FANDOM


BF1 Check green
OverviewHeroesBF1BFV

The P08 Pistol is a weapon featured in Battlefield 1 for all kits.

SingleplayerEdit

The P08 Pistol is used by an Ottoman soldier in a cutscene in the War Story "Nothing is Written," but is otherwise unusable to the player. The P08 Artillerie variant is used by Imperial German Army and Ottoman Empire tankers, and also by Austro-Hungarian officers.

MultiplayerEdit

Three variants of the P08 are featured in Battlefield 1, one exclusive to Tankers and Pilots: Standard, Red Baron's and Artillerie.

P08 PistolEdit

"Adopted in 1908, the P08 was accurate and durable and the most widespread German sidearm during the Great War"

— In-Game Description


This item has a Codex entry: P08 Pistol


The P08 pistol is the default variant of the weapon.

Of the commonly available handguns, it offers average performance, matched by the C93 in many details. Though it fires slower and with a somewhat lower velocity than the C93, it inflicts slightly more damage at all ranges.

The Red Baron's P08 is an exclusive weapon variant available for owners of the Red Baron Pack. It has slightly better damage drop-off than the Standard P08 Pistol but has less control than its regular counterpart.[1]

GalleryEdit

Weapon SkinsEdit


P08 ArtillerieEdit

This item has a Codex entry: Lange Pistole 08
"This version of the P08 Pistol is a compact weapon for vehicle operators featuring a drum magazine. A popular weapon with pilots and stormtroopers during the war."

— In-game description


The P08 Artillerie is a carbine variant of the P08 and is exclusive to the Tanker and Pilot kits.

Compared to the standard P08, it has a larger magazine, slightly better recoil and aimed accuracy, but worse hipfire accuracy and reload times.

Its magazine is thus far the largest of the Tanker/Pilot weapons, but carries no other advantages, being fair in most areas.

A P08 with Artillerie magazine and extended barrel but not the carbine foreend can be seen in some key art of Battlefield 1.

GalleryEdit


ReferencesEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.