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|All information listed assumes Standard FMJ (Reg/SP/FMJ)|
|Cost per round||2.00|
|Weight per round (units)||0.02|
|Quantity (retail box/bulk can)||50 / 500|
|Primer type||Large pistol|
|Powder type||Pistol powder|
|Projectile type||.452, 230 grain|
|Cost per case||0.417|
|Standard load (SP)||125 pwdr|
|Cold load (-P)||113 pwdr|
|Hot load (+P)||138 pwdr|
|Super load (+P+)||150 pwdr|
|Real world information|
|Ref. barrel length (inches)||5 (Colt M1911A1)|
|Muzzle velocity||251 m/s (823 ft/s)|
|Muzzle energy||469 Joule (346 ft-lbf)|
|Country of origin||United States|
.45 ACP is pronounced forty-five A-C-P. ACP stands for Automatic Colt Pistol, a designation that is used by a number of pistol calibers designed in real life by John Moses Browning. Three such calibers (.32 ACP, .380 ACP and .45 ACP) are featured in the game.
This caliber may also be known as .45 Auto (for Automatic), 11.43x23mm, or simply .45, though this last designation is not recommended, as there are many other chamberings that can be described as .45 caliber. It should also not be confused with .45 Colt.
There are 28 base weapons chambered in this caliber.
- Beretta 8045 Cougar
- Colt M1911A1
- Colt M1917
- FN Herstal FNX-45
- Glock 21
- Glock 30
- Heckler & Koch HK45
- Heckler & Koch Mark 23
- Heckler & Koch P7M7
- Heckler & Koch USP45
- Hi-Point JHP
- Mauser M2
- Para Ordnance P-14.45
- Semmerling LM4
- SIG Sauer P220
- SIG Sauer P227
- Smith & Wesson CS45
- Smith & Wesson Model 625-2
- Star Megastar 45
- Taiyuan Arsenal Shanxi Type 17
- Taurus Tracker M455
- Webley & Scott Mark VI
.45 ACP can be seen as a shorter version of .460 Rowland; both cartridges have the exact same dimensions other than case length. In turn, this allows certain .460 Rowland firearms to be loaded with .45 ACP, increasing the versatility of these firearms.
There are no base .460 Rowland firearms than can also accept .45 ACP (because there are no .460 Rowland base firearms to begin with, with one special exception listed below). However, it is possible to create such firearms through Maze Customs. Therefore, these general rules apply:
- Any .460 Rowland revolver using moonclips (Redhawk, Minor conversions, wherever applicable) can also fire .45 ACP.
- The Taurus Raging Judge Magnum M513 may act as a .460 Rowland revolver, when loaded with a .460 Rowland/.45 ACP 5-round moon clip. See the weapon's page for more details.
Barrel length groups
The reference barrel length belongs to the group listed in italics.
|Group name||Barrel length range||Damage multiplier|
|Handgun||Up to 6"||1.0x|
|Long barrel||6.1" and up||1.1x|
The following brands and projectile types are available in retail:
|Brand name||Composition||Available projectile types|
|Standard||Reg/SP|| FMJ (1.0x)|
|Reduced Velocity||Reg/-P|| FMJ (0.9x)|
|Personal Defense||Reg/+P|| FMJ (1.1x)|
|Super||Reg/+P+|| FMJ (1.2x)|
|Milsurp||Surp/SP|| FMJ (0.25x)|
The multipliers listed correspond to the value multipliers to cost of ammunition provided by powder type, pressure level, and projectile type. They are included on this table as a convenience, in order to tell at a glance the cost of a given brand and projectile combination.
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