Commissioned in 1910 by the Arghaven "Royal Ministry of War & Arsenal Appropriations", the workshops of Fleischer & Sons were at work for days, producing a piece of hardware that could increase the punch of the already rather infamous and historically renown M1862 Pistole. Following the wide-spread acceptance of the various carbine models of the M1862 produced by F&S Ordinance Company to be amongst the more "Destructive" models of longarm available for big-game hunting. The M1910 Commission Rifle soon proved itself during the serf-insurrection of 1911, being used by marksmen serving in the Kingsguard; the M1910 C-SkSk soon found itself on the nightmarish frontlines of the Deep War, being one of the few weapons mass-issued at that point in history to still use black powder during a major conflict, and in this scenario, it's rather heavy foot-pounds of energy per shot fired was enough to prove itself invaluable during the siege of Buxton. Ultimately, the M1910 SkSk Commission Rifle isn't an elegant weapon, it's optic isn't designed for extreme-long-range engagements, it's meant for simply gaining an edge over your foes in regard to spotting and picking out targets, essentially acting like a "bump" in the right direction for an already exceedingly well trained marksman, plain and simple.
Name: F&S M1910 Skarpskitter Commission Rifle.
Magazine Capacity: One
Action: Double-Action / Rolling Block
Rate of Fire: FAO
Muzzle Velocity: 2,054 ft/s
Sights: F&S M1902 Lengi-Auga.