The Berholla was a popular Imperial German Army Officer's sidearm during World War I. Over 45,000 Production Models were made between 1915 and 1918. A reliable handgun, they would continue into World War II, used by Railroad Police and Border Guards in both Germany and it's Allies. Weighing 23-onces (Light), and was 5.5-inches long. The Berholla used a ammunition clip which held (7) 7.65mm Rounds. The Maximum effective range was 275-yards.