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Unlocked at 1 (MP)
Magazine Size 15
Starting Ammunition 30 (MP)
Recoil Medium
Fire Mode Semi-automatic
Ammunition 9x19mm Parabellum
Used by Greater Korean Republic, Rebels (SP)

All teams (MP)

The M9 is a 9x19mm Parabellum pistol, manufactured by Beretta, featured in both Homefront and Homefront: The Revolution. The M9 is standard issue pistol for many branches for the United States Armed Forces



It is first used in Why We Fight, after being picked up by the player from the dead Korean in the bus. It is again used by the player in Freedom. It can be found laying around once or twice a level throughout the campaign.


It is the default pistol used by both the KPA and the USMC. The M9 is the only pistol available in multiplayer. It is approximately a 7-11 shot kill with every shot hitting a limb/chest.

The M9 is also the smallest weapon in Homefront. This makes the pistol the best weapon to melee enemies, due to the fact that it can melee enemies much faster in succession.

Homefront: The RevolutionEdit

The first weapon given to Ethan Brady upon joining Jack Parrish's Resistance cell, it takes up a permanent third slot in the player's loadout. Like with the other weapons featured in Revolution, the player can purchase upgrade kits for the M9, the two available being the Submachine gun and Pneumatic Pistol.


Homefront M9 Pistol Only 20-5

Homefront M9 Pistol Only 20-5


  • Oddly, the KPA also use it as their main sidearm in Homefront, though the KPA is normally, equipped with either the Baek Du San (a copy of the Czech CZ-75 pistol used by north Korea military) or the Daewoo K5 (standard issue handgun of the South Korean military).
  • It is the only pistol in the entire game.
  • The M9 was officially replaced by the XM17 Modular Handgun System, a version of the SIG-Sauer P320, as the standard sidearm of the U.S. military in January 2017.