LP-42 Flare Pistol

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The LP-42 Flare Gun, also known as Leuchtpistole 42, was a WW2-era German flare gun. Using a simplified design compared to the Leuchtpistole to save precious war materials and production effort, the LP-42 is made out of stamped galvanized steel rather than being fully machined. The LP-42 is capable of firing 27mm flares, smoke grenades, anti-personnel grenades, and anti-armor grenades.

Some LP-42s have rifled barrels, much like the Kampfpistole, but these examples are very rare.

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Specifications

Leuchtpistole 42 Flare Pistol - 26.65mm
  • Caliber: 26.65mm
  • Weight: 1.120 kg
  • Total length: 220 mm
  • Barrel length: 155 mm

The Leuchtpistole 42 flare pistol appears in the following movies, TV shows, and video games:

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
A Noisy Household (Bespokoynoe khozyaystvo) "Held" by a mannequin 1946
The Gendarme of St. Tropez Christian Marin Gendarme Albert Merlot 1964
The Trap, (Past) Miroslav Holub Dönnert 1951
The Bridge at Remagen German troops used to ignite fuse 1969
Cold Sweat Charles Bronson Joe Martin 1970
Stalingrad German troops 1993

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Velvet Assassin 2009
Call of Duty: WWII "Leuchtpistole LP 42" unusable; collectable memento 2017

Anime

Title Character Note Date
City Hunter 1987 - 1991





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