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The FN FNP pistol is a series of semi-automatic pistols manufactured by FN Herstal USA, a division of Fabrique Nationale de Herstal. The FNP-9 (or P9) is a variation of FNP chambered for the 9x19mm Parabellum.

It is featured in several installments of the Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Franchise.

Siege[]

"9mm handgun favored by GIGN. Short to medium range. 16 round magazine."
— In-game description

The P9 is a handgun featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. It is available for use by the Defend Recruits, all GIGN Operators, and Ace.

Overview[]

The P9 is a versatile handgun featuring moderate damage, adequately high capacity, and minimal recoil. It has the same damage as the GSh-18. A suppressed P9 is on par in terms of damage with an unsuppressed RG15 at 38 damage per bullet. It is notable for its splendid iron sights, which make the P9 easy to get on target.

Learning Area[]

In the High Value Target Situation, the player plays as a GIGN Recruit equipped with an F2 and a P9 as a sidearm. The P9 is equipped with a Muzzle Brake.

Weapon Attachments[]

Barrel
Under Barrel

Recruit has access to these pre-set attachments: Muzzle Brake


Gallery[]

Patch Changes[]



Extraction[]

"9mm handgun favored by GIGN. Short to medium range. 16 round magazine."
— In-game description

The P9 is a handgun featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction. It is available as the default sidearm for Doc and is unlocked for Lion and Rook at Operator level 3.

Overview[]

The P9 performs in a similar manner as its counterpart in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. It features a moderate damage output with a relatively high magazine capacity and minimal recoil. Its iron sights remain notable, making the P9 easy to get on target.

Weapon Attachments[]

Barrel
Under Barrel


Gallery[]


Mobile[]

This section is currently under construction. It may contain little or inaccurate information.

The P9 is a handgun featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Mobile. It is available for use by the Defending Recruit, Jäger, and Twitch.

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