|Pistol||FP-45 “Liberator”||Manufacturer||Guide Lamp|
|Cartridge||.45 ACP||Overall Length||5.56″|
|Action||Single Shot||Barrel Length||4″|
The United States of America entered WWII with a manufacturing capacity untouched by the wars raging in Europe and the Far East. Without saboteurs at their back or bombers overhead, US arms industry was able to spend valuable time and resources on alternative weapons of war. One of these projects ultimately ended the fight in the Pacific with two huge blasts, but a lesser-known operation attempted to undermine the Nazi’s with 1,000,000 armed civilians.