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The FEG 37m is a Hungarian pistol.
The FEG 37m, sometimes referred as the "Frommer FEG 37m" after its designer Rudolf Frommer, was the standard sidearm of the Hungarian army in World War 2 and is a slightly refined variant of the earlier FEG 29m. FEG stands for "Fémáru Fegyver- és Gépgyár", which was the name of the Budapest-based manufacturer of the weapon. Both designs were influenced by Browning-type automatic pistols like the Colt M1911 Automatic Pistol, showing a similar performance and reliability. Unique features of the 37m are the finger rest on the lower end of the grip and the grip safety at the rear face of the grip. Apart from the original 37m, which fires .380 ACP ammunition (9x17mm), FEG also produced a number of 37m for the German army, chambered for .32 ACP (7,65mm).
In Battlegroup42, the FEG 37m is the sidearm of the scout, assault, anti-tank, rifleman and machinegunner classes of the Hungarian forces.