The Beretta M1915 was a semi-automatic pistol designed in Italy by Tullio Marengoni, and accepted into service with the Italian Army in 1915. The pistol, which used the 9mm Glisenti round, was developed at the request of the military after problems concerning cartridge power and reliability were found with the first automatic handgun in Italian service - the Glisenti Model 1910. Due to the demand for weapons after Italy entered World War I in 1915, the Beretta pistol was manufactured in high numbers alongside the earlier Model 1910. The weapon received some improvements post-war in 1919 and 1923, with its numerous variants serving as the standard service pistol in the Italian Army between 1923 and 1945.
The Modello 1915 is a sidearm featured in Battlefield 1.
In multiplayer, the Modello 1915 fills the role of a low-damage, high rate-of-fire handgun for the Support kit. It is almost identical to the Frommer Stop, 1903 Hammerless and Taschenpistole M1914 in this regard. However, it has the worst reload time for bullets left, 1.5s compared to the 1.25s of the Frommer Stop and Taschenpistole M1914, and the 1.16s of the 1903 Hammerless.