The Beretta M9, designated M9 by the U.S. Military, and also known as the M9 in-game, is a semi-automatic Pistol in that uses the 9mm Ammo.


The M9 is one of the weakest weapons in the game, sporting only 12 damage and a magazine size of 15. It is only viable early game and is still only slightly more effective when dual wielded.




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  • The M9 is only useful at gaining a slight advantage in the early stages of the game.
  • Unless very experienced, players should not stick to this gun all game.
  • Since the dual Pistols update, the dual M9 can do slightly more damage if fired quickly. It is still recommended to drop them for essentially any other gun most of the time.
  • Using the M9 effectively depends on the user being able to click very quickly. Even then, a single M9 has just 100 DPS and has poor accuracy.


  • Since the M9 is one of the weakest weapon in the game, it is easy to counter them. Any gun can counter it, so don't be afraid to get into fights with an M9.
  • When coming up against a dual M9 you should be a bit more wary. Because of the low accuracy, mid range is good enough if you're worried about getting killed.
  • The most dangerous players with the M9 are the mobile players. They have automatic power on semi-auto guns, meaning that the M9 can be lethal early game when there is little Armour. Because of the high fire rate, they will run out of magazine quickly, so stay behind cover since if they will try to flush you out, they will run out of magazine first.

Pros and cons


  • High fire rate
  • Can be Dual wielded since it's a Pistol
  • Fast reload time


  • Low damage
  • Low DPS
  • Low magazine


The M9 the most common Weapon in the game, It spawns almost anywhere and sometimes even in rare Crates such as the Hatchet Case.


Mobile players can fire semi auto guns as fast as they can possibly shoot. Two M9s have a DPS of 200, which is higher than that of the M249. This has caused much controversy because PC players are getting beaten by mobile dual M9s because of the maxed mobile firerate.

Damage for Armors

Body Shots

12 No Helmet Level 1 Helmet Level 2 Helmet Level 3 Helmet Leader Helmet
No Vest 12 11.1 10.56 10.02 9.48
Level 1 Vest 9 8.325 7.92 7.515 7.11
Level 2 Vest 7.44 6.882 6.5472 6.2124 5.8776
Level 3 Vest 6.6 6.105 5.808 5.511 5.214


24 No Helmet Level 1 Helmet Level 2 Helmet Level 3 Helmet Leader Helmet
No Vest 24 18 14.4 10.8 7.2
Level 1 Vest 24 18 14.4 10.8 7.2
Level 2 Vest 24 18 14.4 10.8 7.2
Level 3 Vest 24 18 14.4 10.8 7.2


  • The M9 is so underpowered and weak that it is often joked about and occasionally used as a means of handicapping a player in order to create a more challenging experience.
  • The M9 is the most common gun you can find.
  • The icon for the M9 does not have an ejection port on its visible side. It could be a left-handed model if any exist, but this is debunked by the fact that the icon for dual M9s do not have any ejection ports. Unless, of course, the player is using right handed and left handed models, both with the ejection ports on the non-visible sides.
  • The updated version of the M9 includes a more detailed hammer, the floor plate of the magazine, and iron sights, whereas the original sprite did not include any of the listed parts.
  • The M9 pistol (in real life) is the current standard-issue sidearm in the U.S. Army, although it is slowly being replaced by other handguns.
  • M9 is the designation by the U.S Army of the Beretta 92.
  • The M9 Can be found in Airdrops and the Eye Bunker