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For a range of pistols and other single-hand weapons in general, see Handguns.

Standard handgun. A .45 caliber combat pistol with a magazine capacity of 12 rounds that can be extended to 16.
Grand Theft Auto V description on Ammu-Nation and Social Club.

The Pistol is a weapon that appears in all Grand Theft Auto games, being the most basic firearm in the series. It is manufactured by Hawk & Little in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online.

Description[]

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[]

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

2D Universe[]

In Grand Theft Auto, the Pistol in the HUD image resembles the Soviet Tokarev TT-33, but the in-game sprite (before picking up the weapon) shows a revolver instead, possibly a Colt.

In Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 and Grand Theft Auto: London 1961, the Pistol closely resembles the AMT AutoMag II by the HUD icon.

In Grand Theft Auto 2, due to the game's futuristic setting, the Pistol assumes a generic design with a small barrel, though the model bears some resemblance to the Calico M950.

3D Universe[]

In Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the pistol is modeled after a Colt M1911A1. It is stated to be a 9mm handgun, despite the real weapon usually firing .45 ACP rounds (although some 9mm variants exist).

In various cutscenes throughout the storyline of GTA San Andreas, the Glock 17 pistol is used instead of the normal M1911. The cutscenes are the following: The Introduction short film, In the Beginning, Ryder, The Green Sabre (ending cutscene), First Base, Mike Toreno (second cutscene), Home Coming, and End of the Line (ending cutscene). Given the fact that the in-game Pistol's magazine capacity (17 rounds) is incorrect for an M1911 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. Note that the M1911 is still used in the cutscenes of the missions Outrider and High Noon.

In Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, the Pistol is a Glock 17, being one of the most accurately depicted pistols in the GTA series. However, during the cutscene of Crazy '69', Ray Machowski carries a silver M1911A1 instead.

In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, the Pistol is modeled after a Beretta 92F, a modification of the original Beretta 92. It could be intended to be the nearly identical military version, the Beretta M9, likely to do with the fact that the M9 was 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 92F was produced during this year, but the M9 was introduced in 1985, replacing the Colt M1911 as the standard US army sidearm. Also, the magazine capacity of 17 rounds is slightly larger than the Beretta's 15 (there are 17-round magazines for the real Beretta, but they were not in existence in 1984). In the cutscenes of the missions Nice Package, The Mugshot Longshot, Burning Bridges, and Last Stand (ending cutscene), a silver Beretta is used instead of the grey one seen during normal gameplay.

Grand Theft Auto IV[]

In Grand Theft Auto IV, the Pistol is an incorrectly textured Glock 17. "22" is inscribed on the slide, but there is no locking block pin behind the takedown lever, indicating that it is in fact a Glock 17, not a 22. The in-game 9mm caliber and magazine capacity are also those of a Glock 17. The sights on the model are incorrect; the gun's front sight is a duplicate of the twin-post rear sight.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

Standard lackely side arm. Its 17 bullet clip doesn't have much stopping power, but it will get the job done.
— Description in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.

In Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, artworks that include the pistol show that it bears some resemblance to the Smith & Wesson 622.

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]

That's a nine millimeter semi-automatic pushed against your skull.

In Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, the Pistol is modeled after a Taurus PT92AF (which is based on the Beretta 92 seen in Vice City Stories). It has a 12-round magazine which would make the magazine closer to that of a PT92C's; 10, 15 and 17-round magazines are standard on the PT92AF. Said weapon's slide seems to be modified to resemble a Colt M1911 in some aspects. In the enhanced version, it appears to have a brown grip instead of black.

Performance[]

2D Universe[]

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.

3D Universe[]

In Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, the pistol generally has poor stopping power, average accuracy, and a fairly short range. In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, the weapon is slightly more effective than its previous iterations, having better accuracy, and in San Andreas, capable of one-headshot kill, making it a reliable backup weapon.

In GTA San Andreas, depending on the weapon skill, some of the weapon's attributes change:

  • At 'Poor' (default) weapon skill, the Pistol has similar stats to other renditions, with average accuracy and range, but slower fire rate.
  • After reaching the 'Gangster' weapon skill with the Pistol, the weapon slightly improves in accuracy and range (both lock-on and weapon), as well as fire rate.
  • After reaching the 'Hitman' weapon skill, Carl Johnson will dual-wield them, making them even more effective. Lock-on range also improves slightly, and matches with the overall range.

3D Universe Overview[]


Weapon Statistics - 3D Universe
Damage Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft)
Ammo Specifications/
Capacity
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed
Weapon.dat
25 250 (GTA Vice City)
GTA III, Vice City, Liberty City Stories & Vice City Stories:

30 / 98.4

San Andreas:

'Poor' skill:
25 / 82 (Lock-on)
30 / 98.4 (Weapon)
'Gangster' skill:
30 / 98.4 (Lock-on)
35 / 114.8 (Weapon)
'Hitman' skill:
35 / 114.8 (Lock-on & Weapon)

17
34 (GTA San Andreas, Hitman weapon skill)
N/A 450
Observed
N/A
GTA III, Vice City, Liberty City Stories & Vice City Stories:

260 RPM

San Andreas:

'Poor' skill:
165 (standing)
185 (crouched)
'Gangster' skill:
200
'Hitman' skill:
300 (standing)
330 (crouched)

Cannot be determined 12-round standard magazine (GTA III)

17-round standard magazine (GTA Vice City - GTA Vice City Stories)

Upper slider 0.45 seconds

Grand Theft Auto IV[]

In Grand Theft Auto IV, the Pistol performs even better. Unlike in previous 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 the 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.

GTA IV Overview[]


Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto IV
Damage
(per shot)
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft)
Ammo Specifications/
Capacity
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
WeaponInfo.xml
25
75
333 45 / 147.6 (Lock-on)

50 / 164 (Weapon)

17 N/A 2000
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Observed
1-2/8 180 RPM

130 RPM [?]
170 RPM [?]
150-300 RPM [?]

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

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]

In Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online, 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 holds 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.

In other words, the Pistol can be an excellent all-around weapon for earlier stages of the game, although its efficiency might be lower compared to an Assault Rifle or Carbine Rifle.

During the mission Complications, when Michael confronts Franklin, he states it is a 9mm weapon. However, the descriptions at Ammu-Nation and on the Social Club website claim it is a .45 caliber weapon.

GTA V and Online Overview[]


Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online
Damage
(per shot) [?]
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft) [?]
Ammo Specifications/
Capacity
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
Weapons.meta
13 (20.8)

19.5
26
52

0.37 (162 RPM)
0.25 (240 RPM)
55 / 180.4 (Lock-on)

120 / 393.7 (Weapon)

12 N/A N/A
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A N/A N/A 12-round standard magazine (Ammu-Nation description) N/A N/A
Observed
N/A 162 RPM

140-150 RPM [?]
240 RPM [?]

55 / 180.4 (Lock-on)

120 / 393.7 (Weapon)

12-round standard magazine
16-round standard magazine (Extended clip)
Upper slider N/A
Rockstar Games Social Club [?]
Pistol-GTAV-RSCStats
Damage
26%

26%

Fire Rate/Speed
40%

40%

Accuracy
40%

40%

Range
25%

25%

Clip Size
10%

10%

Customizations[]

Grand Theft Auto V and Online[]

Rounds & magazine GTA V GTA Online (Unlock) Image
Rounds (24) $19 $57 (Rank 1)
Default clip (12 rounds) Default Default
Pistol-GTAV-MagDefault
Extended clip (16 rounds) $387 $9,175 (Rank 3)
Pistol-GTAV-MagExtended
Attachments
Flashlight (provides ilumination when aiming) $472 $1,675 (Rank 4)
Flashlight-GTAV-Variant1
Suppressor (silences but slightly reduces damage and range) $1,822 $12,050 (Rank 5)
Suppressor-GTAV-Variant1
Special
Yusuf Amir Luxury Finish $46,500 $46,500
Tints
Black Default Default
Army $100 $5,000 (Kill 100 players)*
Green (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $200F $5,250 (Kill 200 players)*
Orange (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $400F $5,500 (Kill 400 players)*
LSPD $600 $5,750 (Kill 600 players)*
Pink (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $800F $7,500 (Rank 50)
Gold (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $1,000F $10,000 (Rank 75)
Platinum (Collector's and Enhanced Edition) $1,500F $12,500 (Rank 100)
F Free for players that have the Special/Collector's edition of the game.
* These Tints can also be unlocked by bringing the Pistol to any Weapon Workshop.

Image Gallery[]

In-game model[]

HUD icon[]

First Person View[]

Artwork[]

In-game aiming[]

Locations[]

The Pistol can be purchased at every gun store, as well as being found in various places 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 have not yet unlocked any gun stores or are in need of more ammunition. Street criminals or gang members will also use these and even shoot at the player if provoked.

Grand Theft Auto 2[]

Grand Theft Auto III[]

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City[]

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas[]

Pistol-LocationsMap-GTASA

Pistol's locations map

General

Los Santos

San Fierro

  • Garcia - Near the southern end of a big block with lots of thin paths through it.

Las Venturas

Flint County

Grand Theft Auto Advance[]

  • Can be bought from Ammu-Nation for $250.
  • Near every hideout after collected 10 hidden packages.

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories[]

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories[]

Grand Theft Auto IV[]

General

  • The Pistol can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $600, with each additional magazine costing $35.
  • It can also be purchased from Little Jacob (GTA IV), Terry Thorpe (TLAD) or Armando Torres (TBOGT) for $420, with each additional magazine costing $25.
  • Automatically given in the mission Jamaican Heat after Niko meets Little Jacob.
    • It can also be given in the mission Street Sweeper if no ammos are available when triggering the mission.
  • Used by most LCPD/ASP officers and rarely used by NOOSE/FIB agents when disarmed.

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 Stevie's Comet is found 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

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

  • It can be purchased from the Ammu-Nation.net for $200 (or $100 with the discount acquired), after the mission Pimp His Ride.
  • Instantly obtained in the mission Under the Gun.
  • Found in various red dumpsters throughout Liberty City.

Grand Theft Auto V[]

Gta5.weapon

Weapon pickups map including the Pistol junkyard location in Grand Theft Auto V.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

Trivia[]

3D Universe[]

  • In the 3D Universe, with the exception of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the sound effect for the pistol is also used for the Colt Commando and the Assault Rifle in Max Payne and Max Payne 2, respectively, albeit higher in pitch.
  • In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, if a law enforcement officer (be it VCPD, Vice Squad, SWAT, FBI or Military) is wasted then revived by a paramedic, they will automatically equip a pistol if the player climbs on the top of a vehicle while having a wanted level.
  • In the 3D Universe games, with the exception of GTA III, police officers are usually the only characters who hold Pistols with two hands instead of a single hand.
    • In GTA San Andreas, the guards of the Four Dragons and Caligula's casinos hold them with two hands as well.
    • Some gang members in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories also hold them with two hands.
    • In GTA San Andreas, anyone who shoots while crouching will also hold the pistol with two hands, including the player.
    • However, the police officers in the Impound Garages will hold the pistol with a single hand.
    • The police officers in Grand Theft Auto III will hold the pistol with two hands when the player is busted.
  • In GTA San Andreas, NPCs using the pistol have a unique strafing animation while shooting. In addition, they hold a hand to block bullet casings when shooting.
  • If CJ recruits unarmed GSF members in GTA San Andreas, they will always automatically receive a Pistol.
  • In GTA San Andreas, some soldiers on a six-star wanted level other than the mission Robbing Uncle Sam can also wield this weapon instead of their usual Carbine Rifle which means they are less dangerous than soldiers that carry their exclusive weapon.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]

Grand Theft Auto V[]

  • Unlike Franklin, Michael and Trevor already have the Pistol in both of their inventories when unlocking them both as playable characters. Franklin himself does not acquire one until his second mission.
  • In the 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. Moreover, in the enhanced version, the pistol has "9mm" printed on the slide, thus suggesting the Ammu-Nation ad is incorrect.
  • Various GTA V artworks feature Michael and Franklin holding a full-size Glock pistol. However, no Glock pistol appears in the game except in one case. All normal police officers will spawn with a model of a Glock pistol in their right holster, however, they are never used. When attacked, the normal Pistol will spawn in their hand and the Glock will still remain in the holster.
    • Glock-17

      Various artworks featuring the Glock

      Similarly, an artwork depicts Trevor Philips with a pistol appearing to be a M1911A1, similar to the GTA San Andreas model.
  • The Grand Theft Auto IV iteration of the Pistol makes several appearances on TV shows, carried by Merryweather Guards and in LSPD uniform holsters, and several promotional arts for the game, suggesting it was supposed to appear as a usable sidearm, but was ultimately scrapped along with the M1911 and M16-styled rifle.

Grand Theft Auto Online[]

  • If the player has a pistol without a silencer, the player 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.
    • This animation also applied to the Mark II variant after patch 1.41.

Oversights[]

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas[]

  • Sometimes when the player recruits a GSF member who is smoking weed and enters a car, that member may sometimes "shoot" weed when performing a Drive-By Shooting instead of using his Pistol. This can also happen randomly when a group of GSF members is chased by cops while driving in a car.

See Also[]

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[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto Advance
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SpecialCrates | Car Bomb | Detonator | Sniper Rifle
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto V
MeleeAntique Cavalry Dagger | Baseball Bat | Bottle | Crowbar | Fist | Golf Club | Hammer | Hatchet | Knife | Knuckle Dusters | Machete | Nightstick
HandgunsAP Pistol | Combat Pistol | Heavy Pistol | Marksman Pistol | Pistol | Pistol .50 | SNS Pistol | Stun Gun | Vintage Pistol
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Beta/UnknownAssault MG | Assault Sniper | Crossbow | Fire Axe | Fire Extinguisher | Harpoon Gun | Heavy Rifle | Laser | Laser Sight | Lasso | Lighter | Loudhailer | Programmable AR | Rubber Gun | Shovel | Tear Gas Launcher
ManufacturersCoil | Hawk & Little | Shrewsbury | Vom Feuer
Related PagesWeapon Wheel | Attachments | Ammu-Nation
DLC Content Weapons
Added as part of the following GTA Online content updates:
Lowriders | Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 | Ill-Gotten Gains Part 1 | Festive Surprise | The Last Team Standing Update | The Independence Day Special | The "I'm Not a Hipster" Update | The High Life Update | The Business Update | The Valentine's Day Massacre Special | Beach Bum Update
Other Weapons
Enhanced Version | Special/Collector's Edition and Pre-Order Bonus | Rockstar Games Social Club
[ ve ]Weapons in Grand Theft Auto Online
MeleeAntique Cavalry Dagger | Baseball Bat | Battle Axe | Bottle | Candy Cane | Crowbar | Fist | Flashlight | Golf Club | Hammer | Hatchet | Knife | Knuckle Dusters | Machete | Nightstick | Pipe Wrench | Pool Cue | Switchblade | Stone Hatchet
HandgunsAP Pistol | Ceramic Pistol | Combat Pistol | Double-Action Revolver | Flare Gun | Heavy Pistol | Heavy Revolver (Mk II) | Marksman Pistol | Navy Revolver | Pistol (Mk II) | Pistol .50 | Perico Pistol | SNS Pistol (Mk II) | Stun Gun | Up-n-Atomizer | Vintage Pistol | WM 29 Pistol
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Sniper RiflesHeavy Sniper (Mk II) | Marksman Rifle (Mk II) | Precision Rifle | Sniper Rifle
HeavyCompact Grenade Launcher (EMP | Snowball) | Firework Launcher | Grenade Launcher | Homing Launcher | Minigun | Railgun | RPG | Widowmaker
ThrownAcid Package | Flare | Grenade | Jerry Can (Hazardous | Fertilizer) | Molotov | Proximity Mines | Pipe Bomb | Snowballs | Sticky Bomb | Tear Gas (BZ)
SpecialCar Bomb | Fireworks | Hacking Device | Metal Detector | Orbital Cannon | Parachute
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Beta/UnknownAssault MG | Assault Sniper | Dippo | Fire Axe | Fire Extinguisher | Laser | Laser Sight | Lasso | Loudhailer | Programmable AR | Rubber Gun | Shovel | Tear Gas Launcher
ManufacturersCoil | Hawk & Little | Shrewsbury | Vom Feuer
Related PagesWeapon Wheel | Attachments | Ammu-Nation | Gun Van | Weapon Workshop | Weaponized Vehicles (Workshop)
DLC Content Weapons
Bottom Dollar Bounties | The Chop Shop | San Andreas Mercenaries | Los Santos Drug Wars | The Criminal Enterprises | The Contract | Los Santos Tuners | The Cayo Perico Heist | Los Santos Summer Special | The Diamond Casino Heist | The Diamond Casino & Resort | Arena War | After Hours | Southern San Andreas Super Sport Series | The Doomsday Heist | Smuggler's Run | Gunrunning | Cunning Stunts: Special Vehicle Circuit | Import/Export | Bikers | Cunning Stunts | Further Adventures in Finance and Felony | Lowriders: Custom Classics | Be My Valentine | January 2016 Update | Festive Surprise 2015 | Executives and Other Criminals | Halloween Surprise | Lowriders | Freemode Events Update | Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 | Ill-Gotten Gains Part 1 | Heists | Festive Surprise | The Last Team Standing Update | The San Andreas Flight School Update | The Independence Day Special | The "I'm Not a Hipster" Update | The High Life Update | The Business Update | The Valentine's Day Massacre Special | Holiday Gifts | Beach Bum Update

Other Weapons
Enhanced Version | Special/Collector's Edition and Pre-Order Bonus | Rockstar Games Social Club
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