One of the most mysterious and unique weapons of World War One, pioneered by the engineers of Austria-Hungary. Chambered in 9x23mm Steyr, the Hellriegel represented a mix of design features. It used pistol ammunition loaded in either a drum magazine or standard stick magazine, featured a rifle stock and trigger (similar to the Bergmann MP-18), with a large water-cooled barrel for good measure. Scarce information suggests that the weapon was envisioned not as an individual soldier's firearm, but a mobile machine gun, with a secondary ammunition carrier following the gunner as they made their way through the no man's land.
|Image||Name||Damage||Accuracy||Hip Fire||Control||Rate of Fire||Ammunition|
|Hellriegel 1915 Factory||23||26||40||38||650||60/120|