About the Handgun:
Fashioned after the Walther PP, this pistol design incorporates improvements to the safety, hammer, firing pin and magazine.
About the Manufacturer:
Now known as FEGARMY, this Hungarian arms manufacturer dates back to circa 1900. Today it is still involved in the development and manufacture of handguns, submachine guns and hunting rifles. FEGARMY exports the majority of its weapons, which reach nearly every region in the world. The company's main customers come from the Unites States and Europe.
About the Cartridge:
Designed by John Browning and introduced by Fabrique Nationale of Belgium, this cartridge has achieved world-wide acceptance and has even been adopted as the standard pistol cartridge by several governments. One reason for the round's success is that it is the largest practical cartridge that can be easily adapted to small automatic pocket pistols. Ballistics fall far short of even the 9mm Luger, but still prove adequate for most self-defense situations. The round has established quite a niche position in this role, often being chosen over more traditional small calibers such as the .25 and .32 Autos.