Ringo: George, Get your blinkin’ teeth out of me arm, Can’t you wait for the dinner bell?

George: You must be daft, I’m nowhere near your arm

Ringo:*switched on flashlight* Well then who’s-YAAAAAH a tiger!

John: *pulls shotgun out of nowhere* Don’t panic Ringo!


Luger Parabellum RSD night pistol

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken AG c.~1942 - serial number 1110T.
7,65x21mm Parabellum tracer rounds, eight-round removable box magazine, toggle-lock short recoil semi-automatic, manual and grip safeties, anodized brass flashlight barrel sleeve with battery slot.

The user’s skin conductivity would bridge the gap between the two brass grip plates, and light up the flashlight attachment through a wire running from a slot on the right side of the frame to the batteries on the barrel sleeve.
These pistols were used by very few officers of the Reichssicherheitsdienst bodyguards during WW2.