The Beretta M9 is an Italian-designed handgun used in Medal of Honor (2010). In real life, it replaced the M1911 and became the pistol of choice of US army.

Campaign[edit | edit source]

The M9 in singleplayer has well-defined ironsights, a fifteen-round magazine, and a high firecap. It's damage is low, but its fire-rate and lack of recoil compensate for that disadvantage. In addition, it has infinite backup ammunition. It is the only pistol, out of the three available in campaign, to not have a silencer. It is Dante Adams' pistol of choice.

Multiplayer[edit | edit source]

The M9 is the sidearm for coalition forces in multiplayer. This weapon has well-defined iron sights, low recoil, high damage, and a very high firecap. It's magazine is fairly small, but its high damage can allow it to get four kills per magazine in close quarters. As a weapon of last resort, it is very effective.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The multiplayer model, firing sound, and animations are identical to that of the M9 of the game Battlefield: Bad Company 2. This is because DICE (the main developer of the Battlefield franchise) had also designed Medal of Honor's multiplayer.
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