When the need for a compact automatic sidearm became more prevalent during the siege of Paris, a completed, yet neglected model of Machinenpistolen was brought out of the reserve ordinance storage facilities and revamped, given modern components and utilitarian grip functionality. Albeit two years out of date when the MP36-L was yanked out of storage, it's subsequent modification, updating and re-tooling has turned it into a truly savage machine pistol, bearing not just a horrifyingly lethal cartridge, a highly useful "click-out" folding forward grip was installed just in front of the barrel, with the grip itself being weighted, it allowed for highly controlled fully automatic fire, either via single handed use or from two-handed aiming via the foregrip. In general, the MP36-L has found immense popularity amongst the Khormacht's Sturmtruppen brigades, being used as a fallback weapon should their carbines and shotguns prove ineffective. It's pre-set "use" was a sidearm hasn't stopped it from being used in the "Gesegnet" (blessed) Brigades of the "Rote Bestellen"(Red Order), in other words, those bearing Khornate mutations of immense strength and bloodlust tend to utilize the MP36-L right alongside a trench axe or heibschwert due to it's ability to sweep trenches and urban areas clean of life should the axe or blade not get the job done.
Name: Schmeisser - Modell 1936 "Lascerator" Machinenpistolen
Cartridge: 7.68x30mm Mauser
Ammunition Capacity: 10 rnd box mag /30 rnd box mag/ 65 round drum
Action: Open bolt blowback
Rate of Fire: 410 - 505 rounds/min
Muzzle Velocity: 2,350 f/s
Sights: Schmeisser - Modell 35