Mauser Fingerpistole

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Fingerpistole
Fingerpistole
Fingerpistole 1919
Type of Weapon
Semi-Automatic Pistol
Service Use
Germany (1916-1946)
Production
Mauser
The Kaiser
Those Nazi People

The Mauser Fingerpistole commonly known as the Fingerpistole was a recoil-operated semi-automatic pistol which was manufactured by the German arms-manufacturer Mauser from 1916 to 1946. It was invented Kaiser Wilhelm II and was seen as an example of the greatness of the German People. This gun is attributed to be the weapon that inspired Adolf Hitler's ideas of Lebensraum. An estimated 15.6 Billion Fingerpistoles are currently in use- which is enough for two per person! The Fingerpistole is well known as a weapon in World War I, World War II, The John F. Kennedy assassination, and was allegedly used by the Hijackers on 9-11.

Design[edit]

At the time of it's creation the gun was especially popular for it's pointer finger which were allegedly used for 'fingering' women. Angela Merkel reviewed her experience an 8/10 saying: "it was a pleasurable experience." The finger design has also been used for other noble tasks such as nose picking, accusing people of crimes, and prostate exams. The gun is still used as a common replacement for the dildo in many countries.

Use in World Wars[edit]

In both World War I and World War II it was the gun with the highest K:D ratio at 4:1 and it's weapon skins at CS:GO lotto sold at upwards of $100. It was mass produced during war time and the excess fingerpistoles were used to replace orphans hands after the war. Also during the wartime the three-fingered part was used by soldiers to commit unspeakable warcrimes.