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The Frommer Stop Auto is a semi-automatic pistol produced in 1912 by FÉG of Hungary. It was used throughout World War I and World War II by the Hungarian Armed Forces. Designer Rudolf Frommer adapted the design from another pistol that fired .32 ACP (7.65mm) from a seven-round detachable magazine.A carbine variant of the pistol lengthened the barrel to almost 10 inches, and extends the magazine to 15 rounds.
The Frommer Stop Auto in carbine form is featured in Battlefield 1 as a primary weapon for the Tanker and Pilot classes. It was first seen in the "Battlefield 1 Gameplay Series: Vehicles" video as a customization option.