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Basic Information
Type Semi-Automatic Pistol
Place of Origin Servoth
Service History
In Service 1887-1959
Used by Servoth
Wars Unknown
Production History
Designer Hermann Lischer
Designed 1883-1885
Manufacturer 7 Companies, Inc.
Number Built numerous
Variants none
Weight 871 grams (1.92 lbs)
Length 222 mm (8.74")
Barrel Length 95–200 mm (3.74–7.87")
Cartridge 7.65x21mm Parabellum

9×19mm Parabellum

Action Toggle-locked,Short recoil
Rate of Fire Semi-automatic
Muzzle Velocity 350–400 m/s (1148–1312 f/s; 9 mm, 100 mm barrel)
Effective Range 50 m (9 mm, 100 mm barrel; short barrel)
Feed System 8-round detachable box magazine, 32-round detachable drum
The Lischer-85 or Parabellum-M1 was a semi-automatic pistol designed by Hermann Lischer in 1885, and in use of the Servothian Federal Army from 1887 to 1959. The Lischer-85 was an evolution of the the Lischer-80, Hermann's earlier model, and much more bulky model of the same gun; which had a violent recoil and almost vertical grip, the '80 model was also highly expensive compared to the newer '85 model.

The '85 model is prized for its sleek design and accuracy, for which Servothian officers find useful both as a show peice and to shoot down incoming enemies or fleeing comrades.