The Kommandant Korp, bridging the gap between military police, political and warrant officers all under one office. These stupidly potent sidearms are issued as a symbol of status, acting as both a seal of office and a badge. These men are famous for bringing an iron hand and enforcing justice in an infantry regiment, hammering in the motto engraved into the upper receiver in what many have called one of the more complex and guttural languages, "Khörsprecht", the spoken tongue of Khörnatus Sapiens, the second "dominant species" in the Reich. The engraving reads like so: "Krâujâ voi-spartische, teiseine pod-shet pokkrûsarr!" or as it translates to "Blood is strength, honor is obedience.". This motto is viewed as doctrine for the Kommandants in the field, almost as a creed, since these monsters of men are trained from the ground-up to function as both living examples of bravery and prowess to inspire infantry to great heights and earth shaking achievements.
Regardless of the men using it, the K-Pistole 49' is probably one of the harder-hitting self loading sidearms in the field today, often viewed as a "Lethal Antique" by many, though never found outside of the Reich unless given as a token of honour (usually within the Reichsverband) or military respect.
Name: DiG - Modell 1949 Kommandantpistole
Cartridge: 8.93R Kommandantpatronen
Ammunition Capacity: 10 round magazines, 25 round drums.
Action: Toggle-locking / semi-automatic
Rate of Fire: FAO
Muzzle Velocity: 2,088 f/s
Sights: DiG Modell 48'