez]] and [[Eddie Pulaski]] are holding Glock 17 Pistols, instead of the normal Colt M1911 Pistols like the ones in gameplay. Given the fact that the in-game Pistol's magazine capacity (17 rounds) is incorrect for a Colt M1911 but correct for a Glock 17, and the fact that the Glock really is a 9mm Pistol, it may be that the developers originally intended the player to use the model seen in the cutscenes, but this feature was left out for some reason. The Glock 17 can be used in-game by switching and swapping the M1911 pistol's model/texture with that of the Glock's.
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In GTA 1 and GTA London, the Pistol closely resembles the AMT Automag II by the [[HUD]] image, although the GTA 1 Icon resembles the Soviet Tokarev TT-33. In GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas, the pistol is based on the Colt M1911A1, sunce it's design is identical to the M1911A1 pistol however throughout time fans have discussed on whether it's actually a Browning Hi-Power and not an M1911A1, since the in the game the pistol is refenced as a 9mm handgun just like the Browning Hi-Power and the browning Hi-Power's design is based on the one of the M1911A1 and since the graphics and textures at the time weren't very detailed some hink that the pistol in the game is a Browning Hi-Power. However, if one manages to get a hold of the 3D model of the firearm and examines it closely with both a picture of a M1911A1 and the picture of a Browning Hi-Power next to it, it's very clear that's it's design is the one of a M1911A1 even though the gun fires 9mm bullets like a Browning Hi-Power, this is just probably a mistake on the behalf of Rockstar. In the introduction cutscene of San Andreas, where all three members of [[C.R.A.S.H.]] arrest [[Carl Johnson]], [[Jimmy Hernandez]] and [[Eddie Pulaski]] are holding Glock 17 Pistols, instead of the normal Hi-power Pistols like the ones in gameplay. Given the fact that the in-game Pistol's magazine capacity (17 rounds) is incorrect for a Browning Hi-Power but correct for a Glock 17, it may be that the developers originally intended the player to use the model seen in the cutscenes, but this feature was left out for some reason. The Glock 17 can be used in-game by switching and swapping the M1911A1 pistol's model/texture with that of the Glock's.
   
In GTA Liberty City Stories, the Pistol resembles the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glock_17 Glock 17], being one of the most accurately depicted Pistols in a GTA game. In GTA Vice City Stories, the Pistol resembles a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beretta_92 Beretta 92]. In reality, the Beretta can carry only 15 rounds in the magazine and one in the chamber, making it impossible to carry 17 bullets as shown in game, since the magazine size is normal.
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In GTA Liberty City Stories, the Pistol resembles the [[wp:Glock 17|Glock 17]], being one of the most accurately depicted Pistols in a 3D-era GTA game. In GTA Vice City Stories, the Pistol is based on a [[wp:Beretta M9|Beretta M9]], the military version of the Beretta 92. The reason for this is likely to do with the fact that the M9 is the standard issue sidearm for the US military, and the game starts off with the protagonist [[Victor Vance]] serving in the army. However, the game is set in 1984'';'' the M9 replaced the Colt M1911 as the standard US army sidearm in 1985. Also, the magazine capacity of 17 rounds is slightly larger than the Beretta's 15.
   
 
In [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], the Pistol is an incorrectly modeled Glock 17. "22" is inscribed on the slide, albeit inaccurately. It is unknown what version of the Glock Rockstar intended for this Pistol, as the in-game model has the exterior of a Glock 22, but has the caliber, magazine capacity and traits of a Glock 17. The sights on the model are also incorrect; the gun's front sight is a duplicate of the twin-post rear sight.
 
In [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], the Pistol is an incorrectly modeled Glock 17. "22" is inscribed on the slide, albeit inaccurately. It is unknown what version of the Glock Rockstar intended for this Pistol, as the in-game model has the exterior of a Glock 22, but has the caliber, magazine capacity and traits of a Glock 17. The sights on the model are also incorrect; the gun's front sight is a duplicate of the twin-post rear sight.
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In [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]], the Pistol's HUD icon and artwork including the weapon suggests that it is designed as a Browning Hi-Power Practical.
 
In [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]], the Pistol's HUD icon and artwork including the weapon suggests that it is designed as a Browning Hi-Power Practical.
   
In [[Grand Theft Auto V]], the pistol resembles a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taurus_PT92 Taurus PT92] (which is based on the Beretta 92 seen in Vice City Stories). Said weapon's slide seems to be modified to resemble a Colt M1911 in some aspects.
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In [[Grand Theft Auto V]], the pistol resembles a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taurus_PT92 Taurus PT92AF] (which is based on the Beretta 92 seen in Vice City Stories). Said weapon's slide seems to be modified to resemble a Colt M1911 in some aspects.
   
 
===Performance===
 
===Performance===
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From ''Grand Theft Auto III'' onwards, the 9mm Pistol is given generally poor stopping power, average accuracy, and a fairly short range. In [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]] the weapon is significantly more effective than it's previous iterations, having higher range, damage, and accuracy. Coupled with a one shot headshot capability, it is much more effective as a weapon.
 
From ''Grand Theft Auto III'' onwards, the 9mm Pistol is given generally poor stopping power, average accuracy, and a fairly short range. In [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]] the weapon is significantly more effective than it's previous iterations, having higher range, damage, and accuracy. Coupled with a one shot headshot capability, it is much more effective as a weapon.
   
In Grand Theft Auto IV  the Pistol performs well. Unlike previous GTA games, in which the Pistol is soon usurped by other weapons, the Pistol in GTA IV can be used effectively throughout the entire game. By using cover strategically, being patient, and making your shots count, it is possible to complete most missions in GTA IV and its episodes with just a Pistol. It can be fired from cars, and its availability, ammo capacity, and higher fire rate make it more desirable for drive-bys and chases than the [http://gta.wikia.com/Combat_Pistol Combat Pistol]. However, submachine guns are always a better option than pistols if available, mainly because of their fully automatic capability, fire rate, and in some cases, higher damage.
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In Grand Theft Auto IV  the Pistol performs well. Unlike previous GTA games, in which the Pistol is soon usurped by other weapons, the Pistol in GTA IV can be used effectively throughout the entire game. By using cover strategically, being patient, and making your shots count, it is possible to complete most missions in GTA IV and its episodes with just a Pistol. It can be fired from cars, and its availability, ammo capacity, and higher fire rate make it more desirable for drive-bys and chases than the [[Combat Pistol]]. However, submachine guns are always a better option than pistols if available, mainly because of their fully automatic capability, fire rate, and in some cases, higher damage.
   
In Grand Theft Auto V, the Pistol performs similarly to the one in GTA IV, but the power, range, and low recoil of the weapon make it significantly more useful despite the pistol hold five less bullets per magazine. This time it comes with a magazine carrying 12 bullets, though it can be upgraded to 16 bullets with the "Extended Clip". As an addition, the rate of fire can be increased by repeatedly tapping the fire button instead of holding it down. Other attachments include a Suppressor, which lowers damage and range but allows for more quiet kills, and a Ffashlight, which can be turned on/off.
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In Grand Theft Auto V, the Pistol performs similarly to the one in GTA IV, but the power, range, and low recoil of the weapon make it significantly more useful despite the pistol hold five less bullets per magazine. This time it comes with a magazine carrying 12 bullets, though it can be upgraded to 16 bullets with the "Extended Clip". As an addition, the rate of fire can be increased by repeatedly tapping the fire button instead of holding it down. Other attachments include a [[Suppressor]], which lowers damage and range but allows for more quiet kills, and a flashlight, which can be turned on/off.
   
===Availibility===
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===Availability===
 
This Pistol can be purchased at every gun store across Liberty City/ Vice City/ San Andreas. As well as being found in the various locations listed below, all Police Officers carry this Pistol as their standard service weapon and therefore the player can easily gain control of one if they haven't yet unlocked any gun stores or are in need of more ammunition. 
 
This Pistol can be purchased at every gun store across Liberty City/ Vice City/ San Andreas. As well as being found in the various locations listed below, all Police Officers carry this Pistol as their standard service weapon and therefore the player can easily gain control of one if they haven't yet unlocked any gun stores or are in need of more ammunition. 
   
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*Flashlight (provides light when aiming) - $472
 
*Flashlight (provides light when aiming) - $472
 
*Suppressor (silences but slightly reduces damage and range) - $1822
 
*Suppressor (silences but slightly reduces damage and range) - $1822
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====Capacity====
 
====Capacity====
 
*Default clip (12 rounds) - Equipped by default
 
*Default clip (12 rounds) - Equipped by default
 
*Rounds (24 rounds) - $19
 
*Rounds (24 rounds) - $19
 
*Extended clip (16 rounds) - $387
 
*Extended clip (16 rounds) - $387
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====Colors====
 
====Colors====
 
*Black (default) - Equipped by default
 
*Black (default) - Equipped by default
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===In-game model===
 
===In-game model===
 
<gallery width="auto" perrow="3" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="180">
 
<gallery width="auto" perrow="3" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="180">
Image:Pistol-GTA3.png|The Pistol in most of the games in the [[3D Universe]]
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Image:Pistol-GTA3.png|The Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto III]], [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]].
Image:Glock-GTASA.png|The Glock that is used in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]' cutscenes.
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Image:colt 1911.png|Cut weapon from GTA Vice City. Found only in PS2 game files under coltsil.dff/txd
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Image:Glock-GTASA.png|The Glock that is used in GTA San Andreas' cutscenes.
 
Image:Pistol-GTALCS.png|The Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]].
 
Image:Pistol-GTALCS.png|The Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]].
 
Image:Pistol-GTAVCS.png|The Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]].
 
Image:Pistol-GTAVCS.png|The Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]].
 
Image:Pistol-GTA4.png|The Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]].
 
Image:Pistol-GTA4.png|The Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]].
Pistol-GTAV.png|The Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
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Image:Pistol-GTAV.png|The Pistol in [[Grand Theft Auto V]].
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Image:Large pistol on display crop.png|The large pistol on display at [[Ammu-Nation]] in [[GTA V]].
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
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<gallery width="auto" perrow="3" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="120">
 
<gallery width="auto" perrow="3" style="font-size:95%; padding:0;" widths="120">
 
Pistol-GTA1-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto 1.
 
Pistol-GTA1-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto 1.
Pistol-GTAL-icon.png|GTA London 1969 and London 1961.
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Pistol-GTAL-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 and London 1961.
 
Pistol-GTA2-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto 2.
 
Pistol-GTA2-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto 2.
 
Pistol-GTA3-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto III.
 
Pistol-GTA3-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto III.
Colt45-GTAVC-icon.png|GTA Vice City.
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Colt45-GTAVC-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
Pistol-GTASA-icon.gif|GTA San Andreas.
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Pistol-GTASA-icon.gif|Grand Theft Auto San Andreas.
Pistol-GTAA-icon.png|GTA Advance.
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Pistol-GTAA-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto Advance.
Pistol-GTALCS-icon.png|GTA Liberty City Stories.
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Pistol-GTALCS-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.
Pistol-GTAVCS-icon.png|GTA Vice City Stories.
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Pistol-GTAVCS-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.
 
Pistol-GTA4-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto IV.
 
Pistol-GTA4-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto IV.
Pistol-GTACW-icon.png|GTA Chinatown Wars.
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Pistol-GTACW-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.
Pistol-GTAV-HUDtrailer.jpg|Grand Theft Auto V.
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Pistol-GTAV-HUD.png|Grand Theft Auto V.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
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; GTA III
 
*[[Red Light District]], [[Portland Island]] - Available to buy from [[Ammu-Nation]] for [[Money|$]]250 after completion of [[Pump-Action Pimp]] ($4,000).
 
*[[Red Light District]], [[Portland Island]] - Available to buy from [[Ammu-Nation]] for [[Money|$]]250 after completion of [[Pump-Action Pimp]] ($4,000).
 
*[[Callahan Point]], Portland Island - On the north ledge of the large building next to and south of the [[Callahan Bridge]].
 
*[[Callahan Point]], Portland Island - On the north ledge of the large building next to and south of the [[Callahan Bridge]].
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*Behind the safehouse in [[Trenton]] near the staircase.
 
*Behind the safehouse in [[Trenton]] near the staircase.
 
*Used by the [[Liberty City Police Department (3D Universe)|LCPD]], [[SWAT]], [[FBI]] and the [[Military]]. (they will drop it once they are killed)
 
*Used by the [[Liberty City Police Department (3D Universe)|LCPD]], [[SWAT]], [[FBI]] and the [[Military]]. (they will drop it once they are killed)
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*Used by the [[Liberty City Triads (3D Universe)|Triads]], [[Leone crime family|Leone Family]], [[Yakuza]], [[Yardie]]s and [[Southside Hoods]].
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*Used by [[Diablos]] when they can't reach you.
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*Used by [[Colombian Cartel]]s before [[The Exchange]].
   
 
;GTA Vice City
 
;GTA Vice City
*[[Vice Point]] - On the first floor of the main building under construction at [[Chunder Wheel|Fairground Point]] (in [[Avery Construction Site|Avery's Building]]).
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*[[Vice Point]] - On the first floor of the main building under construction at [[Washington Beach Fairground|Fairground Point]] (in [[Avery Construction Site|Avery's Building]]).
 
*[[North Point Mall]] - Available to buy from [[Ammu-Nation]] from start of game ($100).
 
*[[North Point Mall]] - Available to buy from [[Ammu-Nation]] from start of game ($100).
 
*[[Ocean Beach]] - On the patio between Pier 1 and Pier 2 for the parking garage at The Piers.
 
*[[Ocean Beach]] - On the patio between Pier 1 and Pier 2 for the parking garage at The Piers.
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*[[Santa Maria Beach]], Los Santos - Beside a lifeguard post.
 
*[[Santa Maria Beach]], Los Santos - Beside a lifeguard post.
 
*[[Pershing Square]], Los Santos - Inside the [[Los Santos Police Headquarters]].
 
*[[Pershing Square]], Los Santos - Inside the [[Los Santos Police Headquarters]].
*[[Dillimore]], [[Red County]] - Inside the police station.
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*[[Dillimore]], [[Red County]] - Inside the [[Dillimore Police Station|police station]].
*[[Garcia]], [[San Fierro]] - Near the southern end of a big block with lots of thin paths through it.
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*[[Garcia]], [[San Fierro (3D Universe)|San Fierro]] - Near the southern end of a big block with lots of thin paths through it.
*[[Tierra Robada]], [[Las Venturas]] - Under stone support beam for the railroad track.
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*[[Tierra Robada]], [[Las Venturas (3D Universe)|Las Venturas]] - Under stone support beam for the railroad track.
*[[Roca Escalante]], Las Venturas - Inside the police station, where some [[body armor]], a [[shotgun]] and a [[nightstick]] also spawn. The [[Carl Johnson|player]] incurs an instant [[Wanted Level in GTA III Era|2 star wanted level]] after picking up this pistol.
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*[[Roca Escalante]], Las Venturas - Inside the [[Las Venturas Police Headquarters|police station]], where some [[body armor]], a [[shotgun]] and a [[nightstick]] also spawn. The [[Carl Johnson|player]] incurs an instant [[Wanted Level in 3D Universe|2 star wanted level]] after picking up this pistol.
 
*[[Willowfield]], Los Santos - In [[Emmet]]'s after the mission "[[Nines and AKs]]".
 
*[[Willowfield]], Los Santos - In [[Emmet]]'s after the mission "[[Nines and AKs]]".
*[[Flint Range]], [[Flint County]] - Found inside Helena's barn in her farm as a reward for dating her.
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*[[Flint Range]], [[Flint County]] - Found inside [[Helena Wankstein's Farm|Helena's barn]] in her farm as a reward for dating her.
 
*Available to buy from [[Ammu-Nation]] after completion of "[[Doberman]]" ($200).
 
*Available to buy from [[Ammu-Nation]] after completion of "[[Doberman]]" ($200).
*Receivable from most of the gangsters in the [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]], [[Los Santos Vagos (3D Universe)|Vagos]], [[Grove Street Families]] and other gangs, some [[prostitutes]], [[Crack Dealers|drug dealers]], most [[Street Criminals|street criminals]] and some pedestrians.
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*Receivable from most of the gangsters in the [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]], [[Los Santos Vagos (3D Universe)|Vagos]], [[Grove Street Families]] and other gangs, some [[prostitutes]], [[Crack Dealers|drug dealers]], most [[Street Criminals|street criminals]] and some [[pedestrians]].
 
*Receivable from all cops and even, but rarely, from soldiers depending on your wanted level.
 
*Receivable from all cops and even, but rarely, from soldiers depending on your wanted level.
   
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*[[Saint Mark's]], [[Portland Island|Portland]] - Available at the [[Portland Island Safehouse (GTA LCS)|safehouse]] upon collecting 10 hidden packages.
 
*[[Saint Mark's]], [[Portland Island|Portland]] - Available at the [[Portland Island Safehouse (GTA LCS)|safehouse]] upon collecting 10 hidden packages.
 
*[[Red Light District]], Portland - Available to buy from the Ammu-Nation after the mission [[Snuff]] ($240).
 
*[[Red Light District]], Portland - Available to buy from the Ammu-Nation after the mission [[Snuff]] ($240).
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*Used by the Leones, Colombian Cartel, Triads, [[Sindacco crime family|Sindacco]]s, Yardies [[Forelli Crime Family|Forelli]]s, Southside Hoods, Yakuza and LCPD.
   
 
;GTA Vice City Stories
 
;GTA Vice City Stories
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;GTA IV
 
;GTA IV
The Pistol can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $600, and each additional magazine is $35. It can also be purchased from Little Jacob for $420, with each additional magazine costing $25.
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The Pistol can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $600, and each additional magazine is $35. It can also be purchased from [[Little Jacob]] for $420, with each additional magazine costing $25.
   
 
'''[[Broker]]'''
 
'''[[Broker]]'''
*[[Firefly Island]] - Can be found to the right of the Go-Kart wall mural to the right of Wappinger Ave.
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*[[Firefly Island]] - Can be found to the right of the Go-Kart wall mural to the right of [[Wappinger Avenue]].
 
*[[Hove Beach]] - Can be found atop the [[Perestroika]] club, on a walkway on the roof.
 
*[[Hove Beach]] - Can be found atop the [[Perestroika]] club, on a walkway on the roof.
*[[Rotterdam Hill]] - Can be found across the street from [[Michelle (IV)|Michelle's]] house in a gated lot, behind some dumpsters.
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*[[Rotterdam Hill]] - Can be found across the [[Mohawk Avenue|street]] from [[Michelle (IV)|Michelle's]] [[Mowhawk Ave. Apartment Complex|house]] in a gated lot, behind some dumpsters.
*[[East Hook]] - Can be found on the first-floor ledge of a cylindrical silo-type structure off Mohanet Ave. The player can easily reach it with a tall vehicle like a [[Cavalcade]] or an [[Ambulance]].
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*[[East Hook]] - Can be found on the first-floor ledge of a cylindrical silo-type structure off [[Mohanet Avenue]]. The player can easily reach it with a tall vehicle like a [[Cavalcade]] or an [[Ambulance]].
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'''[[Dukes]]'''
 
'''[[Dukes]]'''
*[[Willis]] - Can be found behind and to the left of the parking lot off Freetown Ave. This parking lot is also located to the left of the small parking space where you obtain [[Stevie]]'s [[Comet]] during the mission [[No. 1]].
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*[[Willis]] - Can be found behind and to the left of the parking lot off [[Freetown Avenue]]. This parking lot is also located to the left of the small parking space where you obtain [[Stevie]]'s [[Comet]] during the mission [[No. 1]].
'''[[Liberty City in GTA IV|Liberty City]]'''
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'''[[Liberty City (HD Universe)|Liberty City]]'''
 
*[[Broker Bridge]] - Can be found midway across the bridge, on the pedestrian walkway.
 
*[[Broker Bridge]] - Can be found midway across the bridge, on the pedestrian walkway.
*[[Liberty City in GTA IV|Liberty]] - Can be found on a giant rock in the West River just east of [[Westdyke]], [[Alderney]]. You can see the rock from the [[Hickey Bridge]] as well.
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*[[Liberty City (HD Universe)|Liberty City]] - Can be found on a giant rock in the [[West River]] just east of [[Westdyke]], [[Alderney]]. You can see the rock from the [[Hickey Bridge]] as well.
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'''[[Bohan]]'''
 
'''[[Bohan]]'''
*[[Northern Gardens]] - Can be found in the women's bathroom of the Triangle Club. Note: this pistol should be attempted only as a last resort, because once picked up the player will receive a one star [[Wanted Level in GTA IV|wanted level]] and the patrons and guards will begin shooting at the player.
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*[[Northern Gardens]] - Can be found in the changing room of the [[Triangle Club]]. Note: this pistol should be attempted only as a last resort, because once picked up the player will receive a one star [[Wanted Level in GTA IV|wanted level]] and the patrons and guards will begin shooting at the player.
 
*[[South Bohan]] - Can be found on the sixth floor of the apartment complex across the street from the [[South Bohan Safehouse]].
 
*[[South Bohan]] - Can be found on the sixth floor of the apartment complex across the street from the [[South Bohan Safehouse]].
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'''[[Algonquin]]'''
 
'''[[Algonquin]]'''
 
*[[Northwood]] - Can be found on the edge of the roof of a gutted-out warehouse off of Vespucci Circus.
 
*[[Northwood]] - Can be found on the edge of the roof of a gutted-out warehouse off of Vespucci Circus.
 
*[[Middle Park]] - Can be found on the island in the pond, next to a tree.
 
*[[Middle Park]] - Can be found on the island in the pond, next to a tree.
*[[The Meat Quarter]] - Can be found on the west side of the driving range of the Golden Pier Golf Club, next to a sand trap.
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*[[The Meat Quarter]] - Can be found on the west side of the driving range of the [[Golden Pier Swingers Golf Club|Golden Pier Golf Club]], next to a sand trap.
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'''[[Alderney]]'''
 
'''[[Alderney]]'''
*[[Westdyke]] - Can be found on the roof of the abandonded casino featured in the mission [[Out of Commission]].
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*[[Westdyke]] - Can be found on the roof of the [[Alderney Casino|abandoned casino]] featured in the mission [[Out of Commission]].
*[[Westdyke]] - Can be found on the roof of the garden shed at the very back of a mansion on Owl Creek Ave. The mansion is the same one where the [[Turismo]] is parked for [[Stevie's Car Thefts|Stevie's car thefts.]]
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*[[Westdyke]] - Can be found on the roof of the garden shed at the very back of a mansion on [[Owl Creek Avenue]]. The mansion is the same one where the [[Turismo]] is parked for [[Stevie's Car Thefts|Stevie's car thefts.]]
 
*[[Berchem]] - Can be found in the alley behind the [[TW@ Internet Café]], atop a small garage.
 
*[[Berchem]] - Can be found in the alley behind the [[TW@ Internet Café]], atop a small garage.
   
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*Can be purchased at all [[Ammu-Nation]], for $350
 
*Can be purchased at all [[Ammu-Nation]], for $350
 
*Can be looted from dead [[LSPD]] officers or [[Gruppe Sechs]] security.
 
*Can be looted from dead [[LSPD]] officers or [[Gruppe Sechs]] security.
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* Can be looted from dead [[Military|soldiers]].
 
*Can be looted from dead [[pedestrians]] particularly gang members and residents of [[Blaine County]]
 
*Can be looted from dead [[pedestrians]] particularly gang members and residents of [[Blaine County]]
 
*Can be looted from dead robbers.
 
*Can be looted from dead robbers.
*[[Joshua Road]], [[Harmony]]: Back porch of burned down house.
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*[[Joshua Road]], [[Harmony]]: Back porch of the burned down house.
 
*[[Paleto Forest]]: Next to roadside drain.
 
*[[Paleto Forest]]: Next to roadside drain.
*[[Richman Glen]]: Behind the gas station.
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*[[Richman Glen]]: Behind the [[Limited Service|gas station]].
*[[La Puerta]]: On wheel cover inside the junkyard bus.
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*[[La Puerta]]: On wheel cover inside the [[Rogers Salvage and Scrap|junkyard]] [[bus]].
 
*[[Pacific Bluffs]]: In open grave at [[Hill Valley Church]].
 
*[[Pacific Bluffs]]: In open grave at [[Hill Valley Church]].
*[[Rancho]]: Power station alleyway.
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*[[Rancho]]: [[Rancho Towers|Power station]] alleyway.
 
*[[Grand Senora Desert]]: Beside the [[Rebel Radio|radio station]] dumpster.
 
*[[Grand Senora Desert]]: Beside the [[Rebel Radio|radio station]] dumpster.
   
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*The Pistol from [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|GTA: CW]] has the same sound from the [http://maxpayne.wikia.com/wiki/9mm_pistol 9mm Pistol] in the first [http://maxpayne.wikia.com/wiki/Max_Payne_%28game%29 Max Payne], also published by Rockstar.
 
*The Pistol from [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|GTA: CW]] has the same sound from the [http://maxpayne.wikia.com/wiki/9mm_pistol 9mm Pistol] in the first [http://maxpayne.wikia.com/wiki/Max_Payne_%28game%29 Max Payne], also published by Rockstar.
 
*In [[GTA San Andreas]], once the player achieves the Hitman level [[Statistics|weapon skill]], they receive a set of dual Pistols which share the same ammunition stock.
 
*In [[GTA San Andreas]], once the player achieves the Hitman level [[Statistics|weapon skill]], they receive a set of dual Pistols which share the same ammunition stock.
*In the GTA III era, police officers are the only characters who hold Pistols with two hands instead of a single hand.
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*In the GTA III era, police officers are usually the only characters who hold Pistols with two hands instead of a single hand.
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**In GTA San Andreas, the guards of the [[The Four Dragons]] and [[Caligula's]] casinos hold them with two hands as well.
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**Some gang members in [[GTA Vice City Stories]] also hold them with two hands.
 
*If CJ recruits unarmed GSF members in San Andreas, they will always automatically receive a Pistol.
 
*If CJ recruits unarmed GSF members in San Andreas, they will always automatically receive a Pistol.
 
*Unlike [[Franklin Clinton|Franklin]], [[Michael De Santa|Michael]] and [[Trevor Philips|Trevor]] already have the Pistol in both of their inventories when unlocking them both as playable characters. Franklin himself doesn't acquire one until [[Repossession|his second mission]]. 
 
*Unlike [[Franklin Clinton|Franklin]], [[Michael De Santa|Michael]] and [[Trevor Philips|Trevor]] already have the Pistol in both of their inventories when unlocking them both as playable characters. Franklin himself doesn't acquire one until [[Repossession|his second mission]]. 
*In the GTA V mission [[Complications]], Michael refers to the gun as a 9mm, while Ammu-Nation advertises it as a .45 caliber. This inconsistency must be a developer oversight; however, the real-life Taurus PT92 is in fact a 9mm handgun. It could also mean it's chambered in both 9mm and .45 caliber.
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*In the GTA V mission [[Complications]], Michael refers to the gun as a 9mm, while Ammu-Nation advertises it as a .45 caliber. This inconsistency must be a developer oversight; however, the real-life Taurus PT92 is in fact a 9mm handgun. It could also mean that it's depicted in-game as being chambered in both 9mm and .45 caliber.
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*The PT92 (model for the Pistol in GTA V) appears in [http://maxpayne.wikia.com/wiki_Max_Payne_3 Max Payne 3], another Rockstar game.
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[[File:Glock-17.jpg|thumb|Various artworks featuring the Glock]]
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*In GTA Online, if you have an unmodified pistol or use extended mag only, you can do a special suicide animation: The character puts the gun to their head and pulls the trigger. The bullet coming from the gun can actually hurt and kill other players.
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*The files in most of the 3D Universe GTA Games name the pistol as a "Colt 45".
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*It is believed that the Glock is going to return to [[Grand Theft Auto V]] via an upcoming update, or will be added in the next-gen versions, since a lot of artworks feature the weapon.
   
 
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==See also==
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WEAPON
Pistol
Pistol-GTAV

Pistol in GTA V.

Appearance(s): All Games
Weapon type: Handgun
Damage: Low
Weight: Light
Ammunition capacity: 1 round (GTA 1 & GTA 2)
12 rounds (GTA III)
12 rounds (16 w/ Extended Clip) (GTA V)
17 rounds (most other games)
Available from: Ammu-Nation (GTA III, GTA VC, GTA SA, GTA LCS, GTA VCS, GTA CW, GTA V, Online)
Underground Gun Shops (GTA IV, TLAD, TBoGT)
Emmet's (GTA SA)
Terry Thorpe (TLAD)
Armando Torres (TBoGT)
Unlocked After: Pump Action Pimp (GTA III)
Back Alley Brawl (GTA VC)
Nines And AKs (GTA SA)
Snuff (GTA LCS)
Soldier (GTA VCS)
Jamaican Heat (GTA IV)
Clean and Serene (TLAD)
I Luv LC (TBoGT)
Repossession (GTA V)
Rank 1 (Online)
"Standard handgun. A .45 caliber combat pistol with a magazine capacity of 12 rounds that can be extended to 16."
―GTA V description on Rockstar Games Social Club.

The Pistol is a weapon present in all Grand Theft Auto games, being the most basic firearm in the series.

Description Edit

The Pistol is mainly used at the start of the game as the first weapon the player obtains, or later when the player has run out of ammunition for other firearms. It is a reliable backup weapon, but not one that should be used as a primary, as it is outclassed by many other weapons in damage, fire rate, and overall effectiveness.

Design Edit

The pistol frequently varies in design throughout the series, taking the form of many popular handguns.

In GTA 1 and GTA London, the Pistol closely resembles the AMT Automag II by the HUD image, although the GTA 1 Icon resembles the Soviet Tokarev TT-33. In GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas, the pistol is based on the Colt M1911A1, sunce it's design is identical to the M1911A1 pistol however throughout time fans have discussed on whether it's actually a Browning Hi-Power and not an M1911A1, since the in the game the pistol is refenced as a 9mm handgun just like the Browning Hi-Power and the browning Hi-Power's design is based on the one of the M1911A1 and since the graphics and textures at the time weren't very detailed some hink that the pistol in the game is a Browning Hi-Power. However, if one manages to get a hold of the 3D model of the firearm and examines it closely with both a picture of a M1911A1 and the picture of a Browning Hi-Power next to it, it's very clear that's it's design is the one of a M1911A1 even though the gun fires 9mm bullets like a Browning Hi-Power, this is just probably a mistake on the behalf of Rockstar. In the introduction cutscene of San Andreas, where all three members of C.R.A.S.H. arrest Carl Johnson, Jimmy Hernandez and Eddie Pulaski are holding Glock 17 Pistols, instead of the normal Hi-power Pistols like the ones in gameplay. Given the fact that the in-game Pistol's magazine capacity (17 rounds) is incorrect for a Browning Hi-Power but correct for a Glock 17, it may be that the developers originally intended the player to use the model seen in the cutscenes, but this feature was left out for some reason. The Glock 17 can be used in-game by switching and swapping the M1911A1 pistol's model/texture with that of the Glock's.

In GTA Liberty City Stories, the Pistol resembles the Glock 17, being one of the most accurately depicted Pistols in a 3D-era GTA game. In GTA Vice City Stories, the Pistol is based on a Beretta M9, the military version of the Beretta 92. The reason for this is likely to do with the fact that the M9 is the standard issue sidearm for the US military, and the game starts off with the protagonist Victor Vance serving in the army. However, the game is set in 1984; the M9 replaced the Colt M1911 as the standard US army sidearm in 1985. Also, the magazine capacity of 17 rounds is slightly larger than the Beretta's 15.

In Grand Theft Auto IV, the Pistol is an incorrectly modeled Glock 17. "22" is inscribed on the slide, albeit inaccurately. It is unknown what version of the Glock Rockstar intended for this Pistol, as the in-game model has the exterior of a Glock 22, but has the caliber, magazine capacity and traits of a Glock 17. The sights on the model are also incorrect; the gun's front sight is a duplicate of the twin-post rear sight.

In Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, the Pistol's HUD icon and artwork including the weapon suggests that it is designed as a Browning Hi-Power Practical.

In Grand Theft Auto V, the pistol resembles a Taurus PT92AF (which is based on the Beretta 92 seen in Vice City Stories). Said weapon's slide seems to be modified to resemble a Colt M1911 in some aspects.

PerformanceEdit

In its original form in Grand Theft Auto and Grand Theft Auto 2, the pistol is one of the least effective firearms, firing only one bullet every second or so, at a rate slower than a machine gun.

From Grand Theft Auto III onwards, the 9mm Pistol is given generally poor stopping power, average accuracy, and a fairly short range. In GTA San Andreas the weapon is significantly more effective than it's previous iterations, having higher range, damage, and accuracy. Coupled with a one shot headshot capability, it is much more effective as a weapon.

In Grand Theft Auto IV  the Pistol performs well. Unlike previous GTA games, in which the Pistol is soon usurped by other weapons, the Pistol in GTA IV can be used effectively throughout the entire game. By using cover strategically, being patient, and making your shots count, it is possible to complete most missions in GTA IV and its episodes with just a Pistol. It can be fired from cars, and its availability, ammo capacity, and higher fire rate make it more desirable for drive-bys and chases than the Combat Pistol. However, submachine guns are always a better option than pistols if available, mainly because of their fully automatic capability, fire rate, and in some cases, higher damage.

In Grand Theft Auto V, the Pistol performs similarly to the one in GTA IV, but the power, range, and low recoil of the weapon make it significantly more useful despite the pistol hold five less bullets per magazine. This time it comes with a magazine carrying 12 bullets, though it can be upgraded to 16 bullets with the "Extended Clip". As an addition, the rate of fire can be increased by repeatedly tapping the fire button instead of holding it down. Other attachments include a Suppressor, which lowers damage and range but allows for more quiet kills, and a flashlight, which can be turned on/off.

AvailabilityEdit

This Pistol can be purchased at every gun store across Liberty City/ Vice City/ San Andreas. As well as being found in the various locations listed below, all Police Officers carry this Pistol as their standard service weapon and therefore the player can easily gain control of one if they haven't yet unlocked any gun stores or are in need of more ammunition. 

Customization (GTA V)Edit

AttachmentsEdit

  • Flashlight (provides light when aiming) - $472
  • Suppressor (silences but slightly reduces damage and range) - $1822

CapacityEdit

  • Default clip (12 rounds) - Equipped by default
  • Rounds (24 rounds) - $19
  • Extended clip (16 rounds) - $387

ColorsEdit

  • Black (default) - Equipped by default
  • Army Tint (Desert sand) - $100
  • LSPD Tint (Metallic Blue) - $600

GalleryEdit

In-game modelEdit

HUD iconsEdit

LocationsEdit

GTA III
GTA Vice City
Pistol-LocationsMap-GTASA

Pistol's locations map

GTA San Andreas
GTA Advance
  • Can be bought from Ammu-Nation for $250.
  • Near every hideout after collected 10 hidden packages.
GTA Liberty City Stories
GTA Vice City Stories
GTA IV

The Pistol can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $600, and each additional magazine is $35. It can also be purchased from Little Jacob for $420, with each additional magazine costing $25.

Broker

Dukes

  • Willis - Can be found behind and to the left of the parking lot off Freetown Avenue. This parking lot is also located to the left of the small parking space where you obtain Stevie's Comet during the mission No. 1.

Liberty City

Bohan

  • Northern Gardens - Can be found in the changing room of the Triangle Club. Note: this pistol should be attempted only as a last resort, because once picked up the player will receive a one star wanted level and the patrons and guards will begin shooting at the player.
  • South Bohan - Can be found on the sixth floor of the apartment complex across the street from the South Bohan Safehouse.

Algonquin

  • Northwood - Can be found on the edge of the roof of a gutted-out warehouse off of Vespucci Circus.
  • Middle Park - Can be found on the island in the pond, next to a tree.
  • The Meat Quarter - Can be found on the west side of the driving range of the Golden Pier Golf Club, next to a sand trap.

Alderney

GTA Chinatown Wars
GTA V

TriviaEdit

  • The Pistol and Rocket Launcher are the only GTA weapons to appear in every GTA game to date.
  • The Pistol from GTA: CW has the same sound from the 9mm Pistol in the first Max Payne, also published by Rockstar.
  • In GTA San Andreas, once the player achieves the Hitman level weapon skill, they receive a set of dual Pistols which share the same ammunition stock.
  • In the GTA III era, police officers are usually the only characters who hold Pistols with two hands instead of a single hand.
  • If CJ recruits unarmed GSF members in San Andreas, they will always automatically receive a Pistol.
  • Unlike Franklin, Michael and Trevor already have the Pistol in both of their inventories when unlocking them both as playable characters. Franklin himself doesn't acquire one until his second mission
  • In the GTA V mission Complications, Michael refers to the gun as a 9mm, while Ammu-Nation advertises it as a .45 caliber. This inconsistency must be a developer oversight; however, the real-life Taurus PT92 is in fact a 9mm handgun. It could also mean that it's depicted in-game as being chambered in both 9mm and .45 caliber.
  • The PT92 (model for the Pistol in GTA V) appears in Max Payne 3, another Rockstar game.
Glock-17

Various artworks featuring the Glock

  • In GTA Online, if you have an unmodified pistol or use extended mag only, you can do a special suicide animation: The character puts the gun to their head and pulls the trigger. The bullet coming from the gun can actually hurt and kill other players.
  • The files in most of the 3D Universe GTA Games name the pistol as a "Colt 45".
  • It is believed that the Glock is going to return to Grand Theft Auto V via an upcoming update, or will be added in the next-gen versions, since a lot of artworks feature the weapon.

See alsoEdit

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