The NecroMech Dossier Core Manual April 2018 - Page 125

Luger Model 1908 (P08) Eight-round, 9mm caliber, handgun issued throughout the German Army and now favored by the higher echelon within ODESSA. A unique variant includes a tactical light and battery mounted under the muzzle, with wires that go back to attach to a pair of brass plates in the grip; skin conductivity completes the circuit between the brass plates and illuminates the light. Remington Model 95 Type III (Model 4) Double Derringer Two-round, .41 caliber, “over & under” barrel design handgun with simple, single action mechanism and a spur trigger manufactured circa 1912-1935. Nickel plating and ivory grips make it a fashionable, yet deadly, concealed weapon for the well-dressed woman. Smith & Wesson Victory Model Six-round, .38 caliber, revolver supplied to more than half million British forces soldiers. Blued and polished steel finish with walnut grips and barrel lengths of 4”, 5”, and 6”. British covert operations utilize a snub-nose version. Page 125