The end-result of one of the first instances of cooperative engineering between the U.H.Q.G. of the Ulfran Mikill-Jarlhold and the A.R.A. of the Kingdom of Arghaven during 1910, following the pre-written specifications of the Arghaven Royal Ministry of Technological Development to a "T". As-such, the absurdly stringent, if not clockwork precision utilized in the manufacture of what cna honestly be called an "Arctic Weather Friendly Toggle-Locking Sidearm" as-per the operations manual included with each holster/pistol/magazine/cleaning-kit package. Essentially, taking the toggle-locking mechanism inherent with the Borchardt & Luger designs, just further-refining it, tightening the tolerances even more and "Containing" 88% of the mechanism, further cutting down on the exposed mechanism. Ultimately, many an Arghavener infantryman could "Thank their lucky stars" because of the sheer biomatter-splattering potential offered by the .48-65 cartridge; boasting a whopping sixty-five grains of propellant (smokeless, highly-compressed). Kicking like a gods-damned monster in the hands of a normal man, but it got the job done when it was needed most. In fact, the Nautilus-M1910 was so incredibly popular amongst infantry and naval personnel, it still sees continued use in some form or another.
Name: A.R.A. - M1910 Nautilus
Magazine Capacity: ten-round "staggered" magazine
Rate of Fire: FAO
Muzzle Velocity: 1,840 ft/s
Sights: A.R.A - Model 1910 "Snap-Fire"