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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
 
A '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a short to medium range semi automatic side arm which can be found throughout the world in ''[[7 Days to Die]]''. It is a very common weapon and it is very easy to find one, it can also be crafted using the correct [[Gun Parts]]. This weapon requires the [[9mm Bullet]] and will hold 15 cartridges. It will reload automatically if the player is carrying the correct [[Ammunition]], or it can be done manually at any time using the reload key (default key R).
 
A '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a short to medium range semi automatic side arm which can be found throughout the world in ''[[7 Days to Die]]''. It is a very common weapon and it is very easy to find one, it can also be crafted using the correct [[Gun Parts]]. This weapon requires the [[9mm Bullet]] and will hold 15 cartridges. It will reload automatically if the player is carrying the correct [[Ammunition]], or it can be done manually at any time using the reload key (default key R).
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====Unlocking====
 
====Unlocking====
 
To be able to craft a {{PAGENAME}} the player must first unlock its crafting recipe by reading the following [[Recipe Book]].
 
To be able to craft a {{PAGENAME}} the player must first unlock its crafting recipe by reading the following [[Recipe Book]].
 
:[[File:PistolBook.png|75px|link=Recipe Book]] [[Pistol Book]]
 
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|[[File:PistolBook.png|75px|link=Recipe Book]]
 
|[[Pistol Book]]
 
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====Required Items====
 
====Required Items====
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==Dismantling==
 
A {{PAGENAME}} can be dismantled by placing it into the output slot of the crafting grid. This will break the weapon down into its component state, and display the parts in the main crafting grid. The player can then remove the parts and place them into their bag or tool belt.
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Players who have read the appropriate [[Recipe Book]] can also use this method to upgrade gun parts in the weapon to a higher [[Character_Level#Item_Quality|quality]]. To do so requires the player to remove the desired gun part from the crafting grid, and replace it with a similar gun part of higher quality. Note that this action must be done in a specific order.
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*The player must first drag the '''OLD''' gun part off of the crafting grid before replacing it with the '''NEW''' one.
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*The player cannot drag the '''NEW''' gun part onto the crafting grid and '''SWAP''' it with the '''OLD''' one.
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Any player can place the weapon in the output slot, observe the weapon's component gun parts, and remove it from the output slot again without dismantling it. This action will also automatically unload the bullets into their bag or tool belt.
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However, although any player can dismantle a weapon, only players who have read the appropriate [[Recipe Book]] can reassemble or upgrade it. Players without this knowledge should never remove any gun parts from the crafting grid, unless they intend to permanently dismantle the weapon.
   
 
==Repair==
 
==Repair==
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==Other Uses==
 
==Other Uses==
====Dismantling====
 
A {{PAGENAME}} can be dismantled by placing it into the output slot of the crafting grid. This will break the weapon down into its component state, and display the parts in the main crafting grid. The player can then remove the parts and place them into their bag or tool belt.
 
 
Players who have read the appropriate [[Recipe Book]] can also use this method to upgrade gun parts in the weapon to a higher [[Character_Level#Item_Quality|quality]]. To do so, remove the desired gun part from the crafting grid, and replace it with a similar gun part of higher quality. Note that this action must be done in a specific order. You cannot first drag the NEW gun part onto the crafting grid and "swap" it with the OLD one. You must first drag the OLD gun part off of the crafting grid and replace or swap it with the NEW one.
 
 
Any player can place the weapon in the output slot, observe the weapon's component gun parts, and remove it from the output slot again without dismantling it. This action will also automatically unload the bullets into their bag or tool belt.
 
 
However, although any player can dismantle a weapon, only players who have read the appropriate [[Recipe Book]] can reassemble or upgrade it. Players without this knowledge should never remove any gun parts from the crafting grid, unless they intend to permanently dismantle the weapon.
 
   
 
====Forging====
 
====Forging====

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Pistol
Pistol.png
Basic Information
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Group Ammo/Weapons
Category Sidearm
Type Semi-automatic
Loot Container
Gear Slot
Covering Attribute
Block Properties
Hit Points Variable according to quality
Storage Slots
Lockable
Horizontal Support
Mass
Light Opacity
Upgrades to
Breaks to
Weapon/Tool Properties
Entity Damage 20
Power Attack Entity Damage
Block Damage 1
Power Attack Block Damage
Range Short to Medium
Effective Range
Explosion Range Entities
Explosion Range Blocks
Attacks per Minute
Rounds per Minute
Reload Time
Ammo Type [[9mmBullet.png9mm Bullet]]
Magazine Size
Stamina Usage
Power Attack Stamina Usage
Damage Multiplier: Earth
Damage Multiplier: Metal
Damage Multiplier: Stone
Damage Multiplier: Wood
Butcher Tool
Butcher Damage Multiplier
Butcher Resource Multiplier
Disassemble Tool
Vehicle Properties
Vehicle Speed
Vehicle Sprint Speed
Seats
Protection Properties
Cold Resist
Heat Resist
Waterproof
Armor Rating
Elemental Protection
Effect Protection
Mobility Reduction
Stamina Regen Reduction
Noise Increase
Consumption Effects
Effect on Fullness
Effect on Hydration
Effect on max Stamina
Effect on Stamina regen
Effect on Health
Effect on Max Health
Cures
Buff
Buff Chance (%)
Buff Effect
Dysentery Chance (%)
Characteristic Properties
Durability (Min Quality)
Durability (Max Quality)
Degradation per Use
Mod Type
Compatible Mods
Repaired Using Weapon Repair Kit
Electrical Power Required
Unlocks
Base Price
Max Stack
Scrapping/Forging Properties
Scrappable
Scraps into
Meltable Yes
Material Iron
Combustible
Burn Time
Farming Properties
Crop produced
Seed used
Time to grow
Obtaining
Obtainable Through

Overview[edit | edit source]

A Pistol is a short to medium range semi automatic side arm which can be found throughout the world in 7 Days to Die. It is a very common weapon and it is very easy to find one, it can also be crafted using the correct Gun Parts. This weapon requires the 9mm Bullet and will hold 15 cartridges. It will reload automatically if the player is carrying the correct Ammunition, or it can be done manually at any time using the reload key (default key R).

Combat[edit | edit source]

During combat the Pistol is very effective if the player is accurate enough to hit zombies in the head. It takes one shot to the head to kill a normal Zombie and two shots to kill a bloated Zombie. It will take several shots to the body or limbs to kill a zombie so it is advised to avoid shooting at the body. A Pistol is most effective at short to mid range as it is easier to land a head shot up close.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Unlocking[edit | edit source]

To be able to craft a Pistol the player must first unlock its crafting recipe by reading the following Recipe Book.

PistolBook.png Pistol Book

Required Items[edit | edit source]

Before a player can craft a Pistol they will need to obtain the following Gun Parts:

Pistol barrel.png 1x Pistol Barrel
Pistol triggerHousing.png 1x Pistol Receiver
PistolParts.png 1x Pistol Parts
PistolGrip.png 1x Pistol Grip

Crafting Recipe[edit | edit source]

The required items are placed into the crafting grid in the positions as shown below.












pistol1


PistolParts1 PistolBarrel1
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PistolReceiver1 PistolGrip1







Dismantling[edit | edit source]

A Pistol can be dismantled by placing it into the output slot of the crafting grid. This will break the weapon down into its component state, and display the parts in the main crafting grid. The player can then remove the parts and place them into their bag or tool belt.

Players who have read the appropriate Recipe Book can also use this method to upgrade gun parts in the weapon to a higher quality. To do so requires the player to remove the desired gun part from the crafting grid, and replace it with a similar gun part of higher quality. Note that this action must be done in a specific order.

  • The player must first drag the OLD gun part off of the crafting grid before replacing it with the NEW one.
  • The player cannot drag the NEW gun part onto the crafting grid and SWAP it with the OLD one.

Any player can place the weapon in the output slot, observe the weapon's component gun parts, and remove it from the output slot again without dismantling it. This action will also automatically unload the bullets into their bag or tool belt.

However, although any player can dismantle a weapon, only players who have read the appropriate Recipe Book can reassemble or upgrade it. Players without this knowledge should never remove any gun parts from the crafting grid, unless they intend to permanently dismantle the weapon.

Repair[edit | edit source]

The condition of a Pistol deteriorates with each use until eventually it will stop working and will need to be repaired. This can be done using a Weapon Repair Kit.

The example shown below is merely to illustrate the items needed as currently they can be placed into the crafting grid in any position.











Pistol1


Pistol1 WeaponRepairKit5
Grid layout Arrow (small).png










Crafting time: 0:05


Other Uses[edit | edit source]

Forging[edit | edit source]

The player can place a Pistol into a Forge and it will be melted down into iron. Each Pistol will produce 2.1 lbs of iron.

Scrapping[edit | edit source]

A Pistol can be scrapped by placing it into the center of the crafting grid to craft Scrap Iron.











ScrapIron4


Pistol1

Grid layout Arrow (small).png










Scrapping time: 0:04


Video[edit | edit source]

Pistol In Action

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The Model used in the game closely resembles the Beretta M9.