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"This pistol requires only one pull of the trigger to empty the magazine and is very accurate. This is a great weapon for drive-bys and close combat with its high rate of fire."
―Official Website.

The Automatic 9mm is the first automatic pistol in the Grand Theft Auto series, featured in The Lost and Damned.

Design

The Lost and Damned

The Automatic 9mm is modeled after the full-auto variant of the CZ 75. The weapon features wooden details on the trigger grip, as well as etchings on the sides that read "RM 750".

Performance

The Lost and Damned

The Automatic 9mm is fully-automatic, and has nearly the same rate of fire as both submachine guns of the game, along with a 17-round magazine. The automatic 9mm is just as powerful as the regular Pistol, although since it fires in full-auto, it is far less accurate due to heavy recoil, but makes up for it with its rate of fire making it a well rounded weapon and extremely useful for Drive-bys at close-medium ranges. It is also capable of being used for Executions.

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Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto IV
Damage
(per shot)
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft)
Ammo Specifications/
Capacity
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
WeaponInfo.xml
20
60
333 65 / 213 17 N/A 2000
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Observed
1-2/8 600 RPM

450 RPM [?]
170 RPM [?]
250 RPM [?]

Cannot be determined 17-round standard magazine Upper slider 2 seconds

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Locations

The Lost and Damned

  • The weapon is given to the player in the mission Bad Cop Drop. After that, it can be requested from Jim.
  • Can be purchased from Terry's gun van for $500, plus $15 for each magazine.
  • It is the starting weapon for players when the weapons are set to all, weaker, or to biker weapons on multiplayer.

Trivia

The Lost and Damned

  • Interestingly, Niko Bellic can be heard shooting the Automatic Pistol during the bugged Infernus calls after Knowing Me, Knowing You, despite the weapon was not featured in GTA IV.
  • If Johnny is inside a taxi and tries to drive-by with the Automatic 9mm in his left hand, at some angles he will incorrectly hold it upside down. He will hold it correctly at all angles with his right hand (if he is a passenger).

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